Hector Rodriguez and Donnell Burnhill are accused of selling undercover officers marijuana, crack cocaine and Ecstasy pills from Burke-Arthur Day Care Center.
The take down of an identity theft and counterfeit credit card ring based in South Ozone Park is described as the largest of its kind in the nation, with 110 defendants under arrest after a two-year probe.
Two brothers from Long Island had just paid for one crime when, only hous later, they were charged with another.
Trying to make a buck off your car insurance by faking a crash could now cost you.
Saturday morning, 100 members of London’s Metropolitan Police Department, in full uniform, will hit Central Park for a special half-marathon.
The Mets’ longtime clubhouse manager amassed a secret hoard of baseballs, hats, bats and uniforms, including an autographed 1986 World Series warm-up jersey, that he intended to use to fund his retirement, prosecutors said Wednesday in announcing his arrest on stolen property and fraud charges.
Prosecutors said Anthony Parra, 21, attempted to give the baby her bottle, but put her in a hot shower for about 20 minutes when she refused.
In “Operation Smokeout,” Queens District Attorney Richard Brown seized over 4,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes smuggled in from overseas and some Southern states.
The Mets’ off-field headaches keep mounting this spring. Queens DA Richard Brown and the NYPD are ratcheting up their investigation into former Mets clubhouse manager Charlie Samuels.
They were supposed to check luggage for explosives. Instead, two Transportation Security Administration workers at John F. Kennedy International Airport allegedly stole $40,000 from a checked bag.
A prosecutor says a baby sitter shook a 3-month-old infant so violently that he suffered a massive brain injury and died at a New York City hospital.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said 21-year-old Daniel Rodriguez and 27-year-old Daniel Aleman both face eight years in prison.
Police said a 7-year-old girl told her mother she had been touched inappropriately on several occasions by her bus driver — 69-year-old Nelson Painchault, of Corona.
The man was arrested on charges that he sold cocaine while in uniform and driving his postal truck.
Xiao Cai, 53, who lived with the little boy and his mother in Flushing, got into an argument with her own daughter and then threw the boy off a seventh-floor balcony, said the Queens DA.