A veteran Newark police officer was indicted Wednesday, on charges that he pulled a gun on a man driving with his wife and son after a traffic dispute this past winter.
Two Mineola teens were charged this weekend in an alleged rage assault on Long Island.
Charges against some of the bikers accused in the incident will likely be reduced and others may be offered plea deals.
Five of the bikers who were allegedly involved in a September 29, road rage incident appeared in court on Wednesday.
A Manhattan grand jury has indicted 11 bikers, including an undercover New York City police detective, on various charges related to a motorcyclist-SUV highway brawl.
Police have charged 40-year-old Jason Brown of Brooklyn with felony assault and gang assault.
Another biker has been arrested in the road rage attack that left a sport-utility vehicle driver injured.
Weeks after video of a road rage attack in Manhattan by a bunch of bikers on the driver of an SUV went viral, a second undercover police officer has come forward.
Alexian Lien, the sport-utility vehicle driver who was attacked and beaten in a clash with bikers last month, was seen before cameras for the first time since the attack in recent days.
Among others facing possible indictment is undercover NYPD detective Wojciech Braszczok, who is accused of being a key player in the attack.
Police are continuing to piece together the chain of events that led to the confrontation, which was all caught on a camera mounted on the helmet of a fellow biker and posted to YouTube.
Charges were filed Monday against an alleged wrong-way driver, after a shocking case of apparent road rage in the Long Island municipality of Holbrook.
A man was arrested early Sunday in a drunken road rage incident in which he allegedly slammed purposely into another vehicle on the Long Island Expressway.
A Westbury businessman has filed a federal civil rights complaint against Nassau County, the police department and the district attorney’s office charging that he was falsely arrested two years ago.
Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation Wednesday increasing the fine for failing to keep right or failure to observe traffic lanes.