Police said the victim was alone in the leasing office when two men knocked on the door, asking for the owner. Investigators said the woman let the men in. From there, security cameras were rolling.
The breach occurred at around 5:20 a.m. A passenger flagged by the Transportation Security Administration went through a security checkpoint without being pulled aside and screened.
The town is installing more than a dozen sensors in the area of the Bellport train station. The devices are designed to help police pinpoint where and when gunshots are fired.
Fernando Mateo, head of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers, says he’s working with City Council members to create legislation that would require the NYPD and the Taxi and Limousine Commission to act immediately when a driver is attacked.
New Yorkers will have to deal with blocked streets and security sweeps as they try to get around the area near the U.N.
Vehicle checkpoints set up after what authorities described as a specific, credible but unconfirmed threat will remain in place.
Fortress New York. That’s what it seems like out on the streets of the city on the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack on America.
No injuries were reported in the blaze at 11 Madison Ave., near Madison Avenue Park Saturday afternoon. The cause has yet to be determined.
“They’re doing a good job for the people to be safe. You know, we live in a dangerous world, never know what going to happen,” truck driver Arthur Sarkasian said.
Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, the need for vigilance and precaution remains paramount.
The effort includes developing a new intelligence unit with the FBI and working with detectives from the federal Transportation Security Administration.
The wild shooting on the Brighton Beach Boardwalk that left 16-year-old Tysha Jones dead and four others wounded has area residents calling for serious changes in security procedures.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says New Yorkers shouldn’t feel any more concerned going around the city today than they did before U.S. agents killed Osama bin Laden.
Counter terrorism experts say a retaliation attack for Osama bin Laden’s death is inevitable. Terrorists are expected to aim for more vulnerable soft targets like shopping malls or museums.
According to published reports, “understaffing, complacency and lack of focus,” along with a lack of direction, poor communication and checkpoint design contributed to the decline in security.