Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams was among those speaking out Monday against the rash of shootings that took place over the weekend.
Two adults and five teenagers have been arrested in connection with four recent homicides in Newark and East Orange, officials said Monday.
No arrests have been made, but police say they are looking for multiple suspects.
The officer, identified as Tramaine Oxley, was recovering Wednesday after being wounded in Brooklyn as he sat as a passenger in an SUV with members of his family.
One of the teens then went over to five homeless people sleeping in the vestibule of a Men’s Wearhouse store and wanted them to move, the witness said.
Ahmad Crudup, 22, of Maplewood, died shortly before midnight Sunday at University Hospital in Newark, police said.
The NYPD said Sunday the man was hospitalized in stable condition. Tyrone Whidbee has been arrested on attempted murder charges.
Investigators are looking for suspects after three people were killed within the span of 90 minutes in separate shootings in Union County.
Many gathered at the St. Matthew AME Church in Orange — and gave life to the victims by reading their bios aloud.
Vladamir Gotlibovsky, 42, was charged with reckless endangerment, assault and tampering with physical evidence after firing his gun into the floor of the hotel’s lobby, cops said.
An off-duty corrections officer fatally shot a man who was trying to rob him of his motorcycle Saturday night in Queens, police said.
A man in his 40s has died, authorities said. They say an elderly woman was shot in the back while she was in the bath inside her apartment.
At just 13 years old, Tayloni Mazyck is confined to a wheelchair. She and her family were face to face Monday with the man who put her there — 19-year-old Kane Cooper.
A man concerned about crime in his neighborhood went straight to First Lady Chirlane McCray on Thursday morning for answers, but didn’t get any.
Appearing on “The Daily Show” on Tuesday, de Blasio acknowledged the city has seen an alarming spike in shootings this year, but also said it’s an issue the Police Department is handling.