Dramatic surveillance video shows the brazen robbery of a Bronx bodega.
Police this week renewed their call to the public to help find a suspect who they say raped a woman last summer in a Queens park.
A woman was arrested this week, after another shopper said she pulled a stun gun on her during an argument over a shopping cart in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Linden, N.J.
Police are canvassing a neighborhood in Queens and handing out flyers in hopes of finding a suspect wanted for sexually attacking six women since 2011.
The NYPD is asking the public for help in identifying and tracking down a suspect wanted in connection with a rape that took place in Forest Park on Monday.
The man was pronounced dead at MidState Medical Center in Meriden after doctors tried to medicate him. The man’s name is being withheld until his family is notified. An autopsy is planned.
Queens detectives were hot on the trail of 23-year-old Prodromos Vasilopoulous when he managed to get past security at JFK Airport with a stun gun in his carry-on bag.
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The move was prompted by a video that surfaced on youtube that appears to show the officers kicking and stomping with a man who had been subdued by a stun gun.
Hugh Murray, 26, was arrested after he was spotted weaving in and out of traffic in his BMW on Hempstead Turnpike near Merrick Avenue in East Meadow around 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, police said.
Port Authority Police confiscated the weapon and arrested the man on a weapons charge. Operations at the airport weren’t impacted.
The Transportation Security Administration said the passenger was stopped on Thursday morning.
Authorities say a college student from China was arrested trying to carry a combination stun gun and flashlight onto a plane in New York City.
A police officer in Milford, Conn., used a stun gun on a Wal-Mart shopper who allegedly punched another customer.
Heading to the Jets game on Sunday or the Giants game on Monday? Pack some patience along with your team spirit.
“I did what I had to do,” the man who was charged with sneaking a stun gun into MetLife Stadium on Sunday — and using it in an upper-deck melee — told the New York Daily News.