Six New Yorkers have been arrested in connection with threats against the NYPD.
A 61-year-old New Brunswick, New Jersey man stood charged Monday with sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl in a park.
Latia Harris, 25, turned herself in to Salem City police around 7 p.m. Monday following an extensive search.
A woman surrendered to police in South Jersey Monday, in connection with an attack on another woman that was caught on video as the victim’s 2-year-old son tried to defend his mother.
The 30-year-old was upset over summonses that he received so he called 911 and said that he had a bomb strapped around him and was going to blow up precincts in Nassau County and Queens, according to prosecutors.
Two seventh grade girls at Paterson School 27 in New Jersey have pleaded not guilty to making terroristic threats, after allegedly threatening to kill their classmates in a video posted online.
Lawrence Mulqueen did not enter a plea on charges of making terroristic threats, illegally possessing weapons and harassment.
Police said they found two rifles, bayonets, ammunition and body armor at Lawrence Mulqueen’s home.
An upstate New York man is accused of threatening to kill President Barack Obama and elementary schoolchildren in Saratoga County.
“They got guns, we got bottles. They got bricks, we got rocks. Lets see what they got,” says a man in a YouTube video. Police identified him as Nkrumah Tinsley.
A jury decided last week on that there was not enough evidence to indict 34-year-old Sabrino Milo on the original charges against her, attorney Andrew Stoll said Wednesday.