Police remain at the scene of a Brooklyn maraschino cherry warehouse where the owner shot and killed himself after an inspection led to a stunning discovery.
Investigators said the owner of a Brooklyn maraschino cherry warehouse shot and killed himself Tuesday, as he was being questioned on an environmental issue by investigators who later smelled marijuana.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a suspect who took nearly $50,000 in cash and checks from a warehouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
An extra-alarm fire raged for hours at the Hunts Point Market in the Bronx Wednesday.
A group of people was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly tagging the 5Pointz Building in Long Island City, Queens, two nights after the street art mecca was whitewashed – according to a published report.
A Long Island man was arrested Friday night, after police said he threw a party with more than 500 people at an abandoned warehouse where no one should have been.
The blaze reached three alarms, according to the Plainfield FD. There’s no word of injuries as yet.
A warehouse worker in Jersey City was hospitalized Wednesday after 1,500 pounds of pineapples came crashing down on top of him, according to a published report.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Wednesday afternoon in a warehouse in North Arlington, N.J.
Jonathan J. Einhorn, attorney for Amed Villa, said Villa will plead not guilty when he is arraigned Thursday in U.S. District Court in New Haven.
The Compassionate Care Foundation had sued Westampton shortly after the Burlington County town’s Land Development Board voted last month to reject its proposed facility in a vacant warehouse.
The fire at the former Burry Biscuit factory in Elizabeth, which broke out last Wednesday, was finally contained over the weekend.
Fire officials say they may not be able to completely extinguish the blaze until this weekend or possibly into next week.
Still burning and still smoking up the skies over Elizabeth is a stubborn blaze that just won’t die. Area residents spent the better part of Thursday walking around with their faces covered.
Three families whose homes were destroyed received $1,750 each, Five families who were burned out of their rental homes each got $750, while ten families whose homes received minor to moderate damage each got $300.