A highly-charged crime spree of sorts has erupted in Queens, and the ill-gotten goods being taken have been some of the most unusual in recent memory.
Police are searching for a man who walked into a Chase Bank in Woodside, Queens, and demanded money from the teller on Saturday around 11:35 a.m.
Several people were reported injured Friday afternoon, when a multi-vehicle crash sent a school bus plowing into a building in Woodside, Queens.
According to police, a 50-year-old man stabbed a 32-year-old man during a fight on Friday night, near Broadway and 51st Street. The younger man then allegedly shot the older man.
Police on Thursday released a sketch of a suspect in an attack that left a 56-year-old man dead in Woodside, Queens.
A 56-year-old man has died three days after police said he was attacked early Saturday in Woodside, Queens.
A 56-year-old man remains in critical condition after police said he was attacked early Saturday morning in Queens.
Police announced Wednesday that they have arrested and charged a man in the attempted rape of a 61-year-old woman in Woodside, Queens.
The victim was walking near 71st street and 41st avenue in Woodside last Wednesday night when the suspect punched her in the face, pushed her to the ground and attempted to rape her, police said.
The suspect came up to the victims and tried to speak to them, and then touched their buttocks over their clothes, police said. The victims were between the ages of 14 and 25.
Police Thursday evening were asking for help from the public in finding a man who allegedly groped four girls and women’s buttocks in Astoria and Woodside, Queens.
Coming just days after a subway train derailment, another broken rail was discovered on the “F” line Tuesday, and the MTA told 1010 WINS broken rails happen all the time.
Local service was restored to the E and F lines Saturday afternoon, but service was suspended again overnight Saturday into Sunday so that crews can finish cleaning up.
The derailment happened on the express tracks around 10:40 a.m. in a tunnel about 1,200 feet south from the 65th Street station in Woodside.
Nearly seven hours after an F Train derailed in Woodside, Queens, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials were still working to determine what went wrong.