NYPD: William Roberson Charged With Vandalizing Black Wall Street Gallery In SoHoPolice said Roberson was seen on video smearing white paint across the gallery's front window on May 31.
Unlicensed Street Vendors Return As New York City Reopens, Angering Some Business OwnersLocals say empty storefronts that accumulated throughout the pandemic have made it easier for illegal vendors to set up shop.
Miya Ponsetto Arraigned On Felony Hate Crime Charges In SoHo Hotel ConfrontationVideo of the December incident at the Arlo Hotel shows Ponsetto berating and trying to tackle Keyon Harrold Jr., the son of jazz musician Keyon Harrold.
NYPD: Suspect Caught On Camera Vandalizing Black Wall Street GalleryPolice released surveillance video of a suspect accused of smearing white paint across the front window of the Black Wall Street Gallery in SoHo.
Black Wall Street Gallery In SoHo Vandalized Again, Owner Calls For Greater Police PresenceThe gallery's owner said he decided to leave these acts of vandalism on the glass to remind the community that racism still exists in 2021.
Black Wall Street Gallery In SoHo Vandalized On 100th Anniversary Of Tulsa MassacreNear the fountain in Washington Square Park people gathered Monday night to remember a day in American history.
Miya Ponsetto Due In Court To Face Charges In SoHo Hotel ConfrontationThe 22-year-old faces attempted robbery, attempted assault and other charges.
Family Of Black Teen Falsely Accused Of Taking Cellphone Files Lawsuit Against Miya Ponsetto, Arlo HotelKeyon Harrold Sr. played "This Land is Your Land" on his trumpet at a news conference Wednesday announcing a lawsuit against those he feels have discriminated against his teenage son.
Remnants Of Last Summer's Violence Following Death Of George Floyd Turned Into Art As Reminder Of Troubling TimeIn SoHo, some of the plywood used to protect storefronts was turned into art, which is now on display at the National Arts Club.
Police: Robbery Suspect Armed With Knife Wanted In 2 Crimes Minutes Apart In SoHoPolice are trying to track down a robbery suspect they say held up two people at knifepoint just minutes apart in SoHo.
Exclusive: Asian Woman Attacked With Pepper Spray In Manhattan; Victim Believes She Was Targeted Due To Her RacePolice sources tell CBS2 this crime is currently classified as an assault but not as a hate crime. The victim's attacker did not say anything to her, and the NYPD requires words to be exchanged to classify it as a hate crime.
FBI: Suspect In Armed Robbery At Chanel Store Arrested In FloridaSpender allegedly posted on social media saying he had so many items from the store he could "open a small boutique."
Police Investigating String Of High-End Clothing Store Robberies In SoHoThe NYPD now believes the same group is responsible for targeting more than 20 high-end stores, including a Chanel store in SoHo, since September of 2020.
Caught On Camera: Suspects Rob Chanel Store In SoHo, Steal $165,000 Worth Of ItemsSources tell CBS2 one of the suspects showed a gun to the security guard.
SoHo Hotel Confrontation: Parents Of Black Teen Wrongly Accused Of Stealing Phone Call For Boycott Of Arlo HotelThe family of 14-year-old Keyon Harrold Jr. say the hotel's manager also approached the teen and asked to see the phone.