Crime

Crowbar-Wielding Attacker Smashes Windows of Roni-Sue’s Chocolates on Forsyth Street [VIDEO]

Posted August 15, 2019 at 5:00 am

Earlier this week, we reported on the dangerous conditions plaguing Forsyth Street amidst the city’s work on the subway system. The MTA is currently swapping out the ventilation plant fifteen feet beneath the roadbed along the eastern perimeter of Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Originally built in 1962, this section of the subway was identified as […]

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Patient at Chinatown Methadone Clinic Slashes Security Guard in the Face

Posted August 14, 2019 at 5:00 am

An altercation at a Chinatown methadone clinic yesterday morning led one patient to slash a security guard, police said. A patient of the Lower Eastside Service Center clinic at 62 East Broadway (west of Market) got into a tussle with the security guard onsite shortly before 10am yesterday morning. In response, the suspect reportedly slashed […]

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Skateboard Sexual Assault on Stanton Street

Posted August 12, 2019 at 5:06 am

A skateboarder on Stanton Street last month sexually assaulted a woman before rolling away undetected, police said. It was a daytime incident on July 17. The unidentified pervert groped the victim’s left breast while she was standing outside 90-96 Stanton Street. No injuries or other pain reported. “Yes, it’s not a shooting or a stabbing […]

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Grand Street Bank Robber Fled to Brooklyn in Cab Before Arrest [Updated]

Last modified August 10, 2019 at 8:20 am

A man stole a bag of cash yesterday morning from the TD Bank in the Zarin building on Grand Street before fleeing to Brooklyn, police said. The thief – purportedly a 50-year-old Hispanic man, according to the Citizen app – grabbed approximately $600 in currency before hailing a cab to Brooklyn. He reportedly slipped the […]

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The 7th Precinct ‘National Night Out’ Returns to East Broadway Tonight

Posted August 6, 2019 at 5:01 am

Tonight, the 7th Precinct is back with its annual summer extravaganza on the Lower East Side, National Night Out. The summertime block party is held across the country in an effort to increase awareness for police programs within communities, such as highlighting neighborhood watches and drug prevention. In the Five Boroughs alone, the NYPD hosts […]

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Man Stabs Wife, then Barricades Himself in Stanton Street Apartment

Posted August 5, 2019 at 5:00 am

For the second time in as many weeks, a stabbing roils Stanton Street. This time, Saturday evening at 90-96 Stanton, where cops say a man stabbed his wife then barricaded himself inside the apartment. Shortly after 6:00pm, a 64-year-old man stabbed his 54-year-old wife in the abdomen. The husband then locked himself inside where he […]

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Subway Stabbing Suspect Chased through Chinatown

Posted August 1, 2019 at 5:02 am

Cops tasered a knife-wielding straphanger in Chinatown Tuesday night, ending a wild chase after the suspect stabbed two men in a fight over a subway seat. Forty-year-old Ronald Cundiff fled the West 4 subway station at 7:30pm after allegedly stabbing two individuals aboard a downtown A train. According to a report in the Daily News, […]

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Man’s Throat Slashed in Barbershop Bloodbath on Stanton Street

Posted July 19, 2019 at 5:00 am

A 27-year-old man was slashed inside a barbershop on Stanton Street yesterday morning. The unidentified victim was attacked at about 11:15am while inside First Choice Barbers at 156 Stanton Street. The attacker, 35-year-old Aldo Corniel, slashed the customer in the throat; a third man saved the day by bashing the assailant with a fire extinguisher. […]

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Two Bridges Waterfront Esplanade is Closed to Pedestrians for July 4 Fireworks

Posted July 2, 2019 at 5:03 am

Apparently, a closeup view of the fireworks is now an elitist activity. For the first time in recent memory, local residents will not be allowed to watch the Macy’s 4th of July fireworks from the esplanade of the Two Bridges waterfront. The annual tradition of incendiaries is back by the Brooklyn Bridge for the first […]

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Woman Jumps to Her Death from LES High-Rise

Posted June 26, 2019 at 5:05 am

A woman jumped to her death earlier this week from a Lower East Side high-rise. Shortly after 4pm Monday afternoon, the unidentified woman reportedly leaped from the sixteenth floor window in Building 4 of the East River Housing Corp. (aka Co-op Village). We’re told she was in her late-50’s. Emergency personnel responded to the purported […]

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