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Teenage Suspect Arrested in Connection with Chinatown Burglary Spree

Posted July 25, 2018 at 5:03 am

The teenage suspect behind a string of recent Chinatown burglaries has been arrested, police sources say. Cops collared the 19-year-old burglar during a job last Saturday at 219 Mott Street. The victim reportedly found the guy inside her apartment and called the police. During his week-long crime spree, the crook allegedly struck at least six […]

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Cops Seek 10 Suspects in South Street Slashing

Posted July 24, 2018 at 5:00 am

Police are in pursuit of ten men suspected in the slashing of a 23-year-old man in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge Sunday evening. Apparently it all started when the victim reportedly engaged in a verbal dispute with two women. The women then allegedly called their boyfriends to jump the 23-year-old, according to the subsequent […]

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Chinatown Plagued by Spate of Burglaries

Posted July 20, 2018 at 5:00 am

Lock your doors. Hide your kids. Hide your wife. The 5th Precinct is warning residents about a spate of home burglaries in Chinatown over the past week. Police say that the suspect, described as an Hispanic male with medium build in his thirties, has struck at least six buildings so far. Four locations were reportedly […]

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Cops Release Photo of Suspect in Connection with Armed Robbery on Ridge Street

Posted June 20, 2018 at 5:03 am

The 7th Precinct last night release a photo of the suspected wanted in connection with an armed robbery on Ridge Street last Thursday. As previously reported, the victim was reportedly sitting in his car outside 155 Ridge Street (at East Houston) when the perp sidled up to the vehicle and pointed a gun. He demanded […]

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Infant Found Dead Inside Orchard Street Apartment

Posted June 18, 2018 at 9:39 am

An infant was found dead inside an Orchard Street apartment early Friday morning, police said. The baby was reportedly unconscious inside 191 Orchard at 7:30am, and the authorities were called. Identified in published reports as 9-month-old Princeton Coaxum, the infant was pronounced dead at the scene. The police report stated that the baby appeared fine […]

Cops Seek Suspect in Connection with Gunpoint Robbery on Ridge Street

Posted June 18, 2018 at 5:01 am

In the wee hours of Thursday morning last, a man was robbed at gunpoint on Ridge Street, cops said. The victim was reportedly sitting in his car outside 155 Ridge Street (at East Houston) when the perp sidled up to the vehicle and pointed a gun. He demanded cash and ultimately fled the scene with […]

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Violent Robbery in Broad Daylight at Bank of America ATM on East Houston

Posted May 14, 2018 at 5:09 am

Police are searching for the criminal wanted in connection with the violent robbery and pummeling of a customer at the Broadway-Lafayette Bank of America branch. At 3:08 pm on April 27, the suspect approached the victim and asked for $100. When the 35-year-old man refused, the perp decked him, continued assaulting him on the ground, […]

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Cops Release Photo of Suspect Behind Sunday’s Bodega Stabbing

Posted May 9, 2018 at 5:04 am

The 7th Precinct yesterday released a photo of the man suspected of knifing an employee of the Big Apple Food Market on East Broadway. The incident, which transpired this past Sunday, was much ado over the price of salad. According to published reports, two women got into an argument with one of the deli workers […]

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More on that Norfolk Street ‘Animal House’

Last modified May 9, 2018 at 7:44 am

Shenanigans at the so-called “Animal House” on Norfolk Street are under police scrutiny. But the landlord apparently isn’t playing ball. To recap… For the better part of the last year, rowdy residents of 180-182 Norfolk Street have reportedly been partying like crazy, without regard for the surroundings. Neighbors continue to tell us that the get-togethers […]

District Leaders Urge DOT Chair to Better Address Traffic Bottleneck at Grand and Clinton

Last modified May 10, 2018 at 10:04 pm

The bottleneck blues continues at the junction of Grand and Clinton Streets. Being a major access point to the Williamsburg Bridge from the FDR, this spot perennially attracts a line of cars that usually snakes eastward for blocks. The addition of Essex Crossing in the immediate vicinity (residential and commercial) doesn’t help matters, either. Ongoing […]

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