A 43-year-old man was stabbed in the chest in Times Square this afternoon, police sources told The Observer.
The incident took place in broad daylight just after 2 p.m. right outside the Disney store after two men who appeared to know each other began fighting.
The two men were seen arguing near 45th and Broadway, before one attacked Read More
He’s the queen bee.
The NYPD’s bee expert showed a Bushwick swarm who’s boss Wednesday morning after receiving a complaint from a nearby firehouse.
Detective Anthony “Tony Bees” Planakis vacuumed up the 12,000 insects out of a tree and transported them to a hive in Queens, reported DNAinfo. Mr. Planakis said he arrived Read More
Great news (not really). Today the New York Senate passed a bill that makes “annoying” a police officer a felony—punishable by up to four years in prison.
Have they ever even seen how people behave on the subway at rush hour? Everyone is annoying.
The bill, which was sponsored by Republican State Senator Read More
This brave child has been watching his share of Home Alone.
In an almost motion picture-esque turn of events, police said a 10-year-old Brooklyn boy deterred two burglars with their own gun.
Officials say that two men forced themselves into an East 80th street home in Canarsie on Monday, telling the two teens they found inside Read More
The Wrong Sport
Seven pit bulls were rescued from a Brownsville apartment where officials say a highly-organized dog fighting ring was based.
Upon entering the apartment at 836 Boylan St, investigators found the makings of a large scale dog fighting operation. Law enforcement officials told DNAinfo, that they found 25 dog kennels, an animal treadmill, and modified Read More
Sex workers and advocates have scored a small victory with a recent decision by the Brooklyn DA’s office to ban the seizure of condoms as evidence against prostitutes.
Brooklyn’s district attorney, Charles J. Hynes, sent a letter to Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly stating that his office would no longer confiscate condoms as evidence of Read More
Urban Outfitters has been caught with its pants down—and out.
Police are still searching for a group of five men that made away with 20 pairs of pants in mid-March.
The store, in the trendy Cobble Hill neighborhood of the borough, refused to comment on the robbery, but it is believed that the thieves entered Read More
Horseshoe crab poaching is on the rise in New York and the city might have New Jersey to thank.
Monday night, the NYPD apprehended a group of men who were allegedly attempting to poach 200 horseshoe crabs from a Jamaica Bay island. A police helicopter conducting night vision exercises spotted the four men working under cover Read More
A teenager who has been connected to the attempted robbery of six school-age children over a two-day spree is in custody, according to police. He is yet to be charged with a crime.
Victims told police that the boy approached them on their way to school in Red Hook and Carroll Gardens, brandishing a knife Read More
Brooklyn Go Hard
As if Memorial Day traffic weren’t already horrific, police evacuated the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday because of a suspicious SUV blocking the Manhattan-bound lane.
Authorities received a 911 call around 5:15PM about the abandoned Dodge Durango. By 6PM, police had shut down both lanes of traffic, causing traffic jams as drivers were forced to find alternate Read More