Crime
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When a purse is left alone, is it really alone? Not when there’s a security camera nearby. more
Police seemed baffled about why one man assaulted another last week while the victim was shopping.  That victim, 56, was walking in front of 184 W. 237th St., outside of the Riverdale … more
Two more catalytic converters were stolen from the undercarriage of vehicles left unattended on the streets of the 50th precinct last week.  For those counting along, that makes nine such … more
A nearly month-long man hunt for two men who tried to rob Marilyn’s Diamond Collection on April 8 — shooting the jewelry store’s owner, Chris Carucci Sr., in the stomach — has … more
Police arrested a woman who reportedly tried to make off with a little more than $100 worth of beauty supplies in the middle of the day April 26.  The 31-year-old tried to sneak out of the … more
The city’s transportation department threw out a lot of facts and figures last week, in its plan to restructure traffic on Broadway, but one figure seemed to stick … more
Every 98 seconds, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted. Every eight minutes, that person assaulted is a child. Those chilling numbers come from The Rape, Abuse and Incest National … more
Thieves targeted two U.S. Postal Service trucks last week by stealing their catalytic converters.  The trucks were parked in front of the post office at 5517 Broadway between April 19 and … more
Jordan Castro didn’t always plan on being a cop.  In fact in 2006, when Castro first took the test to join the New York Police Department, he did so simply to prove a point to his … more
For the third time in a month, robbers have targeted someone making a food delivery around the Van Cortlandt Village section of the 50th precinct.  This time, the victim, 47, was riding an … more
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