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One woman really enjoyed her 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300. That is until April 12, when she parked it on the 6000 block of Fieldston Road around lunchtime, only to have it burglarized. more
Although the 50th Precinct saw a spike in crime at the beginning of the year — like many other precincts covered by the New York Police Department — those numbers are starting to come down. The credit, according to precinct commander Emilio Melendez, belongs to the coronavirus. more
A man parked his 2019 Honda CR-V on the corner of Hillman and Sedgwick avenues on April 8, and then went about his day. But when he returned later, he already could see something was amiss. more
They are there to serve and protect — that is, until they can't because of a run-in with the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. But for the New York Police Department — which at one point had as many as 20 percent of its force on sick leave — there seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel. more
A man entered a West 231st Street supermarket shortly after 7 a.m., on April 2, walking through the aisles. There, police said, he spotted a carton of eggs, took them off the shelf, and put them in his backpack. more
Police in Greenwich, Connecticut, have arrested a Riverdale Country School teacher, accusing him of victimizing a child in their city. more
He may have been a little above the targeted age bracket at the Forever 21, but that didn’t stop one man from entering the Broadway Plaza store on West 230th Street and packing up several pairs of men’s jeans, according to police. more
We know that it's hard to get out and get a paper, and not everyone is getting the paper at home (but maybe you should!) more
Keeping social distance is vital to bring the coronavirus crisis under some sort of control. But what Gov. Andrew Cuomo is seeing in New York City playgrounds, however, is not what he feels will "flatten the curve" when it comes to infections. more
A woman taking a look at her bank account balance was shocked to find it quite a bit lower than she remembered. When she got home and was able to check online, she found that just over $4,000 had been swiped from her checking account, police said, and she surely hadn’t spent it. more
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