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It didn’t take long into 2020 for the community’s tired refrain of tire theft to suddenly make an appearance. more
A man living on the 3900 block of Blackstone Avenue discovered an unpleasant New Year’s Eve surprise after noticing damage around the door to his apartment. more
An unlucky Honda owner found himself in a bad spot Monday, Dec. 23, not far from the 3100 block of Arlington Avenue. more
It was an unlucky Friday the 13th for one woman who reportedly crashed her black Audi into one of the  pillars supporting  the elevated subway tracks near Broadway and West 239th Street. more
Most people use the phones on display in a tech store to check out the newest models, maybe take some selfies for notoriety, and kill time waiting for the next salesperson to free up. more
When you pick up the phone, you never know who’s on the other line. They may be legit and just trying to help you. Or they might be a crafty scammer who bilks you out of thousands you can’t afford to lose. more
The old adage of “out of sight, out of mind” doesn’t take into consideration criminal minds looking for a potential mark. more
Police say they arrested a 51-year-old man Oct. 29 after an observant neighbor pointed him out breaking into a nearby car. more
A 30-year-old  Van Cortlandt Village resident was likely the victim of a mailbox fishing scam, which lost him more than $6,000. more
The woman working the counter at High Ridge Candy & Lotto had a rough morning Oct. 28 when police say her attempts to calm down an unruly customer turned into a violent assault. more
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