New York went on a heightened state of alert Friday, deploying counter-terrorism police reinforcements to crowded places and French interests after attacks in Paris killed at least 39 people. Continue Reading →
After two instances of harassment from police impersonators entering their building, tenants at 50 West 93rd Street on the Upper West Side are holding a meeting with advocates and local elected officials to learn their rights and how to protect themselves. Continue Reading →
Carjacker Tyrone Neli, 41 who police suspect was high on high synthetic marijuana, led cops on a crazy car chase in Harlem after he threatened a woman with a brick before stealing her 2007 Ford Escape at St. Nicholas Ave., and West 129 St. in Harlem at 9 a.m., according to cops.
A handcuffed prisoner escaped from police custody in East Harlem early Sunday — the third prisoner to evade cops since June, authorities said. Continue Reading →
The NYPD officer is under investigation after his attempted arrest turns into boxing match on the streets of Harlem. The plainclothes NYPD officer was filmed fighting Saykou George (name has not been confirmed) during the day on Wednesday, July 2nd. Continue Reading →
Samuel Jesse Battle (born January 16, 1883 in New Bern, North Carolina). His parents were among the last generation born into Southern slavery, and his own birth in 1883 was notable for another benchmark: At 16 pounds, he was the biggest baby ever recorded in North Carolina. Continue Reading →
Nearly 2 million home burglaries are reported in the United States each year, the majority of these burglaries occur in the summer months and the fact that More People Shot In Harlem So Far Then All Of Last Year for 2015. Continue Reading →
Today, the Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club will ride in honor of Phillip Cardillo, an NYPD officer who was killed 43 years ago inside a Harlem mosque. Later this year, it’s expected that the street in front of the new police academy in Queens will be named after Cardillo.
It’s a belated honor for the only unsolved police killing in modern NYPD history — a case, writes investigative reporter Micah Morrison, that may have an unlikely culprit. Continue Reading →
Last week, 125th Street BID President, Barbara Askins (right) & Director of Operations, Anthony Baker (left) met with Police officer Kenyatta Hooks (center) and the newly assigned officers of the 28th precinct. Continue Reading →