Monday, Dec. 7, 2015

Rochdale Village

M.E. report says Jersey boyfriend story is inconsistent: DA

The city medical examiner determined that the story of a New Jersey man, charged Nov. 24 with the death of his girlfriend’s 4-month old son in Rochdale Village, was inconsistent with the injuries, according to the criminal complaint filed by the Queens District Attorney’s office. Comments (2)

Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015


Three men suspected of 39 robberies in boro: NYPD

FLUSHING — Police were looking for three men suspected in a string of ATM skimming machine robberies across Queens. Comments (1)

Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015


Armed suspect followed victim into building: NYPD

SUNNYSIDE — Police were looking for an armed robbery suspect who allegedly followed a young woman into her apartment building near 47th Avenue and 39th Place Nov. 21. Comments (1)

Friday, Dec. 4, 2015


Hindu flags burned in Woodhaven

The Queens Hindu community is on edge as police look for a possible hate-crime suspect who allegedly torched dozens of Hindu flags set up in the front yard of a Woodhaven early Thanksgiving morning. Lawmakers, civic leaders and a national Hindu group strongly condemned the crime. Comment
Oakland Gardens

Judge rules Deng murder case should proceed

After a preliminary hearing Monday in the trial of five Baruch College Pi Delta Psi fraternity brothers charged in the hazing death of Oakland Gardens resident Michael Deng, 19, a Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday that there is enough evidence to proceed with a trial. Comment
Jackson Heights

Jackson Heights Dunkin’ Donuts robbed: NYPD

JACKSON HEIGHTS — A man claiming to have a gun robbed the Dunkin’ Donuts on 95th Street in Jackson Heights earlier last month, police said. Comments (1)

Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015

Forest Hills

Hunt on for Forest Hills arson suspect

For residents of Forest Hills and Rego Park, the sight of detectives and fire marshals milling around their residential blocks is becoming increasingly common. But as a spate of arsons at homes under construction continues and the search for the suspect ramps up, police may have made a break in the case. According to unconfirmed reports, police have deciphered a letter the arson suspect left at the scene of his most recent crime. Comment
Jackson Heights

NYPD investigates dual attacks against LGBT community in Jackson Heights

The Jackson Heights LGBT community is reeling and beginning to mobilize following two separate and vicious attacks this week. . Comments (1)

Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015

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Video shows man burning Hindu flags in Woodhaven

Queens’ Hindu community is on edge as police look for a possible hate crime suspect who torched dozens of Hindu flags set up in the front yard of a Woodhaven house early Thursday morning. A lawmaker, civic leaders and a national Hindu group condemned the crime. Comments (1)
Jackson Heights

Transgender woman beaten in Jackson Heights

Police from the 115th Precinct in Jackson Heights were searching for a man who brutally attacked a transgender woman early Sunday morning. Officers responding to a 911 call discovered the 35-year-old victim with multiple injuries to the head and face around 4 a.m. on 93rd Street near 37th Place. Comment

Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015


Man burns Hindu flags in Woodhaven

Police were looking for a man who torched dozens of Hindu flags set up in the front yard of a Woodhaven house early Thursday morning. Comment

Friday, Nov. 27, 2015

Forest Hills

Forest Hills fires now investigated as arsons: NYPD

After another suspicious fire in Forest Hills, police and fire officials said they are looking for an arsonist. Comment


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