A Florida resident traveling eastbound on Roosevelt Avenue in Elmhurst was allegedly driving drunk when he fatally struck a man near 92nd Street.
According to police, officers responded to a 911 call at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday.
The gun allegedly found by TSA in Wynne’s bag at JFK Airport.
A Connecticut man arrested by Port Authority Police on Monday morning for allegedly trying to bring a handgun through the security checkpoint at JFK Airport was released on bail Tuesday.
A Port Authority spokesperson identified the man as Kenneth Edward Wynne, Sr., 57, of New Canaan, Conn.
Elmhurst baby Kiam Felix Jr. and his mother, Nicole Kelly, also his alleged killer.
An Elmhurst woman has been charged with killing her 11-month-old son.
Nicole Kelly, 22, of 52nd Avenue, faces second-degree murder charges following an investigation into the death Sunday of her son Kiam Felix Jr. She could be sentenced to 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
I know what you’re thinking. Kayaking? In the East River? Seriously?
Yes, I was skeptical too. Growing up in New York City, the East River always presented the impression of a mass of toxic water that you would never want to make contact with your skin, let alone sail on.
The start of scaffolding heralds a massive repair and maintenance project at Flushing’s Pomonok Houses, improvements to the structures, safety and quality of life that residents said are decades overdue.
If it isn’t one thing, it’s another.
Residents of Pomonok Houses in Flushing, for years considered the crown jewel of public housing, are about to see some long-awaited improvements but, according to the president of the Pomonok Residents Association, a lot more needs to happen.
Capt. Judith Harrison, the 112th Precinct’s new commanding officer, sits at her new desk, excited to serve the area.
Attention Forest Hills and Rego Park. There’s a new sheriff in town.
After two years under the watch of Capt. Thomas Conforti, command of the 112th Precinct has been handed over to Capt. Judith Harrison after Conforti took the same job at the 109th Precinct in Flushing.
A convicted child sex offender is facing up to seven years in prison after pleading guilty last week to sharing files of child sex abuse through his computer.
Eduardo Medina, 35, of 196th Street in Hollis, pleaded guilty to promoting a sexual performance by a child and a violation of a state law that requires him, as a registered Level 3 sex offender, to notify the state of his internet identifiers, according to a statement issued Wednesday by the office of Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.
The 109th Precinct in Flushing reports a rise in motorcycle thefts, especially of Yamaha and Suzuki models. Here are some safety tips from the police:
· Park in well-lit areas.
An Elmhurst woman has been charged with killing her 11-month-old son, police announced Tuesday.
Faith Hill of Springfield Gardens encouraged residents to be proactive this summer when they learn of a large party being planned in their neighborhoods. Councilman Donovan Richards, right, said the approach led to a safer summer last year.
The NYPD is looking into amendments recently made to stop, question and frisk.
Community Board 3’s 2013 meeting in Diversity Plaza in Jackson Heights.
A police officer keeps guard Monday at the scene of a homicide on Underhill Avenue in Fresh Meadows that took place on Sunday. Police believe a father strangled his son.
As numbers are crunched, the police will continue to look for crime-reduction options.
Det. Joseph Lynch died at 33 from a bombing at the World’s Fair.
Parents who have lost their children to gun violence share their stories at the Kevin Miller Jr. memorial service.
A cutout representing Kevin, inset, like the ones that soon will be erected to memorialize other victims of gun violence.
Supporters of the police tactic stop, question and frisk are getting ready to say “I told you so,” now that new statistics show a spike in shooting incidents.
According to the NYPD, shootings jumped 11 percent compared to the same time last year and this past weekend, there were 21 shootings alone, causing some to second-guess Mayor de Blasio’s decision to drop the city’s appeal against amendments added to stop and frisk.
Most parts of Queens have been fairly lucky this year when it comes to gun violence. While the city overall has seen an 11.2 percent rise in shootings so far this year compared to last, going by the latest available police statistics, and some areas have been subject to much worse, Queens has not.
In the southern part of the borough, as defined by the Police Deparment, the number of shooting incidents has gone up only 3.8 percent, from 52 to 54, as of June 22. And in the northern part, they’ve actually fallen 29.4 percent, from 17 to 12. Compare that to the Bronx, where they have jumped 25.4 percent, from 118 to 148. And none of these stats include the mayhem of last weekend, when there were 21 shootings across the city, including a fatal one in Cambria Heights.
The so-called Cannibal Cop, former NYPD officer Gilberto Valle of Forest Hills, was let out of jail Tuesday after his conviction for plotting to kidnap, torture, kill and eat young women was overturned.
Valle, 30, had been locked up since his October 2012 arrest in the alleged plot he admitted discussing with people online but insisted was just a fantasy he never intended to carry out. He faced life in prison.