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A man was found murdered in the basement of his South Ozone Park home Tuesday morning and cops are searching for his killer.
At 4:48 a.m., police responded to a 911 call for help.
An Ozone Park woman was murdered last week and her husband is accused of killing her, then attempting to kill himself.
Police responded to a call of a female stabbed inside of 101-34 84 St. shortly before 3 a.m. on Friday. When they arrived, officers found Josefa Sanchez, 41, inside a locked bedroom. She was unconscious and unresponsive in her bed, with stab wounds to the upper torso. Adalberto Sanchez, 50, was found in the next room with a knife in his hand and a stab wound in his abdomen. Both were removed by EMS to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where Josefa Sanchez was pronounced dead. Her husband has been arrested and is charged with second-degree murder, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession of a weapon.
Donald Manes had been a man in a hurry.
The Queens prosecutor was 31 in 1965 when he became the youngest person ever elected to the City Council until then. In 1971 he won a special election to became the youngest Queens borough president in history.
To the men who killed him, Julio Rivera was apparently just a gay man upon whom they could inflict their hate. But to the residents of Jackson Heights, Rivera was the catalyst who would propel them to enact positive changes within their community.
Early morning on July 2, 1990, Rivera was leaving Friends Tavern, a local gay bar, when he was violently beaten and stabbed to death in a playground by three men affiliated with the gang called Doc Martin Skinheads. According to testimony cited in The New York Times, Daniel Doyle, 21, Erik Brown, 21, and Esat Bici, 19 were hunting for a “drug dealer or a drug addict or a homo out cruising” to use their hammer and knife on.
Figuring out the best ways to save a few extra dollars can be difficult. But, a few simple strategies can go a long way in helping you and your family pay down debt and be better prepared for financial emergencies, college expenses and retirement. Some take a few minutes, others may require discipline – but all are easy moves to stretch your dollars and improve your financial situation.
A Queens man is facing 20 years in prison for stabbing his brother’s roommate to death in 2010 on the same day he was released from prison on an unrelated charge.
Adam Rodriguez, 44, pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter on Monday in the death of 27-year-old William Edmonds of Long Island City.
A Colombian national faces 50 years to life in prison following his conviction on Oct. 18 for the murder of a man in a Jackson Heights bar in 2007.
Carlos Sanchez, 35, was convicted on charges of second-degree murder and first-degree assault for fatally stabbing Robinson Lopez in the early-morning hours of Feb. 4 following an altercation inside of the Blue Lounge bar on Roosevelt Avenue.
“MVB don’t want to share! Mayor Bloomberg, he don’t care!”
Thus went the battle cry on the steps of Martin Van Buren High School last Friday as more than 200 students, joined by elected officials, marched against the Department of Education’s effort to lower the Bellerose school’s enrollment next year to accommodate a Pathways in Technology, or P-Tech, charter school in the building.
(Family Features) A German Shepherd named Kilo was shot multiple times during a gun battle in Florida between police and a man suspected of shooting at officers earlier in the night. Fortunately for Kilo, he was wearing a protective vest, which saved his life. Unfortunately, thousands of other K-9s officers across the country perform their duties without proper protective wear, putting them in harm's way.
(StatePoint) The numbers are staggering -- 25.8 million people, representing 8.3 percent of the U.S. population, have diabetes, according to the most recent data available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s one in every 12 people, and the numbers may have soared even higher since these statistics were gathered.
After the recent stabbing of Ever Orozco and years of prostitution, violence and other crimes, state Sen. Jose Peralta (D-East Elmhurst) is demanding changes be made to end the violence on Roosevelt Avenue.
Orozco, who was allegedly stabbed by a 22-year-old man who thought the 69-year-old blew kisses and made sexual gestures at him as the two crossed paths at 90th Street in Jackson Heights. The police are calling the case a hate crime.
Activists and politicians such as state Sen. Jose Peralta, back left, Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras’ Deputy Chief of Staff Yoselin Henao, center, and Councilman Danny Dromm spoke out against Monday’s hate crime.
Around lunchtime last Monday a 69-year-old man was stabbed to death on Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, police said. The suspect told police he stabbed the victim because he thought the man was gay.
Ever Orozco was allegedly putting money in a parking meter on 90th Street when he was approached by Steven Torres of the Bronx.
An elderly woman was killed in a hit-and-run accident last Sunday in Elmhurst, police said.
Ju Cui Yu, 79, was walking her dog on Junction Boulevard and 50th Avenue when she was struck by a minivan, according to police. The van turned the corner and plowed into her. The driver then backed up and allegedly paused for a moment before speeding away as shown on the surveillance tape.
What is a state senator from Astoria — who’s not running for higher office — doing in Woodhaven?
Believe it or not, he represents part of the neighborhood.
The man who assaulted a woman outside a Woodhaven laundromat was sentenced to seven years in prison last week.
Richard Kassebaum, 42, who last lived in Lindenwood, was found guilty of following a 40-year-old woman out of a laundromat where he worked on Woodhaven Boulevard on March 31 around 4:30 a.m., grabbing her from behind as she walked along 86th Avenue and choking her.
New photos of the man police say may have stabbed a Woodhaven teenager 11 times outside her home on July 29 after she walked home from her job at McDonald’s in Ozone Park.
Belinda Barnett-Andrea has a lot on her mind.
The St. Albans resident is still dealing with the long recovery of her brother, transit cop John Barnett, who was stabbed in the eye by an emotionally disturbed man in Jamaica last summer.
A man who served 18 years in prison for manslaughter for fatally stabbing his aunt was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in March on a Woodhaven street near a laundromat where he worked.
Richard Kassebaum, 42, who had lived in Lindenwood, was found guilty of first-degree sexual abuse, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and two counts of forcible touching. He faces up to seven years in prison when he is sentenced Aug. 15.
The manhunt for the suspect in last week’s near-fatal stabbing of a Woodhaven teenager continues as police released new pictures Tuesday of the man they believe committed the vicious assault.
Seventeen-year-old Natasha Martinez was attacked outside her 85th Street home at around 11:30 p.m. on July 26 after she walked home from her job at McDonald’s on 101st Avenue in Ozone Park. She was stabbed 11 times in her back and torso, but was able to crawl into her home where her mother called 911. She was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in critical condition, but her status was later upgraded to stable and she is expected to survive.
A picture of the person police believe is the suspect in Monday's attack on a teenage girl in Woodhaven caught on surveillance camera.
Police are following at least two leads in last week’s knife attack on a teenage girl outside her Woodhaven home.
The man police believe is the suspect in a Monday night stabbing in Woodhaven caught on surveillance footage fleeing the scene.
The NYPD is searching for the suspect wanted in connection with a brutal stabbing of a teenager in Woodhaven Monday night.
At approximately 11:25 p.m., a man in a hooded sweatshirt approached Natasha Martinez, 17, on 85th Street near 88th Avenue and stabbed her at least 10 times in the torso and back.
A Richmond Hill man, who had an order of protection issued against him directing him to stay away from his wife, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for fatally stabbing her last August.
Ganesh Seelall, 40, of 117th Street pleaded guilty in April to first-degree manslaughter in the death of his wife, Samantha Seelall last summer.