On Friday morning, an 8-year-old student of The Albany Avenue School (P.S. 91) in Crown Heights, which is located across the street from Lefferts Park, brought a loaded handgun to school, prompting an emergency police response.
Alicia Boyd, the notoriously anti-Semitic and anti-white founder of the Movement to Protect the People (MTOPP), an organization which uses hateful tactics to oppose any commercial developments in Crown Heights, allegedly assaulted a worker who was cutting grass at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, a witness told CrownHeights.info.
A disturbing incident was caught on surveillance camera in Flatbush, where a con artist purposely rode his bike into a stationary car, then fell to the ground and feigned injury.
A black youth who attacked a Jewish student and stole his hat and Yarmulka admitted to targeting the boy due to his religion, and said the attack was part of a ‘bet’ between the assailant and his friends.
A 14-year-old youth was arrested and charged with grand larceny as a possible bias crime after he snatched a “Yarmulka” [Jewish head covering] off a 13-year-old Jewish boy.
Police confiscated a cache of weapons from a Crown Heights apartment Thursday, including six firearms and over 100 rounds of ammunition.
Police have identified a pattern of car burglaries plaguing the entire area within the boundaries of the 71st Precinct. Many of the targeted vehicles are Chrysler Town and Countrys.
Also in the extended article: one burglary victim shares an innovative idea on how to secure your minivan.
During a court appearance earlier this week, the man arrested in connection with the stabbing of Yehuda Leib Brikman on a Crown Heights street was found unfit to stand trial due to mental illness.
A 56-year-old woman was shot on Nostrand Avenue after an argument nearby descended into violence.
On Sunday, May 15, a man broke into an electronics store on the corner of Sterling Place and Troy Avenue in Crown Heights. The burglar made off with cash, tablets, video games and gaming consoles worth thousands of dollars, and is being sought by police.
Three Additional Juveniles, a 12-year old and two 14-year-old’s, were arrested Thursday evening in connection with the arson burning of a Jewish owned school bus in Crown Heights.
Police have announced the arrest of a second 11-year-old boy in connection with the arson of a school bus outside a Jewish school in Crown Heights earlier this week.
A thief entered the driveway of Crown Heights home and stole a package that had been left there by delivery personnel. The thief then placed the package in an expensive garbage bin and walked off the property in broad daylight.
Police are looking for a woman who robbed a man inside his Crown Heights apartment while she was dressed as a Verizon worker.
CrownHeights.info has obtained surveillance footage that clearly captured the arson incident which occurred in front of Beis Rivkah Sunday evening, in which a school bus was set ablaze by a group of children.
A school bus was set ablaze Sunday evening in what witnesses say was deliberately set by a group of children.
A group of teenagers was acting rowdy and throwing rocks at people on Eastern Parkway. One of the teens was confronted by a Jewish man, who restrained him after he punched him in the face.
A brick, aimed at the head of a Jewish bus driver, thankfully missed its mark and instead struck the mirror and body of the bus, causing significant damage. The young teenagers who threw the brick fled into an adjacent subway station and onto the train tracks.
The NYPD is searching for the man who allegedly used two broken beer bottles to slash another man in the neck Saturday night in Crown Heights. The attack took place in front of a deli at the corner of Schenectady Avenue and Sterling Place at roughly 11 p.m.
Police have identified a pattern of work van break-ins in the neighborhood in recent months, committed by burglars who steal tools and equipment from parked vehicles.
After spotting and identifying a notorious package thief, Shomrim provided NYPD detectives with instrumental assistance, which ultimately lead to the arrest of Derrick Pricher last week.
A man was stabbed in the back inside an Eastern Parkway apartment building after getting into an argument with a “friend.” The assailant was apprehended at the scene, and the victim was taken to a nearby hospital.