A 70-year-old woman was the victim of a violent attack near Crown Heights when a man approached her and violently struck her in the back of the head.
Sometimes people get angry, and that’s Ok. Losing control and breaking things on the other hand, is not. This man was recorded breaking the front glass doors at a building on the corner of Carroll St and Schenectady Ave in Crown Heights. The police and Shomrim were called, but the vandal had already disappeared when they arrived.
A video released by the Police Benevolent Association shows an F train pulling into a station this week, with car after car covered completely in graffiti. The PBA is accusing the city of bringing back “70s & 80s”-style crime.
A Jewish woman sending her child to school this morning in Crown Heights was threatened by a man holding a metal garbage can and screaming “get out of my way, you [expletive] Jew.” The perpetrator was arrested and charged with a hate crime.
A Jewish woman walking with her toddler in Crown Heights was the victim of an attempted phone snatching, before being verbally harassed with anti-Semitic and racial slurs by a teenager. Nobody stopped the teenager, who walked away after the incident.
A 73-year-old man walking on St. John’s Place near Kingston Ave. on Thursday evening after 11:00pm was attacked without warning by a stranger who clocked him in the left eye.
Officers from the NYPD 71st Precinct Anti Crime Team made an arrest this weekend in Crown Heights of a man who was in possession of an illegal firearm.
If you were considering a career as a package thief, you might try to snatch a box in the dark of night, or you could show up in broad daylight with a large bag to stuff with all the boxes you could carry. This Crown Heights thief went with the second option, carting off packages worth over $750 from a house on President St.
A security incident took place around 9:15am Thursday morning at Beis Rivkah Crown Street, after a mentally disturbed person broke a window and threatened a security guard.
The Boro Park owners of a stolen minivan have been reunited with their vehicle thanks to seamless collaboration between two Shomrim organizations and a sharp eyed volunteer.
A package thief was caught in the act and confronted by a Crown Heights resident this week. The resident snapped a photo of the thief, sending him away without his loot.
Just an hour after Crown Heights Shomrim finished with a hate filled incident on Albany Ave, Shomrim responded to a call for a young teenager who had pulled out what looked like a gun on a Jewish woman. He was arrested by the NYPD.
A man walking up Albany Ave triggered a large police and Shomrim response Tuesday afternoon, as he spewed hate at Jewish people walking on the Ave. The police took the man into custody, and sent him to the hospital for an evaluation.
In the wake of the horrific stabbing attack in Monsey New York, and the string of violent hate crimes against the Jewish community in Brooklyn, Chabad of the Bluegrass hosted a day of Unity, Solidarity and Prayer.
A 24-year-old man was shot in the leg Thursday morning during what police say was an apparent dispute in a Crown Heights home.
Some people are smart and they know it, others are smart and don’t know it. Then there are those like this guy, who is doing something not smart, and apparently doesn’t realize it.
Another Hate filled incident hit Crown Heights Motzei Shabbos as a man yelling about killing Jews shocked witnesses. The man fled on a bike, and was not able to be located by Shomrim or the Police.
An Anti-Semitic incident shocked witnesses shabbos afternoon, when a man shouting anti-Semitic slurs pulled out a knife on New York Ave, just blocks away from the 71st police precinct.
Thanks to an alert Shomrim volunteer, a Crown Heights package thief along with his girlfriend were taken into custody. A witnesses video of the action went viral, spotlighting the risks to the volunteers safety.
I’m not sure if this guy is high on drugs, or has some spiritual reason he needed to so this, but breaking into a building just to steal a doormat seems a bit foolish. Of course this happened in Crown Heights.
A fifth Crown Heights building became the victim of a package thief who likes to break the front glass doors of buildings to gain entry. It is unknown what exactly was taken from the building.
In another shocking incident, a woman was physically harassed by two teens as she walked in broad daylight on Eastern Parkway Tuesday afternoon. Shomrim obtained video of the incident.