A sign welcoming the young Shluchim who traveled in to Crown Heights for the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, was torn down and destroyed just a few hours after it was hung up.
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The attack of a Chasidic man in a Brooklyn subway station is being investigated as a hate crime by the NYPD.
Two Palestinian terrorists stormed into the Kehilat Yaakov Shul in Har Nof, Jerusalem armed with meat cleavers and guns and went on a bloody rampage – killed four and injuring many more. Three of the victims were U.S. citizens and a fourth was British.
On Friday, about an hour before Shabbos, Shomrim received a call from the mother of a teary-eyed 8-a year-old girl, whose new bicycle had just been stolen.
A pair of sophisticated burglars wearing ski masks and gloves broke into Albany Bakery in Crown Heights last night, and made off with a substantial sum of cash. A surveillance video captured footage of the daring robbery, which took less than 15 minutes from start to finish.
On Thursday, November 6, at around 7:15pm, two teenagers standing on the 2/3 subway platform at the Franklin Avenue station in Crown Heights were approached by a group of nine suspects who demanded they hand over their property.
A teenager opened fire on a group teens across the street, just steps away from a public school and Yeshiva on Albany Avenue. One victim was taken to the hospital for a gunshot wound to the arm.
In the light of day and in the heart of Crown Heights, two African-American men assaulted and mugged a young Jewish man. Thanks to the heroic efforts of several bystanders, one of the perpetrators was caught and arrested.
A 911 call for ‘possible weapons’ inside of the building of the Aliya Institute lead police to discover a number of firearms, including an assault rifle, a hunting rifle and a pellet gun, as well as a large quantity of drugs.
Three thieves, in two separate incidents, were arrested as a result of the hard work and vigilance of Shomrim volunteers in the span of 30 minutes yesterday, Sunday evening, in Crown Heights.
This was a car break-in the likes of which Shomrim never experienced before. A man was apprehended after smashing the window of a minivan, only police later discovered that he had the owner’s permission to do so.
Yesterday evening at around 9:30pm, two Jewish men were assaulted and threatened with a gun in the heart of Crown Heights, in what appears to be an unprovoked attack.
A sick new ‘game’ making its rounds on social media inspired a group of young teenagers to assault a 13-year-old Jewish girl in Crown Heights. The name of the game is ‘What the he** are they?’
A determined bike thief was apprehended after first attempting, then later successfully stealing a bicycle on Sterling Street. After a long chase the suspected thief was apprehended.
At around 9:00pm Thursday night, a Crown Heights woman going to a Simcha at the Razag Ballroom left her car with the valet employees for parking. In the few minutes it sat in front of the building with the key in the ignition, a man jumped inside and drove off with it.
Thieves were hard at work Thursday night, stealing all four tires off two vehicles, one of which was parked in a driveway in front of the owner’s home.
Police have arrested two of the three men suspected of viciously beating and robbing a young woman in Crown Heights earlier this month.
Three men mugged a 21-year-old woman in Crown Heights earlier this month, tackling her and punching in the face repeatedly – breaking her nose – before stealing her cellphone and purse.
A brand new Honda Accord belonging to a member of Anash, which was parked on President Street between Kingston and Albany Avenues, was the latest victim of the mysterious wheel thieves who have been operating with impunity and devastating vehicle owners all over Crown Heights over the last couple of years.
A suspected thief was arrested after attempting to ‘sell back’ a stolen iPhone to its owner. Collaboration between the victim, Shomrim and the NYPD led to the recovery of the phone and the victim’s money.
A 12-year-old girl in Crown Heights is the latest victim of a knockout attack. The girl’s father says his daughter was simply walking back from the grocery store on East New York Avenue Tuesday night when a man on a bike attacked her.
At around 12:30pm on Shabbos afternoon, a melee broke out on the corner of Albany Avenue and Crown Street as the congregants of several Shuls in the vicinity rushed outside to the sounds of a Jewish woman’s blood-curling screams.