This morning, in the heart of Crown Heights and in broad daylight, a group of teenagers attempted to mug a Jewish man with a firearm. A volunteer for the Crown Heights Shomrim witnessed the mugging, and successfully put a stop to it.
An impatient driver ignored the flashing red lights of a school bus and ran down a 7-year-old boy in front of the eyes of horrified parents and terrified children.
Two Crown Heights men were arrested last week after attempting to flee the scene of a crash on Empire Boulevard. Police discovered a cache of drugs in their van and later arrested a third man after he attempted to sneak a duffel bag out of the van, police found more drugs in the bag.
A number of people are lucky to be alive after a collision between an SUV and a sedan occurred in a busy Empire Boulevard intersection. The sedan lost control and slammed into a building – just missing a number of pedestrians that were waiting in a bus stop. The driver of the sedan fled the scene.
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A New York police officer was taken to hospital with minor injuries after being sucker-punched by a young man he tried to arrest Sunday evening at the Utica Ave. subway station in Crown Heights, police said.
This afternoon, at around 12:30pm, a Jewish-owned home on President Street between Schenectady and Utica Avenues was robbed at gunpoint by three African-American men who knocked at the door.
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A teen driver who fled police after officers smelled pot coming from his car fatally struck a 21-year-old pedestrian in Crown Heights early Monday morning, according to an NYPD report.
A man was found dead this afternoon in the basement of his home, which is next door to the largest Jewish girls’ school in Crown Heights. Police are investigating the death as a homicide.
Early Wednesday morning, at around 6:45am, a man stormed into the Sunoco gas station at 1412 Eastern Pkwy. in Crown Heights, pull out a gun, and demanded money.
A tutor working in boy’s schools in Crown Heights was arrested last week and charged with a number of heinous crimes, including child molestation and endangerment. Neighborhood schools release statements on his arrest.
A Chabad Shliach active in the Israeli city of Chevron has received a number of alarming death threats on his facebook page. The threats appear to be coming from a Hamas aligned Palestinian terrorist.
On Motzai Shabbos two Jewish men were assaulted in separate incidents where the assailent attempted to rob the victims. One of the victims was rushed by Hatzalah to a hospital.
A vehicle parked on Albany Ave. near the corner of President Street 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.
What should have been a routine traffic stop turned into a car chase that ended when the driver slammed into two other cars when he attempted to flee. One person was injured and the driver was arrested.
After two people were mugged and shot at, police have apprehended a man who attempted to commit a third and similar robbery in the same vicinity. He is being investigated as the suspect behind the recent string of robberies and shootings.
In the second shooting incident in as many days, a 19-year-old African-American girl was shot three times near the entrance to her apartment building on Maple Street and Kingston Ave. She was rushed to Kings County Hospital, where she remains in critical but stable condition. Police are investigating if this incident is related to the one that occurred in the same spot three days ago, when a Jewish man was robbed and shot by a thug wearing a ‘keffiyeh.’
A Jewish man was mugged at gunpoint and shot at late last night on Kingston Avenue. The mugger was described as a black male who was wearing an Arab ‘keffiyeh.’
As of Sunday night, A full week has gone by without a single killing in New York City, a rare milestone.
At around 3:00am Sunday morning, February 1st, a 32-year-old woman was walking on Troy Ave. between Sterling and Park when she was approached from behind by a man wearing a black ‘hoodie.’
An SUV belonging to a member of Crown Heights Hatzalah was stolen late Tuesday night. The vehicle contained the volunteer’s lifesaving equipment and emergency warning lights.
At around noon on Friday, two men entered Responsible Liquor on Empire Boulevard; the owner noticed that their behavior was suspicious and furtive, so he kept a close eye on them. Sure enough, one of them slipped a bottle of expensive tequila under his coat and they both ran out of the store.
A number of Crown Heightsers are concerned over calls they have been receiving asking for urgent assistance. In many cases the caller asked for a sum of cash to help prevent him from being evicted. The kicker? The caller addresses people by first name and poses as someone they “know by face from 770.”