Another fatal shooting took place this afternoon in Lincoln Terrace “Rochester” Park, sending children scattering and adults ducking for cover. According to the police, the suspected shooter shot the 53-year-old victim in the head before fleeing on foot towards Rochester Ave.
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A Crown Heights father had their fears realized Friday morning, after a mentally disturbed man grabbed his sons arm while on his way to school, attempting to take him away.
Shots were reported having been fired in Crown Heights at approximately 9:45pm Thursday evening near the corner of Schenectady Ave and Union Street. No injuries were reported.
Three joyriding teenagers made the perfect theft for New York City, then dumped it in a Crown Heights alley. The teenagers had lifted a pickup truck from the New York City Housing Authorities location in the southern part of Crown Heights, and decided to take it on a joy ride.
The 71st Precinct, which covers a majority of he Crown Heights Jewish community, announced the seizure of two guns taken off the streets. The guns, Sig Saur and Bretta model handguns, were seized with ammunition.
After a short hiatus, the relative calm of Crown Heights was again broken with a shooting Wednesday afternoon. No victims were located on scene.
A hit and run driver slammed into two parked cars Motzei Shabbos, abandoning his wrecked vehicle in the middle of a Crown Heights intersection. The 71st Precinct is investigating the incident.
Do you know this man? He recently became the proud owner of two packages left unattended on a Crown Heights porch Shabbos morning. The theft took place around 5:00am in the area of President Street near Schenectady Ave.
A man was shot in the leg Tuesday night in what appears to have been a firefights in a parking lot of the Albany Ave projects. The victim was considered to be in non life threatening condition, and was transported to the hospital.
That was the answer that a Crown Heights resident received after she called the police to report multiple packages stolen from her porch on Carroll Street between New York Ave and Brooklyn Ave on Monday.
It’s become the newest conspiracy. “The thieves breaking into the cars in Crown Heights have this magical contraption that unlocks doors.” The truth is, that we just forget to lock them, or accidentally sit on our key fobs. This video of a thief in Crown Heights illustrates that, after he nearly falls off his bike when a car door opens unexpectedly.
A fatal shooting took place in Crown Heights Friday afternoon, leaving one dead and no other injuries. The 71st Precinct Homicide detectives are leading the investigation, with the street blocked off as a crime scene.
It’s Crown Heights’s Motto, If it’s not bolted down, we will steal it, and if it is, we will break it. So this video isn’t special, it’s just a regular law abiding citizen breaking into Mr. Greens mailbox on Albany Ave, and stealing a package. The “good” man even helped out the owners, picking up the mail that spilled out of the mailbox when he broke it.
One person was shot and another stabbed in Crown Heights last night, making it another violent night for the local residents.
The New York City Police Patrolman’s Benevolent Association has published an alert for the officers of the NYPD, after a man was arrested cutting a brake line on an NYPD vehicle.
A 23-year-old man was shot in Crown Heights Saturday just minutes before Mayor Bill de Blasio took the stage at a peace walk blocks away.
In just ten hours Tuesday night, two shootings incidents in Crown Heights left one dead and six others shot, all in the confines of the 71st precinct.