A Jewish man was violently mugged Thursday evening and his cellphone was taken by two teens. Unrelenting, the victim chased one assailant and managed to recover his phone. Collaboration between Shomrim and Police led to his arrest.
Reports of gunshots inside a Crown Heights building prompted police to raid the basement unit of the Union Street building and discover a suspected illegal gambling den.
Authorities are looking for a man who they say hailed a yellow cab in Crown Heights, then robbed the driver after being taken to Brownsville. The perpetrator is still at large.
A 15-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after a bullet meant for someone else tore a hole in her coat, leaving her shaken but unhurt. The incident occured on Shabbos afternoon in front of Congregation Ahavas Moshe, also known as the Maple Street Shul.
Heavily armed agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, along with other law enforcement agencies raided a house on Brooklyn Avenue in Crown Heights as part of an ongoing firearms trafficking investigation.
Police detectives say that the alleged victim of anti-Semitic harassment has retracted vital portions of his story, and that the suspect in the incident has been released without charge.
At around noon in Crown Heights today, a Jewish man was walking near the corner of Eastern Parkway and Albany Avenue, when an unidentified man walked over to him, spit on him, and shouted “all you Jews must die.”
A 10-year-old Chasidic boy walking home in Williamsburg last night became the subject of a bias crime after being shoved to the ground by an unknown attacker who said “I hate Jews.”
NYPD officers assisting Jersey City cops in a search that led to Brooklyn found themselves in a drug den with nearly $1 million in cash and 100 pounds of drugs in a Crown Heights apartment.
An NYPD S.W.A.T. team in tactical gear responded this afternoon to an apartment building in Crown Heights after a woman stabbed her roommate and then barricaded herself in the apartment.
A teen wearing a “Star Wars” shirt robbed a convenience store in Crown Heights at gunpoint last month, the NYPD announced.
The story about a creep who stalked two siblings in Crown Heights, turns out to be a complete fabrication. Turns out that the siblings concocted the tall tale because they were mad at their baby sitter, but their story did not hold up once police took a closer look and a supposed suspect turned himself in.
A creep who, since Friday, stalked an 8-year-old girl as well as her 12-year-old brother in Crown Heights, has now left the family a frightening note in their mailbox, “Watch out. I am watching you!! Your daughter is cute.”
Update: Sources are reporting that the suspect turned himself in to a police station after seeing his image on news reports. The community can breathe a sigh of relief as he is now in police custody.
A 27-year-old Jewish woman was arrested after she took a baby from a stroller in the women’s section in 770. Police apprehended the woman nearby and returned the baby to his mother.
SEE IT: A 12-year-old Jewish boy was brutally assaulted by a group of black pre-teens in a brazen attack on Friday night along Eastern Parkway. Family members miffed by the inaction of many police officers.
Two young teenaged girls were attacked while walking on Kingston Avenue on the second night of Yomtov by a woman who expressed outrage over their religious beliefs. A man who tried to intervene in their defense was attacked as well.
A Jewish woman was suddenly and unprovokedly accosted by woman who grabbed her wig off her head and shouted an anti-Semitic expletive at her, while she was walking on Eastern Parkway.
A hate-filled message was scrawled on a bench opposite the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in Crown Heights.
A man was arrested after he assaulted a Jewish man on President Street on Sunday afternoon.
Three members of a prominent French Jewish family were kidnapped, tied up, brutally beaten and robbed on Thursday night in their home in the suburb of Livry-Gargan northeast of Paris. “You are Jewish, you have money,” the assailants said before brutally attacking them, threatening to kill them.
A recidivist burglar and thief was apprehended and arrested after he was spotted by a sharp-eyed Shomrim volunteer as he was breaking into cars on Carroll Street in Crown Heights. When police attempted to take him into custody, he violently resisted arrest.
Last night, Sunday, during the pre-Labor Day Parade ‘J’ouvert’ celebrations in and around Crown Heights, police responded to two shootings, one of which was fatal.