For the porch thieves of Crown Heights, it’s another normal day. A porch thieving team caught previously on home surveillance camera relieving Crown Heights residents of their packages has been caught again, on camera.
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There was a lot of luck in the air tonight after gunfire erupted at a crammed block party in Crown Heights. Thankfully, no injuries were reported from the shooting.
Tesla, the sleek new vehicle on the road, gathers lots of attention as it glides silently down the street, with lots of pictures taken, and envious eyes following it around. Some people though, take envy a little too far, and in the case of a car thief Tuesday night, make the mistake of trying to steal one in Crown Heights.
A fifteen year old boy has been charged with attempted murder in the J’Ouvert shooting in Crown Heights that injured five, including the alleged shooters mother and a six year old boy.
The NYPD’s 71st police precinct which covers a majority of the Crown Heights Jewish community announced the seizure of another four guns Sunday night, bringing the total of confiscated guns to eleven in less than a week.
Thousands of dollars in lifesaving equipment was tracked down Monday morning after a unabashed thief broke the back window of a Hatzalah vehicle, making off with the equipment inside.
It’s not J’Ouvert in Crown Heights without violence, and despite there being no official parade, J’Ouvert did not disappoint. An early morning shooting in Crown Heights left five people shot, including a six year old boy.
With Labor Day weekend just around the corner, the Violence Suppression Team of the 71st Precinct kicked into gear, taking seven firearms off the streets of Crown Heights in under a week.
It’s always important in Crown Heights to make sure that no packages or valuables are visible when you park your car for the night. But with labor day weekend happening, it’s twice as important.
A terrifying incident took place Friday afternoon after a man pulled a knife on a school bus blocking traffic in Crown Heights. The ensuing 911 call confounded the issue with a wrong address.
We are back today with another game of “What Is This Thief Thinking!”, after this man decided that stealing this reclining lawn chair in Crown Heights was worth a brush with the law.
A bike riding package thief in Crown Heights struck again Friday, lifting merchandise left unattended on a porch.
Police made an excellent catch Motzei Shabbos, after tracking down and arresting a gunpoint robber in Crown Heights just minutes after the crime.
A word to the wise, thieves will steal anything not bolted down, and some stuff that is. This thief didn’t seem to care that he had triggered this Hawthorne Street homes motion sensor, or that his face would be plastered across the internet showing as he stole the bike just after midnight last night.
Over a violent weekend in which New York City saw tens of shooting incidents, the 71st precinct made two gun seizures from the streets of Crown Heights.
A fatal shooting took place in the early hours of Sunday morning at the Parkside entrance to Prospect Park. Police rushed to the scene where they found one person shot in the head. He was pronounced dead on scene.
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.