A group of nine cars were vandalized and had their windows broken in a vandalism spree that in Crown Heights that has spanned a week. It is unknown if items were stolen during the break ins, or if the man behind it had a different motivation in mind.
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The Crown Heights Beis Din, in an incredible move, has signed on to a unity deal to put aside its years long split, creating a united Beis Din. The deal, signed by all members of the Beis Din, ends a feud that has split the entire community.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Balak:
Retail and Customer Service Associate
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Project calm, capable attitude while working efficiently
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1+ year customer interaction
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Crown Heights Shomrim has put out an alert to the community for a man wanted by the police in Crown Heights. The man had allegedly been attempting to pass fake bills to a local establishment, before getting violent and smashing a computer screen with a chair. If you have any information on this person, please call 911 and Shomrim at 718-774-3333.
2 Bedroom Co-op
Located on Kingston Ave
Between Empire & Lefferts
Very nice condition
Lots of windows
Lots of sunlight
1,050 Square Feet
Top floor – 2 Elevators
Exclusively by Heights Properties
For appointments contact:
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
CSSY is currently running a summer campaign called “Just One Shabbos” asking the community to sponsor at least one Shabbos for a Crown Heights family.
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, an intoxicated driver crashed his car in Crown Heights, hitting three parked vehicles. Crown Heights Shomrim responded to the accident, and the man was ultimately arrested by the Police.
A sharp eyed Shomrim volunteer witnessed a woman stealing packages in Crown Heights, Monday afternoon. After just a few minutes, she was placed under arrest by the police, and the packages returned.
Attorney General WIlliam Barr held a summit on combating anti-Semitism. During his remarks, he noted the growing number of anti-Semitic attacks, naming Crown Heights as a location which has seen an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
A man was arrested Friday afternoon after touching a Jewish woman inappropriately on Kingston Ave. The man was arrested after Shomrim, alerted to the unwanted touching, followed the man into a building, and directed the Police right to him.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Chukas:
A child was struck by a car on Eastern Parkway Thursday afternoon, while he was crossing a street on his bike. The car remained on scene, and child was rushed to the hospital by Hatzalah.
The Levaya of R’ Ezra Nagar, OBM took place Wednesday, passing by 770 on its way to Eretz Yisroel for burial. A large crowd of community members came out to honor him.
An Orthodox Jewish police officer that works in the 77th Precinct on the North end of Crown Heights, was featured in the 77th Precincts “77 at 7” safety video.
A man was rushed to the hospital Monday, after being shot, and getting into accident while being driven to a hospital in Crown Heights. The shooting occurred near Union St and Utica Ave, and the man was driven to Brooklyn Ave and Midwood St before they got into an accident involving another car.
A 37-year-old man was hospitalized early Friday morning after being shot while driving in his car in Brooklyn. Police say the man was shot in the chest, and while trying to drive away, overturned his car.
In honor of Gimmul Tammuz, tonight, Wednesday night, there will be two buses leaving from Crown Heights and going to and from the Ohel, for a fee of only $3.
As the month long resurfacing of the streets of Crown Heights is nearing completion, some additional speed bumps have been added to the growing number already installed.
After a year of studying the Halachos of Tefillin, the Darchai Menachem boys of Kita Zayin were treated to a field trip to get some hands on experience of what they were learning.
It all started with a fight over bike lanes. Rabbi Yoni Katz, 40, almost 10 years ago noticed “tension” between “hipsters” and Hasidic people in Williamsburg centered around them. “They had their bike lanes running through Bedford Avenue, and when they used to drive their bikes through the heart of the Hasidic neighborhood, it was a big cultural shock for them,” Katz, who was born in Israel and raised in Pittsburgh, explained in a small library on Kingston Ave. where he begins his tours of Hasidic Crown Heights.
Community Board 9 (CB9) ended its regularly scheduled sessions for the summer in a state of mayhem and uncertainty, with vacancies for key board personnel.
Crown Heights NYPD 71st Precinct’s commanding officer, Francis Giordano, has been promoted to the rank of Inspector in a recent ceremony that saw many promotions across New York City’s police force.
As the year came to a close the Morah’s and Rebbeim of Oholei Torah were surprised with a scrumptious brunch, which was sponsored by R’ Shloimy and Mirele Greenwald, parents of the yeshiva.