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Mount Hope »

MAP: 577 People Shot in NYC So Far This Year, Data Shows

There were 577 shootings in the first half of 2015, 10 percent more than in the first half of 2014.

Forest Hills »

NYPD Promotes Forest Hills Precinct Commander to Deputy Inspector

Captain Judith Harrison will be promoted to Deputy Inspector Friday.

Corona »

110th Precinct Gets New Commanding Officer as Ronald Leyson Departs

Capt. Chris Manson is taking over from Deputy Inspector Leyson, who's headed to Patrol Borough North.

Greenwich Village »

New NYPD Outreach Effort Has Officers Speaking at Houses of Worship

An initiative from police headquarters encouraged outreach in local churches, a police chief said.

Forest Hills »

Departing 112th Precinct Commander Oversaw 2 Years Without a Single Murder

Capt. Thomas Conforti is leaving the 112th Precinct for the 109th Precinct in Flushing.

Forest Hills »

Woman Tossed Coffee in F Train Rider's Face, Police Say

The suspect allegedly punched another woman aboard an F train in Forest Hills.

Flushing »

Five DWI Cases Thrown Out After Judges Rule NYPD Set Up Illegal Checkpoints

The stops Highway Patrol officers called "step out" surveillance were illegal, judges ruled.

Forest Hills »

Man Charged with String of 11 Break-Ins Around Queens

Mario Girau is charged with stealing jewelry, electronics and sports memorabilia.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Burglary Suspect Arrested After DNA Hit

Paul Hisler is being eyed in a string of burglaries in Forest Hills earlier this year.

Forest Hills »

'Harlem Shake' Craze Gets Forest Hills High School Student Arrested

A Queens student was arrested for organizing a mass performance of the "Harlem Shake" dance craze.

Forest Hills »

Off-Duty Cop Charged With DWI After Hit-and-Run, Police Say

Wesam Isaac, 27, was arrested Wednesday for allegedly driving drunk and leaving the scene of an accident.

Forest Hills »

Felony Assaults Skyrocket in Forest Hills, Cops Say

Forest Hills' crime rate jumped 164 percent, but it's still one of the city's safest, authorities said.