First Precinct

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TriBeCa »

Cop in DA's Wiretaps Squad Filed $5K in Bogus Invoices, Prosecutors Say

Det. Michael Bazerman maintains that authorities lost the equipment due to poor accounting practices.

TriBeCa »

Downtown's First Precinct Welcomes New Top Cop

Capt. Brendan Timoney, previously with the Ninth Precinct, is now First Precinct. commanding officer.

Battery Park City »

Blacks Account For 57% of Downtown Stop-And-Frisks, But 3% of Population

There were 3,626 stops in Manhattan's First Precinct in 2011, according the the NYPD.

SoHo »

SoHo Street Vendors Sue City Over 'Illegal' Raid

Street vendors whose goods were seized in May say NYPD officers issued them tickets unfairly.

SoHo »

City Should Overhaul Complex Street Vendor Laws, Police Say

SoHo residents are demanding big changes to rules for vendors they say have taken over their streets.

TriBeCa »

'Loud' FreshDirect Truck Draws Noise Complaints in TriBeCa

A FreshDirect truck that parks at Thomas and Hudson streets is too loud, locals said.

Downtown »

Police Hunt Suspect in Downtown Break-Ins

Photo released of man believed to be involved in series of eight Financial heists in recent weeks.

Manhattan »

NYPD Hunts Suspect in String of Subway Robberies

The suspect allegedly robbed seven people in February and March.

Manhattan »

Rapper Jim Jones Arrested in SoHo for Driving Without License

Jones was issued a desk appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in court April 26.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

9/11 Anniversary Bumps Date of Fashion's Night Out

The annual SoHo fashion event, normally held on Sept. 10, will be moved to Sept. 8 this year because of security concerns.

Manhattan »

NYPD Blotter: Downtown Crime Round Up

Crimes in lower Manhattan's 1st Precinct this week include wallet snatchers and Mucinex theft.

Manhattan »

NYPD Blotter: Downtown Crime Roundup

A bride lost her engagement ring the night before her wedding, and police arrested two men for subway thefts.

Manhattan »

Commanding Officer Leaves First Precinct After Five Years of Service

Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna is moving to Patrol Borough Manhattan South.

Manhattan »

Crime Down in Lower Manhattan, According to Latest Stats

Lower Manhattan saw fewer robberies, felony assaults and grand larcenies so far this year.

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