Nearly 250 additional people were locked up each day for minor crimes during the peak arrest year.
Two women were harassed by a stranger on Sixth Avenue, police said.
Neighborhood in the Nineties is suing the city over a controversial West 95th Street shelter.
Four bikes, including a Citi Bike, were swiped last week in Lower Manhattan, police said.
Attackers grabbed the man's cellphone and fled on West Brighton Avenue, cops said.
Police released a photo of a man suspected in a burglary on University Avenue.
The two suspects used a card that had been reported stolen, police said.
The 27-year-old victim was attacked July 26, on Visitation Place in Red Hook, police say.
Police say the 83-year-old woman was conned into handing over a 'large amount' of cash.
Police said a thief stole an iPhone from a commuter at the West 157th Street 1 train station on July 25.
Residents say the scaffolding has been there for years and is a potential hideout for drug dealers.
Remel Newson, 20 was simply posting the lyrics of a Drake song, his lawyer says.
The suspect targeted a 73-year-old blind man in two robberies; one incident left the victim hospitalized.
The City Council also passed the 2014 budget and overrode the mayor's veto of the paid sick leave bill.
Residents of a Third Street apartment building say checks were stolen from their mailbox.
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