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Astoria »

Cops Looking for Sushi Burglar Amid Rash of Astoria Break-Ins

Burglaries in the 114th Precinct went up 13 percent including a break-in at a sushi restaurant.

Chelsea »

Cops Identify Person of Interest in Chelsea Houses Murder

Cops have identified a person of interest in the slaying of 19-year-old Dante Sanders.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg Insists City Is Not Experiencing a 'Crime Wave'

The mayor said a recent uptick in shootings does not constitute a "crime wave."

Springfield Gardens »

Grand Jury Doesn't Indict Queens Teacher's Aide Accused of Groping Kids

Brett Picou, a teacher's aide at P.S. 52 accused of groping six girls, remains suspended from work.

Long Island City »

Man Stole Pocketbook from Queens Design Store, Police Said

A man walked into F.L. Young LLC and stole a pocketbook with credit cards and cash, cops said.

Long Island City »

Man Sentenced to 19 Years for Beating Death of 'Good Samaritan'

Eric Cherry was convicted of beating Nicholas Nowillo to death in Long Island City in 2008.

Manhattan Valley »

Gang Sold Crack in Bags Marked with Dinosaurs and Lobsters

Police arrested 23 suspects in a year-long drug trafficking investigation on Wednesday morning.

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.

Astoria »

Neighborhood Watch Ready to Help Cops in Astoria

Cops have trained the first recruits of the new Astoria neighborhood watch program.

New York City »

Stop-and-Frisks Target Minorities Regardless of Neighborhood, NYCLU Says

The NYPD targets minorities from Downtown to Harlem, the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Mariners Harbor »

One Killed, Three Wounded in Early Morning Staten Island Shooting

Recent parolee Justin Stokes was killed inside 173 Brabant St. in Mariners Harbor Saturday morning

Melrose »

Police Release Video of Crowd Suspected of Beating Bronx Teen To Death

Moises Lora, 16, was killed April 16 by a group of men at the Melrose Houses.

Edenwald »

Woman Robbed at Gunpoint Leaving Bronx Subway Station

Gunman robbed and beat a woman as she left Baychester Avenue 5 train station

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg Blames Victims of iPhone Thefts

Mayor Michael Bloomberg dismissed the spike in iPhone thefts and blamed victims for waving them around.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Live-Stream Video Helps Cops Keep Eye on Troubled McDonald's

McDonald's security upgrade follows a push by locals, elected officials and police for increased safety.

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