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Inwood »

VIDEO: 2 Injured by Thrown Bottles at Inwood Nightclub, Police Say

An early morning-fight at Opus Lounge turned into a chaotic scene, police said. 

East New York »

VIDEO: Police Put Pregnant Woman in Chokehold, Advocates Say

Rosan Miller, who is 7 months pregnant, was choked after a fight over a BBQ grill, Charles Barron said.

Bushwick »

High School Teacher Arrested for Making Violent Threats, Police Say

Christopher Bennett, 29, was charged with making violent threats and scaring neighbors.

Carroll Gardens »

Barefoot Woman Arrested for Jumping Up and Down on a Volkswagen Beetle

A 30-year-old woman was arrested after crushing a Volkswagen Beetle's hood in Carroll Gardens.  

Upper East Side »

Seven People Arrested at Protest of Planned Waste Transfer Station

The protest was in response to the city's plan to remove trees on the site of a planned ramp.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Rowdy Bar Hikes Drinking Age to 25 to Pacify Neighbors

Phil's Crummy Corner has started restricting the bar to 25 and older after 10 p.m. to reduce complaints.

Claremont »

Correction Officer Arrested for Fighting With Police, NYPD Says

Gustavo Milton was arrested for fighting police who were handcuffing his girlfriend, the NYPD said.

Bushwick »

Boyfriend of Brooklyn Girl Accused of Crashing into LI Home is Locked Up

Daniel Sajewski, 23, is headed to jail for a prior offense.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Cop Allegedly Punched in the Face at Canz

Ernest Bent, 23, was arrested inside Canz a Citi Roadhouse in Manhattan for assaulting a police officer.

Crown Heights & Prospect Heights »

Traffic Agent Arrested During Car Tow Dustup

Olatakumbo Erinosho was arrested for allegedly trying to stop a city marshal from towing her car.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Take Deals on Arrest Summonses

Throngs of OWS protesters jammed into Manhattan Supreme Court Wednesday for summons hearings.

Downtown »

Dozens of Occupy Wall Street Protesters Reject Dismissal Deals in Court

The majority of Occupy Wall Street protesters who showed up in Manhattan Criminal Court Thursday vowed to take their cases to trial and not accept a dismissal deal from prosecutors.

Downtown »

$2 Million Spent on Police Overtime for Occupy Wall Street

The NYPD has spent $2 million in overtime since the Occupy Wall Street protests began nearly three weeks ago, according to Commissioner Raymond Kelly.

Downtown »

Protesters Warned Before Mass Arrests on Brooklyn Bridge, Police Say

Video footage released by police shows officers warning protesters to get off the Brooklyn Bridge roadway before they were arrested on Oct. 1, 2011.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Community Board Votes Against Liquor License Renewal for Lighthouse Cafe

CB12 recommended against renewing the Lighthouse Cafe's liquor license after repeated problems at the location.

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