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Manhattan Inmate Stashed Bedsheets in Cell in Potential Escape Plot

MDC inmate Ernest Murphy hid bedsheets in his cell for a possible escape, the DOI said.

Greenwich Village »

Officer Indicted for Using Dead Man's Credit Card to Buy Diamond Ring: DA

Ymmacula Pierre, 30, bought a diamond ring worth more than $3,200 from Zales, prosecutors said. 

Civic Center »

Deadlocked Etan Patz Jury Says Deliberations Were Tough But Not Contentious

Afters weeks of deliberations, a mistrial was declared in the Etan Patz Case.

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Stolen Gun From Georgia Used in Shooting of NYPD Officer, Police Say

The gun was stolen with 23 other weapons from a bait and tackle shop in Perry, Georgia, police said.

Upper West Side »

After-School Staffer Sexually Assaulted, Smoked Pot With Teens, Police Say

Jamal Baughan, 22, is accused of smoking pot with teens, raping one and sexually assaulting another. 

Washington Heights »

Manhattan District Attorney Opens Washington Heights Office

DA Cyrus Vance Jr. kept his 2009 campaign promise to open an Uptown office.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Student Lit Classmate on Fire Then Videotaped Her Burning: Officials

Jaime Castano's video was spotted on Snapchat by his roommate, police said.

Civic Center »

Pharmaceutical Exec Convicted of Manslaughter in Death of Autistic Son

Gigi Jordan was convicted of manslaughter Wednesday, but was not convicted of murder.

Washington Heights »

Teen Driver Who Killed 4-Year-Old Arrested for Dragging Officer 100 Feet

Franklin Reyes was arrested for dragging an officer 100 feet after being pulled over, police said.

Belmont »

Gun Dealer Sold Weapons Near Bronx Zoo Entrance, Officials Say

Javon Burgess, 36, sold guns to an undercover detective outside the Bronx Zoo five separate times.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn DA Hynes to Run as Republican and Conservative After Primary Loss

The veteran prosecutor, defeated in the Democratic primary, will continue on two other party lines.

Williamsburg »

All Bets Are Off in Brooklyn as DA, Cops Bust Borough's Illegal Gambling

Cops have busted at least 46 gambling dens in Brooklyn in the last year and a half, court records show.

Gramercy »

National Arts Club Votes in New President

Rev. Tom Pike, former rector of the Calvary-St. George's Church, is the National Arts Club's president.

New York City »

'Dating Game' Killer Rodney Alcala Pleads Guilty to Two NYC Murders

Rodney Alcala pleaded guilty to killing Cornelia Crilley and Ellen Hover in the 1970s.