The NYPD has identified about 370 youth crews in the city.
Police found the dog outside of an Inwood grocery store and posted its picture on Facebook.
The precinct launched its own Facebook page on Tuesday and quickly amassed more than 250 likes.
When Ella Grasch, 36, met Jay Kallio, 59, she resolved to help him with his living situation.
Bids in an eBay auction of his profile reached $165 before the online marketplace shut him down.
The protesters chanted, "Don't Cruz here!"
A pilot program will kick off next month at the 109th Precinct in Flushing.
The popular chain currently has three Manhattan locations, all below 72nd Street.
Puddin', located at 102 St. Mark's Place, announced its closure on Facebook Sunday night.
Two Facebook posts included the police officer emoji followed by several gun emojis pointing at the cop.
Small business owners say their social media efforts are yielding new customers and more sales.
Progress in a romantic relationship can be measured against a hierarchy of social media interactions.
Trevis Hall is being questioned in the brutal killing of his girlfriend, Margarita Rivera.
Nino Montano, 57, tricked business owners into paying him for repairs they didn't need, police said.
A carriage horse galloped through Hell's Kitchen before being stopped by the NYPD.
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