Seventeen men and women used fake credit cards to buy merchandise at luxury stores, prosecutors said.
The scammer handed a woman a package he claimed contained $75,000, and asked her to give it to charity.
Andre Robinson faces a misdemeanor charge for torturing an animal.
Lurene Elias allegedly told friends she inherited a multi-million dollar estate and needed to pay fees.
Elizabeth Nero, 55, was indicted for embezzling around $325,000 from a Carroll Gardens plumbing company.
A group of women beat up a cab driver after trying to get out of the car without paying, police said.
The suspect was caught outside the VIP Room on West 13th Street with a forged NYPD ID, police said.
The $25,000 Mark Landis painting is being sold to promote the documentary "Art and Craft."
Marie Thys, 24, stabbed a woman in the thigh with a stiletto shoe, police said.
John Malloy allegedly forged paperwork in 2012 to try and collect $1,000 for a recovered gun.
Two companies allegedly hired people off Craiglist to forge safety reports at construction sites.
The attack began with an argument over the 28-year-old vendor's food, police said.
Michael Forman, 72, took more than $5,000 for an apartment at 98-100 Thompson St., police said.
A woman who was stopped by officers outside University Place Gourmet Deli bit one of them, police said.
The Brooklyn Museum may have to spend $286,000 a year to store forgeries and unviewable art.
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