Jeffrey Wong told investigators that Khemraj Singh "fell on his knife," prosecutors said.
This week's top stories include a 100-year-old math teacher and the closure of six Pie Face locations.
While the Oct. 11 incident was not classified a hate crime, a hate crimes detective is aiding the case.
Juan Rosario was shot in the torso while stabbing his wife in Kingsbridge Heights, police said.
Jose Chevere, 30, and Jalissa Otero, 24, were thrown off the expressway Friday morning, police said.
Police have been called to Fort Greene Park five times in the past five months, records show.
The arrests result from a 9-month long investigation.
The action figure was hand-painted by artist Jon-Paul Kaiser during the event.
Leonard Phillips, 69, died when three men broke into his Ditmas Park home and shot him, police said.
Police found the man lying face up in a pool of blood in his West 48th Street apartment, police said.
The small park is located along East Burnside Avenue between Grand Concourse and Creston Avenue.
Christian Damgaard was caught with a stolen Citi Bike that he painted purple, police said.
The 7th Precinct has issued 90 tickets to bus operators, said Capt. Timothy Wilson.
Mitch Pope suffered a skull fracture and had stitches after the attack in his apartment lobby on Monday.
An eighth grader initially said she was was groped on her way to I.S. 5 Tuesday, officials said.
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