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Long Island City »

108 Precinct Officers Find Lost Dog in Sunnyside, Track Down Owner

Snowy's owner was found a few hours later after the NYPD's 108th Precinct tweeted his photo.

East New York »

Suspect Arrested for September Murder of Brooklyn Man

Police arrested Delvin Garcia, 29, who they think was involved in the death of Anthony Freeman.

Ditmars »

VIDEO: Suspect Slams 78-Year-Old Man to the Ground During Astoria Robbery

The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition, police say.

Fort Greene »

Several NYPD Precinct Houses Don't Have Working Security Cameras: Sources

While most station houses have cameras inside, several do not have security cameras on the outside.

Greenwich Village »

Subway Rider Punched by Man Who Asked 'What Are You Looking At?' Police Say

A 30-year-old subway rider was left with a bloody nose and bruises after he was assaulted, police said.

Bay Ridge »

Former Laundromat Worker Threatens Woman After Bad Yelp Review

The worker told Emma Story to "keep her fat mouth shut," or he would catch her and then "it's on."

Boerum Hill »

Rush-Hour Commuters Ticketed for Fare-Beating at Bergen St. Subway Station

Straphangers said five officers fined commuters during rush hour at the Bergen Street stop Thursday.

Civic Center »

NYPD Backtracks on Machine Gun-Toting Officers Patrolling Protests

The NYPD reversed course Friday, saying its new heavily-armed unit won't roam around at protests.

Civic Center »

Machine Gun Toting Police Will Respond to Terrorists and Protesters

NYPD Comissioner Bratton announced a new 350-officer unit assigned to respond to emergencies. 

East Williamsburg »

Street Gang Dispute Sparked Shooting That Wounded 2 Teens, Police Say

The incident occurred after a fight between the shooter and a 17-year-old student at the school.

Civic Center »

69 Percent of New Yorkers Think NYPD Back-Turning Was Wrong, Poll Says

Nearly 80 percent of those polled also thought that PBA head Pat Lynch's statements were "too extreme."

Flushing »

De Blasio Says NYPD is 'Moving in Right Direction' Towards Ending Slowdown

Mayor Bill de Blasio said he believes the NYPD is back on track following arrest slowdown.

Midtown »

NYPD Officers Not Properly Disciplined for Banned Chokeholds: Report

A report by the NYPD's new inspector general found "gaps" in discipline for officers in chokehold cases.

Bed-Stuy »

Citizen Complaints Against Officers Down 55 Percent in Bed-Stuy

The 79th Precinct saw the largest decrease in 2014's civilian complaints against officers in Brooklyn.

Civic Center »

Here Are the Words Mayor Bill de Blasio Said Most Often in 2014

The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."