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TriBeCa »

Driver Hacks at Car With Machete in Holland Tunnel, PAPD Says

Joel Estevez was arrested for the road rage outburst, police said.

Midtown »

Cabbie Being Held Up at Knifepoint Swerves Toward Police Car

Port Authority officials said Vincent DiSieno, 50, held a knife to a cabdriver's throat.

Bloomfield »

Staten Island Mother Beat Child During Meeting at School, Police Say

Bintu Fofanah, 36, choked, slapped and punched her daughter during a meeting.

Financial District »

New Port Authority Police Go on Drunken Rampage After Graduation

A group of Port Authority rookies celebrated graduation by getting drunk and fighting, sources said.

East Elmhurst »

LaGuardia Airport Terminal Evacuated After Smoking Bag Spotted

Baggage handlers spotted smoke coming from a passanger's bag at LaGuardia Airport, PAPD officials said.

Midtown »

Man Harasses Women at Port Authority, Punches Officer Who Arrests Him: PAPD

James Peeples, 28, dislocated a PAPD officer's shoulder, a Port Authority spokesman said.

Chelsea »

Shocker! Man Arrested for Stealing Defibrillator from 23rd St PATH Station

Michael Howard, 20, was arrested for a similar theft of a defibrillator in December.

Washington Heights »

Man Falls to His Death Off George Washington Bridge

A man fell to his death after hanging from a bridge railing Friday afternoon, officials said

Washington Heights »

Man Leaps To Death From George Washington Bridge

A man was found dead after jumping off the George Washington Bridge.

Springfield Gardens »

Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing at JFK Because of Suspicious Wires

The wires were later found to be harmless, a JFK Airport official said.  

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Overweight Megabus Turned Back by Port Authority Police

Port Authority cops stopped a Megabus that was 4,000 pounds overweight from entering the Lincoln Tunnel.

Downtown »

First Responders Visit 9/11 Memorial for the First Time

Mayor Michael Bloomberg attended a wreath-laying ceremony in memory of first responders on Sept. 20, 2011.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Christopher Street Bartender Hopeful His Attackers Will Be Found

Police called Michael Dionne and asked if he thought he could identify a suspect following his attack at a PATH station.