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Deadlocked Etan Patz Jury Says Deliberations Were Tough But Not Contentious

Afters weeks of deliberations, a mistrial was declared in the Etan Patz Case.

Meatpacking District »

Boyfriend of Sylvie Cachay Found Guilty in Soho House Murder

Nicholas Brooks, 27, faces life in prison after being convicted Thursday in the murder of Sylvie Cachay.

East Village »

Man Convicted of Punching Woman Over East Village Parking Spot

Oscar Fuller escaped the most serious charge for punching Lana Rosas, who wound up in a coma.

Midtown & Theater District »

Cipriani Cook Found Guilty of Assaulting Woman He Threw Into 'R' Train

Jose Rojas, 26, was convicted of first-degree assault and faces up to 25 years in prison.

Harlem »

Mistrial Declared in Drug Trial Connected to Tainted Cop

A mistrial by hung jury was declared Wednesday in the trial of a Harlem man charged will selling drugs to an undercover police officer.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Northern Manhattan Police Officer Acquitted of Perjury and Misconduct

Rookie police officer Michael Carsey, 30, was acquitted of perjury and official misconduct charges.

Downtown »

Third Contractor Acquitted in Deadly Deutsche Bank Fire

Judge Rena Uviller found John Galt. Corp. and Mitchell Alvo not guilty of manslaughter in the Deutsche Bank fire.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Councilwomen Blast Not Guilty Verdict In Cops Trial

Protesters call on judge to give officers the maximum sentence for official misconduct.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cops Found Not Guilty of East Village Rape

The jury found cops Kenneth Moreno, 43, and Franklin Mata, 29, not guilty of rape charges, but both convicted of official misconduct.