Civic Center »

NYPD Detective Tried to Scam $1,000 From Gun Buyback Program, DA Says

John Malloy allegedly forged paperwork in 2012 to try and collect $1,000 for a recovered gun. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Hundreds of Old Pot Cases Could Be Tossed Under DA's New Marijuana Policy

Dozens of Brooklyn prosecutors are evaluating pending charges on a "case-by-case" basis, the DA said.

Kew Gardens »

Queens Woman Who Gave Illegal Butt Injections Sentenced to Jail Tuesday

Liliana Coello pleaded guilty in May to injecting two women. She will serve up to three years in prison.

Park Slope »

NYPD Tells Officers to Keep Making Pot Arrests, Despite Brooklyn DA's Memo

Officers were told to keep enforcing the law, despite Thompson's vow to dismiss many marijuana charges.

High Bridge »

Yankees Fan Mocked for Napping at Game Sues Team for $10M

Andrew Robert Rector sued the announcers and the Yankees for defamation and emotional distress.

DUMBO »

ReBar Owner Banned for Life From Restaurant Industry for Ruining Weddings

The amount Jason Stevens owes could grow to $1.8 million for 150 couples, sources said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Man Charged in Fatal Stabbing of 6-Year-Old Told Police 'Satan Has Powers'

Daniel St. Hubert was arraigned on murder charges Wednesday after being indicted by a grand jury.

Civic Center »

'Cannibal Cop' to Walk Free After Judge Overturns Verdict

Gilberto Valle will be allowed to live at his mother's home until he is re-sentenced.

Upper West Side »

Ousted Wine and Roses Manager Takes Back Reins After Legal Battle

Jennifer Klein has returned to the helm the popular Columbus Avenue bar after a court settlement.

Mount Hope »

Murder Charges Dropped Against Teen Accused of Killing Classmate

Noel Estevez, 14, will only be charged with manslaughter and will have his case sent to family court.

Forest Hills »

Attorney General's Aide Quits After Urging Parole for 'Silver Gun Rapist'

Thomas Shellhammer bypassed legal protocols when he asked the board to free Ronald Bower.

SoHo »

'Wild Man of SoHo' Was Increasingly Hostile Before Scissors Attack: Locals

Residents said not enough was done to keep Richard Pearson, 49, off the streets.

Concourse »

Lawyers for Bullied Teen Who Killed Classmate Vow to Prove Self-Defense

Noel Estevez's lawyers were granted more time to interview the "hundreds of kids we need to talk to."

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