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Downtown Brooklyn »

Ken Thompson would send his NYPD bodyguards to fetch his food and reimburse them with taxpayer funds.

Forest Hills »

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown was the arraignment judge the day David Berkowitz was arrested.

Chelsea »

An expensive Bradley Theodore Painting was returned to the trendy hotel.

Chelsea »

The bandit was drinking in the boutique hotel's bar before he ran off with a Bradley Theodore painting.

Eastchester »

Video surfaced on Instagram showing officer with broken nose punching suspect resisting arrest.

High Bridge »

The NYPD delayed new a contract demanding vendors indemnify off-duty officers until Sept. 30.

High Bridge »

Thousands of NYPD officers could lose lucrative side gigs at Yankee Stadium, other arenas and banks.

Civic Center »

The Manhattan U.S. Attorney and the Internal Revenue Service are investigating his finances.

Civic Center »

Embarrassment occurred two days after de Blasio announced "Vision Zero" crackdown on bad drivers.  

Civic Center »

A grand jury accused the quartet of federal bribery charges in two cases of alleged corruption.

East New York »

Motorist Delrawn Small was punching Officer Wayne Isaacs when he was shot and killed, sources said.  

Civic Center »

The two officials and a businessman pal could be indicted as early as Friday.

Civic Center »

He told 600 officials that disgraced officers lost thousands of dollars to retire under a cloud.  

Flushing »

Police say they were looking for workmen in a locked-up nightclub, but the owner says that's 'bulls--t.'