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Lower East Side »

The boy was released into his mother's custody while officials decide whether to charge him.

Lower East Side »

A 14-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the fire that tore through the synagogue Sunday.

Elmhurst »

Declan McElhatton was told he couldn't use materials that required heat, but did anyway, officials said.

Elmhurst »

Declan McElhatton was charged with arson and reckless endangerment, officials said. 

East Harlem »

He stole credit cards from several cars before lighting a fire inside one vehicle, prosecutors said. 

Long Island City »

The 18-year-old was busted after someone overheard him on the phone talking about the crime.

Boerum Hill »

Thaddeus Boone was found not guilty of starting a blaze in his girlfriend's Wyckoff Gardens apartment.

Port Richmond »

Willie Griggs was charged with arson, petit larceny, reckless endangerment and resisting arrest.

Upper East Side »

Police say Upper East Side resident Leo Raizberg is tied to at least seven arsons in the neighborhood.

Yorkville »

The suspect set fire to a consignment store and a dry cleaner within the span of a week.

Castleton Corners »

The burning of Sam Pirozzolo's 12-foot tall sign is being treated as arson.

Stapleton »

The suspect scorched the exterior wall and awning of First Central Baptist Church, police said.

Stapleton »

St. Paul's Episcopal Church was damaged after a device was thrown through the window, police said.

East Williamsburg »

People who work on the block suspect a group of people living in a camper on the street are to blame.

West Village »

The building had six occupied apartments when the fire was started, police said.