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Family Court jurist who messaged plaintiff mom on swingers app reassigned
The Bronx Family Court judge who messaged a plaintiff on a swingers dating app has been reassigned, The Post has learned. Judge Cynthia Lopez was quietly reshuffled from the child protective division to the juvenile delinquency division, just two weeks after The Post exposed her apparent come-on to a woman whose custody case she was adjudicating. “She was reassigned,” a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Bronx Family Court Judge Sarah Cooper last week circulated an email noting Lopez’s reassignment. They’re greedy and they’re crooky, the FBI thinks they’re ooky… Democrats warn Eric Adams’ shady inner circle is threat to re-election Recipients included...
Major Retailer With 5 Hudson Valley Locations Plans Mass Closures
The future of five Hudson Valley retail locations is up in the air after an announcement that underperforming stores will be shut down forever. Sadly, the Hudson Valley has seen its fair share of retail closures. Trying to count the stores in Middletown, Kingston, Poughkeepsie and Newburgh that have disappeared over the years could take all day.
Porsche-driving LI squatters dupe judge by forging dead homeowner’s name on lease: court docs
A pair of brazen, Porsche-driving alleged squatters took over an abandoned Long Island home by presenting a judge with a fake lease forged with the dead owner’s signature, according to a court filing by neighbors. Denton Gayle and Margaret Grover told Nassau Housing Court Judge Christopher J. Coschignano they’d rented 39 Brussel Dr., which sits on a quiet block in well-heeled New Hyde Park, from owner Edward Iacono on June 1 for $1,500 a month, court records show. They included a two-year lease agreement allegedly signed by Iacono, which included a provision they could become owners. The couple, who share a baby boy...
Police: Woman found dead on West 167th Street in Highbridge
Police say a 911 call led them to find the woman unconscious and unresponsive at the scene at around 10 p.m. She was pronounced dead following the arrival of EMS.
The Paella at These Westchester Restaurants Is Top-Notch
In the dregs of winter, the need for a respite grows. And where better to find such a blissful interlude than within the gold standard of Spanish cuisine? Paella takes its name from the traditional frying pan typically used to prepare it and originates just outside of Valencia, Spain. Saffron illuminates the dish in a warm yellow, and rabbit, chicken, and sometimes duck are nestled within a bed of fluffy rice. Over the years, chefs have taken liberties to add all sorts of other meats, seafood, and vegetables. Suddenly, those frigid temperatures don’t seem so intolerable anymore.
New Rochelle police launch probe into Burger King shooting
Detectives said the incident occurred at 33 La Count Place and Anderson Street.
Yonkers Loses 10 Minutes
Friends, we put on our Yonkers hat for a few moments this week. In the late 1990’s the Yonkers Parking Authority at the request of city merchants led by a robust Chamber of Commerce instituted a policy where motorists parking their cars on Yonkers streets were given a free 10 minutes of parking time before they had to pay for parking.
New Rochelle Police Arrest Two Men on Huguenot Street for Credit Card Skimming
On February 29, 2024, New Rochelle Police received a tip about a vehicle related to a felony case from Garden City, Long Island, NY. The vehicle was found unoccupied on Huguenot Street near the New Rochelle Post Office. Shortly after, two men entered the vehicle.
Migrant initially accused in gang attack on NYPD officers has charges dropped after being 'exonerated': DA
A migrant initially arrested allegedly for participating in a gang assault on two NYPD officers had his charges dropped, prosecutors said Friday.
Traffic Concerns Raised for 900 N. Broadway Development
The City Council is set to vote on zoning change for 900 N. Broadway that has received pushback from neighbors over the lack of parking.
60-year-old man stabbed on Bronx No. 4 subway train
An investigation is underway after a man was stabbed on board a subway train in the Bronx Friday, according to authorities.
Bronx Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 273 Incidents and 60 Crime Stories
Bronx Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 273 Incidents and 60 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Bronx witnessed a total of 273 crime cases. The most prevalent crime was theft, with 126 reported incidents, accounting for approximately 46% of the total cases. This was closely followed by assault cases, which numbered 107, making up around 39% of the overall crime incidents. The remaining 15% of crimes were divided among robbery, burglary, and shooting incidents. There were 20 reported cases of robbery, 14 cases of burglary, and a concerning 6 instances of shootings. These statistics indicate a pressing need for heightened security and vigilance in the area to curb the rising crime rates. The severity of these crimes, especially the shootings, necessitates immediate attention and action from law enforcement agencies.
Girlfriend found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in case of missing mom
Fotis Dulos' girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, is on trial in connection with the disappearance of Dulos' estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos.
Important Commute Update: NYC Subway and Rail Service Alterations March 1-4, 2024
New York City's subway and rail services will experience changes from March 1 to March 4, 2024. These changes are because of track replacement work and rerouting. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) offers alternatives for commuters, including free shuttle buses and rerouting to other lines.
Fordham Manor: One Person Dead after Fire Breaks Out in Residential Home
One person has died following a fatal fire in a residential home in Fordham Manor on Friday afternoon, FDNY officials said. No description of the victim was immediately available. The fire department said they received a call at 2.08 p.m. on Friday, March 1, for reprorts of a fire at...
White Plains family safe after home damaged by fire
Officials reported that the homeowners were inside the house but escaped unharmed.
Robbery Spree Ends, Hoboken Police Charge JC Man With Five Holdups In Six Weeks
Matthew Trontz, a 31-year-old ex-con from Jersey City, was arrested almost immediately after he held up Thomas’ Ice Cream Café on Jefferson Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets on Tuesday, Feb. 27, city police said. He was carrying a black stun gun, a silver imitation toy gun, a...
2 dead after man set himself on fire in Teaneck, NJ
TEANECK — A fatal fire in the basement apartment of a home on Feb. 19 was started when one of the victims set himself on fire. The fire broke out just after midnight in the house on Palisades Avenue, trapping three people in the basement, according to Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella.
New York Girl Finds Severed Arm While Walking to School
There are some things kids just shouldn't have to see, especially when walking to school. On the morning of Thursday, February 29th, a Long Island girl was walking to school when she stumbled upon something totally horrifying -- a severed arm on the side of the road. The girl then...
Queens Center Mall: Premier Shopping and Dining Hub in Elmhurst, NY
Queens Center Mall, nestled in the bustling neighborhood of Elmhurst, Queens, New York, opened its doors on September 12, 1973. This event marked a significant milestone in the commercial landscape of Queens, transforming a piece of land that once hosted Fairyland, a beloved children’s amusement park, a supermarket, and extensive automobile parking into a thriving retail hub.