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2 children stabbed to death in Bronx apartment, mom in custody as ‘person of interest’

Two young children were apparently stabbed to death in a Bronx apartment Saturday night – and the boys’ mother is in police custody as a person of interest, cops said. The young boys, ages 3 years old and 11 months old, were each found with “multiple stab wounds” to the neck and torso inside of an apartment building at 246 Echo Place in Mount Hope just before 8 p.m., Deputy Chief Louis Deceglie told reporters. The boys’ 22-year-old mother had been taken into custody before the children were found dead earlier in the day, when police were called to the apartment on...
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An 11-Month-Old Baby And A 3-Year-Old Toddler, Slaughtered

On Saturday, November 26, 2022, at approximately 1921 hours, police responded to a 911 call of an emotionally disturbed person at 246 Echo Place, located within the confines of the 46th Precinct in the Bronx. Upon arrival, officers observed a 22-year-old female acting erratic and placed her into custody. EMS...

Two kids dead, parents in custody in the Bronx: NYPD

Police have confirmed to PIX11 News that two children under the age of three are dead, and both parents are in custody. Two kids dead, parents in custody in the Bronx: NYPD. Police have confirmed to PIX11 News that two children under the age of three are dead, and both parents are in custody.

Accused NYC drug dealer was ‘security’ in fatal undercover bust

An accused drug dealer nabbed after an undercover bust turned fatal in Manhattan last week was acting as “security” for the deal, according to new court papers. Jefry Silvestre and an unnamed co-conspirator were unknowingly selling cocaine to an informant, the US Drug Enforcement Agency wrote in the Manhattan Federal Court filing. Silvestre had made the trip from Philadelphia to the Big Apple to bring $15,500 in cash to the co-conspirator, who then mentioned he was about to do a drug deal and asked Silvestre to stay and act as security, prosecutors contend. But after the informant confirmed the...

Off-Duty NYPD School Cross Guard Arrested in The Bronx

An off-duty, NYPD school cross guard was arrested in The Bronx, police said. On Saturday, Nov. 26, at 6.29 p.m., police said an off-duty New York City employee was arrested and charged in the 49th Precinct, which covers the neighborhoods of Allerton, Morris Park, Van Nest, Pelham Parkway, Eastchester Gardens, and Pelham Gardens.

Man shot and killed in New Milford, prosecutors say

A man was shot and killed in New Milford on Saturday night, the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office stated. At approximately 7:10 p.m., New Milford police responded to 900 Boulevard and found a man who had been shot. He was rushed to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead, prosecutors said in a release.

Police Blotter: Uber Suspicious; Took Off (with) Dress; Barnacles Busted

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Police: 2 young children stabbed to death in Bronx apartment

NEW YORK (AP) — Two small children died of stab wounds after their mother was taken into custody for observation Saturday night in New York City, police said. A 3-year-old boy and an 11-month-old boy were found in a Bronx apartment with multiple stab wounds to the neck and torso and did not survive after being transported to a hospital, police said. The 24-year-old mother of the children had been taken into custody and transported to a hospital less than an hour earlier after acting erratically at an address on Echo Place in Mount Hope. The mother was not arrested and the children’s father was not taken into custody, Deputy Chief Louis De Ceglie of Patrol Borough Bronx said during a press briefing late Saturday.

Man Gunned Down At New Milford Apartment Complex, Killer At Large

A man was shot and killed behind a New Milford garden apartment complex Saturday night and investigators were searching for his killer. The victim, who was believed to be in his 20s and from out of town, was shot in the head in the rear of the Bookchester Apartments in the 900 block of Boulevard shortly after 7 p.m. Nov. 26, responders said.

Ex-NYC cop who allegedly lied under oath gets $94K gig with DA

A retired NYPD officer who allegedly lied under oath has landed a sweet gig at the Rockland County District Attorney’s office. The office sought a special state waiver to hire Matthew Wohl for a job as a confidential investigator, which pays $94,000 a year on top of his police pension. The waivers are required for government workers who want to collect both their pensions and an annual salary of more than $35,000 from government agencies. The former cop, who retired from the NYPD in July 2021, testified in the 2005 trial of a protester arrested during the 2004 Republican National Convention in...

Chilling video shows gunman shooting NYC gas station worker

Chilling video captures the moment a masked gunman shot a Bronx gas station worker in the head without saying a word — in what authorities believe could be a senseless random attack.  Footage of the Tuesday shooting, released Thursday night, shows a man calmly strolling up to the door of a locked Sunoco on Boston Road near Astor Avenue in Allerton around 7 p.m. The gunman appears to gesture toward the pumps as if there is a problem before firing off his weapon, the clip shows. The 49-year-old worker was struck in the head, cops said. Police sources told The Post the suspect said absolutely nothing as he fired twice at the worker in an apparently random act.  The worker was taken to Jacobi Medical Center, where he remained in critical condition Friday afternoon.  Nothing further was known about the motive Friday, and no arrests had been made.  The victim has worked at the gas station for more than 15 years and didn’t appear to have previous disputes with anyone, his co-workers said, according to the sources.

In political shift, Westchester trends as influential Democrat suburb

After decades as a Republican stronghold, New York’s Westchester County is now one of the nation’s most influential Democratic suburbs, according to a new analysis of this year’s election data. Population shifts triggered by the coronavirus pandemic have tilted Westchester, the city’s largest northern suburb, into a blue bastion that helped rescue Gov. Kathy Hochul’s re-election bid — and blunted the the Republican Party’s widely anticipated “red wave,” Politico reported Saturday. “Westchester is almost becoming the sixth borough,” former Republican county executive Rob Astorino said. “It’s becoming an extension, in some ways, of Manhattan.” Current County Executive George Latimer, the...

BMW driver arrested after fatal NYC crash with motor scooter

The driver of a motor scooter died following a collision with a BMW in Queens, police said. The deadly incident occurred around 1:15 a.m. Saturday at 37th Avenue and 82nd Street in Jackson Heights, cops said. The motor scooter driver was headed westbound on 37th Avenue when he collided with a 2021 BMW traveling southbound on 82nd Street, police said. The scooter operator died at Elmhurst Hospital, the NYPD said. Previous 1 of 3 Next The 24-year-old BMW driver remained on the scene, and was subsequently arrested, police said. “Charges are pending,” an NYPD spokeswoman said.

Why Was a Friend of the Police Arrested?

Hector Santiago-Stop and Shake Founder-Did Nothing Wrong During Council Debate but Got Arrested by a New Rochelle Cop at Yonkers City Hall? Spent the night in jail?. Let me start by saying that Hector Santigao is a friend of mine and a great role model for the people of Yonkers. He has taken hundred mile walks to highlight the issue of mental illness, and most know Hector from his very successul Stop and Shake initiative, where he encourages Yonkers residents to meet, greet and interact with the Yonkers Police Department.