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Case of teen with special needs found burned to death in NYC home ruled a homicide

A teen with special needs was found burned to death inside his Brooklyn home this week — two days after his dad said he fell into scalding bathwater — in a case that has been ruled a homicide, authorities and police sources said Wednesday.  Josiah Green, 18, was discovered unconscious and unresponsive in his bed “with burns about the body” when cops responded to a 911 call at his apartment on Wyona Street near Pitkin Avenue in New Lots around 6:45 a.m. Sunday, cops said.  He was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS workers.  The teen’s father claimed his son fell into...
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Dramatic video shows police aim guns at surrendering double murder suspect Sundance Oliver

Dramatic footage obtained by The Post shows police aiming their guns at double murder suspect Sundance Oliver as he walks into a Brooklyn police station to surrender Tuesday. The 28-year-old gang member was yanked to the floor and surrounded by over a dozen cops after he sauntered into the 77th precinct with his hood on and hands up hours after the department launched a manhunt to find him, the footage shows. Three cops were seen drawing their guns at the site of the alleged killer in their doorway before he turns to face the wall, likely at the request of...

Two Suspects Arrested After Attempting Million Dollar Heist on Victim's Long Island, NYC Residences

Police report that two individuals have been arrested in connection with a million-dollar heist on the Long Island and New York City residences of their purported victim. Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond Tierney announced Tuesday that Raymond Bouderau of Manhattan, 49, and Jacqueline Jewett of Connecticut, 57, are accused of breaking into their wealthy victim's home in Sag Harbor on September 25 and making off with “well over a million dollars in proceeds."

3 people killed in head-on crash in the Poconos

A third person has died from injuries suffered Sunday evening in a two-vehicle head-on crash in Monroe County, the Lehigh County coroner reports. The wreck occurred about 6:30 p.m. at Routes 611 and 715 in the Tannersville section of Pocono Township. It involved a black 2020 Subaru WRX driven by a 33-year-old man from Hazleton and a blue 2018 Nissan Rogue driven by a 28-year-old woman from Brooklyn, township police said in a news release.

Man stabbed and killed outside Hells Kitchen parking garage

NEW YORK, NY – Police are investigating after a man was stabbed outside a Hell’s Kitchen parking garage in Manhattan Tuesday night. At around 11 pm, police were called in response to a stabbing outside the West 42nd Street garage near 9th Avenue. Police were told three men were engaged in an argument. At one point, one of the men pulled a knife and stabbed the other. The suspect fled the scene. Medics arrived on scene to transport the victim to the hospital, where he was declared dead a short time later. The post Man stabbed and killed outside Hells Kitchen parking garage appeared first on Shore News Network.
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6 Rockland County residents arrested in narcotics bust

The Rockland County District Attorney announced the arrest of six people who they say were involved in street level narcotics sales. The long-term investigation conducted by the DA's narcotics taskforce found that the sales of fentanyl and cocaine were conducted in the town of Haverstraw and village of Spring Valley.

Adult, Three Kids Stricken By CO Poisoning In Hackensack Home

A holiday season tragedy was avoided Tuesday when a Hackensack woman and three young children were hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning, authorities said. A malfunctioning boiler in their two-family home on Atlantic Street off Railroad Avenue sent all four to Hackensack University Medical Center early on Dec. 6, said Police Capt. Michael Antista, the officer in charge of the city police department.

QP 5th-6th volleyball team wins Bergen County JV Tournament

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