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Jersey City police safely catch one-month-old baby that was thrown off of 2nd-story balcony

The Jersey City Police Department safely caught a one-month-old baby that was thrown off a second-story balcony this morning. “An extremely dangerous incident developed this morning on Rose Ave in Jersey City in which a man was threatening a one-month-old baby. Kudos to the JCPD and all the officers involved for their heroics and for bringing a safe conclusion to this dangerous situation,” the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office tweeted at 12:43 p.m.
JERSEY CITY, NJ
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Long Island Trio Nabbed On Weapons Charges

Police said three men were arrested for illegal gun possession after they fled the scene during a traffic stop on Long Island.Officers initiated a traffic stop after seeing a BMW speeding in North Amityville at about 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 15, according to the Suffolk County Police Departmen…
AMITYVILLE, NY
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NYPD plucks dog out of Hudson River to safety

A good Samaritan and cops teamed up Saturday morning to rescue a pit bull that was struggling to stay afloat in the Hudson River. An unidentified civilian boater spotted the male pitbull pup’s perilous predicament near Pier 66 in Manhattan at 9:15 a.m. and scooped up the struggling pooch into his vessel, police said.
MANHATTAN, NY
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Man pistol-whips woman during heated NYC fight

A man pistol-whipped a woman in the Bronx on Thursday, causing the gun to fire during the attack and a bullet to strike a nearby car, police said. The duo were involved in a verbal dispute before the fight turned physical near Reservoir Place and Reservoir Oval Walk in Norwood just before noon, cops said.
BRONX, NY

4 Injured In Shooting Outside Brooklyn Lounge

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Four people were injured in a shooting outside a Brooklyn lounge Saturday morning. It happened around 3:30 a.m. in East Flatbush. Police say a gunman opened fire outside the business on Utica Avenue. Investigators found a woman and a man shot at the scene, and they say two other men showed up at the hospital later with gunshot wounds. Two of the victims are said to be in critical condition. No arrests have been made so far.
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Thief stole FDNY gear, radio

A slippery thief slithered into a Bronx firehouse and made off with an FDNY bunker coat and department radio, police said. The NYPD on Saturday released surveillance video and photos of the Sept. 12 theft at the Melrose Avenue firehouse of Engine Co. 71/Ladder Co. 55 shortly after 5 p.m.
BRONX, NY
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Elderly man critically injured in NYC crash

A 70-year-old man behind the wheel of a SUV was critically injured Saturday when he slammed into a parked tractor trailer in Brooklyn, police said. The unidentified victim was driving a 2001 Jeep SUV southbound on Third Avenue near 50th Street in Sunset Park around 11:15 a.m. when he collided with the parked, unoccupied tractor trailer, the NYPD said.
BROOKLYN, NY
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1 dead in East Harlem NYCHA apartment fire: FDNY

EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — At least one person is dead after a fire broke out at a New York City Housing Authority apartment building in Manhattan Saturday afternoon, police said. Authorities were called to a kitchen blaze at an apartment in the East River Houses along 105th Street near FDR...
MANHATTAN, NY
New York Post

28-year-old Bronx man killed after being shot in the face: cops

A 28-year-old man was shot dead in the Bronx late Thursday, authorities said. The victim was blasted in the face at East 220th Street near Carpenter Avenue in Olinville around 9:10 p.m., cops said. Responding officers found him lying unconscious and unresponsive, and EMS rushed him to Jacobi Medical Center,...
BRONX, NY
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Carmine's Hostess Attacked After Asking Tourists for Vaccination Proof to Dine Inside

A hostess at a well-known New York City restaurant was attacked just for asking to see a group's proof of COVID vaccination, a requirement to dine inside in the city. Exclusive cellphone video obtained by NBC New York shows the Thursday evening attack outside Carmine's Restaurant on the Upper West Side. Around 5 p.m., tempers flared and the hostess stand is nearly tipped over in the mayhem, with a waiter at one point helping carry someone away from the scene.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Dozens of vehicles impounded in Brooklyn traffic camera crackdowns

Sheriffs seized and impounded dozens of vehicles in Brooklyn with hundreds of traffic camera violations during a pre-dawn crackdown Friday, officials said. The operation, which ran from midnight until 8 a.m., spanned the confines of the 67th, 70th and 71st precincts in central Brooklyn, according to the NYC Sheriff’s Office.
BROOKLYN, NY