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Alert Issued For Missing 26-Year-Old Elmont Man

Police on Long Island are asking the public for help locating a missing man. Zain Qamar, age 26, was last seen in Elmont on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 5:30 p.m. He is described as being 5-foot-10, 170 pounds, with brown eyes and a black-colored beard, according to Nassau County Police. He was last seen wearing black colored pants, a blue shirt, and black shoes.
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Man fatally shot in the head in Hunts Point, police say

HUNTS POINT, The Bronx (PIX11) — A man was fatally shot in the head in the Bronx early Sunday morning, police said. Authorities found the 45-year-old victim near 673 Hunts Point Rd. in Hunts Point at around 12:15 a.m., police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police did not provide any other details about the […]
BRONX, NY
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NYC woman fakes her grandma’s signature to steal home: lawsuit

Grandkids are supposed to steal your heart — not your house. A Brooklyn woman allegedly hijacked her grandmother’s longtime home by forging the elder’s signature on a fake deed and filing it with the city — then took out a $399,000 mortgage on the property, according to a $5 million lawsuit. Leonita Arbuckle, 77, bought her two-story, multi-family Flatbush house with her husband Selwyn in 1972 for $31,650, dutifully paying off the mortgage in 1995. But the retired nurse got a letter in May claiming the property had been transferred to her granddaughter, Jaishree Arbuckle-Pierre, for $1, the grandmother charges in...
BROOKLYN, NY
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Woman killed 'intentionally' in Queens hit and run, police say

Surveillance video obtained by NY1 shows a mob of people spilling out all at once onto 101st Avenue in Richmond Hill, following a verbal dispute that police say broke out inside Showtime Bar and Lounge. According to officials, four men in their 20s, 30s and 40s were stabbed on the...
QUEENS, NY
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NYPD pursues speedy justice as drag racers, daredevils remain a problem on NYC streets, highways

It’s a cat and mouse game — but the mice drive too fast and recklessly and are not always held accountable, even when cops nab them. “You can’t catch me. You’re stupid,” driver Oscar Malik, 28, allegedly taunted out-of-earshot cops in a police cruiser who spotted him as he roared on the Long Island Expressway in March 2021 at a speed police believe hit 117 mph. They did catch him, but off the ...
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Woman allegedly mowed down ‘intentionally’ by hit-and-run driver after NYC lounge dispute spills outside

A 31-year-old woman was killed after being “intentionally” mowed down by a hit-and-run driver who may have been fleeing a nearby knife fight, police said. The death happened after a nasty dispute at a nearby Queens nightclub, in which four people were slashed, authorities said. The knife fight unfolded just before 2:45 a.m. Saturday outside the Showtime Bar & Lounge at 119-12 101st Ave, Queens, with four men hurt during the wild episode, cops said. The NYPD was responding to simultaneous 911 calls of a pedestrian struck at 120th Street and 97th Avenue and a large group fighting two blocks away. Police arrived to find the woman lying in...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Nature Matters: Long Island’s canary

Once in a while I get a phone call, text or email message along the following lines: “John, could I have seen a canary? Moments ago I saw a bright yellow bird at my bird feeder.”. My response? Something along the lines of: “While there’s always the outside possibility of seeing a canary that’s escaped from its cage, it’s much more likely you’ve just seen an American Goldfinch, one of the more colorful native songbirds native to Long Island, brilliantly wrapped in its garb of lemon yellow marked with black wings, tail, and a cap.”
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