Long Island exterminator accused of filming 19-year-old undress after spraying chemicals on her clothesNew York Post6 HOURS AGO
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L.I. man arrested in MS-13 stabbing, charged with attempted murderC.J.TeevanNewsBreak Contributor
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New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in Floral Park, NY
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near floral park.
Human Leg Discovered On The Train Tracks Of A Bronx Subway Station; Officials State Criminal Activity Is Not Suspected
A shocking discovery was made earlier this week as a human leg was found on the subway tracks of a Bronx train station!. According to the NY Post, a man’s leg was found within the path of a northbound four-train between the 167th Street subway stop and 170th Street subway on Saturday afternoon around 1:30 PM.
Long Island exterminator accused of filming 19-year-old undress after spraying chemicals on her clothes
A Long Island exterminator was arrested Thursday for allegedly filming a 19-year-old undressing on a hidden camera he set up after getting chemicals on her clothing. Walter Rivas, of Joroba Pest Control, was hired by the teen to exterminate her apartment in Mineola that afternoon, Nassau police said. Rivas was spraying the home with a solution to get rid of pests when some of the chemicals got onto the young woman, according to cops. Flaco the owl turns into NYC peeping Tom: ‘Scared the you-know-what out of me’ He instructed her to immediately change her clothing, stating that the chemicals are...
45-year-old man shot and killed on subway train in Bronx
Police say the victim was shot once in the torso on the train as it approached the station.
Police: Ridgewood homeowner returns home to find attempted theft suspects
Police say the homeowner returned home to find two men in their 20s or 30s in their home.
Police: Man faces multiple charges for deadly crash in Queens
Police say Ray Perez, of Long Island, was driving a Nissan Altima at 47th Street and 28th Avenue in Astoria when he crashed into a Honda pickup truck.
Savor the Flavors: 4 Must-Try Latin American Restaurants in Queens
In this article, we explore four exquisite Latin American restaurants nestled in Queens. Have you had the opportunity to taste their unique flavors yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
‘It’s amazing that nobody has died’
Eddie’s Sweet Shop and the Cinemart Fiveplex movie theater are separated by 72nd Road on the north side of Metropolitan Avenue in Forest Hills. Vito Citrano’s family has run Eddie’s since 1968. He said they have wanted a traffic light at 72nd and Metropolitan — and unsuccessfully lobbied for one — for years.
NYC migrants busted in $5,300 shoplifting spree after traffic stop also turns up drugs: cops
Three migrants living in Manhattan’s troubled Roosevelt Hotel were busted for a New Jersey shoplifting spree where they nabbed $5,300 worth of clothes, perfume and other items, cops said. The thieving trio — Dugleidy Gonzalez-Riera, 28, Yefferson Prieto-Galviz, 23, and Morelis Blanco-Cineros, 41 — were arrested after a traffic stop in Wayne, New Jersey on Valentine’s Day with a car packed with drugs and stolen clothes from several stores, according to police. “A search of their persons and the vehicle produced ecstasy pills, drug paraphernalia and large quantities of stolen merchandise including clothing, shoes and fragrances from Ulta, Kohl’s, JC Penney and...
19 suspects sought in 2 Times Square attacks
Two violent attacks hours apart in Times Square left a teenager and a 28-year-old man injured.
Nassau County executive signs first-ever transgender athletic ban into law
Anybody participating in a team athletic event in Nassau County has to do so based on the gender assigned to them at birth.
Officials: Historic Hempstead church vandalized with graffiti that appears to say 'MS-13'
The graffiti that appears to say "MS-13" was found on the front gate of Saint George's Episcopal Church.
Former DEA task force officer from Seaford gets 3 months behind bars for kicking handcuffed suspect
Dustin Genco pleaded guilty in August 2023 and prosecutors say he lied about the assault by filing a false report.
Mysterious foul stench plagues NYC’s tony Park Slope neighborhood, smells ‘like feces or something dead’
Residents of one Brooklyn neighborhood are flush with concern about a mysterious, overwhelming stench that’s been compared to “sewage,” “feces” and “something dead.” Park Slope neighbors have been raising a stink for months about the foul smell wafting over the southwest corner of Prospect Place and Sixth Avenue — and several who spoke to The Post on Thursday said it’s been getting more persistent this week. “On Monday I was sitting in my car, eating my lunch…I smelled it in my car [with the windows closed]. I had to spray a little bit of air freshener inside the car,” said office manager...
Gunmen Hit Smoke Shop, Flooring Store in Queens
QUEENS - Cops are looking for a trio of stickup men who tried to knock over a smoke shop and then a flooring store all within the space of 15 minutes. At around 11 pm on February 18, three men were caught on surveillance video walking into a smoke shop at 30-07 39 Avenue. Cops said the three men simulated having guns and tried to gain access to behind the counter. When they couldn’t the trio left empty handed.
Tragic Incident in Valley Stream: Man Found Unresponsive, Pronounced Deceased; No Foul Play Suspected, Police Investigation Continues
The Homicide Squad reports the details of a Fatal Aided that occurred on Wednesday, February 21, 2023 at 11:03 am in Valley Stream. According to Detectives, officers responded to a 911 call in the rear of 220 W. Merrick Road. Upon arrival, officers observed a 46-year-old male lying on the ground and was unresponsive.
Headlines: New Rochelle train station assault, contractor fraud, ivory pool cues sentencing
Here are some stories making headlines the Hudson Valley.
Judge orders Massapequa's Budget Inn Motel to temporarily close
A judge has ordered a controversial Massapequa motel to temporarily shut down. The Town of Oyster Bay previously filed a lawsuit for The Budget Inn Motel on Carmen Mill Road from operating as a motel or hotel, claiming that the facility violated town code. The judge, however, did allow the...
IDs Released For Pilot, Passenger On Plane That Made Southern State Parkway Emergency Landing
Authorities have identified the two people who were onboard a small plane that made a crash landing on a Long Island highway.The incident happened at around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, on the Southern State Parkway in Babylon. New York State Police said the single-engine Cherokee Archer made an em…
Police seek men who beat teens, robbed them of their sneakers in Bronx
Police released images of two suspects on Wednesday in connection to the beating and robbery of two teenagers last month, during which their sneakers were stolen.