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    NYPD First To Get Electric Chevy Volt Cruisers

    NYPD First To Get Electric Chevy Volt Cruisers
    NEW YORK - New York City has bought 50 Chevrolet Volts that will go to the NYPD, as well as to the fire and sanitation departments. The 50 Volts were among 70 EVs in NYC's latest round of buying under green Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a big fan of electrics. Also bought were 10 electric Ford Transit Connect vans and 10 electric ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated -5
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    Anger-Management Counselor Pleads Guilty to Assault on U.S. Marshal

    Anger-Management Counselor Pleads Guilty to Assault on U.S. Marshal
    FAIRFAX, VA - A Fairfax County anger-management counselor pleaded guilty Tuesday to assault on a federal officer for pointing a loaded firearm at a deputy U.S. marshal. The incident occurred near the Annandale apartment of Jose L. Avila, 57, on Jan. 25. A federal marshal wrote in a court affidavit that he and another marshal had parked their sport-utility vehicles in ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -7
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    NYPD Tracks Gun in Times Square Shootout

    NYPD Tracks Gun in Times Square Shootout
    NEW YORK, NY - A machine pistol used by a street hustler and aspiring rapper shot dead in a Times Square gunfight was purchased from a Virginia gun shop by a woman who reported it stolen 10 days after she bought it, authorities said. Raymond Martinez, who wrote songs about staring down cops in Times Square and hawked CDs to ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -7
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    Four NYPD Officers Hurt In Bar Brawl

    Four NYPD Officers Hurt In Bar Brawl
    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Authorities say four police officers have been hurt after a brawl inside a Saratoga Springs nightclub spilled into the street, where dozens of people began fighting. Police in the upstate city tell local media that all 15 Saratoga officers on duty plus more than a dozen from other law enforcement agencies helped quell the melee outside Club ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated -8
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    NYPD Paperwork Stalls Purchase of New Police Vehicles

    NYPD Paperwork Stalls Purchase of New Police Vehicles
    The NYPD is sitting on $103,000 slated for new vans for southern Brooklyn auxiliary cops, a state lawmaker has charged. The state funds for the four vans have gathered dust for four years because Police Department officials have not filled out paperwork, while Coney Island and East Flatbush precincts expecting the vehicles for volunteer cops have seen crime increase this year. ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -8
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    FBI No-Show in NYC Terror Probe Raises Questions

    NEW YORK - The glaring absence of federal authorities at this week's announcement of the arrests of two men accused of plotting to attack a New York City synagogue is raising questions about the strength of the case against them and how severe the threat was. The terrorism arrests were announced with fanfare in City Hall and a dramatic photo of ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -8
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    Girl Arrested for Doodling on Desk Sues City for Excessive Force

    Girl Arrested for Doodling on Desk Sues City for Excessive Force
    NEW YORK - The 12-year-old schoolgirl handcuffed and arrested in February for doodling on her desk plans to sue the city. A lawyer for Alexa Gonzalez and her mother officially notified the city that they'll seek $1 million in damages for the alarming incident inside Junior High School 190 in Queens. The legal papers describe Alexa's ordeal as an excessive use ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -9
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    NY Cop Pleads Guilty to Harassing Dep. Inspector's Wife

    NY Cop Pleads Guilty to Harassing Dep. Inspector's Wife
    NEW YORK - A high-ranking NYPD cop faces early retirement after getting busted for harassing his boss' wife at a downtown precinct, the Daily News has learned. Lt. David Chee, 44, pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment in January for calling and texting the wife of Deputy Inspector Gin Yee, commanding officer of the 5th Precinct, law enforcement sources said. "Your husband ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -10
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    Undercover Cops Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice

    New York City Police Detectives Rodney J. Andrews and James V. Nemorin worked in the elite 23-member Firearms Investigation Unit of the Narcotics Division. According to one of their colleagues, “Our job is to get guns off the streets before they are used to commit a crime or kill someone.” Det. Rodney Andrews They work undercover and often deal with cold-blooded ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -11
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    NYPD: Gang Targeted Gay Men in Vicious Attack

    NYPD: Gang Targeted Gay Men in Vicious Attack
    NEW YORK — Members of a street gang who discovered one of their teenage recruits was gay brutally beat and tortured him and two other people in gruesome assaults, police said. The attack came amid heightened attention nationwide to anti-gay bullying after a string of suicides attributed to it last month. Seven of the suspects in the attacks were arrested and ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated -11
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    Police Treating Teen's Beating Death As a Hate Crime

    Police Treating Teen's Beating Death As a Hate Crime
    QUEENS, NY - The beating death of a teen at a Queens party by a pack of brutes screaming anti-gay slurs is being investigated as a hate crime, police said Tuesday. "It appears to have all the elements of a hate crime," said NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly. "The hate crime task force is involved." Kelly also revealed that cops were hunting ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -11
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    NYPD Officer On Rape Case: I Don't Kiss and Tell

    NEW YORK — A New York City police officer fighting a rape charge says he was simply being discreet by not telling his police partner about lying in the accuser’s bed with her. New York Police Department Officer Kenneth Moreno testified Wednesday he doesn’t “kiss and tell.” Moreno and Officer Franklin Mata are on trial on charges including rape. They were ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -12
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    106 San Jose Cops Get Layoff Notices

    After months of nervous anticipation, 106 San Jose police officers are getting notices this week that they may be laid off as the reality of the city's dire financial picture cast a gloom over police headquarters and City Hall. An additional 20 more cops learned they may soon be demoted. And overall, the city could lose about 9 percent of its ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -12
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    NYPD: Fake fire marshal took gun from station

    NEW YORK — The New York City police commissioner says a man with a long history of impersonating law enforcement pretended to be a fire marshal, talked his way into a police station and made off with at least one weapon. Commissioner Raymond Kelly says Ronald DeShields took at least one police weapon from the 105th Precinct in Queens on Jan. ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -12
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    Cop Fights For Life After Faceoff With Gunman

    Cop Fights For Life After Faceoff With Gunman
    MIAMI - A New York City police detective critically wounded in a bizarre weekend shooting in Miami Beach is improving, authorities said Monday. Detective Harold Thomas, 48, was in a medically induced coma on Sunday, following several operations to stop internal bleeding. Miami Beach police Detective Juan Sanchez said detectives have been unable to speak with Thomas to find out exactly ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated -13
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    Police Arrest Perp In Beating that Left 81-Year Old Brain Damaged

    Police Arrest Perp In Beating that Left 81-Year Old Brain Damaged
    NEW YORK - Cops collared a pitiless punk Tuesday who pounded an 81-year-old Queens grandfather so badly he suffered serious brain damage - and now thinks it's 1947. "I don't remember anything," Mayer Behmoiras told the Daily News Tuesday night as he sat in a wheelchair, rubbing his fractured skull. Behmoiras, still hospitalized a week after the savage attack, spoke shortly ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -13
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    Former NYPD Commissioner Backed into Pregnant Woman; Drove Off

    Former NYPD Commissioner Backed into Pregnant Woman; Drove Off
    NEW YORK (AP) — A former New York City police commissioner has been accused of backing his SUV into a pregnant woman, then driving away. Police say Howard Safir bumped the woman with his Cadillac Friday afternoon in Manhattan. She was treated for a bruised shoulder, but wasn't seriously hurt. [widget:news__new_york_city] Police detectives decided not to press charges. They say Safir ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated -13
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    Police: EMT's Killing Not Linked to His Refusal to Aid Dying Woman

    Police: EMT's Killing Not Linked to His Refusal to Aid Dying Woman
    NEW YORK CITY - An FDNY emergency medical technician accused of ignoring a dying pregnant woman while on his break last year was shot to death early Sunday near a tony SoHo nightclub, police said. A gunman hopped out of a car and pumped two bullets into Jason Green, 32, moments after he and a pal were turned away by a ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated -13
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    Two NYPD Cops Eyed In Serial Killer Case

    Two NYPD Cops Eyed In Serial Killer Case
    LONG ISLAND, NY - The case of the so-called 'Craigslist Ripper may have gotten even more bizarre. The New York Post reports that two NYPD police officers are under suspicion in connection with the case, in which up to 13 prostitutes have been murdered in Long Island and Atlantic city. Parts of their bodies have been found along a secluded section ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated -14
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    Ex-Con Infiltrates NYPD Headquarters

    Ex-Con Infiltrates NYPD Headquarters
    NEW YORK - A thief with chutzpah to spare almost pulled off a caper Tuesday few bandits would ever dare - stealing laptops from the same floor at NYPD headquarters that houses the top cop's office. Jermaine Sweet, 30, took his remarkable blend of audacity and boneheadedness to the 14th floor of One Police Plaza and slipped into an office near ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated -14
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