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Rockland cab driver killed in Pomona crash identified
Benson, a 41-year-old man from the Pomona/Haverstraw area, was identified by Ramapo police today. He died after his taxi was rear-ended and hit a tree on Route 45 before 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Man kills wife, himself days after she files for divorce
Police in Meridian discovered the violence after responding to a report of an attempted murder and a suicide on Monday at a S. Thornwood Way home, where officers found 69-year-old Elizabeth Boone, 69, and Michael Clayton Boone, 71, both bleeding of gunshot wounds.
Yonkers: Man facing four felonies for drunk wrong-way driving crash
A Manhattan man, who's accused of driving the wrong-way and causing a head-on collision on the Bronx River Parkway in February, is facing more severe charges after a grand jury indicted him Wednesday.
BREAKING: Multiple Reports of Arrests of New Rochelle Postal Employees
Jeffrey M. Powers, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Postal Service, Inspector General Northeast Area Field Office has issued a series of non-denial denials for more than a week.
Mexican nationals busted in NJ with $3M in drugs, cops say
Romulo Chaidez Medrano, 26, and his older brother, Arcenio Chaidez Medrano, 36, were arrested by police on Friday after law enforcement learned they carrying the drugs, according to Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo.
Spring Valley man pleads guilty to neck slashing but faces probation: prosecutor
Ahkim Santanapleaded to second-degree assault in Rockland County Court on Tuesday to cutting Deyondre Downing, 22, during an after-prom in May fight in the Deja Vu Island Grill parking lot on Route 59 in Nanuet.
Bergen Catholic seeks ban on former wrestler who accused coach of sexual harassment
The hearing, which is scheduled to take place Wednesday afternoon before the Eligibility Appeals Committee of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, the prime governing body for high school sports throughout the state, is yet another chapter in the increasingly complicated legal
Pearl River Man Arrested Three Times For Stealing One Can Of Beer
Victor J. Scala, 57, of Pearl River, was arrested Thursday, Nov. 8, by the Orangetown Police for petit theft for allegedly stealing one beer from the CVS Pharmacy at 75 N. Middletown Road and then left without paying, the Orangetown Police said.
Homeless Man Indicted For Murder Of Homeless Woman
NEW ROCHELLE, NY — A homeless man living in New Rochelle was indicted and arraigned for the murder of a homeless woman who was living outside the vacant Armory on Main Street. Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino Jr. said Jose Olmos, 29, was indicted by a grand jury on the follow
MEASLES OUTBREAK GROWS: Boro Park Newborns In ICU; Lakewood 11 Cases; Monsey 68 Cases; Rabbonim Slam Anti-Vaxxers
The measles outbreak is spreading in Chareidi communities in the Tri-State area, fueled by anti-vaccine propaganda promoted by the anti-vaxxer cult. The outbreak is affecting only members of the Frum community. Not only are the anti-vaxxers responsible for this outbreak, butthey are responsible for
Nyack: Blank-Fest rock 'n' roll fundraiser back for 22nd year
Blank-Fest, an annual tradition that collects blankets and raises awareness about homelessness, is returning to Nyack next month.
Woman's prison cook admits to having sex with inmate in kitchen
Garth Trail, 62, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal sexual act, a felony, in Westchester County court today.
BREAKING News From The Italian Mafia Genovese CRIME FAMILY... Holy HELL!
Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced the filing of a Superseding Indictment against JOHN TORTORA JR. a/k/a “Johnny T,” charging him with destruction of evidence, falsifying records, and obstruction of justice. TORTORA was previously indicte
Man shot in the head, killed in Trenton Wednesday afternoon
TRENTON — The police response was quick: cops sped through the city, down Perry to Passaic, then over to Spring Street.
Plans for sale of Nyack College campus draw community concerns
NYACK -Residents are expressing worries about what is going to happen to Nyack College's Rockland County campus' property after it closes.Some gathered inside South Nyack Village Hall Tuesday night, seeking answers about the property's future. The private Christian college announced plans last week
Westchester jail inmate sentenced for attacking correction officers
John Wooten, who pleaded guilty to two felony counts of second-degree assault in October, was sentenced to seven years in state prison in Westchester County court on Wednesday.
Man 'Violently Resists Arrest' After Parking Boot Placed On Jeep In Nyack, Police Say
Erik J. Sprauer was charged with criminal mischief, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and other charges on Friday, Nov. 2, by Orangetown Police.
Prosecutor's Office: 2 Mexican nationals arrested with $3M in meth, heroin and fentanyl
Two men from Sinaloa, Mexico were arrested after they came to Bergen County distribute an estimated $3 million worth of drugs, the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office said.
Left turn 'olny'? The same misspelling twice in Stony Point
It would be nice to say it was only once. It wasn’t. The word “only” was very publicly misspelled in the town of Stony Point, not only once, but twice.
BREAKING NEWS OUT OF NEW YORK- IT'S BAD
Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ARIEL ACOSTA, a/k/a “A-Loc,” a/k/a “Blue,” a/k/a “True Blue,” was sentenced today to 160 months in prison for firearms and narcotics trafficking. ACOSTA and his co-conspirators sold seven guns, incl