NYPD honors four officers who responded to the St. John’s University shooting
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Four police officers were honored for their heroic efforts to arrest three men involved in a St. John’s University shooting  earlier this month. The ceremony took place at the 107th Precinct Community Council meeting in Flushing on Tuesday night. Captain Paul A. Valerga, commanding officer of the 107th Precinct, presented the Cop of the Month award to Police Officers Navdeep […]

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Cops continue to search for a burglar on the prowl through Bayside, Jamaica and Fresh Meadows
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Police are searching for a suspect who has conducted multiple burglaries in Bayside and other Queens neighborhoods in a pattern dating back to December 2015. The first incident took place on Dec. 6 at 11:43 p.m., where the individual broke into the home of a 62-year-old male, located near 161st Street and the Grand Central Parkway in Jamaica. The male burglar entered through the […]

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UPDATE: Cops still looking for the drive-by shooters who killed rapper Chinx in Briarwood
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UPDATED 12:45 p.m. May 17, 2016 One year later, the suspects responsible for the drive-by shooting in Briarwood last year that took the life of an up-and-coming rap star remain at large. Police repeated an appeal for tips on Tuesday, which marked the one-year anniversary of the May 17, 2015, murder of Lionel Pickens, 31, of Ozone […]

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Flushing resident cracks down on thief of Amazon Prime packages
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Only a kleptomaniac addicted to Amazon Prime would be willing to commit such petty crimes. Lenny Wayne, photographer at Le Pro Photography, was stunned to find his Amazon Prime packages stolen from his Flushing home each month. “Every month or so my packages get stolen. So I’ve gotten fed up with the ‘delivered’ packages,” he said. A frustrated […]

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Armed bandits strike taxi passengers across south Queens in robbery pattern, cops say
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They got taken for a ride in more ways than one. A number of cab passengers were held up by two men in a series of 14 armed robberies across south Queens dating back to March, police announced. The NYPD released on Wednesday night video footage of two men wanted for the holdups, many of […]

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