Flushing man beaten by driver after a fender-bender is still fighting for his life
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They’re praying for a miracle — and justice. Family members of a Flushing man assaulted and critically injured following a minor traffic accident in the neighborhood on July 22 want his attacker and an accomplice — an NYPD school safety agent — held accountable for their actions. Chun Man Tse, 68, remains on life support at a local hospital after being assaulted […]

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Here’s where you can celebrate the National Night Out Against Crime in Queens next week
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Support your local police and safer streets by participating in the National Night Out Against Crime that Queens precincts will observe on Tuesday night, Aug. 2. Each precinct across the city will host an evening of fun, free events for the community with the goal of building a stronger relationship with the people they serve […]

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Gunman speaks with victim, then shoots him dead on a Flushing street, cops say
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Detectives are searching for the suspect who engaged a 50-year-old man into a conversation before fatally shooting him in the head on a Flushing street late on Wednesday night. Authorities said the shooting occurred at 11:58 p.m. on July 27 in the vicinity of 35th Avenue and Farrington Street. According to police, the victim — 50-year-old Richard […]

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Whitestone would-be burglar hangs from the roof while trying to get in through a window screen
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Whitestone residents, keep your eyes open and windows closed as crime heats up in the city this summer. One attempted burglar got cold feet after trying to kick down a fly screen on the second floor of a Whitestone house. According to police, the incident took place on Monday, July 11, at 10:15 p.m. near 159th Street […]

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NYPD Commissioner orders officers on patrol to work in pairs after Dallas attacks
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Following last night’s murder of five police officers on patrol at a Dallas, Texas, protest, the NYPD is stepping up its efforts to keep both officers and demonstrators across the city safe. There is presently no credible threat to police officers in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a Friday afternoon press […]

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