Flushing couple faces charges after physically and sexually abusing child slaves from Korea
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Flushing couple that exploited two young children for financial gain was indicted on charges of labor trafficking and exploitation this week. Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced that a grand jury slapped Sook Yeong Park, 49, and Jeong Taek Lee, 53, both of 196th Street in Flushing, with a slew of allegations on Tuesday, May 24. The couple was […]

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Rising number of Honda car rim thefts in Bayside contributes to unusual spike in crime stats
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Although grand larcenies are decreasing within the 111th Precinct in Bayside, the overall number of crimes being committed has risen from last year, police said. Police officer Luigi Galano from the 111th Precinct Community Affairs Unit revealed crime statistics at this week’s Queens Community Board 11 meeting at M.S. 158 in Bayside. Galano cited recent pattern of grand larcenies stemming from […]

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Identity thief used Little Neck woman’s info to fund a spending spree at Saks Fifth Avenue
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Police want to find the woman who used a Little Neck victim’s personal information to fund a shopping trip to Saks Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Law enforcement sources said the thief, described as a black female, obtained personal information from a 38-year-old woman sometime between Feb. 20 and Feb. 25 of this year. Police do not yet […]

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Police officers help to reunite a lost autistic boy with his family in Little Neck
Photo by a Little Neck resident

The NYPD‘s mantra of serving and protecting Queens residents proved true on Monday, when police officers successfully helped a lost autistic child reunite with his family in Little Neck. At about 4:30 p.m. on April 25, the 111th Precinct received a 911 call from a public school custodian who informed officers that an adolescent was […]

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Cops issue 83 summonses and confiscate 6 motorcycles in a huge Queens-wide crackdown
Photo courtesy of Twitter/110th Precinct

Officers from several Queens precincts handed out 83 summonses and confiscated six motorcycles for violations ranging from unlicensed operators to drivers going the wrong way down a one-way street. Motorcyclists are required to register their bikes with the city every year and registration expires this month, which is why the NYPD conducts the operation at this time. […]

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