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November 20, 2018
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Cops Say: Drunk Driver Kills Honor Student
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-22-2011

BENSONHURST — Seventeen-year-old Terence Tsao was standing in a pedestrian median in the center of Cropsey Avenue at Bay 37th Street, waiting to cross the street on the night of Dec. 16. He never made it to the other side.

The {read more...}





Teen Stabbed in B-Ball Fracas
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-21-2011

A 15-year-old at Erasmus Hall High School in Flatbush was in critical condition yesterday after a fellow student stabbed him repeatedly in the head with a pair of scissors, according to the Daily News. Students said the suspect was {read more...}




Kruger Resigns, Pleads Guilty To Corruption Charges
by AP (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-20-2011

This story has been updated.

By Lawrence Neumeister
And Michael Gormley
Associated Press

BROOKLYN — Just hours after he resigned, former New York state Sen. Carl Kruger (D-Southeast Brooklyn) pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts in an influence peddling case.

Kruger, who held his seat since 1994, agreed not to appeal any prison sentence up to 11 years and three {read more...}





Brooklyn Driver Slams Into Hoboken Cop
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-20-2011

An intoxicated Brooklyn man hit a Hoboken police officer with his car early Sunday morning, according to the Jersey Journal. Justin Edwards, 23, was seen driving rapidly and erratically down Hudson Street. An officer motioned for the man to slow {read more...}




Prospect Heights Woman Set Afire Over $2,000, Suspect Says
by AP (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-19-2011

PROSPECT HEIGHTS (AP) — As Deloris Gillespie went up the elevator to her fifth-floor Brooklyn apartment, carrying groceries, a man was waiting. His face was one her neighbors later recognized, and she surely must have, too.

Surveillance video from inside the small elevator shows that he looked something like an exterminator, with a canister sprayer, white gloves and a dust mask, which was perched atop his head. The sprayer was full of flammable liquid.

When the elevator opened Saturday afternoon, the man {read more...}





Cop-Killing Suspects Indicted for Murder
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-16-2011

Shooting suspect Lamont Pride was indicted in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Friday on murder charges in the death of Police Officer Peter Figoski, along with four other suspects allegedly involved in the botched armed robbery in East New York. The {read more...}




Show of Solidarity in Brooklyn
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-14-2011

Fellow police officers comfort Police Officer Glen Estrada, center, the partner of recently slain NYPD Police Officer Peter Figoski, 47, after the arraignment of Figoski’s accused killer, Lamont Pride, in Brooklyn Supreme Court. Pride was already wanted in a previous, non-fatal shooting in North Carolina but remained on the streets because arrest warrants didn’t require his return there. At right is Patrick Lynch, head of {read more...}




Four More in Custody After NYPD Officer’s Death
by AP (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-13-2011

By Tom Hays
Associated Press

BROOKLYN (AP) — Four more suspects have been taken into custody following the deadly shooting of a New York City police officer who was responding to a break-in in Brooklyn, authorities said Tuesday.

They include a man who had struggled with an officer at the shooting scene on Monday. They also include two {read more...}





NYPD Officer Shot and Killed at Scene of Brooklyn Break-in
by Associated Press (), published online 12-12-2011

By Colleen Long
Associated Press

BROOKLYN — A 22-year veteran police officer responding to a break-in Monday morning was shot in the face and killed by one of the suspects hiding inside the Brooklyn apartment when officers arrived, police officials said.

Officer Peter {read more...}





Chase Leads Cops From Ridge to Heights
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-09-2011

According to the New York Post, on Friday a couple in a red Infiniti led police in a chase from 94th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway to Hicks and Montague streets, where the Infiniti crashed into a light pole. {read more...}




Kelly To Crack Down On Officers’ Parade Rants
by Associated Press (), published online 12-07-2011

NYPD Seeks Computer Records

By Colleen Long
Associated Press

POLICE PLAZA — At least 20 offensive comments made on a Facebook page about the city’s annual West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn may have come from police officers, and the department is seeking {read more...}





Bomb Scare in Bay Ridge Leads To Evacuations
by Paula Katinas (Paula.Katinas@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-05-2011

Man Carries Bag Into 68th Precinct House

By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BAY RIDGE – A bomb scare led to the evacuations of two buildings here, including the 68th Precinct stationhouse, after a man walked into the police station Sunday morning and {read more...}





Auto Loan Fraud Scheme Is Busted
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-02-2011

According to Douglaston (Queens) Patch, 15 Brooklyn and Queens residents have been charged with taking part in a massive automobile loan fraud scheme that scammed 18 financial institutions out of hundreds of millions of dollars. According to the Queens {read more...}




Truck Robbery in Bay Ridge
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-02-2011

Yesterday about 2:50 p.m. at Fifth Avenue and Bay Ridge Avenue, the driver of this delivery truck was threatened at gunpoint, tied up inside his truck and then robbed. The truck bore the name “Talk of the Town Distributors” from Bayville, N.Y. In this photo, undercover police are questioning the driver. Initial reports indicated that the truck was coming from {read more...}




Brooklyn Man Charged With Airline Fight
by AP (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 11-28-2011

Escorted Off JetBlue Plane by FBI Agents

CADMAN PLAZA WEST (AP) — A passenger accused of punching a JetBlue flight attendant who tried to stop him from drinking was charged Monday before a magistrate judge in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Authorities say off-duty NYPD {read more...}




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