The victim lay unconscious in the defendant’s house for 12 to 14 hours before the dealer called for help. And prosecutors say the suspect still sold heroin after that.
Michael Bailey, whose 2-year-old daughter Samyah lost her left eye in a shooting on Sept. 14, was charged with having 55 bags of crack cocaine and 11 bags of coke.
A South Shore man was in India for several months while his money was stolen and cards were taken out in his name. Now police are releasing a photo of a suspect who withdrew money from Chase Bank under the victim’s name.
Douglas Arntsen was arrested in Hong Kong on Sept. 15, and is awaiting extradition to New York, where he had been working for an international law firm in Manhattan.
Authorities say a nursing home aide in Arrochar hit a developmentally disabled patient several times in the head, and a supervisor allegedly tried to cover it up.
Todt Hill and other expensive neighborhoods in Staten Island have been plagued for four years by professional burglars who really seem to know what they’re doing.
The fight started after the officer intervened in what reportedly looked like illegal drug activity. After a wild struggle, the off-duty College of Staten Island Auxiliary Services employee died, possibly of a heart attack.
Devices that measure the alcohol content of a driver’s breath before he can start the car: A great idea for DWI violators – if the devices actually get installed.
Alan Guskind, 72, of Bulls Head, is charged with careless use of a firearm, criminal negligence causing bodily harm and handling a firearm in a careless manner.
In the crash that critically injured a 9-year old girl near the Outerbridge Crossing, police said they detected the smell of alcohol on the driver’s 13-year-old son.