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.
Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich’s reaction to possible disclosure from an old ethics investigation is to threaten anyone who breaks a confidentiality agreement. Not exactly a reform platform.
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.
It will be a beautiful day when no one will ever have to worry about dying from or watching someone die from HIV/AIDS, when there is a cure for those already diagnosed and a vaccination to prevent the further spread of this devastating disease.
The former Vice President will appear at a benefit for the borough’s GOP, and he’ll face just the kind of crowd he likes – a roomful of Republicans, and his daughter Liz.
A row of tobacco ads went up at the BP gas station right across the street from a private high school. It’s got Staten Islanders smoking, all right – with rage.
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.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said none of the money from toll increases will be used for the World Trade Center. But New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave that as a reason for the increase.