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Kenneth Ramsuer, Glenn Grays' lawyer, said the confrontation shook Grays to his core and he's been unable to return to work.

One brief moment in time would prove fatal for the Staten Island teen, who family and friends lovingly called, "Poppa Jawn."

Forty-one-year-old Aitabdel Salem, a native of Algeria, spent five months on New York's Rikers Island because, uhm, officials failed to tell him that bail was set at $2.

The high school student was shot twice — once in each bicep — with one of the bullets punching through her arm and into her chest.

More than eight months after Gabay's death, it's unclear what led police to the alleged gunman.

The police arrested a Bronx man accused of wheeling his wife's corpse on a dolly. He is charged with second-degree murder.

Claude Ruffin, 62, says officers came into his room at a Long Island City shelter on New Year's Eve, grabbed him and walked him outside. When the veteran pulled his arm away from one of the cops, a struggle ensued. It wasn't until Ruffin felt one of the cop's guns that he realized he was dealing with law enforcement.

Three New York Police Department officers and a lieutenant recorded on video arresting an on-duty postal worker in Crown Heights, Brooklyn earlier this month have been reassigned from their normal posts during an investigation into the incident, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Tuesday.

An autopsy showed Gray was shot seven times with three bullets entering his back, indicating he might have been running from the police, not facing them.

"It is not a crime for someone to voice outrage after almost being struck by a vehicle," Brooklyn Borough President stressed at a press conference about the arrest.

The rookie police officer who shot and killed unarmed Brooklyn man Akai Gurley has been recommended by the lead prosecutor in the case to not serve any prison time. Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson suggested that former NYPD cop Peter Liang should serve community service and house arrest instead of jail time, the NYPD Daily […]

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Officer Richard Haste will face departmental charges from the NYPD in an "expeditious" manner.