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Police Blotter and Community Council Report

Police Blotter and Community Council Report

RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT: Tao of Conflict Meets Blotter Style Guide | They’re no Golden Girls, and the tune they’re singing certainly isn’t “Thank You for Being a Friend.” Two females, both 23 years old, were deep into a night of fun by the time 1 a.m. rolled around on Wed., Oct. 10. Fate found them at […]

Police Blotter: The Auxiliary Officer Editor

Police Blotter: The Auxiliary Officer Editor

BY SCOTT STIFFLER PETIT LARCENY: Dove thief gives drugstore no peace | Was he just in a mad rush to resupply and take his morning shower? Doubtful. At 8:04 a.m. on Fri., Oct. 5, an in-store Loss Prevention Officer at Rite Aid (282 Eighth Ave., corner of W. 24th St.) stopped a 36-year-old man who was […]

Police Blotter: The NCO Edition

Police Blotter: The NCO Edition

BY SCOTT STIFFLER ASSAULT: Horseshoes, hand grenades, and auto accidents | Imagine what this overheated hothead would have done if the cab actually crashed into him! A hard-working cabbie was the victim of an assault that took place at 9:20 p.m. on Thurs., Sept. 27, at the southeast corner of W. 10th Ave. and W. 18th […]

Police Blotter: From Our Sept. 27, 2018 Print Edition

Police Blotter: From Our Sept. 27, 2018 Print Edition

OFFICERS AND OTHERS MAKE A SPECIAL DELIVERY | A group of New York’s Finest (NYPD), Bravest (FDNY), and Best (EMT) upstaged the stork on Fri., Sept. 21 at 12:37 p.m., when they responded to a 911 call requesting assistance at The Westin New York at Times Square (270 W. 43rd St., btw. Seventh & Eighth Aves.). Upon […]

Police Blotter: From the Pages of our Aug. 30, 2018 issue

Police Blotter: From the Pages of our Aug. 30, 2018 issue

HOMICIDE: Passerby alerted FDNY | On Wed., Aug. 1, an adult male was passing by 440 W. 38th St. (btw. Ninth & 10th Aves.) at approximately 3:40 a.m., when he noticed a man lying on the street, unconscious and unresponsive. He alerted those working at an FDNY firehouse on the block. EMS responded and tended to […]

Police Blotter: From Our July 19, 2018 Print Edition

Police Blotter: From Our July 19, 2018 Print Edition

PETIT LARCENY: Something’s ajar | Stealing is bad enough — but the shameless thievery of somebody’s well-earned dough? That really makes our wheat chafe (okay, chaff). Such a high crime of low behavior happened at 6:55pm on Thurs, July 12, when somebody ran off with the tip jar from Momenta, a bubble tea and juice shop […]

Police Blotter: 10th Precinct

Police Blotter: 10th Precinct

Rough Ride | A man told police that around 4:20 a.m. on Wed., June 27, he got into the car of a woman he had just met and they headed toward a nightclub at Ninth Ave. and W. 16th St. When they stopped for gas at a station, the man, 21, gave the woman, 32, his […]

Police Blotter: From the Pages of Our May 24, 2018 Print Edition

Police Blotter: From the Pages of Our May 24, 2018 Print Edition

LARCENY: Uneasy rider | A man wanted to take a joyride on his motorcycle after work, but his license plate was stolen. The incident happened on Fri., May 18 just after midnight in front of 300 12th Ave. (in the emerging Hudson Yards neighborhood). The 33-year-old victim says he was coming out of work when he […]

Police Blotter: Week of May 17, 2018

Police Blotter: Week of May 17, 2018

LOST PROPERTY: Shutterbug loses sight of it | A woman lost her credit card and phone case when she was taking photos on the corner of W. 34th St. and 12th Ave. on Thurs., May 10 at 12 noon. The 33-year-old told police she had her case in a white bag — but when she looked […]

10th Precinct Community Council Report and Blotter

10th Precinct Community Council Report and Blotter

BY TABIA C. ROBINSON | About a dozen Chelsea residents attended the 10th Precinct’s monthly Community Council meeting on Wed., April 25. Council President Larry O’Neill brought the meeting to order shortly after 7 p.m. by announcing that there should be no audio or video recording during the meeting. The policy, meant to address privacy […]

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