September 5, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

KNIFE-WIELDING

SUSPECT KILLED

Responding to a call of an assault in progress at 108-06 Avenue N early last Sunday, a 69 Precinct detective fatally shot a man who, while threatening family members, allegedly lunged at him with a knife, police said. More...

Top Stories

Suspect Arrested After Robbing

Youths In Summer-Job Pay Line

Thanks to some quick work and intervention by a passing former cop, police from the 69 Precinct last week arrested a man they said tried to rob a youth who had just picked up his pay for working for the city all summer. More...

Real Estate Scam Suspect Caught Showing Bogus Apts. By Charles Rogers

After allegedly scamming "a number of victims out of literally thousands of dollars," police said, a man who described himself as a real estate agent was arrested practically in the act of committing the scam here last week. More...

New Yorkers Most Affected By Post 9/11 Stress Disorder

As we near the one-year mark for the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that New Yorkers who had direct exposure to the terrorist attacks had higher psychological distress levels for More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeThe Long, Lingering Day That Changed America

The events of September 11, 2001, relentlessly ripple across our daily lives. There More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Protect Yourself From
West Nile Virus

This summer the news has been filled with reports of the spread of West Nile across the United States. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Breukelen Houses Resident

Hurt In Drive-By Shooting

A 19-year-old resident of Breukelen Houses was slightly injured last Saturday afternoon when he was the target of a drive-by shooting while sitting in a parked car in front of his building. More...

Free Child Fingerprinting

Available At 69 Precinct

There have been an unusual number of child abductions reported by the media lately. More...

We Don’t Know Yet Whether

Dead Crow Had W. Nile Virus

The City Department of Health said it would take at least another week before it is determined whether the crow that was found on a sidewalk on East 104 Street, south of Avenue K on August 27, was infected with the West Nile virus. More...

Arts & Entertainment

September/October Movie Preview

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Special Examines How Teenagers Reacted To September 11

Roksana Mun discusses myths about Muslims in a segment of “Dealing with differences,” the final episode of In The Mix: The New Normal. Jennifer Huegel More...

C’est La Vie

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Features Synd., Inc. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The Middle
Precinct Brass Commend Rank & File And Community

Things were going pretty smoothly in the 69 Precinct area, according to Captain Robert Johnsen commanding officer, and Executive Officer Captain Daniel Sosnowicz. More...

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