DA Announces Indictments In Unlawful Monopoly On City’s Towing Industry In East Harlem

NY1 reports that the Manhattan DA has announced a major takedown of an illegal enterprise that dominated the city’s towing industry. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Landlord Pleads Quilty To Endangering Tenants

NY1 reports that a East Harlem landlord pled guilty this week after being accused of trying to force rent-stabilized tenants out of their apartment. Continue Reading →

NYC Prosecutors To Dismiss 700,000 Open Warrants From Harlem To Hollis

The city’s top prosecutors are going to forgive and forget. The district attorneys from Harlem to Hollis, Queens announced this week they are dismissing nearly 700,000 warrants for low-level crimes committed more than 10 years ago. Continue Reading →

Turnstile Jumpers Will No Longer Be Arrested From Harlem To Hollis

Thousands of low-level crimes like turnstile jumping will no longer be criminally prosecuted in most circumstances, Manhattan’s district attorney announced on Friday in a significant policy change. Continue Reading →

Here’s How Some New Yorkers’ Warrants Were Forgiven In Harlem

NY1 reports that New Yorkers with outstanding summonses received a fresh start Saturday. The Manhattan district attorney’s office hosted its third “clean slate” warrant forgiveness event. Continue Reading →

Cops Indicted For Unlawful Washington Heights Arrest

Two NYPD officers are facing charges for making up false statements to back up a 2014 arrest of a Washington Heights man, according to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. Continue Reading →

Harlem Teacher, Jailed For Sexually Assaulting Boys In Disturbing Fondling ‘Game’

A former choir teacher at a Harlem charter school has been sentenced to 20 years to life in a state prison for sexually assaulting two young boys in his class. Continue Reading →

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