‘It’s your body and your choice — Act like it.’Read More
The 27-year-old victim was riding on the escalator at the Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer subway station on Thursday, Sept. 27 at around 8:30 p.m. when an unidentified suspect challenged her to a fight.Read More
With nearly 2.4 million residents dealing with countless issues, Queens was destined to have a vast legal system. But, as anyone who has traveled from Laurelton to Long Island City for early morning jury duty can attest, it certainly is sprawling too.Read More
A new Assembly bill that would prohibit the operation of private prisons on state property will have no impact on New York City’s lone private jail, a facility located amid an industrial zone in Jamaica.Read More
He swindled a centenarian out of house and home. Now he’s facing 15 years in the big house.
Ricardo Bentham, 58, was hit with a slew of charges for allegedly filing a fake deed and stealing a home from his 101-year-old neighbor, Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced Thursday.Read More