A Brooklyn Trailblazer Is America’s First Female Hasidic Judge

For much of her adult life, Rachel Freier has been a trailblazer in her Hasidic Brooklyn community of Borough Park: a lawyer, an advocate for higher education, the director of an all-female ambulance service and founder of a nonprofit to aid underprivileged mothers during the Gulf War. Read more

$10K Swiped From Unlocked Safe At Borough Park Synagogue

Brooklyn, NY – Two days after four Torahs were stolen from a locked Flatbush synagogue, a Borough Park synagogue was the scene of another robbery, as $10,000 in cash was removed from a wall safe. Read more

James O’Neill: Borough Park Community Leader Boasted About Snagging Favor From Future Top Cop

A Borough Park community leader bragged on a taped phone call how he pulled some strings to get future top cop James O’Neill to transfer a friendly lieutenant back to the neighborhood. Read more

66th Precinct Lieutenant Stripped of Badge, Gun Over NYPD Scandal

A high-ranking Brooklyn cop has been stripped of his badge and gun over ties to a key figure in an alleged $1 million NYPD bribery scheme. Read more

NYPD Name Williamsburg Suspect Who Lured Borough Park Boy Into Car For Sex Act

Brooklyn, NY – It was good police work that led police to the Williamsburg man that they believe lured a nine year old Chasidic boy to his vehicle and then performed a sex act in front of the child. Read more

NYPD Hunt For Perv Who Masturbated After Luring Hasidic Boy, 9, Into His Car In Borough Park

A stranger lured a 9-year-old Hasidic boy into his car and then pleasured himself in front of the child at a Brooklyn street corner just five blocks from where another boy was abducted before he was murdered, the TOT has learned. Read more

Borough Park Bakery Owner Criticizes NYPD For Lame Response To Emergency Call

Brooklyn, NY – The owner of a Brooklyn bakery took the local police precinct to task after a 911 call to report a violent individual in his store received a belated telephone response. Read more

FBI: 3 Arrested For Breaking Into Banks In Borough Park And Queens, Cutting Through Roof, Stealing $5 Million In Cash, Valuables

NEW YORK — Three men accused of stealing more than $5 million in a series of bank thefts in New York City are now facing federal charges. Read more

Family Member of Jeremy Reichberg Tried To Remove Evidence From Home on Day of Arrest

A relative of the Brooklyn businessman accused of giving gifts, trips, and hookers to cops in exchange for a “private police force” tried to remove seven cellphones from the family home the day of his arrest, Manhattan federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Read more