The mother of an Israeli-American teen believed to have been behind hundreds of hoax bomb threats against Jewish institutions in the US said her son has diagnosed autism and could not control his actions due to a tumor in his brain.
The NYPD cops accused of providing favors in exchange for bribes are gearing up for a massive motion to dismiss their case — citing the same US Supreme Court ruling that helped save Mayor de Blasio from prosecution and which could force new trials for disgraced politicians Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos.
Brooklyn, NY – A Borough Park resident who made allegedly suggestive comments to three young boys was arrested Thursday night and charged with three counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child.
Jerusalem – Israel’s Supreme Court officially allowed a Safed women to divorce her comatose husband, ending a decade-long process.
Manhattan federal prosecutors continue to investigate a public official with ties to real-estate-investor-turned-government-snitch Jona Rechnitz, unsealed court documents show.
Monsey, NY – Rockland County has implemented its fourth and final phase in its effort to crack down on illegal housing: creating a registry of all buildings that contain three or more housing units.
Jona Rechnitz, the government key cooperator in an NYPD-corruption probe, told the feds that his former businessman pal Jeremy Reichberg was with him every step of the way as he bribed city officials.
It was “snowing’’ in the Diamond District Friday, where cops confiscated $2 million worth of cocaine at a fake jewelry business.