Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018

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Use caution to avoid becoming victim of theft

Our readers weighed in on the latest capers in our newspapers’ police blotters and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Comment

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018


Feds cuff three Williamburg baddies in bust of nationwide heroin ring

Three Williamsburg men could spend the rest of their lives behind bars after the Feds this week arrested and charged them for dealing heroin in the neighborhood, elsewhere in the city, and shipping it across the country. Comment
Make an appointment with the Gallery Players! Comment
Many Kings County stoners with misdemeanor pot convictions can clear their criminal records at two free events that Brooklyn’s top prosecutor is hosting next week in Flatbush and Bedford-Stuyvesant. Comment
Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Bridge Park getting squash court at Pier 2

Prep-are to get squashed! Comment
The state is doling out more than $250,000 to four environmental organizations for projects the groups say will help purify the poo-filled waters of Coney Island Creek over the next two years, after officials put out a call for proposals to clean up the filthy waterway in February. Comments (2)
Prosecutors are investigating the organizers of a much-hyped holiday market at the Brooklyn Museum, after a vendor who signed up to hawk her wares there claimed the Christmas-themed bazaar was a Yuletide scam that ended up costing her big time. Comment
Park Slope

US Attorney: Man lured Park Slope girl to Texas as part of child-porn scheme

A teenage girl reported missing from her Park Slope home in September left the borough in the company of an out-of-state man who met her online, and convinced the 15-year-old to move to his Texas motorhome as part of a sickening child-pornography scheme, according to a source familiar with the incident. Comment

Winter wheel: Stay warm at the Dreamland Roller Rink

The new indoor roller rink will open in Industry City tonight! Comment

Sunset Park man charged for stabbing interpreter with kitchen knife

A Sunset Park man faces up to 25 years in prison for allegedly stabbing a Cantonese interpreter in the back with a kitchen knife while she visited his home last month. Comment

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