New York City police detectives are still seeking information regarding a burglary at St. Anastasia Church, Douglaston, on Friday, Aug. 26.
A federal judge on Friday declared a homeless man — who allegedly desecrated a crucifix at St. Athanasius Church in Bensonhurst and is accused of trying to light fire to a Brooklyn synagogue — mentally unfit to stand trial.
After a vandal wrote “All Catholics are rapists” in black marker outside the Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens’ headquarters in Brooklyn Heights, the NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect.
Fifty years to the day of his ordination, Msgr. David Cassato was feted by his parishioners, fellow clergy members and friends at a gala on Friday, May 27 that marked not only his golden anniversary but his retirement.
The man suspected of opening fire and killing a subway rider over the weekend turned himself in at a Lower Manhattan NYPD precinct on Tuesday, according to authorities.
A man who shot and killed Daniel Enriquez, 48, on a Q train in Lower Manhattan on Sunday, May 22 was still at large after what appeared to be a random act of violence, according to authorities. It was the fourth subway homicide since Jan. 1.
Police have nabbed the suspect who went on a shooting rampage on a Brooklyn subway train, authorities said. The suspect, identified by police as Frank R. James, 62, was arrested Wednesday — the day after the shootings — in the East Village following a stabbing incident.
Connor Armstrong, who lives in Bay Ridge, was on the ill-fated N train when a gunman opened fire Tuesday morning. He recalled the moments of terror he and other straphangers faced immediately after the attack.
As the news unfolded about a subway attack Tuesday morning, Father Fulgencio Gutierrez, pastor of St. Michael’s Church, started to pray. His church is located just six blocks from where the shooting took place.
As some 50 current and retired NYPD officers gathered at the Passionists’ Thomas Berry Place Retreat House in Jamaica, Queens, on March 23, among them was Bishop Robert Brennan.