Stephen is a writer and producer who has worked at the New York Daily News, North Jersey Media Group and Fox News Radio. He is a graduate of Caldwell University.

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  • Former D.A. who prosecuted crimes begins trial, charged with 4 felonies

    CENTRAL ISLIP, Long Island — He was, until recently, one of the most powerful people in law enforcement in all of New York state. However, on Thursday, Thomas Spota, the former district attorney of Suffolk County, was facing serious criminal charges. Also facing the same charges was one of Spota’s most trusted assistants, former head of the government corruption investigation unit at the D.A.’s office, Christopher McPartland. Typically, high profile defendants like them walk in to court with their attorneys, […]

  • Woman steals four dogs in the Bronx: police

    THE BRONX — A woman is being sought in connection to a grand larceny case in the Bronx, according to police. The incident took place on Saturday at 10 a.m. on Prospect Avenue. A 33-year-old woman returned to a building to retrieve her four dogs and discovered they were taken from the driveway of the location. Subsequent investigation determined they had been stolen by an unidentified woman observed on surveillance at 9:40 a.m. The woman was seen on camera entering […]

  • Man invades 8 LI homes in 6 months: police

    SUFFOLK COUNTY, L.I. — Police on Long Island are investigating a man who entered eight different homes in a span of six months. These break-ins occurred between May and November, all in the dead of night. In two of the incidents, the man made non-sexual physical contact with female residents before fleeing in an unknown direction, possibly on a bicycle. In the other six incidents, he fled after being confronted by a resident. No one was injured and nothing was […]

  • NYCHA activating emergency heat response plan; 2,400+ units currently without heat or hot water

    HARLEM — As the coldest night of the season approached Tuesday, the heat and hot water at the Lincoln houses went out at about 10 a.m. Many residents wondered how they’d make it through the night. NYCHA vowed to bring on extra crews to deal with heating issues like this, and just a few hours before the coldest temperatures set in the heat and hot water came back on. But that didn’t stop some people from preparing for the worst. […]

  • Good Samaritan, 72, pistol whipped in Bronx robbery: police

    MORRIS PARK, the Bronx — Two men are being sought in connection with a robbery that occurred in Morris Park in mid-October, police said. The incident occurred on October 17 at 9:07 a.m. on Wallace Avenue. Authorities say a 25-year-old man was walking to his residence when an unidentified man displayed a firearm, demanding his watch. A 72-year-old resident of the building saw what was happening and tried to intervene when the man struck him in the head with the […]

  • Burglars take $140,000 of luggage and jewelry from Bronx townhouse: police

    RIVERDALE, the Bronx — A residence in the Bronx was robbed to the tune of six figures by two individuals on Saturday, according to police. The robbery took place on Grosvenor Street on Saturday at approximately 5:16 p.m. The unidentified individuals gained entry into the townhouse by damaging the rear window on the balcony. Once inside, they took $140,000 worth of luggage and jewelry before fleeing in an unknown direction. The Daily News reported the residence belongs to billionaire Don […]

  • Woman fatally struck by car in Brooklyn hit-and-run: police

    CYPRESS HILLS, Brooklyn — A 50-year-old woman died Thursday after being hit by a vehicle that drove off in Brooklyn back in October, according to police. The deadly collision took place on October 28. Around 7:33 p.m., police responded to report of a collision at Liberty Avenue and Crescent Street in Cypress Hills, officials said. Upon arrival, officers discovered 50-year-old Vabita Arjune with severe trauma to her torso, according to police. EMS transported Arjune to Jamaica Medical Center, where she […]

  • Massive fire at Bronx factory ruled accidental: FDNY

    HUNTS POINT, the Bronx — The FDNY said Saturday that a factory fire Friday night in the Bronx was ruled accidental, and was caused by an unextinguished barrel. Fire units responded to the three-alarm fire just after 9 p.m. at a factory at 1173 Worthen St. in the Hunts Point section, the FDNY said at the time. Per #FDNY Fire Marshals: Cause of yesterday’s 3-alarm fire at 1173 Worthen St in the Bronx was accidental, unextinguished barrel — FDNY (@FDNY) […]

  • Queens woman fatally stabbed by husband in apparent murder-suicide: police

    OZONE PARK, Queens — A woman who was found stabbed to death in Queens Friday night is believed to have been stabbed by her husband, police said Saturday. Officers responded to a report of a person assaulted around 7:25 p.m. and found 27-year-old Donne Dojoy, of Queens, with several stab wounds in a residential building on Albert Road, near Whitelaw Street, in Ozone Park, authorities said. EMS responded and declared Dojoy dead at the scene, officials said. While canvassing the […]

  • Woman found stabbed to death in Queens: police

    Update: Police now say the woman’s death was part of an apparent murder-suicide involving her husband. OZONE PARK, Queens — A woman was found stabbed to death in a Queens home Friday, according to police. Officers responded to a report of a person assaulted around 7:25 p.m., and found 27-year-old Donne Dojoy, of Queens, with several stab wounds in the residential building on Albert Road in Ozone Park, authorities said. EMS also responded and declared Dojoy dead at the scene, […]

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