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    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) — On May 8, a pizza parlor in Citrus Heights was vandalized, with a large number of windows broken by masked suspects, said Citrus Heights Police. The restaurant, which was a Mountain Mike’s Pizza located on Sunrise Boulevard and Antelope Road, had over 30 windows broken by vandals. READ MORE: Gov. Newsom Includes Temporary Tax Cut For California Pot Industry In Budget ProposalPolice have no suspect but are actively keeping an eye out and continue to canvass the area. READ MORE: Arrest Made After Arden Arcade Stabbing Leaves Man, 53, DeadThe same restaurant had windows broken earlier this year, so police are looking into the possibility that the restaurant is being targeted. MORE NEWS: Firefighter Killed On The Job By Falling Tree In Tuolumne County Escorted Home By ConvoyAlthough police were able to obtain video footage of the crime, the suspects were wearing a hood and mask and thus were unidentifiable.
    Two teenagers who died when multiple people shot into a crowded Airbnb underage party early Sunday morning have been identified. Police say Mathew Steffy-Ross and Jaiden Brown—both just 17 years old—died from gunshot wounds they sustained at a party with around 200 people crammed inside the second-floor rental property in Pittsburgh’s East Allegheny neighborhood. Several other people were injured when the gunfire erupted, either from bullets or during the chaotic scene that followed. Several people at the party described how people jumped out second-floor windows and pushed through doors to escape the shots. Local media outlets on Sunday morning showed gunshot holes in the walls and several broken windows. “The initial investigation reveals a large party was being held at the short-term rental property, with as many as 200 people in attendance, many of them underage,” police said in a statement Sunday. “As many as 50 rounds were fired inside, prompting some party-goers to jump out the windows, sustaining injuries such as broken bones and lacerations. Several more shots were fired outside the home.” On Monday, police...
    QUEENS, New York (WABC) -- An employee at a pawn shop in Queens was shot in the head inside the shop Monday afternoon.Police say the incident happened just before 1 p.m. inside the shop located at 178-22 Jamaica Avenue.They say a 65-year-old man was shot once in the head.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. He was taken to Jamaica Medical Center in critical condition.Police say the suspect fled on foot.He's described as a man wearing a black jacket, grey cargo pants, black sneakers, camouflage Adidas baseball cap with a white logo and carrying a book bag.No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.This is breaking news. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.----------* More Queens news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip...
    FAR ROCKAWAY, Queens (WABC) -- A man was fatally shot in Queens on Saturday night.Police say the victim was shot twice in his head shortly after 8 p.m. on Grassmere Terrace in Far Rockaway.He was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.The gunman fled the scene and remains on the loose.Police are currently investigating what led up to the shooting.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* More Queens news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    HEMPSTEAD, Long Island (WABC) -- A 7-year-old girl has been shot on Long Island.Police responded to a home on Evans Avenue in Hempstead on Saturday afternoon to discover the young girl with a gunshot wound to her arm.She was taken to the hospital for treatment.Authorities are still investigating the circumstances of the shooting.No arrests have been made.On Friday, a three-year-old girl was shot while her father was taking her out of day care in Brooklyn. Police are currently still looking for the suspect,ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* More Long Island news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    (CNN)The New York Police Department is cracking down on offenses that have become part of daily life in some neighborhoods: public consumption of alcohol, open-air marijuana sales and public urination.The goal is to combat relatively minor infractions that the nation's largest police department maintains lower the quality of life and foment the type of disorder that resulted in 30 shootings last weekend and Monday -- including a 7-year-old girl wounded in gang crossfire. In Detroit, the city's newly released plan to reduce violent crime over the summer refers to the association between "urban blight" and gun violence and vows greater enforcement of noise complaints and traffic offenses and keeping a close eye on vacant lots and buildings. In Miami Beach, city officials responded to what they say are "excessively large and unruly spring break crowds" by declaring a state of emergency and imposing a midnight to 6 a.m. curfew through Monday. New York City crime wave continues into 2022 as city rolls out safety plan Across the nation, law enforcement initiatives such as these are renewing an old debate over...
    LEONIA, New Jersey (WABC) -- The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit and the Leonia Police Department are investigating a homicide Saturday morning.The police department received a call from an apartment complex at 147 Grand Avenue near Overpeck Preserve around 10:00 a.m. that an occupant may have been the victim of a stabbing.When officers arrived, they found 35-year-old Alicia Arnone dead from an apparent stab wound.The prosecutor and police department are currently investigating the incident.No other details have been released at this time.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New Jersey news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    ALLERTON, Bronx (WABC) -- Police are searching for a young woman who punched a worker at a Chinese restaurant in the Bronx.Officers say the woman seen in surveillance video got into an argument with the employee about the food service.She then went behind the counter and punched the worker repeatedly in the head before taking off.It happened at the China Mia restaurant on White Plains Road in Allerton on March 7.Police are asking for the public's help tracking down that suspect.Call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit tips by visiting the CrimeStoppers website at crimestoppers.nypdonline.org or by messaging on Twitter @NYPDTips.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* More Bronx news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip...
    FLATBUSH, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A five-alarm fire that broke out early Saturday morning in Brooklyn has been declared under control.The blaze broke out around 2:30 a.m. in a 2-story building along Church Avenue in Flatbush.Video from the Citizen app showed heavy smoke coming from the structure.At least 170 FDNY members were called to the scene.There were no immediate reports of injuries.The cleanup is expected to be extensive, and storefronts up and down the street have been affected.Fire investigators are working to determine the cause.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A three-year-old girl was shot in the shoulder while coming out of daycare in Brooklyn, police say.The shooting happened on 127 Riverdale Avenue in Brownsville just after 6 p.m. on Friday.The girl was taken to Maimonides Medical Center. Her condition is currently unknown. Her father was not shot.Police say she was an innocent bystander.No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.ALSO READ | NYPD launching quality-of-life initiative; critics fear return to 'broken windows'EMBED More News Videos The NYPD announced a citywide initiative to crack down on quality of life offenses, which critics say reinstates so-called "broken windows" policing. NJ Burkett has the story. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- In response to the increased numbers of shootings and thefts in New York City, as well as a rise in quality-of-life offenses that officials say contribute to crime and disorder, the NYPD on Wednesday announced a citywide initiative to crack down on such offenses.The initiative, which NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said is a response to the public-safety concerns of everyday New Yorkers, will deploy NYPD officers across boroughs and bureaus.They will work in tandem to rapidly identify and respond to crime trends and to address the conditions that fuel them."As I stated on my first day as commissioner, after visiting an officer who was shot two hours and 39 minutes into the New Year, there are too many people carrying illegal guns and too many people willing to use them," Sewell said. "That has to change. Now."ALSO READ: Feces attack suspect back behind bars after arrest in HarlemEMBED More News Videos Frank Abrokwa is being held after a judge set bail at $5,000 for charges stemming from a violent incident at a storage facility in...
    PALO ALTO (CBS SF) — Police in Palo Alto arrested a man suspected of smashing windows at several downtown businesses early Monday morning on a dozen felony vandalism charges, according to authorities. On Monday morning shortly before 4 a.m., the Palo Alto Police dispatch center received a call of an vandalism in-progress that had just happened at SliderBar located on the 300 block of University Avenue. READ MORE: Los Gatos Police Seek Suspect In Open Space Trail AssaultsThe caller said they saw the suspect kick and shatter a front window of the restaurant before walking away, also noting that other businesses in the immediate area also had broken windows. Officers responded immediately and quickly detained the suspect without incident near the intersection of Bryant Street and Lytton Avenue. Police said an area check revealed that numerous other businesses in downtown Palo Alto had broken windows. Those businesses included Siam Royal, the Apple Store, Design Within Reach, a Union Bank branch, YAYOI, and a lululemon store all on a two block stretch of University Avenue. Palo Alto felony vandalism...
    BERLIN (AP) — Several windows at a mosque in the eastern German city of Leipzig were broken after dozens of people set off fireworks, set fire to garbage cans and threw bottles at cars, police said Tuesday. It wasn’t clear whether the mosque was targeted deliberately. The windows were broken on Monday evening, police told news agency dpa. Before that, the group of about 80 people had marched nearby and thrown paint and stones at a police patrol car. Police estimated the total value of the damage caused during the incident at 30,000 euros (nearly $34,000). The mosque — run by the the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs, or DITIB — appeared to be the only building that was damaged, but police didn’t say whether that was on purpose and there was no word on whether there was any political motive. There were no arrests, though officers took 12 people to a police station to register their identity. Police initially linked the damage to a march by what they believed was a left-wing group. They opened an investigation into...
    A 26-year-old Long Island man is facing charges after police said he broke store windows with a shovel. Dwight Clermont, of Amityville, was charged with six counts of second-degree criminal mischief and seven counts of third-degree criminal mischief, according to the Nassau County Police Department. NCPD said the incident happened in Hempstead at about 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Officers responded to a report of multiple cars with broken windshields on Lawrence Street near Hempstead Turnpike, police said. When officers arrived, they saw the broken windshields, and a witness told them that a man was seen smashing store windows with a shovel on Fulton Avenue, NCPD reported. Officers located the suspect, identified as Clermont, a short time later on Fulton Avenue near Surrey Lane, authorities said. Police ordered Clermont to drop the shovel, and he was arrested without incident, NCPD said.  Police said Clermont is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday, Dec. 2.
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/BCN) — Mayor London Breed and other San Francisco city officials announced the launching of a new grant program on Wednesday that aims to help small businesses recover from vandalism done to their storefronts. The Storefront Vandalism Relief Grant program will provide between $1,000 and $2,000 in financial relief to businesses for repairing and restoring the damages, depending on the total cost incurred. READ MORE: HWY 1 CRASH UPDATE: CHP Reports One Dead After Car Goes Over Cliff Near Devil’s Slide Vandalism has become an increasing problem for businesses, many of which are continuing to recover from financial losses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, police arrested two men in separate vandalism cases in which both were accused of smashing the windows of numerous businesses throughout the city. Back in June, officers arrested Steven Gaffney, 43, accusing him of breaking the windows of several businesses in the Mission and Taraval neighborhoods. Police estimated the total cost of the damages done by Gaffney was over $35,000. San Francisco Mayor London Breed announces reimbursement program for local businesses affected by...
    BOSTON (CBS) – A group of sophomore students from Boston University now have to spend their first night back at school at a hotel because of what they walked into Wednesday morning. Six students were set to move into an apartment along Linden Street the day before classes were set to begin at Boston University. The apartment had holes in the wall, shattered glass on the ground from broken windows and trash throughout. READ MORE: Tornado Warnings Issued For Parts Of Cape Cod, Marthas Vineyard “We talked to the realtor yesterday, we said there’s broken windows, broken doors, he said it would all be cleaned this morning and we got here at 12 and it looked like nobody even touched the place,” student Ruedi Kafabach said. READ MORE: Flash Flood Warning As Idas Remnants Likely To Bring Up To 5+ Inches Of Rain Overnight City housing inspectors walked through the Linden Street apartment alongside Mayor Kim Janey. Janey says situations like this is why they have more than 50 city inspectors come out every year to ensure...
    Editor’s note: We endeavor to bring you the top voices on current events representing a range of perspectives. Below is a column arguing that prosecuting petty crimes has been an effective way to reduce violent crime in American cities. You can find a counterpoint here, where Director of Communications for the Libertarian Party Laryssa Gaughen argues that prosecuting people for petty crimes won’t reduce violent crime in American cities. “Broken Windows,” or quality-of-life policing, is the foundation of any successful community policing strategy. Along with other proactive policing innovations including CompStat data-driven policing, it was key to the historic crime reductions of the 1990s. Quality-of-life policing is vital to reducing violence and saving black lives in high-crime inner city neighborhoods, but in major American cities it has been destroyed by the policies of Black Lives Matter Marxists, Democrat mayors and George Soros-sponsored pro-criminal states attorneys. The Broken Windows theory of policing originated by James Q. Wilson and George Kelling. They argued that if neighborhood disorder, decay and low-level crime are tolerated, lawlessness will increase and create an environment within which more...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Just days after Governor Newsom signed a bill creating an Organized Retail Task Force to crack down brazen retail thefts, his family-owned wine shop in San Francisco was targeted by thieves, according to a report. Police said the alarm sounded around 6:40 a.m. on Tuesday, at PlumpJack Wines & Spirits located at Greenwich and Fillmore streets. When officers arrived, they found a broken storefront window, but no suspects inside the store. READ MORE: Brush Fire Burns In North San Jose, Milpitas Along Coyote Creek Area A company spokesman confirmed the break-in attempt according to the San Francisco Chronicle. READ MORE: COVID: San Franciscos City Employee Vaccine Mandate Is Not A First In America According to police, this was the fourth time this year burglars hit the Cow Hollow store and broke it’s windows. Tuesday’s incident remains under investigation. MORE NEWS: CoCo County Supes Lift Hemp Moratorium, Leave Ban On Vaping Sales In Place Newsom opened PlumpJack Wines & Spirits in 1992. Before taking office as governor in 2019, Newsom announced he would step away from...
    Retired Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino, host of "Unfiltered" on Fox News Channel, said Tuesday that liberals and Democrats may seem "dumb" when their political decisions result in exponential spikes in homicides and other crimes, but that they instead are intentionally causing urban mayhem to further their political ends. "If you had a wish list of things that you were intentionally trying to cause chaos and anarchy [with] in the cities in a destructive situation where people’s lives were in danger every day, the liberals running America’s biggest cities are like 9 out of 10," Bongino said. "Chicago: 92 shot, 16 killed -- you may say this year? No, this weekend. That’s this weekend. And then they lie about it so not only is it liberal mayors and liberal governors who run places like New York, not only have they decimated America’s great cities and ascent of this country into chaos but they lie to your face about it." Bongino added that Illinois is a prime example of liberal governance gone dangerously awry. He noted how Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot...
    Shattered shed windows, cut screens and a damaged pavilion are just some pieces of evidence of the several recent criminal mischief incidents that occurred at the RVA fields in Boonton Township, police said. The damages occurred over the past several weeks, though police said the most “notable” incident was May 11, when the shed windows were broken and their screens cut. It wasn’t clear whether or not the suspects entered the shed, though nothing appeared to be stolen, police said. In other incidents, the field pavilion was damaged and the lighting fixtures at the 9/11 memorial were “tampered with,” according to police. Each of the incidents remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the BTPD Detective Bureau at 973-402-9371.
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