Confessed Slayer Enraged. William Patrick Farrell screams as he lunges toward fotog taking his picture in van outside Police Headquarters. Police say that Farrell, 25, father of two, reenacted for them the slaying of NYU coed Ann...More
March 03, 1955 License
Leon Liss, Barney Mortillaro, Milton (Shuffles) Goldberg, Louis Liss, Pasquale Chicarelli and gang leader Richard Reese Whittemore (l. to r.) in a police lineup, after they were implicated in a gem holdup on W. 48th St.
March 25, 1926 License
Edward Metelski, who murdered a policeman, and Paul Semenkewitz sit bruised and bleeding after they escaped from Middlesex County Jail and were captured by police.
December 18, 1935 License
Theodore A. Clement in the back of a police paddy wagon after allegedly shooting a man during a poker game.
January 09, 1956 License
DEAD! Under the blunt headline this sensational photo (shown full-frame) showed Ruth Snyder in the electric chair on January 12, 1928, for the murder of her husband - the first such picture ever taken.
January 13, 1928 License
Isadore Strauss in jail cell at police headquarters after his arrest for murder and robbery in connection with Whittemore gang job.
January 20, 1935 License
Abe (Kid Twist) Reles (center) in a police mug shot.
November 04, 1938 License
Liquor store owner Abraham Weissman views the body of stickupman, Otis Mims, whom he shot during an attempted robbery.
January 22, 1955 License
Mass murderer Harry F. Powers, the Butcher of Clarksburg, tells a detective about the details of his grisly murders in Clarksburg, W.Va.
September 01, 1931 License
Nela Bogacki, alias Nella Bogart, madam of the 'Continental call girl ring,' handcuffed to Salema Hontover after being seized by the F.B.I. Both are to be deported for illegal entry.
October 19, 1956 License
The body of Albert Anastasia - who ran Murder, Inc., a gang of hired killers for organized crime, in the late 1930s - lies on the barbershop floor at the Park Sheraton Hotel, Seventh Avenue and West 55th Street, soon after his murder...More
October 25, 1957 License
A manacled LeRoy Luscomb is charged with first degree murder in the killing of his wife with a deer rifle. His wife is on the bed in the rear of the photo.,
April 20, 1943 License
When John Kerr, of 147 W. 84th Street, and Peter Macon, 490 Columbus Avenue, were being booked on a mugging charge at the West 68th St. Precinct today, photographer Phil Grietzer, New York Daily News photographer, drew a bead on the...More
January 19, 1955 License
Frank Lott sits in the 32nd Precinct after police beat him for the murder of Officer Francis X. Walsh.
September 04, 1961 License
Driver and bodyguard Thomas Bilotti lies on the street next to car after he and crime boss Paul Castellano were shot to death outside East Side steakhouse.
December 16, 1985 License