The ring fell about eight feet down a grate before being recovered.
Two New York Police Department officers are under public scrutiny after body camera footage released this week showed them allegedly planting drugs in a black teenager's car.
In Los Angeles, at least three Orthodox Jewish women say a man has been yanking their modest wigs from their heads.
Ishi Woney, 23, of New York City, was arrested in New Jersey for allegedly forcing two women into prostitution, including a Pennsylvania teen who hadn't been seen for more than a year.
After the alleged rape, the girl told police she didn't know her attacker but had seen him around the neighborhood.
Three more people were arrested on Monday and awaiting arraignment in Manhattan's criminal court, authorities confirmed.
Critics questioned the conduct of police at prior confrontations between far-right groups and protesters.
"Because of the controversy, a lot of cops criticized him. Me being aligned with him was seen as standing with the enemy."
Three sergeants, two detectives, two officers, and a retired detective held following three-year investigation.
A young boy noticed a foot sticking out of one of the bags.
Exclusive: Edgar Alvarez said his 7-year-old daughter has been left "terrified" after New York Police Department officers descended on a "peaceful" neighborhood gathering.
The incident took place on a bus.
After his arrest in Los Angeles, Drayton reportedly claimed to be responsible for seven murders.
Danueal Drayton, who was arrested in Los Angeles on charges of rape and attempted murder, is on probation in Connecticut and a suspect in the death of a 29-year-old nurse in New York.
"You have a right to be here. It's not illegal to be homeless," a New York Police Department officer told homeless people who were allegedly sprayed with a hose by a McDonald's employee.
"Why did it take this long?" Hawk Newsome, a civil rights activist and head of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, said.
Less than 25 percent of New York Police Department officers have received implicit bias and crisis intervention training since both were promised in 2015.
"My heart is already broken."
Attorneys representing The Daily Dot argued that the NYPD's refusal to provide the handgun applications violated the Freedom of Information Law.
"I wish I didn't expect this and I wish I was surprised by it," Darren Martin said.