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The New York City Crime Report with Pat Dixon

Robbery. MURDER. RAPE. HILARIOUS.

SINCE 2011, NYC CRIME REPORT HAS BROUGHT YOU THE MOST BRUTAL AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING CRIMES, RIPPED FROM THE BLOOD-SPATTERED PAGES OF NYC'S LEGENDARY TABLOID PRESS, TOLD WITH PRECISION AND A MEASURE OF POETRY AND DISCUSSED WITH IRREVERENCE BY HOST PAT DIXON AND A WIDE-RANGING ROTATION OF GUESTS INCLUDING COMEDIANS, EX-COPS, ATTORNEYS, ACTORS, WRITERS, JOURNALISTS AND EVERYDAY PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN AMERICA'S LARGEST CITY - WORLD'S LONELIEST TOWN. 

 

START WITH ANY EPISODE AND WORK YOUR WAY BACK OR FORWARD. NO WRONG WAY TO PROCEED. 

Aug 5, 2020

True crime in New York City, relevant but not serious. The current crime from the New York tabloids, crime stats from the NYPD, and real world perspective and commentary from host Pat Dixon (This Is Not Happening) and frequent guest Thomas...


Jul 21, 2020

Flutesy back, y'all, and the dude arrested for cutting up those other two old dudes on the 7 train could do 25 years, while one of the world's worst ex-boyfriend-baby-daddies stabs his ex-girlfriend-baby-mama while she pushes the baby in a stroller.

The mayor in it, and a crime witness answers Flutesy's question about a...


Jul 16, 2020

NYPD - jeered by any and all who care to partake while babysitting around the perimeter of a lawless shantytown right outside City Hall left over from the so-called "occupation" by BLM and BLM-adjacent groups.

The Mayor - CLOSING NYC for all outdoor events through Sept. EXCEPT BLM protests, he says, which will be...


Jul 9, 2020

shootings up, murders up, surf's up on a burgeoning crime wave, don't rush, it's not going anywhere, so how is crime DOWN on average across the seven major crime categories?

 


Jun 28, 2020

In the Bronx, a man disemboweled. 

A man in a blonde wig and long coat fires 23 rounds from an AR15, killing 2.

A man set on fire, a child badly burned with fireworks... And the mayor? he's concerned about moving the charging bull statue downtown.

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