In the News: Hit-and-Run Arrest

••• “The NYPD’s federal monitor and compliance units will be moving to 375 Pearl St.,” a.k.a. the Verizon Building. “The 18,000 square feet of space on the 22nd floor of the 32-story building will have room for 85 staffers.” More of note is this rendering of the building; presumably the west façade will get the treatment. —New York Post

••• Tiffany Murdaugh, 34, was arrested for the hit-and-run outside Spruce Street School. (“Witnesses said that the car that Murdaugh is accused of driving went onto the sidewalk between a parked car and the building in an effort to get ahead of stalled traffic. Based on a surveillance video of the incident, the DA alleges that Murdaugh hit the victim at 20 to 25 miles an hour and continued on ‘at the same rate of speed.'” —Tribeca Trib

••• Governors Island opens for the season on Saturday. —Downtown Express

••• Marianne and Erik Jansen moved from Tribeca to DUMBO and then wanted to go back to Manhattan, so they ended up in Harlem, as per the New York Times‘s “The Hunt” column.

••• “Most schools resist visits to the 9/11 Museum.” —Downtown Express

••• The 56-story tower going up by the Manhattan Bridge. —Broadsheet