Crime

Witnesses of San Diego sharpened contend attack was racially motivated

The San Diego Police Chief has pronounced there is no justification the white gunman who non-stop fire at a pool party, where many people were black or Hispanic, was encouraged by race — but the people who witnessed the attack seem to disagree. “The victims were targeted for no reason other than their small participation in the closeness of the …

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Manhattan DA busts 39 people in $1M social media withdraw label scam

Thirty-nine people were destitute in a withdraw label rascal that led to some-more than $1 million in stolen funds, authorities pronounced Wednesday. The defendants used several social media sites, like Instagram and Snapchat, to attract participants to give up bank comment information in sell for discerning cash, authorities said. “What the defendants were selling was the quick income lifestyle,” Manhattan …

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Man shot to death in fight between Bed-Stuy landlord and tenant

A landlord-tenant fight incited lethal in Brooklyn Wednesday, leaving one man passed and another injured, police said. The carnage began about 2 p.m. inside a Gates Ave. unit building nearby Tompkins Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, officials said. A 28-year-old man was shot twice during a strife on the building’s third floor. The suspected shooter, 32, then barricaded himself in a fourth-floor …

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Kids sue group for promulgation them to ‘unsafe’ L.I. encourage home

A Long Island jury may have motionless that an accused sequence molester of encourage children could walk free Tuesday — but the authorised fight for the kids isn’t over. Despite the overwhelming acquittal, that fight is just starting to benefit steam, says a counsel for the boys who once lived with Cesar Mugaburu-Gonzales. While Suffolk County prosecutors prepared their case …

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SEE IT: Crook beats up Bronx street purse businessman he tried to rob

A limb prevented from hidden a purse by a overworked Bronx street businessman returned with pals to kick the seller up, leaving him in vicious condition, intolerable video shows. The play began when the assailant approached the 53-year-old victim and his brother, who sell purses together at E. 149th St. and Third Ave., just before 5 p.m. Tuesday and tried …

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Tennessee man, teen he ran divided with are both suspects in murder

A Tennessee man suspected of killing a gas hire attendant while on the run with a 15-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday, and the unscathed teen is also suspected in the murder. Daniel Clark was taken into control shortly after being combined to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 Most Wanted list. He is suspected of killing 58-year-old John Daniel …

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Ex-Marine jailed for hidden passed veteran’s fight story

A former Marine from North Texas was condemned to scarcely two years in sovereign jail for using a comrade’s fight story as his own and faking a Purple Heart to get years of incapacity advantages and a free house. Brandon Blackstone, a 35-year-old Iraq War veteran, was convicted under the 2013 Stolen Valor act after he carried sum from the …

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Long Island couple steals $500G meant for comparison centers

A married couple was found guilty Tuesday of siphoning some-more than $500,000 from several comparison centers — and spending the income on themselves instead, officials said. Kwame Insaidoo and Roxanna Pearson, both of Bay Shore, L.I., once headed the United Block Association. Their non-profit perceived open funds, which were meant to yield services such as dishes to seniors, according to …

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Woman accused of drugging dates, robbing them of jewelry

A 21-year-old lady accused of customarily going on dates with men only to drug them and sack them of valuables and other pricey effects was arrested in Miami. Yomna Fouad, accused of targeting men up the East Coast by New York, was charged with mixed depends of grand burglary larceny. She was being held but bail, NBC reported. Yomna Fouad, …

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NYC homeless shelters see bloody beatings in 3-day camber (GRAPHIC)

A brutal, caught-on-video beating with a belt bend and an attack with a steel siren rocked two Brooklyn homeless shelters over the past 3 days. The mayhem began at the Samaritan Village Shelter on Myrtle Ave. in Bushwick at 8:43 a.m. on Sunday. Jermaine Saint Clare, 44, a preserve resident, was held in a offensive video beating another man in …

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