Crime

Man wanted for allegedly ramming array longhorn into potion doorway in NYC

Cops are asking the public’s help identifying a man they contend slammed a array bull’s conduct by a potion doorway at a Brooklyn unit building. The harrowing occurrence took place about 7:30 a.m. on Nov. 27 inside the Medgar Evers Apartments on Gates Ave. nearby Throop Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Witnesses told police the think was walking two array bulls, one …

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Ex-con arrested again for hidden woman’s purse in NYC

An ex-con on lifetime release for a spoliation debauch in Greenwich Village some-more than 20 years ago has been arrested again for trying to collect up where he left off, police said. Cops on Friday arrested Marshall Coleman, 47, for robbing a 32-year-old lady inside her building on Grove St. and Bedford St. about 11 p.m. on Nov. 3. Surveillance …

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Man who forced partner to walk exposed unapproachable of filmed stunt: DA

The climb who forced his partner to walk down a Harlem street exposed and filmed it, tried to make a sire off his sick stunt, prosecutors pronounced at his hearing Friday. Jasson Melo, 24, was so unapproachable of his violent viral video that he tried to sell souvenirs quoting the footage, according to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. “He bragged …

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Man walking opposite bustling Brooklyn street fatally struck by 2 cars

A man was struck and killed as he walked opposite a bustling Brooklyn street Friday, police said. The 59-year-old man was channel over Linden Blvd. at Miller Ave. in East New York when he was hit by a car’s side perspective counterpart around 5:20 p.m., cops said. The impact threw the man to ground, and mins after another engineer drover …

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Golden Krust workers slap sequence with salary lawsuit after CEO dies

The Golden Krust grill sequence was hit with a salary lawsuit just days after its CEO committed suicide. Two former Golden Krust employees, William Anderson and Sixto Ramirez, contend the company customarily stiffs workers on overtime pay, according to a fit filed in Manhattan Federal justice Thursday. The censure also seeks class-action status. Former Golden Krust employees contend in justice …

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Mobster gets jail judgment for selling untaxed cigarettes

A suspected mobster was condemned Friday to 4 months in sovereign lockup, and 4 months of home confinement, for selling untaxed cigarettes. Bradford Wedra, 62, pleaded guilty to trafficking prohibited cigarettes in May. Wedra was arrested as partial of a large racketeering bust in Aug 2016, that concerned 46 gangsters from the Genovese, Gambino, Luchese, Bonanno, and Philadelphia host families. …

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Wrongfully convicted man settles with NYC for $9.5M

A wrongfully convicted man is settling his case against New York City for $9.5 million, the Daily News has learned. Ruddy Quezada — who lived by 24 years in close up for a lethal Brooklyn sharpened he pronounced he had no partial in — reached a understanding on Thursday, according to Brooklyn Federal Court papers. In April, Quezada staid a …

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Vandal smashes statue of Joseph in Brooklyn Nativity scene

Someone is bucking for a stocking full of spark this Christmas. In a fit of manger anger, a vandal defeated and cracked a ceramic statue of Joseph in a Brooklyn Nativity scene, authorities pronounced Friday. But parishioners at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Cobble Hill have already taken stairs to reinstate the broken statue so the Nativity stage will …

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Jail guards related to random recover of pedophile suspended

Two city improvement officers have been dangling in tie with the random recover of a pedophile from Rikers Island, sources said. The officers were pulled as the Department of Correction tried to establish how James Alvarez, 53, was let go for time served after a pre-trial conference in Staten Island Monday, according to the DOC. Alvarez, who was arrested in …

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Drunken mom flips SUV with baby girl inside on Long Island

A inebriated mom’s SUV flipped over when it slammed into a parked automobile and tree with her 10-month-old daughter inside in Long Island early Friday, police said. It was the second time in eight days Long Island cops have arrested a inebriated unlawful motorist for flipping a automobile with a child in tow. Ludivia Jimenez lost control of her 2004 …

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