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Newark Airport cleaner stole $1,500 belt during confidence check

A Newark Airport cleaner swiped a $1,500 Louis Vuitton belt from a newcomer going by security, Port Authority police pronounced Wednesday. Osmal Reyes, 43, of Newark allegedly snagged the imagination appendage in Terminal C about 8 p.m. Monday, after the 28-year-old newcomer had private it to pass by steel detectors, …

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Woman accused of robbing passed mom’s home during her funeral

Desperate times call for unfortunate measures, we guess. A Massachusetts lady has been charged with breaking into her passed mother’s home during her funeral, hidden some-more than $90,000 worth of items, according to The Telegram Gazette. The suspect, Alyce H. Davenport, reportedly had the help of internal man Diron Conyers. …

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Brooklyn caterer who ran underage harlotry ring gets 15 years

A Brooklyn climb who pimped out encourage girls and runaways will be getting 15 years in jail for his crimes. Brooklyn sovereign prosecutors pronounced Michael Andres Miller, 26 — a man with his own 3-year-old daughter — masterminded the harlotry of at slightest 12 minors in Queens, Pennsylvania and elsewhere. …

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University of Pennsylvania tyro found passed in California

A University of Pennsylvania tyro who went blank in California while on winter mangle was found passed Tuesday, authorities say. Investigators had been acid for 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein for days when his physique was found in Borrego Park in the Foothill Ranch area of Lake Forest, according to the Orange …

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Bonanno boss’ counsel questions judges who spoke to Mafia writer

A counsel for the Bonanno crime family’s detained ex-boss is throwing the book at a span of sovereign judges. Mobster Vincent (Vinny Gorgeous) Basciano’s murder and racketeering philosophy merit another demeanour since of a dispute of seductiveness between the jurists and a Connecticut law professor-turned-author, the boss’ counsel claims. “The …

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De Blasio rips PBA fit restraint recover of physique camera footage

There’s no consequence to a police kinship lawsuit trying to retard the recover of footage from cops’ physique cameras, Mayor de Blasio and the city’s top counsel pronounced Wednesday. “We feel we’re on very clever authorised footing, the way we have assembled the physique camera initiative. And it indispensably requires …

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Bangladeshi immigrant indicted in Port Authority siren bombing

A Bangladeshi immigrant was indicted Wednesday in the unsuccessful siren bombing nearby Port Authority last month. Akayed Ullah faces charges including providing element support to a militant organization, using a arms of mass drop and bombing a place of open use and a open travel system. Ullah, 27, was the …

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Creep destitute for stalking, raping infirm Bronx woman

A purebred sex delinquent with a decade-long story of deviant arrests has been destitute for stalking and raping a infirm Bronx woman, police pronounced Wednesday. Unga Smith, 40, followed the 64-year-old victim, who uses a walker, to her Norwood home at 6:30 p.m. Monday, then pushed his way into her …

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