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Teenage trouble Police are looking for three teenagers who allegedly robbed two younger boys at knifepoint in a Tribeca park on Wed., Aug. 15. The two victims, both 14, were eating lunch in St. John’s Park, at Varick and Laight Streets, when they were approached by the teens, who asked what they had in their […]

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Beaten and robbed, but saved Police arrested 19-year-old Ramel Robinson and 18-year-old Avery White for assault and robbery after they attacked a man walking down Dutch Street, between Fulton and John Streets, at 5 a.m. on Sun., Aug. 12. A 1st Precinct officer saw Robinson punching his victim, a 21-year-old man, in the face while […]

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TOE-CRUNCHING ARGUMENT A First Precinct police officer was busy writing a ticket for a car parked outside 147 Mercer Street on Sat., Aug 4 at around 6 p.m. when 28-year-old Julien Chabbott, the owner of the vehicle, approached him to talk. Although he was told to wait on the sidewalk until the officer finished the […]

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City Hall Park attack A deranged Brooklyn man wielding a hammer attacked a visitor from Barcelona who was sitting with his wife in City Hall Park the afternoon of Mon. July 30, police said. The suspect, 43-year-old John Yoos, suddenly attacked the victim with the claw side of the hammer, hitting him several times above […]

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Chinatown killing Police arrested a person of interest on Mon., July 16, for the June 29 shooting deaths of two women whose bodies were found in a fire in a Henry Street apartment. A New York Post item said the person of interest, a tattooed gang member, was detained on a Delta Air Lines flight […]

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Stuyvesant cheaters Seventy-one Stuyvesant High School students involved in the cheating scandal discovered in June will have to take their state Regents exams over again. Six of them face suspension from the elite school. On Mon., July 9, NYC Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott announced the preliminary findings of the investigation into the cheating incidents. Sixteen-year-old […]

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BLOTTER, WEEK OF JULY 2, 2012   Double homicide Two women, one around 30 years old and the other about 70, were found shot to death when firefighters responded to a first floor apartment fire at 83 Henry St., near the Manhattan Bridge overpass, at 11:11 a.m. on Fri., July 29. The victims were found lying near […]

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  Baldwin threatens Express photographer Alec Baldwin, star of “30 Rock,” was accused of punching Daily News photographer Marcus Santos after Baldwin and his fiancée, Hilaria Thomas, came out of the Worth Street marriage license bureau on Tues., June 19. Santos filed a complaint against the actor at the 5th Precinct police station, according to […]

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Murder sentence Joseph Pabon, who was convicted on April 12 of second-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping in the July 2009 death of Eridiana Rodriguez, a fellow employee in the office building at 2 Rector St., was sentenced on Tues., June 5 to 25 years to life in prison. Pabon, an elevator operator in the building, […]

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‘White Powder’ mail Envelopes of apparently harmless white powder with threatening notes arrived in the mail on Mon. April 30 at seven Manhattan locations including 100 Gold St. where Mayor Bloomberg’s mail is processed before it gets to City Hall, police said.  Some of the notes to various banks read, “This is a reminder that […]

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