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Crime & Cases June 28, 2012  RSS feed
He’s Guilty Of F. H. Killing
Stabbed Man He Met Online
     A Massachusetts man has admitted to fatally stabbing 
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Baby Bashed With A Chair
Injured In Ridgewood Domestic Dispute
     An apparent domestic dispute inside a Ridgewood apartment
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Fun’s Over For A Fake Toy Scheme
Three Cuffed; Knockoff Merchandise Seized
     Three individuals at a Flushing warehouse were arrested
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104th Pct. Blotter
     Persons arrested in recent police actions as reported
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Stiffer Fines For Illegal Taxicabs
New Law Ups Penalties For Lacking TLC License
     New legislation that would increase the penalties for
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Corona Man Nabbed For Break-In Pattern
     Following a brief pursuit, police officers slapped the
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Find Pirated Films At A Storage Site
Big Seizure In Cypress Hills
     Thousands of counterfeit and unlicensed movie DVDs and music CDs were seized by police and the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement during a raid at a Cypress Hills storage facility last week, it was announced by Mayor Michael R. 
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Convicted Drunk Driver Broke ‘Leandra’s Law’
Slow To Install Ignition Interlock
     An upstate resident has been resentenced to 30 days in jail following a hearing in which it was determined that he failed to fully comply with mandatory ignition interlock device requirements following a DWI conviction in Queens last year. 
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Subway Bandit Wanted
      Police are asking the public’s help in tracking down the man pictured here who is wanted for allegedly robbing a woman at a Williamsburg subway station earlier this month.
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State Sen. Bills Target ID Theft
Higher Penalties For Those Convicted
     State Sen. Joseph P. Addabbo recently approved legislation that seeks to increase all identity theft crimes to the felony level and to address the issue of stolen medical and health insurance information.  
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Subway Riders Urged To Guard Their ‘Stuff’
Protect Hi-Tech Devices On Board
     MTA New York City Transit has launched a new public service campaign urging subway riders to keep a close watch over their personal electronic devices while in the system.  
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