Police said they found two stun guns, a handgun, a rifle, two boxes of ammo, two bulletproof vests, 139 ecstasy pills, six oxycodone pills and one hydrocodone pill.
The victim’s attorney said Patrick Alford Sr., 29, had been putting up missing posters for his son around a housing development where he was not welcome.
Back in the 1990s, the Staten Islander is believed to have been involved in 23 bank robberies. Now he’s out of jail, and suspected of holding up a Brooklyn bank.
Jermaine Lewis had pleaded guilty last July to first-degree manslaughter, and probably faced 12 or 13 years in prison. After his speech, the judge gave him 15.
The point is that Steven Santiago was a brave man before, when and after he jumped on the tracks. He was, to be sure, a man who made mistakes, but still a good man.
Frank DiMattina flashed a gun and threatened a Staten Island caterer to make him withdraw his bid to cater lunches for St. Joseph by the Sea Catholic school.
Rev. Michael Reilly, principal of St. Joseph by the Sea, said the favored candidate for a school lunch contract seemed “very, very nervous” as he withdrew his bid.
Christopher Orlando helped his pal try to shakedown and beat up a patron October 2010 at the Stonewall Inn, the West Village birthplace of the gay rights movement.
Someday, you’ll leave school, and the torturers in your youth will fade back into a distant buzz. All the stupid things they’ve said to you – none of it will matter.
Whether or not Abdel Hameed Shehadeh’s statement gets suppressed at his trial, authorities now know about all the people he met as he tried to join the Taliban.