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  1. Thief Gets 3 Years In Fed Pen For Swiping $500,000 From Michaels' Customers

    Thief Gets 3 Years In Fed Pen For Swiping $500,000 From Michaels' Customers

    A 28-year-old man received three years in federal prison Wednesday for his role in stealing information from 94,000 credit and debit cards used by customers at Michaels stores in New York State and elsewhere and then pulling nearly $500,000 from the victims' accounts.Angel Angulo of Riverside, California, previously admitted that he and his co-conspirators replaced swipe terminals with ...

  2. Suspect Caught In Killing That Led To Westchester Manhunt, Lockouts

    Suspect Caught In Killing That Led To Westchester Manhunt, Lockouts

    A suspect in the fatal shooting of a woman at a Tarrytown housing complex was captured Tuesday night in Manhattan by Port Authority police as he tried to board a bus for Delaware, authorities said.Cynelle Brown, 28, was spotted by PAPD Sgt. Kevin Cottrell and Officers Brandon Kubic and James Herkenham, in plainclothes, on the lower level of the terminal's north wing at the Greyhound ...

  3. NY Jets Player Crashes Wrong-Way Car Into Jitney In Lincoln Tunnel

    NY Jets Player Crashes Wrong-Way Car Into Jitney In Lincoln Tunnel

    New York Jets second-year linebacker Dylan Donahue slammed his sports car into a Paterson-bound jitney bus while driving the wrong way in the Lincoln Tunnel, sending four people to the hospital before dawn Monday, authorities said.Donahue. 25, drove his Dodge Charger Hellcat around traffic cones to enter the center tube in Weehawken against New Jersey-bound traffic around 2 a.m., the ...

  4. Hudson Valley Lobster Tail Thief Caught In NJ, Police Say

    Hudson Valley Lobster Tail Thief Caught In NJ, Police Say

    A transient admitted stashing a safe and several cases of lobster tails stolen from a Ramapo seafood store at a New Jersey home, said authorities who arrested him.Clark Judge, 49, cut himself breaking a window at J&R Lobster and Seafood in a Route 59 strip mall, leaving blood behind, while taking the tails and the safe, with $500 inside, authorities said.After linking the burglary ...

  5. Lear Jet In Trouble Over NJ Lands Safely At Stewart Airport

    Lear Jet In Trouble Over NJ Lands Safely At Stewart Airport

    A Lear jet that had problems with the nose landing gear diverted safely from New Jersey to Stewart Airport in Orange County late Thursday morning, authorities said.The troubled jet landed just before noon at the public/military airport nearly 57 miles north of Teterboro, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily Voice.Hasbrouck Heights firefighters and Port Authority responders ...

  6. Feds: Westchester Convict's Accomplice Busted In $3.5M 'Shotgunning' Scheme

    Feds: Westchester Convict's Accomplice Busted In $3.5M 'Shotgunning' Scheme

    An accomplice of a convicted Westchester man was charged in connection with a $3.5 million "shotgunning" scheme, said federal authorities who arrested him Sunday.Saoud “Sam” Rihan, 57, was a business partner of Yonkers resident Simon Curanaj, 63, who admitted last November that he and his associates used bogus information and simultaneous loan applications at multiple banks to ...

  7. 'Jersey Shore's Michael ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, Brother Admit Tax Dodge

    'Jersey Shore's Michael ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, Brother Admit Tax Dodge

    Former "Jersey Shore" personality Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino and his brother admitted Friday that they ducked taxes on what authorities said was nearly $9 million in income from promotional gigs while claiming pricey clothing, high-end cars and personal grooming as business expenses.Michael Sorrentino, 36, pleaded guilty to tax evasion, while Marc Sorrentino, 38, ...

  8. 'TV Crew' With Fake Bomb At Newark Airport Identified

    'TV Crew' With Fake Bomb At Newark Airport Identified

    Port Authority police Friday morning identified nine people who were arrested after they tried to pass a fake bomb through Newark Airport security claiming it was part of a TV stunt.None of the nine -- including members from Jersey City, Sparta and Staten Island -- had any media credentials, the authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily Voice.Working "in concert," he said, the ...

  9. Reckless Valhalla Driver Drank 'Catnip Cocktail,' Police Say

    Reckless Valhalla Driver Drank 'Catnip Cocktail,' Police Say

    A reckless Westchester driver was under the influence of a "catnip cocktail," said police in New Jersey who arrested him.Joseph Donofrio, 35, of Valhalla made the "extremely dangerous maneuver" of cutting across several lanes of southbound Route 23 in Wayne, NJ, making a left, then speeding recklessly up a local road past a police patrol car Saturday night, township ...

  10. False Alarm: Hawaii Wrongly Alerts 'Incoming Ballistic Missile' Threat

    False Alarm: Hawaii Wrongly Alerts 'Incoming Ballistic Missile' Threat

    The timing couldn't have been worse: An emergency alert warning of an "incoming ballistic missile" was mistakenly sent out by Hawaiian officials on Saturday.It actually was part of a drill and wasn't supposed to be sent to cellphones, authorities said."NO missile threat to Hawaii," the state's Emergency Management Agency (EMA) tweeted at 1:20 p.m. EDT (8:20 a.m. ...

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