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New Jersey Police Collected Unexpected Escapees
New Jersey police recently received a very surprising call. The caller reported two unexpected escapees. The Toms River police on Thursday morning responded to a call in which it was said that two sheep were roaming in the North Dover section of town. Officers Walt Herman, Eric Nelson, and Ron Bayer got hold the sheep who was loose for a while. The four-legged "fugitives" were carefully taken back to their respective places into the back of the patrol car. With he help of Animal Control, the sheep was taken to the shelter and was finally returned to their owner.
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Facade collapsed, NYC Street shut down, no injuries were reported
On West 20th Street and 9th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan a facade collapsed leaving a pile of debris on a city sidewalk Monday morning and prompted the closure of a street. No injuries were reported. The debris came from the decorative arch over the doorway of a building recorded by chopper 4.
"We take this extremely seriously. We are conducting a full investigation and will issue violations and take additional enforcement actions. Building owners are responsible for maintaining the facade of their building and we will work to ensure owners take that responsibility seriously," the NYC Department of Buildings said in a statement.
According to the NYC Department of Buildings, the building was marked as a landmark, located in the Chelsea Historic District. DOB records showed no recent and historical complaint against the collapse. The collapse prompted the closure of West 20th Street between 8th and 9th avenues.
Fare increase on subway ride led to a massive protest
Last week's New York protest cost taxpayers $100,000 announced by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The agency said that it respects freedom of speech but the damage caused by the demonstrators were massive, WABC reported.
A flurry of protests was witnessed by the MTA last week across dozens of its stations in the five city centres, heavily guarded by the police and the city's crackdown on fare evasion.
“What we had that day was a lot of cases of vandalism which unfortunately took a lot of our team, took a lot of our focus away from our normal repairs and improvements that we could have been making for customers,” said Senior Vice President for Subways Sally Librera.
NYPD is still on a lookout for the protestors’ allegedly damaged metro property. The protest was planned for weeks by the demonstrators on social media and unfurled banners and signs in Brooklyn and at the World Trade Centre Oculus promoting their plans. The signs simply called out for free transit for residents and removing officers from the subway.
"If we were not to charge fares we would have to come up with billions of dollars of revenue in order to support the system," Librera said.
Baseball Bat Attack: 2-Year-Old Boy Injured in Bronx Barbershop
The Bronx police is looking for an individual who is responsible for breaking the window of a barber's shop which led to injuring a 2-year-old boy, Ian, sitting inside. He was in barber's chair. The shop is located on Kingsbridge Road. The incident occurred last week. The police said that the suspect smashed the window using a baseball bat.
To shield the boy from the flying broken glass, a relative present at the shop jumped into action. Even though, the boy suffered injury on the back of the boy's head. Currently, he is in the hospital.
The kid's family said there was no fight paving the way to the assault. They state the man bounced into a vehicle waiting for him and fled in it. Witnesses said the speculate had given threats against Dominicans at the business claimed by Dominican.
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For Cheating Sandy-Damaged Homeowners, NJ Contractor Sentenced
A contractor was given three years sentence in state prison. Reason - he stole $450,000+ from 19 homeowners. He failed to repair the properties of these homeowners in New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy.
George LaRosa, the owner/operator of GL Construction, aged 50, a resident of Barnegat, has been asked to pay restitution. This will go to his victims. In September, he had pleaded guilty to theft by deception. After Superstorm Sandy, he entered into contracts with nineteen homeowners throughout Lacey Township, Stafford Township, Long Beach Township, Toms River Township, Little Egg Harbor, and Ship Bottom. He promised to repair the homes which would be ravaged by the storm.
The prosecutors of Ocean County said LaRosa used their money for personal use, thereby, failing to do the work he promised. Further, he even closed his company. Overall in restitution, LaRosa will have to pay $456,000.
14 Year old boy charged with Murder in Tessa Majors Killings.
The brutal murder case of Tessa Majors has taken a new turn. In the latest turn of events, a 14-year old boy has been charged with the murder. The boy is accused of fatally stabbing the victim during a park robbery in December. Majors was a student of Bernard College, and the incident reportedly took place near her school. District Attorney of Manhattan, Cyrus R Vance Jr, has informed that the accused, Rashaun Weaver, will be charged as an adult. Two counts of second-degree murder and several counts of robbery have been charged on Cyrus.
The Investigators have stood on their stance since the beginning that the accused wielded the weapon after Ms. Major bit the hand of Cyrus during a violent struggle. The body of Ms. Majors was found outside Morningside Park at night on 11th December. The arrest has relaxed the police department, which had immense pressure to solve the case.
New York Giants should consider these two tackle prospect in the second draft on NFL 2020.
The 4th overall pick of the NFL 2020 draft is held by the New York Giants this year. The team already has Clemson as a standout linebacker, and they also have Isaiah Simmons on the board. General Manager Dave Gettleman might not be worried about the draft. However, there is a high probability that the Giants might trade a few trade slots in exchange for capital from the teams which are in dire need of a QuarterBack.
The teams looking for a Quarterback are Dolphins and Chargers. The Manager of the side might opt to sign an offensive tackler in the group. Two prime options for the Manager are Austin Jackson from OT, USC, who is being touted as a 1st or 2nd round pick. Another option could also lie with Trey Adams of OT Washington.
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Name and Logo of Astros banned from two little leagues in California after disclosure of the cheating scandal.
Two little leagues in California have banned any teams from portraying Astros after their cheating scandal was disclosed. The ban has come after an outcry from parents who felt disgusted after the incident. The Orange County Register has reported the incident. The Astros have been alleged of cheating using trash cans and technology. The decision by the little league came in the light of these cheating charges.
The incident occurred in 2017, a year that saw Astros winning the World Series. Steve Klaus, the president of Long Beach Little League, has told OCR that the parents are disgusted with Astros and the cowardliness they have shown by not taking ownership of the incident. The Long Beach Little League has also banned Braves and Indians in the earlier season of its inception. However, the spokesperson of the company has stated that the previous ban was due to cultural sensitivity as opposed to the current ban.
Old terror case ended against the California man.
The California man who was lined to a purported Al-Qaida sleeper cell has finally received some relief. The federal prosecutors have reported that they won't be pressing charges after the conviction against the man was overturned last year. The game has been one of the highest-profile cases post the disaster of 9/11.
He had a prison sentence of 14 years and was discharged last August from jail when he completed more than half of his sentence. Hamit Hayat was a cherry picker from the community of Lodi in the agricultural heartland of Central Valley. He was charged with providing material support to the terrorist as well as lying to the FBI. He was convicted in 2006 after he attended a terrorist camp and was plotting an attack on the United States of America.
The statistics of homelessness in Los Angeles are Scary.
The crisis of homelessness in Calfornia is prevalent in Los Angeles. Tens of thousands of residents are struggling to hold a permanent resident in the city. In the meantime, most of the homeless crowd is also fighting with the issue of substance abuse. The last survey on homeless people was conducted in 2019. The study reported showed 36,165 people struggling with a constant living situation.
The report suggested an 18% increase in homeless people when compared to the 2018 survey. The Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority reported the study. Out of the stated number of homeless citizens, 8,944 were reported to be living in shelters, whereas 27, 221 people don’t even have a shelter on their heads. Los Angeles remains the least affordable market in terms of houses in the USA. The number of people living in cars, vans, and under makeshift tents increased in 2019.
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