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High school teacher arrested for second time at Occupy Wall Street, NY Daily News

A Bronx Regional High School teacher was arrested yesterday after allegedly using a shopping cart to knock an NYPD sergeant from his scooter, says the New York Daily News.  This is the second time this month  43-year-old David Suker, an army vet, was arrested during an Occupy Wall Street protest.

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Police release video of murder suspects, NY Daily News

Police yesterday released a video of two men wanted for beating a Fordham father to death, mugging him for $15, according to the New York Daily News.  The suspects attacked Bimal Chanda, 59, on the second-floor landing of his apartment Saturday.

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Students at toxic school had been sick for years, NY Daily News

Records obtained by New York Daily News show that students at PS 51 had complained to school nurses about vomiting, headaches, abnormal gaits and seizures since 2005. Officials relocated the school in September because of toxic contamination.

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Bronx high school has highest rate of suspensions in the city, NY1

A principal at Lehman High School suspended 2,000 students last year, the most in the city, according NY1. Students say the principal, Janet Saraceno, who was replaced last summer after changing grades on report cards, suspended students for a number of trivial offenses, including being late to class. The school also received its second F on the annual Department of Education report card, so it will likely end up on a closure list.

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Nestle markets bottled water at Latinos, NY Daily News

A watchdog group says a Nestle bottled-water store in Longwood is marketing an unnecessary product to Latinos, according to the New York Daily News. Boston-based Corporate Accountability International staged a blind taste test outside the Pure Life, which opened two years ago, to counter a marketing campaign geared toward Spanish speakers.

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Number of chain stores increase, WSJ

While the number of chain stores has gone down in Manhattan, the Bronx followed a city-wide trend, seen the number of chain stores increase by 3.8 percent, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Man sues attacker; accuses NYPD ticket-fixer of covering up attack, NY Daily News

A Bronx man severely beaten last year by a paint store manager is suing his attacker, who he alleges had the NYPD cover up the crime, according to the NY Daily News. After snitching on Michael Loturco for slashing a rival’s tires, Loturco severely beat Jose Ayala, breaking his ribs. Several police officers, including Loturco’s friend indicted ticket-fixer Officer Christopher Scott, were charged with multiple counts of conspiracy, falsifying records, hindering prosecution and official misconduct.

 

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Binghamton man accused of killing Bronx man, Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin

Police have charged Binghamton resident Joseph A. Ross-Jones, 25, with killing Bronx resident Daniel Martinez, 27, according to the Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin. Police say Martinez, found in a wooded area with a gun shot and stab wounds, died of “multiple traumatic injuries and blood loss.” Jones has pleaded not guilty to a second-degree murder charge.

 

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  • NYCHA’s Parkside Houses to get $3 million in security upgrades

    THE BRONX – New security measures are on the way for one housing development in the borough. Local leaders held a press conference at the Parkside Houses to announce a $3 million grant to help NYCHA step up safety there.

  • Armed 19-year-old shot by police in Mott Haven

    THE BRONX – An armed teenager was shot by police in Mott Haven Monday night. According to investigators, two officers chased the 19-year-old after he allegedly fired a .22 caliber revolver near East 146th Street and College Avenue at around 6 p.m. 

  • Teen killed in in double stabbing outside Samuel Gompers High School

    News12 A teenager is dead following a double stabbing outside a Bronx school. The stabbing happened near Samuel Gompers High School on East 147th Street and Wales Avenue at around 4 p.m. Monday. According to police, 18-year-old Joshua Acosta died Tuesday morning at Lincoln Hospital after sustaining stab wounds to his torso. 

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