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Pot farm on Eldridge Police from the Fifth Precinct raided 39 Eldridge St. on Thurs. Sept 18 and made one arrest in connection with a $1 million marijuana farm on the second floor of a five-story building with a preschool on the ground floor. Alerted by complaints of neighbors, police found two rooms on the […]

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Vehicular arson? One of three cars that were burned in a trash fire early last Saturday morning was still parked on W. 10th St. on Monday morning. Juvenile bank job Police arrested a 12-year-old boy, his mother and a bank teller on Tues. Sept. 9 in connection with the $30,000 Aug. 28 robbery of the […]

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Millenium Fire A fire broke out in level C of the Millenium Hotel basement at 55 Church St. and was reported by phone to firefighters at 2:30 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 11, after the World Trade Center ceremonies, a fire department spokesperson said. The internal fire line and the sprinkler system kicked in and 12 firefighting […]

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Charged in robberies Police arrested two men on Wednesday and Thursday last week in connection with five armed robberies of three women and two men in their East Village, Gramercy and Chelsea homes between March 15 and Aug. 29. In two of the incidents, the women victims were forced to disrobe to prevent them from […]

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LA II gets 2 to 4 The comeback of graffiti artist LA II may have to wait a while. LA II, 36, whose real name is Angel Ortiz, was sentenced on June 12 to two to four years in prison for selling a controlled substance, reportedly heroin, to an undercover police officer on E. Fifth […]

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Calling all boats On the afternoon of the blackout on Aug. 14, hundreds of people flocked to the Chelsea Piers to board boats to get home to New Jersey. Some charter boats, like Spirit Cruises, and the Screamer, a high-speed powerboat ride, took people across for free. Others, including a privately owned cabin cruiser and […]

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East Side killing An argument between two young men on the Lower East Side turned violent at 2:29 a.m. Thurs. Aug. 21, leaving one of them on the sidewalk at Stanton and Clinton Sts. with fatal stab wounds, police said. The victim, Jeffrey Carter, 19, of 189 Allen St., was taken to Bellevue Hospital where […]

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Subway shove survivor Brandon Crismon, 34, of Brooklyn, who was shoved onto the tracks in front of an Uptown No. 4 train in Union Sq. shortly after 8 a.m. Wed. Aug. 13, suffered a broken leg, cuts and bruises after he managed to roll into the trough between the rails just before the train rolled […]

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West Village fire Firefighters brought a small fire in a second floor apartment at 130 Barrow St. under control in a half hour at 10 p.m. Sun. Aug 10 but five firefighters were taken to St. Vincent’s Hospital in stable condition with respiratory injuries, a Fire Department spokesperson said. A sixth firefighter went to the […]

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Volume 16, Number 11 | Aug. 12–Aug. 18, 2003 Police Blotter Shot on Allen St. Police found a man with a gunshot wound in the stomach on the sidewalk on Allen St. between Broome and Grand Sts. at 4:20 a.m. Wed. Aug. 6. The victim, described only as a 22-year-old Asian man, was taken to […]

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