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Volume 16 • Issue 35 | January 30 – February 05, 2004 Police blotter Manslaughter charge at I.P.N. The death of James Capobianco, 46, whose body was found in his Independence Plaza apartment at 310 Greenwich St. on Sept. 10, was first classified as due to natural causes but reclassified as a homicide during an […]

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By Albert Amateau Volume 73, Number 39 | January 28 – February 03, 2004 CITY/CRIME Village club rape A 19-year-old woman patron of Nocturne, a new nightclub at 144 Bleecker St., told police at the Sixth Precinct last week that three men broke into the bathroom of the club on the night of Jan. 6 […]

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Volume 16 • Issue 34 | January 23 – 29, 2004 Police blotter Bus war killing A shootout at the corner of Division and Market Sts. on Sat. Jan. 17, which police say appears to have stemmed from rivalry among Chinatown discount intercity bus operators, ended with one man dead and another injured in a […]

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Union Sq. shootout An attempted armed holdup during the early hours of Mon. Jan. 19 on a northbound W train at Union Sq. ended with one man, believed to be one of the robbers, dead, his accomplice arrested and the victim, an illegal immigrant who had been arrested before for assault, unharmed but also in […]

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Volume 16 • Issue 33 | January 16 – 22, 2004 Police blotter A Chinatown biker trekked through the snow near Canal St. and Broadway on Thursday. Missing actor Spalding Gray, 62, the performer and writer who starred in the film “Swimming to Cambodia,” was reported missing from his home on Wooster St. after coming […]

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Second crèche theft The figure of the infant Jesus was stolen from the Nativity scene in front of the rectory of Most Precious Blood Church, 109 Mulberry St., on the night of Jan. 6, according to the pastor, Father Fabian Grifone. The Nativity scene was installed two weeks before Christmas and is usually taken down […]

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Volume 16 • Issue 32 | January 9 – 15, 2004 Police blotter Wrong turn: A taxi crash on Dec. 30 at 9:30 p.m. at Jay and Greenwich St. in Tribeca sent the driver to St. Vincent’s Hospital with minor injuries, according to ambulance attendants.  A passenger was remarkably unscathed.  According to eyewitnesses who live […]

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Five stabbed in Soho club A brawl inside the building at 600 Broadway at the southeast corner of Houston St. Sunday morning, Jan. 4 ended at 4:15 a.m. with stabbings in which five men were injured, four of them taken to hospitals and three of them arrested, police said. Erik Belis, 27, and Kwavnes Despinosse, […]

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Volume 16 • Issue 31 | December 30 – January 5, 2004 Police blotter

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Volume 74, Number 34 | December 29 – January 04, 2004 Police Blotter Dogs shocked Stray voltage from a Con Edison service box on W. 17th St. between Seventh and Eighth Aves. in Chelsea shocked and injured two dogs on Thursday morning Dec. 23, according to a Con Edison spokesperson. The incident occurred in front […]

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