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Subway death A ninth grade student at Chelsea Vocational High School was killed on Monday afternoon Oct. 20 when he was struck by a girder and fell to the tracks just south of W. 14th St. while trying to climb to the top of a northbound C train in a subway surfing stunt. The boy, […]

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Soho Burglaries A resident of 111 Wooster St. between Spring and Prince Sts. told police that a burglar took a bag from her apartment sometime during the day, Fri. Oct 10. There was no sign of forced entry. Thieves who may have remained hidden in a bar at 151 Mercer St. after closing time Friday […]

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Murder suspect Police arrested a suspect in Miami on Fri. Oct. 3 in connection with the death of the bartender of Gemini Lounge, Second Ave. at 13th St., who was strangled on Sept. 25 in his Brooklyn apartment. The suspect, Michael Case, 25, was apprehended while he was signing the register of a Miami homeless […]

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Hit by F train A southbound F train struck a 47-year-old man at 2:30 a.m. Sun. Sept. 28 in the Second Ave. IND station at E. Houston St., police said. The victim, not otherwise identified, was taken to Bellevue in critical condition with head injuries. Bag stolen A Downtown Soccer League player’s bag containing a […]

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Chelsea shooting Police are investigating a shooting at 2:16 a.m. Mon. Sept. 29 in front of 412 W. 17th St. in the Robert Fulton Houses that sent the victim to St. Vincent’s Hospital in stable condition with bullet wounds in the right leg and the torso. Police charged the victim, Ronald Mitchell, 27, of 908 […]

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Stonewall stabbing An argument between two women waiting to use the restroom at the Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St., the historic birthplace of gay and lesbian liberation, at 2:15 a.m. Sun. Sept. 21 ended in a stabbing, police said. The victim, Alma Miranda, 56, was taken to St. Vincent’s Hospital in stable condition with two […]

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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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