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City employees choked their partners: Brown

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SOUTH OZONE PARK — Authorities said two city workers were arrested in two separate domestic dispute cases earlier this week and charged with choking their partners.

Napoleon Robinson, an employee of the city Sanitation Department, was arrested on charges of choking his female domestic partner outside their South Ozone Park home around midnight Aug. 13, District Attorney Richard Brown said.

In a separate incident, Firefighter Steven Clarke, of Far Rockaway, was arrested and charged with choking his domestic partner, Brown said.

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eve from kew gardens says:
What they left out from this article was that one of the disputes involved a QUEENS A.D.A that directly works for richard a brown!!!!!!SHAME
Aug. 15, 2013, 5:57 am
ailyn from queens says:
@eve from kew gardens, you need to shut up and read the articles again and this time pay attention because what you left out is that, the dispute between the a.d.a and the off duty cop did not mention anything about either one being choked. So shut up!!!!! DA Brown should be applauded for his efforts in combatting crime and prosecuting those who committ the crimes. You must be an old lady with dimensia cause obviously you dont know what your talking about. Go back to sleep you old bat!!!!
Aug. 15, 2013, 6:41 am
ailyn from queens says:
@eve from kew gardens, you need to shut up and read the articles again and this time pay attention because what you left out is that, the dispute between the a.d.a and the off duty cop did not mention anything about either one being choked. So shut up!!!!! DA Brown should be applauded for his efforts in combatting crime and prosecuting those who committ the crimes. You must be an old lady with dimensia cause obviously you dont know what your talking about. Go back to sleep you old bat!!!!
Aug. 15, 2013, 6:41 am
ailyn from queens says:
@eve from kew gardens, you need to shut up and read the articles again and this time pay attention because what you left out is that, the dispute between the a.d.a and the off duty cop did not mention anything about either one being choked. So shut up!!!!! DA Brown should be applauded for his efforts in combatting crime and prosecuting those who committ the crimes. You must be an old lady with dimensia cause obviously you dont know what your talking about. Go back to sleep you old bat!!!! You are a shame degrading Mr. Brown.
Aug. 15, 2013, 6:43 am
ailyn from queens says:
@eve from kew gardens, you need to shut up and read the articles again and this time pay attention because what you left out is that, the dispute between the a.d.a and the off duty cop did not mention anything about either one being choked. So shut up!!!!! DA Brown should be applauded for his efforts in combatting crime and prosecuting those who committ the crimes. You must be an old lady with dimensia cause obviously you dont know what your talking about. Go back to sleep you old bat!!!! You are a shame degrading Mr. Brown.
Aug. 15, 2013, 6:43 am

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