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Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010

Crime

Robber stole $1,400 from drive-thru: Brown

JAMAICA — A Rosedale man who allegedly robbed a Popeye’s restaurant in Jamaica was arraigned last week in Queens Supreme Court, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment
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Brooklyn spray painter fought with cops: Brown

HOWARD BEACH — A Brooklyn man was arraigned Friday in Queens Supreme Court on charges he was attempting to spray paint an overpass in Howard Beach and resisted arrest, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment
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Cops search for sexual assaulter of 12-yr-old

JAMAICA — Police were looking for a man they said tried to sexually assault a 12-year-old girl in southeast Queens earlier this week. Comment
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Bayside man, 72, dies after car strikes him

BAYSIDE — An elderly Bayside man died last week after being hit by a car at Northern Boulevard and 212th Street, police said. Comment
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Man tried to rape woman off Bell Blvd.

BAYSIDE — A man attempted to rape a woman walking down Bell Boulevard in Bayside Sunday morning, police said. Comment
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Cops seek to ID woman with amnesia in Bayside

BAYSIDE — Police have asked the public for help identifying a woman with amnesia found standing at a Bayside intersection last week. Comment
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Drunk driver fell asleep at the wheel: Brown

REGO PARK — A Rego Park man was arraigned Friday in Queens Supreme Court on charges he fell asleep behind the wheel while allegedly driving drunk, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment
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Subway stop shut over mysterious package

FOREST HILLS — Police shut down the 71st Street-Continental Avenue subway station in Forest Hills Tuesday morning after a suspicious package was found by the station’s stairs. Comment

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