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Boro man, 64, scratched car with key: Brown

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FLUSHING — A 64-year-old Jamaica man was arrested after he allegedly keyed the bumper of a car in Flushing, the Queens district attorney said.

Meyer Straus, 64, of 184-12 Radnor Road of Jamaica, was arraigned March 28 before Queens Criminal Court Judge Stephanie Zaro on a criminal mischief charge and released on his own recognizance, Queens DA Richard Brown said. He will return to court May 4.

On March 28, Straus is alleged to have scratched the driver’s side of a car parked on Kissena Boulevard in Flushing with a key, the DA said.

Updated 5:49 pm, October 10, 2011
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Jack from Flushing says:
This was a completely made up story, the police officers are completely corrupt and made up this charge. This poor man, it was a complete set up! Watch out for aN African American couple in a car in the parking lot of national wholesale liquidators- complete scam and set up!
Nov. 20, 2013, 2:12 pm

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