He demanded money, the employee opened the cash drawer, and the robber took $140. So it was all well and good up to that point – until he couldn’t open the door to leave.
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He had ambulance drivers take non-emergency patients who were able to walk or take a para-transit van. Then he falsely told Medicare the rides were medically necessary.
The New York Rangers are honoring Neal Auricchio, the fan who was brutally beaten outside of Geno’s Steaks following the Winter Classic in Philadelphia, by giving him free tickets and letting him meet the team. What twisted message are they trying to send here?
Police said he drove his car through the door of the church at around 4 a.m., somehow lit the place on fire, then sat in a swing set in the parking lot, watching it burn.
Woodbridge, N.J., police Officer Neal Auricchio is getting tickets to the Rangers’ Feb. 27 game against the New Jersey Devils in Madison Square Garden.
If you see Brandon Shields, you’ll probably know it right away. Shields has been named as a bank robbery suspect by the FBI and Philadelphia Police Department and can be recognized by a distinct set of tattoos.
The victims and 5 other teens pulled up to the home of three brothers with whom they had been in a fight. The brothers’ stepfather, Axel Barreto, then confronted them.
Police said the robber walked into the store on at 2:30 p.m., approached the man behind the counter and pulled the knife out of his coat, demanding money.
The presence of a gun at the arrest forced the mandatory 5-year sentence. But police didn’t prove the gun actually belonged to the defendant. Plus, it didn’t even work.