|The victim, I presume|
(Via Fox News
Four men-- Raheem Taylor, Randy Ennis, Gary Stokes and Nathaniel Booker-- pleaded guilty to charges related to them kidnapping an eight-year-old and demanding cash and heroin as ransom.
Katera "King's Mommy" Stevendon, former guard at the city jail, pleaded guilty to racketeering.*
There's some good news BOE has approved $10 million for Vacants to Value.
Meat, liquor and groceries: that's what they're stealing in Dundalk.
A 90-year-old man was scammed and robbed by a fake BGE employee in Canton. Also in the SE, a stolen Yorkie.
More on that craycray crash into Grand Central on Monday night-- arrested was one Donnell Tyrone Ray, age 18-- he had his headlights off and was driving the wrong way down Park Avenue, an MTA officer pursued him, he ran the light, and there you go.
City Paper BOBs are out, and crime-related winners include Justin Fenton (natch), Joce Sterman, who's turned the Deuce's crime coverage around to some of the best in town, the prison scandal (Best Scandal), Tavon White (Best Thorn in O'Malley's Side), Anthony Batts (Best BGF Promoter - "since his arrival last summer from California, Batts has mentioned BGF more than any other gang brand"), Best Boyz Bail Bonds (Best Use of the Law to Subvert Justice) and one major robbery: a BOB for Scott Calvert's work on the Speed Camera series, but no mention of Luke Broadwater. Considering those poor guys spent 6 months poring over 2 million citations, give the guy his BOB already, sheeze.