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New Jersey hospital marketing director arrested after 39 guns, ammo found in unlocked office closet

The marketing director of a New Jersey hospital was arrested Sunday after authorities found a large cache of firearms and ammunition inside an office closet at the the medical facility, police said. Reuven Alonalayoff, 46, has been indicted for his suspected connection to the stockpile of weapons at Hudson Regional Hospital, the Secaucus Police Department said in a news release Monday.
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NYPD investigating whether Bronx couple struggled before leaping to their deaths: source

Investigators are probing whether there was a struggle before an Albanian actor and his wife plunged to their deaths from their Bronx apartment over the weekend, a high-ranking police source said Tuesday. Florind Belliu, 35 – an actor and aspiring filmmaker originally from Albania – and his wife Ornela Shehi, 28, were found in the rear courtyard of 2199 Cruger Ave. around 9:15 a.m. Saturday after apparently jumping from the sixth floor, cops and police sources said. “There were signs in the apartment that indicated it wasn’t all Kumbaya, like they didn’t just decide to leave their kids behind and jump,” the...

Attempted murder suspect flees from NYPD station house in the Bronx

An attempted-murder suspect leisurely jogged through a Bronx NYPD station house Monday during his caught-on-video escape, according to cops and police sources.  The 23-year-old suspect – identified by police sources as Edurado Lacen – pushed a detective who had been processing him at the 40th Precinct station house on Alexander Avenue near East 138th Street in Mott Haven around 1:30 p.m., then fled, authorities said.  Footage obtained by The Post shows him trotting out of the precinct uncuffed, with a detective at the same sauntering pace trailing behind him. Lacen, who is shown wearing red sweatpants, a black T-shirt and white sneakers, was last seen heading north on Morris Avenue from 140th Street.  The suspect — who was initially cuffed in connection to a non-fatal shooting – was still on the loose Tuesday morning, cops said. 

Wendy Williams Appears Frail & Confused In New Video

Wendy Williams was spotted out and about, though her rare public sighting was certainly cause for concern.In a new video of the embattled star taking on New York City, she was seen stepping out with a man who identified himself as her manager, William Selby. Wearing extremely short jean shorts, a black t-shirt and shimmering sneakers, an extremely frail Williams was seen walking back and forth from her car and apartment building.As she walked towards her car, which was surrounded by paparazzi, the wide-eyed embattled talk show host had a huge smile plastered on her face. When asked how she...

NYC Mayor Eric Adams declares war on Texas Gov. Greg Abbot for bussing illegal migrants to the Big Apple and says he is considering dispatching New Yorkers to the border to campaign to unseat him!

Big Apple Mayor Eric Adams wants to take his quarrel with Governor Greg Abbott to Texas, threatening on Tuesday to bus New Yorkers to the Lone Star state to get out the vote against the southwestern Republican. 'I already called all of my friends in Texas and told them how...

Two female straphangers victims of separate NYC hate crimes in as many days

Two female straphangers were the victims of separate hate crimes in the city in as many days, cops said Tuesday. One of the women was choked by a stranger who made anti-Semitic remarks to her in an Upper East Side subway station Tuesday morning, cops said. The suspect approached the 44-year-old woman on the platform of the No. 6 train around 11:20 a.m. and made anti-Jewish remarks while putting his hands around her neck and squeezing, cops said. The woman was taken to Mt. Sinai for treatment of her injuries, police sources said. The hateful attack came one day after a woman was punched repeatedly in the face by a stranger who...

Andrew Heaney homers, Joey Gallo Curse prove Dodgers own Yankees

If the New York Yankees dangle one of their worst performers on the open market, the Los Angeles Dodgers should be at the front of the line. At this point, it’s just science. Even if a deal doesn’t provide direct on-field benefits, the two teams will still tilt further in opposite directions, as evidenced by last week’s Joey Gallo swap.