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Teen Dies After Jumping Off Hudson Yards' Vessel In Front His Family

A 14-year-old boy jumped to his death from the Hudson Yards' Vessel attraction Thursday afternoon in front of his family, police said. The teenager — whose name was not disclosed — leaped off the eighth floor of the 150-foot Manhattan, New York installation located near West 33rd Street and 10th Avenue at around 12:50 p.m., the New York Daily News reported.
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Masks should now be worn in 10 N.J. counties, CDC says

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its updated mask guidance on Tuesday, eight of New Jersey’s 21 counties had a COVID-19 transmission level labeled “high” or “substantial.”. As of Friday, that list has expanded by two. CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: Live map tracker | Newsletter | Homepage. Gloucester County...
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New York City, NYPosted by
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NYC triggerman in birthday bar shooting busted

A gunman who fatally shot a Bronx dad celebrating his birthday at a popular Washington Heights night spot has been nabbed, police said Friday. Todd Drayton, 33, was arrested Thursday for the caught-on-camera murder of Edy Corniel inside Floridita, an all-night bar and restaurant on 10th Ave. near 206th St., on Jan. 20, 2020. Corniel was celebrating his 28th birthday at the bar when his buddy ...
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Bronx, NYNew York Post

Man beaten over Bronx fender-bender has died: cops

The man who was beaten by a mob over a Bronx fender-bender Sunday has died of his injuries — and two of his suspected attackers are expected to face upgraded charges, cops said. Gueris Guillermo, 42, showed up at the accident scene after his 38-year-old brother, Ambiori Guillermo, was involved...
Essex County, NJNew York Post

NJ man on FBI’s Most Wanted list sentenced to 31 years for killing fiancée

A New Jersey man once on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list has been sentenced to decades in prison for killing his fiancée and her dog, prosecutors said. Lamont Stephenson, whose grinning mug once adorned billboards outside Newark Liberty International Airport, was sentenced to 31½ years in prison Thursday for strangling Olga “Ivy” DeJesus, 39, and her dog, Lola, in October 2014, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.
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NJ teen jumps off The Vessel, structure’s 4th suicide in 18 months

NEW YORK — A New Jersey 14-year-old jumped off The Vessel at Hudson Yards on Manahttan's West Side on Thursday, the fourth suicide at the 16-story structure in 18 months. Responding officers were told the teen from Livingston leaped off the beehive-like building around 12:50 p.m. He was lying on the sidewalk with injuries indicating a fall from a height and EMS pronounced him dead.
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Suspect in custody after fatal shooting in Trenton, officials say

A suspect was in custody after a man was fatally shot Thursday in Trenton, a spokeswoman for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said. Police responded to a 9-1-1 call around 1:15 p.m. on the 1400 block of Stuyvesant Avenue and found a man shot, according to prosecutor’s office spokeswoman Casey DeBlasio. The man died a short time later at an area hospital, authorities said.
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Man is sought in killing of Jersey City mother of 4 near vigil

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office says it has identified the man who fatally shot a 30-year-old mother of four earlier this week. An arrest warrant has been issued for Mark Stewart, 26, of Jersey City. He is charged with first-degree aggravated manslaughter, second-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon in the death of Felicia Stewart.
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4 injured in Bronx NYCHA building fire: FDNY

MORRISANIA, the Bronx — Four people, including a firefighter, were injured after a fire broke out at a public housing building in the Bronx Friday morning, authorities said. It happened at the New York City Housing Authority’s Webster Houses in Morrisania around 11:18 a.m., FDNY officials said. Twenty FDNY units...
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Highlands, NJPosted by
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Big Joe Shares His Favorite Jersey Restaurants; 2 in a Series

I’m a big fan of restaurants that have a rich history and Bahrs Landing in Highlands has a wonderful rich tradition of serving Shore diners outstanding seafood since 1917. John Bahrs grabbed the kids and his boat and gathered clams and fish for the neighborhood over 100 years ago. I’ve been going to Bahrs since my grandfather took us there when I was just a kid. It’s been both a family destination and family owned for over 100 years. The restaurant business is tough and to have longevity is hard to come by. Bahrs is successful because it’s good.
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Defund Police Failure: NYC Man arrested 19 times for burglary rubbed genitals against a 10-year-old girl

New York, NY – A new case coming out of New York City today highlights the failed bail reform system that has been championed by the liberal left in America. A 31-year-old man who has reportedly been arrested 19 times in the city for break-ins and robberies has elevated his playbook to include molesting a child. Raymond Wilson, 31, was arrested after he broke into a Greenwich Village apartment and rubbed his genitals against a 10-year-old girl while she slept in her bed.
Bronx, NYComplex

Bronx Mother Charged After Police Find Over 25 Ounces of Cocaine in Baby’s Diaper Bag

A Bronx mother is facing a slew of charges after over 25 ounces of cocaine was found in her daughter’s diaper bag. Shante Pleasant has since been hit with first-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession with intent to sell, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, according to a press release from the New York State Police.
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