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Recent Crime News
Thursday Aug 27 | via UPI
Two women were arrested and six others injured Thursday at John F. Kennedy International Airport after a fight broke out about luggage in the overhead compartments. Flight 960 touched down at JFK around 8:45 a.m, when a female passenger Jean Ballentine, 61, on the window seat of row 21 tried to climb over a another woman Mary Cannady, 52, in the middle seat. Comment?
Thursday Aug 27 | via StreetsBlog.org
Please note the NYPD Police Captain in the comments to Rosen's piece stating he has no sympathy for those run over by city buses. This is what the NYPD is. Comment?
Thursday Aug 27 | via WKXW-FM Trenton
A flight from Jamaica turned into a fight at John F. Kennedy International Airport when a woman from Linden mixed it up with a Brooklyn woman, reports say. The fight began when Mary Cannady of Linden, sitting in the middle seat of Jet Blue flight 960, shoved back at 61-year-old Jean Ballentine of Brooklyn as she climbed over her in an attempt to make her exit from the plane on Wednesday morning, Port Authority spokesman Joseph Pentangelo tells NJ.com . Comment?
Thursday Aug 27 | via USA Today
It must have been quite a scene as JetBlue Flight 690 arrived to its gate at New York JFK on Wednesday. A brawl allegedly erupted between two women on the flight, leaving a good Samaritan slashed and others Police: 2 women arrested after fight on JetBlue flight It must have been quite a scene as JetBlue Flight 690 arrived to its gate at New York JFK on Wednesday. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via Newsday
An airplane takes off from John F. Kennedy International Airport on May 25, 2015. Photo Credit: Getty / AFP / Trevor Collins Two plane passengers were arrested Wednesday morning at Kennedy Airport after a razor and pepper spray fight that started when one of them tried to climb over the other as the jet reached the gate, the Port Authority said. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 11 | via Newsday
A Freeport woman and a Queens man are each facing up to 7 years in prison after being arrested and charged in what authorities called "a complex scheme" that revolved around placing fake checks into real bank accounts -- and making fast cash withdrawals before the checks bounced. A Freeport woman and a Queens man are each facing up to 7 years in prison after being arrested and charged in what authorities called "a complex scheme" that revolved around placing fake checks into real bank accounts -- and making fast cash withdrawals before the checks bounced. Comment?
Jul 25, 2015 | via New York Daily News
A 23-year-old man found urinating in public in Queens was arrested early Saturday when cops found he was packing more than a full bladder. Plainclothes cops from the 113th precinct were looking for a Mercedes that fled a traffic stop on 150th St. and Rockaway Blvd. in Jamaica about 1:30 a.m. when they saw Marvin Robbins peeing between two parked vehicles on 232nd St. near Edgewood Ave., police said. Comment?
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