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Former N.Y. Corrections Officer Arrested Trying to Evacuate Homes to Burglarize Them

August 29, 2011  | 

A former New York City correction officer was arrested on Saturday, while he was attempting to evacuate homes in Staten Island to burglarize them.

Daniel DiGianni, 42, and accomplice, Linda Fleshner, 28, went door-to-door in South Beach on Saturday afternoon, warning people to leave their homes ahead of Hurricane Irene, reports the New York Daily News.

Source: New York Daily News


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