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Video: Man Grabs NYPD Officer's Gun, Fatally Shoots Bronx Deli Clerk

August 11, 2016
A panhandler removed the duty weapon from a New York Police Department officer's holster and used it to fatally shoot a Bronx bodega worker as a late-night dispute over $2 exploded into a deadly street shootout, police said.

Man Grabs NYPD Officer's Gun, Fatally Shoots Bronx Deli Clerk

August 11, 2016
A panhandler removed the duty weapon from a New York Police Department officer's holster and used it to fatally shoot a Bronx bodega worker as a late-night dispute over $2 exploded into a deadly street shootout, police said. More Here.

NYPD Working to Handle Homeless Problem

November 10, 2015
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton on Monday urged New Yorkers to harden their hearts and close their wallets if they want to help stem the city's vagrancy crisis.

Costumed Entertainers Return to Hollywood, After Court Win

November 22, 2010
The "super heroes" and other costumed characters who had become a familiar sight along Hollywood Boulevard before the LAPD swept them away in June won a federal court ruling that will allow Darth Vader, The Hulk, and Spider-Man to return.
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