New York Criminal Law in the News – Monday, September, 26, 2011

  • Murder trial of a Queens woman accused of killing her retired NYPD husband enters its third week (New York Times)
  • Police Commissioner Kelly says NYPD has equipment to take down a plane (New York Post)
  • Two Manhattan NYPD rookies made a half a million dollar cocaine bust (New York Daily News)
  • A Rikers Island inmate is charged with attempted murder after he allegedly stabbed two corrections officers (NY1)
  • Suffolk County Police Chief questions if a detective ordered an investigation into taking away LI pharmacy killer Laffer's gun 5 months prior to the shooting (Newsday)
  • A Staten Island community helps shut down a drug dealing deli (Staten Island Advance)
  • A Buffalo woman was found not guilty in the rape of a 14-year-old boy (Buffalo News)
  • Ithica police will have a press conference today at 10 AM to discuss the solving of a 1977 homicide (Syracuse)
  • The fourth trial of a man accused of killing two people 15 years ago has been stalled due to a non cooperative prosecution witness (Auburnpub)

(MK/LC)

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