BANSEY, HAJDARI, DEFENDANTS IN XTREME LOUNGE DOUBLE MURDER CASE, ACQUITTED
Two young men, Zaire Bansey, 22, and Peter Hajdari Jr., 20, were both acquitted today on all charges after a three-week trial in the double murder and manslaughter case for the killing of Dennis Rodriguez and Armani Gonzalez outside Xtreme Lounge club on Valentine Avenue, on October 5, 2014…
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Attorney: Woman being investigated over allegations against rapper Fat Joe
New York attorney Dawn Florio, who represents the platinum-selling rap artist, told the State Journal that a Madison detective informed her Thursday evening that the rapper and others in his entourage had been cleared of any wrongdoing…
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Breaking: U.S. Judge Refuses Request To Reduce Mendeecees’ Prison Sentence
This season, after hearing Love and Hip Hop’s Mendeecees Harris communicate with his wife Yandy and children from behind prison walls, we anticipated that the father of four might get an early release and be able to reunite with his loved ones. Sadly, it looks like that’s not going down any time soon…
Read More: http://www.vh1.com/news/305647/mendeecees-will-not-get-a-reduced-sentence/
No shorter sentence for ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star in drug case
No shorter sentence for ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star in drug case March 17, 2017 ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A VH1 reality star on the show “Love & Hip Hop” who was involved in an interstate drug ring has been denied a request for a shorter prison sentence. The Democrat and Chronicle reports (http://on.rocne.ws/2m8IFZM ) that Mendeecees Harris requested to have his eight-year sentence on federal drug distribution charges reduced to three years in February. A judge denied the request…
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Mom shot through peephole of her Bronx apartment will be laid to rest in Dominican Republic
The Bronx mom fatally shot through the peephole of her apartment will be laid to rest in the Dominican Republic for “safety reasons,” and her son, who’s charged in a 2014 gang killing, won’t be allowed to attend her funeral…
Read More: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-metro-peephole-shooting-court-appearance-20181203-story.html
Man suing ‘monster’ cop accused of killing pal who also sued officer
Two Bronx buddies suing a “monster” NYPD cop wound up on opposite sides of a gun — leaving one dead amid a dispute over the cash they received in advance of settling the cases, The Post has learned.
Read More: https://nypost.com/2017/11/06/man-suing-monster-cop-accused-of-killing-pal-who-also-sued-officer/
Victim’s mom: Cops warned me to stay away from accused killer’s trial
The mother of a woman slain outside a Flatiron nightclub said she was pressured Thursday not to attend the trial of her daughter’s accused killer over concerns for her safety.
Read More: https://nypost.com/2018/06/28/victims-mom-cops-warned-me-to-stay-away-from-accused-killers-trial/
2 men sentenced in 2016 explosion that killed Yonkers man
THE BRONX – Two men were sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to manslaughter in a deadly explosion at a Bronx marijuana grow house in 2016. FDNY Battalion Chief Michael Fahy, a Yonkers father of three, was killed after he was struck by debris while responding to the explosion.
Read More: http://westchester.news12.com/story/38907298/2-men-sentenced-in-2016-explosion-that-killed-yonkers-man
Rhyme and punishment: Inside the NYPD’s secret, sprawling ‘Rap Unit’
Remy Ma thrilled the hundreds of fans who packed Irving Plaza last year for a concert that featured surprise cameo appearances by more than a half-dozen other New York rappers.
Read More: https://nypost.com/2019/05/30/rhyme-and-punishment-inside-the-nypds-secret-sprawling-rap-unit/
Tekashi 6ix9ine sparks cash-grabbing frenzy at his former Brooklyn school
Good judgment is apparently not part of the curriculum. When notorious rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine showed up at his former middle school in Brooklyn last year, he was welcomed in and gave a spontaneous performance that quickly turned into a “dangerous situation” — when he threw cash at starstruck students, a newly released investigative report obtained by The Post reveals…
Read More: https://nypost.com/2019/08/17/tekashi-6ix9ine-sparks-cash-grabbing-frenzy-at-his-former-brooklyn-school/