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Fulton Fish Market Dealer and President Plead Guilty in Long Island to Fraud, Falsifying Federal Records, and Lacey Act Violations

Lou’s Fish Market Inc , a federally-licensed fish dealer located in the Bronx, New York, and its company president, Mark Parente, of Englishtown, New Jersey, pleaded guilty today in federal court in Central Islip, New York, to federal felonies stemming from their role in systematically covering up purchases of illegal…
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Man Who Threatened Muslim Is Sentenced to 13 Months Served

A Queens man was sentenced to three years' supervised release on Tuesday for sending death threats to the executive director of an Islamic nonprofit organization. The man, Bernhard Laufer of Rego Park, who pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn in March, also faces charges of attempted murder in a…
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Emergency Management to Enhance Monitoring Operations This Independence Day

NY: The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Office of Emergency Management to enhance monitoring of celebrations and events on Saturday, July 4 in light of the recent terror warning issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security. The Governor additionally urged New Yorkers…
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Terror Attacks May Target July 4th Holiday

Liberty Weekend fireworks over New York City in 1986 when the Twin Towers stood tall. Stanley Brick / Photo "Before and After 911" Collection Federal authorities have warned local law enforcement officials across the country about a heightened concern involving possible terror attacks targeting the July 4th holiday. United States United…
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List of Potential Terrorists Grows With Arrest of West New York Man

The list of potential terrorists in northern New Jersey grew Monday with the arrest of a Hudson County man whose brother recently left the United States, allegedly to join the Islamic State. Alaa Saadeh, 23, a US citizen, was picked up at his home in West New York Monday morning…
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Bomb Threats to JFK Airport

Manhattan Man, 64, Accused of Making Bomb Threats to JFK Airport.  A 64-year-old man who is accused of phoning in 11 bogus bomb threats to John F. Kennedy International Airport this month is being held in lieu of $750,000 bail following his arrest over the weekend, officials said Monday. Philip…
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New York Prison Break ends with Shooting of Second Fugitive

David Sweat, one of two New York state inmates who escaped from prison three weeks ago, was shot by police near the Canadian border and rushed to a local hospital on Sunday, two days after his accomplice was killed, authorities said. His capture was the dramatic climax of a massive…
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Albanian National Pleads Guilty to Attempting and Conspiring to Support Terrorists

District Court Ruled that the Fruits of FISA Surveillance Were Admissible in this Case Agron Hasbajrami, 31, an Albanian citizen and resident of Brooklyn, New York, pleaded guilty today to attempting and conspiring to provide material support to terrorists before District Judge John Gleeson of the Eastern District of New…
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Low-Interest Loans Available to Residents and Businesses Affected By the East Village Explosion in Manhattan

the Small Business Administration has granted his request for a Physical Disaster Declaration for New York County and the contiguous counties of Bronx, Kings, and Queens following the March 26, 2015 explosion and subsequent fire at 121 Second Avenue in Manhattan’s East Village. The blast killed two people and injured…
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