Articles Tagged with Brooklyn

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After a 3-month-old was diagnosed with a brain bleed purportedly caused by being shaken violently, the infant’s live-in nanny was taken into custody for allegedly causing the traumatic injury.

Alexis Schultz lives with a family in Brooklyn, where she provides nanny services for the two children at the residence.

On December 30, Schultz was reportedly taking care of the 2-month-old boy and his older sister.

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A white couple from Brooklyn has been accused of a violent and racist attack of a black woman who works at a Connecticut hotel.

59-year-old Crystal Boyd (a.k.a. Crystal Caldwell) works at the front desk at the Quality Inn in Mystic.

On the morning of June 26, a couple that was staying in the hotel reportedly placed a call to the front desk about a problem regarding the water temperature.

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A Brooklyn man who was previously accused of attempting to take ancient artifacts from Egyptian soil was reportedly discovered a second time in possession of suitcases holding hundreds of pieces from the region.

On January 22 at John F. Kennedy International Airport, 47-year-old Ashraf Omar Eldarir, who was previously charged for suspicion of smuggling when the authorities alleged that he illegally brought ancient polychrome pieces from Egypt to the United States, was allegedly caught with 590 artifacts.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that Eldarir had three suitcases of which he allegedly said contained an approximate $300 value.

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After the authorities retrieved a passenger locked inside the luggage storage bin underneath a Peter Pan Bus Lines vessel the driver was arrested and accused of causing the alleged catastrophe.

On Sunday, a Peter Pan Bus was carrying passengers on a route that departed from New York with an end destination of Boston, Massachusetts.

In the middle of the afternoon, some of the passengers reportedly heard banging noises that sounded as if they were coming from under the vehicle, which was making its way through Connecticut and very close to the border of Massachusetts.

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A Queens man working for the Department of Homeless Services as a housing specialist was arrested on Monday for allegations that he sexually abused two women. The victims are homeless and have been lodging in the New York City shelter where he is employed.

54-year-old Clyde Johnson began working with DHS in 2015. His job as a housing specialist entails assisting homeless people who are staying in shelters in finding permanent dwellings. He has been accused of abusing two women who reside in the Auburn Family Shelter in Brooklyn on at least four different occasions.

The criminal complaint reported that the sexual acts between Johnson and the two victims, age 59 and 60, not only took place at the shelter, but also at another address nearby, and on a Brooklyn city bus in motion. The NYC Department of Investigation believes the abuse took place in April and July 2017.

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