Articles Posted in Suffolk County

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A man who was wanted in connection for abducting his son was arrested in February by agents of the U.S. Marshalls Service, sources told a reporter. The man is waiting to stand trial on charges of interference with child custody and contempt of court. The contempt of court charge is reported to be a violation of probation that was part of a previous charge of domestic violence.

The incident began innocently enough in October 2010 when the 46-year old man picked up his son at his ex-wife’s residence. The former couple shared custody of their son, and this was a part of the scheduled weekend visitation that was included in their divorce settlement, sources informed a friend.

Based on the police reports, it appears that things went wrong just before the man was to return his son to his mother. He had just discovered that a civil warrant had been issued for his arrest for failing to follow the terms of the divorce. It is unknown at this moment what stipulations of the divorce that he violated. Sources further add that when he was en route to returning his son that he observed a deputy in the area near to her home. It is thought that he then panicked and fled with his son. Sources have been unable to confirm or refute whether the deputy was in the area looking for him, or if the deputy was simply on routine patrol.

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A Texas woman is in jail after a bizarre incident which happened in late January. The woman claimed that after her two children helped her with some housecleaning, she decided to reward them (her children are 8 and 9 years old) with a ride on the car; a dangerous ride sitting on the trunk of her car, which the woman claimed her son had been begging for repeatedly for weeks. This case could have legal ramifications far outside of the state of Texas, said a New York Criminal Lawyer.

Responding to the woman’s claims that ride was intended as a reward, one officer involved in the case said, “Those may have been her intentions, but they were bad intentions. It’s just dangerous. Having a child riding on a vehicle, it’s like playing with a loaded gun. You just don’t know what is going to happen.”

The judge seemed to agree with the officer’s sentiment, handing down charges from the bench of two counts of injury to a child- which the law says is a felony in Nassau and Suffolk counties in the third degree.

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A Brooklyn man accused of the murder of his girlfriend during a domestic violence dispute sobbed apologies as police led him out of a police station in handcuffs.

“I’m sorry,” the suspect said, as he was led away from the 62nd Precinct stationhouse. “I loved [her]. I’m sorry to her family. I’m sorry for my children.”

His 34-year-old girlfriend was found dead in a bathtub in the suspect’s apartment. Prosecutors explained to a New York Criminal Lawyer that the woman had been beaten, strangled, and stabbed several times in the neck and body.

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Al Sharpton’s daughter, Dominique Sharpton was in an altercation with her boyfriend Latrelle Peeks where he allegedly punched her in the mouth and tossed her from a parked car and was charged with assault. The incident occurred at 220 W 145th Street in Harlem. It has been reported that the assaulting boyfriend has surrendered to cops.

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