Flushing couple faces charges after physically and sexually abusing child slaves from Korea
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Flushing couple that exploited two young children for financial gain was indicted on charges of labor trafficking and exploitation this week. Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced that a grand jury slapped Sook Yeong Park, 49, and Jeong Taek Lee, 53, both of 196th Street in Flushing, with a slew of allegations on Tuesday, May 24. The couple was […]

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Flushing man admits to killing his girlfriend and stuffing her body inside her car
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A Flushing man pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges Wednesday for stabbing his girlfriend to death and hiding her body in the trunk of her own car, prosecutors announced. Luis Zambrano, 30, of 150th Street faces at least 25 years behind bars after entering a guilty plea to first-degree manslaughter in the September 2015 murder of Angie […]

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Three women who scammed 88-year old woman of $10K in Jackson Heights were arrested
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Three women have been charged for allegedly stealing $10,000 from an elderly woman in a “found money” scam perpetrated in Jackson Heights, prosecutors said. District Attorney Richard A. Brown identified the defendants as Juanita Lamb, 57, of West Palisades Avenue in Engelwood, NJ, Deanna Rhett, 59, of West 145th Street in Manhattan, and Donna E. Saunders, 60, of […]

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Jamaica man gets 55 years to life in prison for 2012 attempted murder of NYPD sergeant
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The Jamaica man who shot an NYPD sergeant twice in 2012 in Queens has been sentenced to 55 years to life behind bars, Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced on Wednesday. John F. Thomas, 28, whose last known address was on 109th Avenue in Jamaica, was convicted in June 2015 of first-degree attempted murder of a […]

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Three more southeast Queens gang members locked up for murder plot

The last of three street gang members in southeast Queens convicted of plotting to murder two rivals was sentenced Thursday to spend as much as 25 years behind bars. Jahmarley Jones, 21, was ordered by Queens Supreme Court Justice Robert Kohm to serve 8 1/3 to 25 years in prison after being convicted on second-degree conspiracy […]

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