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Report: Missing Drug Evidence Never Recovered From New York State Police Barracks

HAWTHORNE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Unanswered questions linger in the scandal of missing evidence involving illicit and prescription drugs at a New York State Police barracks in Hawthorne. 230 more words

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Owner: Drunken Teens Caused $25,000 Worth Of Damage To L.I. Limo Bus

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The owner of a limo bus plans to sue the parents of a group of teenagers that he said caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to the vehicle. 444 more words

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Cops Arrest Driver After Dozens Of Drunken Teens Found On Limo Bus In Southampton

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island limo bus driver was arrested Monday night after they found dozens of drunken teenagers and large amounts of booze aboard his vehicle, authorities said. 197 more words

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L.I. New York State Police Investigator Nabbed By FBI On Child Porn Charges

MINEOLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – A New York State Police investigator based out of Long Island has been arrested on federal child pornography charges following an FBI investigation that began in Alaska more than a year ago, authorities announced Friday. 492 more words

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BREAKING: New York State Police Instructed Not to Enforce SAFE Act Mag Limit

This is from Guns Save Lives.

It looks like the wheels maybe coming off of Little Andy Cuomo’s scheme to disarm law biding New Yorker’s. 334 more words

Hundreds of Gun Registration Forms Burned In Protest

 This is fromThe Mental Recession.

The resistance to tyranny in New York has begun.

This needs to spread to the ballot box.

There are four boxes to be used in the defense of liberty:  533 more words

SAFE Act Fail: New Yorkers Gather, Burn Nearly a Thousand Gun Registration Forms

Awr Hawkins reports:  On March 16, SAFE Act protesters gathered in Saratoga, New York and burned “nearly a thousand gun registration forms.”

Postar.com reports the forms “are used for people to register with New York State Police firearms that meet the state’s definition of military-style assault weapons.” 70 more words

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