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December 2016 Archives

Former New York high school star athlete facing drug charges

A former New York high school athlete was arrested on Dec. 18, along with the driver of the car in which he was a passenger. Police stopped the vehicle at around 6 p.m. that Saturday, and a search of the car is said to have turned up a variety of illegal substances. Both men are now facing drug charges.

Jocelyn Wildenstein arrested in New York on felony charges

Wealthy socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein was arrested in New York after a fight with her boyfriend early in the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 7. The woman, famously nicknamed "Catwoman" because of the plastic surgeries she has undergone over the years, allegedly attacked her boyfriend with scissors in their shared apartment. She is currently facing felony charges, among other accusations.

New York man facing charges of drug possession for cocaine, PCP

A New York man is facing drug charges after he was taken into custody on Thursday, Dec. 1. The 48-year-old Riverhead individual was arrested in Riverside for drug possession. What started as a traffic violation quickly escalated into something more serious.

Felony charges reduced for teen accused of scaling skyscrapers

It has been reported that a teenager has been charged with two misdemeanors after posting videos of himself scaling skyscrapers in New York City. The teen originally faced felony charges, but it appears these charges may have been, or will be, reduced to misdemeanor charges. This incident occurred two years after the teen was originally arrested in 2014 for climbing One World Trade Center.

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