Afternoon Roundup

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The Afternoon Roundup
The Afternoon Roundup

Terminal 7 at JFK evacuated after problem at security checkpoint

Air passengers were temporarily evacuated from a terminal at New York City’s Kennedy Airport after a problem at one of the security checkpoints. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says that the Transportation Security Administration shut down Kennedy’s Terminal 7 at around 9:45 a.m. after determining that someone had gone through the checkpoint without being properly screened. Read more: [New York Post]

Queens Man Sentenced To Year In Jail In East Village Parking Space Beating Case

A judge has sentenced a Queens man to a year in jail for putting a woman into a coma after punching her in a fight over a parking space last year. Oscar Fuller was given the maximum sentence Friday. He was convicted in May of misdemeanor third degree assault after a violent altercation between himself and then 25-year-old Lana Rosas. He was acquitted of a more serious felony charge. Read more: [1010wins]

Queens Ice Company Cashes In During Heat Wave

They’ve sold about a half a million pounds of wet ice and a quarter million pounds of dry ice since Wednesday. On Friday the orders just kept coming in. The phone was ringing off the hook at the Natuzzi Bros Ice manufacturing and distribution company, where staffers worked around the clock to keep up with the demand. Read more: [NY1]

 Mets Take Game 1 Of Subway Series; Santana Gets Key To City

The Mets drew first blood in round two of the Subway Series Friday night. The Amazins scored five runs in the first inning, capped by a three-run home run by Ike Davis. Alex Rodriguez, Andruw Jones and Robinson Cano homered for the Bombers to cut the deficit but in the end, the Mets held on to win 6-4. Read more: [NY1]

Queens man says he’s been barred from seeing ailing mom; blames ruling by controversial judge

A Fresh Meadows man claims his vengeful family members have hijacked his elderly mother’s estate and barred him from seeing the ailing woman — thanks to a ruling by a controversial Queens judge. Read more: [New York Daily News]