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The Afternoon Roundup
The Afternoon Roundup

Pizza delivery boy rapes woman in her Upper West Side home

A demented pizza delivery boy raped an upper West Side woman Saturday as her 7-year-old daughter slept in the bed beside her — and then offered an apology before fleeing, police and the victim said. Cesar Lucas, 16, was busted at his boss’ 10th Ave. pizzeria shortly after dropping off a pie in the building and then sexually assaulting his shocked victim, cops said. NYDailyNews

More Wall Street layoffs are coming

As Wall Street closes the books on Q3, a frightful future may lie ahead. More layoffs are on the way for the big banks, according to prominent bank analyst Glenn Schorr. The Nomura analyst in a recent report warns that many banks, which are still overstaffed, need a more liberal wielding of the ax to squeeze out more profits in the coming years, amid a global market that continues to look sluggish. NYPost

Paramedic partners busted in mysterious 2008 death of estranged wife

Was it the Emergency “Murder” Service? Two paramedic partners who worked together for years on an ambulance out of Jamaica Hospital have been busted in the mysterious 2008 death of the estranged wife of one of the men. Instead of saving lives, Paul Novak and Scott Sherwood are now locked up awaiting their next court date on charges of second-degree murder. NYPost

NY State police report jump in number of meth lab busts

New York state police say they’re responding to far more reports of methamphetamine labs this year than last. They say that troopers answered 45 reports of labs making the illegal amphetamines last year, compared with more than 100 so far in 2012. NYPost

Police investigate Bronx boy’s fall out of window

Investigators are still trying to figure out how a four-year-old boy fell to his death from an apartment window in the Concourse Village section of the Bronx on Saturday afternoon. Neighbors say Gabriel Estevez, seen above, was in the super’s apartment at a building on East 161st Street while his mother was at the laundromat. The fourth-floor apartment did not have window guards. NY1