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Queens’ Morning Roundup – 11/02/2011: $10,000 Reward Offered In Deadly Wrong-Way Queens Crash


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The Round Up

Ex-Texas FBI agent convicted in NY of making false statements after having sex with source

A former Texas FBI agent was convicted Tuesday of making false statements about a confidential source after he had an intimate sexual relationship with her. Adrian Busby, 37, of El Paso, Texas, was convicted of four counts of making false statements in U.S. District Court. The charges carry a potential prison term of up to 20 years. Prosecutors accused Busby of making numerous false statements regarding the steps he took to assist the woman during a criminal trial in Queens that resulted in her conviction. Read More: Washington Post

 

 

Feds decline investigation of Queens detention center

The U.S. Marshals Service has declined to investigate allegations by activists that immigrants at a private New York City detention center have been abused. Jeff Carter, a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service, said Tuesday that the agency had conducted annual and spot inspections at the Queens Detention Facility since 2008. The center passed its most recent inspection in September, he said. Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and Make the Road New York, an immigrant rights group, called for an investigation of the center last month after saying they had received reports of mistreatment of detainees and lack of medical care at the privately operated center. Read More: Wall Street Journal

Body found along Jersey City waterfront identified as Queens woman

Detective work on both sides of the Hudson River has led to the identification of a drowned woman found floating near Jersey City’s Newport community on Saturday, officials said Sunday. The body of Yin Har Lau, 59, of Queens, was identified by her son just before noon Sunday at the state Regional Medical Examiner’s Office in Newark, Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said. Read More: NJ.com

$10,000 Reward Offered In Deadly Wrong-Way Queens Crash

A $10,000 reward has been posted for information leading to the arrest of a driver wanted in a deadly wrong-way crash that killed a beloved bar owner in Queens. The crash occurred around 6:45 a.m. of Oct. 15, when 37-year-old George Gibbons closed up his “Gibbon’s Home” bar in Maspeth before catching a cab to go home. Read More: CBS News

 

Closing Arguments Expected In NYPD’s Sean Bell Shooting Trial

Closing arguments are expected to begin Wednesday afternoon in the departmental trial of two city police officers involved in the Sean Bell shooting. Officer Michael Carey and Detective Gescard Isnora both testified that they acted in the interests of their own safety when they and three other policemen shot and killed the unarmed man outside a Queens strip club in 2006. Read More: NY1

 

Confessed murderer Edwin Fuentes leads cops to last of his wife’s remains hidden in Forest Park

A former butcher who copped to choking his wife and then dismembering her body led cops Tuesday to the last of her remains in Forest Park in Queens. Edwin Fuentes, 44, had agreed as part of a plea deal to show cops where to find the remains of his wife, Reina De Los Santos Reyes, a mother of two, authorities said. The remains, the last parts of her skeleton still missing, were found inside of a plastic bag within the park, which is near where the couple once lived in Woodhaven. Read More: Daily News

 

Grenade found inside a Queens home owned by a Vietnam vet

A grenade was found inside a Queens home on Tuesday – causing a brief panic for quiet block, police sources said. An electrician found the grenade while working inside the two-story house on 89th Ave. near 107th St. in Richmond Hill about 4 p.m., the sources said. Read More: Daily News