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Dead baby discovered at bleeding teen’s home


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Man Guilty of Raping Ex-Girlfriend and Then Framing Her

Seemona Sumasar said all along that she was raped by her ex-boyfriend, who then framed her for a series of armed robberies that never took place. On Wednesday, a jury in State Supreme Court in Queens agreed, finding the ex-boyfriend, Jerry Ramrattan, guilty of more than 10 charges, including rape, perjury and conspiracy. Ramrattan faces more than 25 years in prison when he is sentenced on January 4. Read More: New York Times

NY pair who abducted their 8 kids get 60 days in jail

Parents who abducted their eight young children from foster care in New York City were sentenced on Wednesday to 60 days in jail, which they have already served, authorities said. Shanel Nadal, 28, the mother, and Nephra Payne, 34, the father, of Manhattan pleaded guilty to second-degree custodial interference for abducting their children, ages 11 months to 11 years, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Read More: Wall Street Journal

Red Storm Men’s Basketball Team Serves NYC Community At St. John’s Bread And Life Soup Kitchen

Joined by University officials and a host of volunteers, the Red Storm men’s basketball team made its 14th-annual Thanksgiving trip to the St. John’s Bread and Life Soup Kitchen on Wednesday, serving turkey dinners to 2,418 Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, area residents. Read More: Red Storm Sports

5th anniversary of NYC police shooting; Sean Bell died hours before he would have been married

It’s the fifth anniversary of the Sean Bell police shooting. Bell died on November 25, 2006, in a hail of 50 bullets. He was leaving his bachelor party at a Queens strip club, just hours before he would have been married. Three detectives were acquitted. Read More: The Republic

Dead baby discovered at bleeding teen’s home

A Queens teen was rushed to Jamaica Hospital with heavy bleeding today — and it wasn’t until two hours later that cops and medics discovered she had just given birth, and her newborn baby boy was soon found dead back at the home, The Post has learned. The deceased infant was found abandoned in the second-floor bedroom of a home on 120th Avenue in St. Alban’s, sources said. The body of the baby, which appeared to be full-term, was wrapped in a blue towel that had been closed over with blue duct tape, sources said. It was then encased in two plastic grocery bags that were stuffed inside a yellow leather handbag that had been placed next to a bed, sources added. Read  More: New York Post

Mutilation killer pleads guilty to murdering woman over unemployment 

A Queens man pleaded guilty Wednesday to the mutilation-slaying of the woman he blamed for nearly getting him deported back to his native China. Huang Chen, 49, faces up to 31 years in prison on a manslaughter charge for the January 2010 killing of Qian Wu, 46, in her Flushing apartment. Read More: Daily News

Woman Arrested For Allegedly Smuggling 22 Pounds Of Cocaine Into JFK

A woman has been arrested on charges of smuggling $700,000 worth of cocaine into John F. Kennedy International Airport. Investigators say Dayanet Rodriguez, 32, arrived Tuesday morning from the Dominican Republic with 22 pounds of cocaine. Trained dogs found the drugs in the lining of three checked bags. Rodriguez was placed under arrest and turned over to Homeland Security. She now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges. Read More: NY1

Mets Owners Could Go To Trial In Connection With Madoff Scheme

The owners of the New York Mets could go before a jury for their alleged connection to Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff said if the case is not settled, it should go to trial. The judge dismissed an argument by the team which said the case should be heard by a judge only since it began in bankruptcy court. Read More: NY1