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November 2013 Archives

Investigators uncover alleged North Korean meth smuggling ring

Five foreigners were brought to New York from Thailand to face charges that they were conspiring to smuggle 100 kilograms of very potent, North Korean methamphetamine. The men were taken into custody on drug charges and transported to the U.S. on Nov. 19. They were brought before a judge on Nov. 20, and they all pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges. The judge has ordered them to be held without bail until Dec. 5, which is their next court date.

Judge: Diner manager accused of hiring hit man to remain on bail

New York fans of Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" may be following the sordid allegations against a former manager of a New Jersey diner featured on the Food Network show. The 45-year-old man, who may be mounting his criminal defense under home confinement, was accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill his uncle, a co-owner of the iconic Tick Tock Diner. The supposed hit man that he spoke to, however, was an undercover state cop. The man was taken into custody on an attempted murder charge before being released on $600,000 bail.

Teenage boy accused after skating rink incident injures two

On the evening of Nov. 9, a shooting occurred at the Bryant Park skating rink in Manhattan, a popular attraction for tourists and locals that is located behind the New York Public Library. Despite an estimated 300 people skating on the rink at the time, the shots only injured two. After the incident, police took a teenager into custody on charges of attempted murder.

Artist Banksy strikes again

So far, New York police haven't had any luck catching the elusive graffiti artist Banksy as he tags his way around New York City. However, they did manage to arrest two young men as they attempted to steal his latest offering. The young men were taken into custody and may need a criminal defense since they are facing charges of criminal mischief and criminal trespass.

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