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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Bronx News Roundup, March 9

Enjoy the beautiful day, but while you're inside or on a laptop in one of the Bronx's many parks, here's some Bronx news for you:

A Bronx cop from the 46th precinct was arrested yesterday for being involved in a million-dollar perfume heist.

A 47 -year-old woman was found stabbed to death in her Morris Heights apartment last night. No arrests have been made.

The Parade Grounds in Van Cortlandt Park have become unexpectedly flooded, delaying it's reopening and forcing athletic leagues to look for new locations to hold their games.

Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. confirms that he is in the process of creating a new plan for the Kingsbridge Armory.

Animal Rights advocates hope that the conviction of the two men involved in a dog fighting ring in the Bronx sends a message. The men are facing up to four years in prison once sentenced on March 17.

The Daily News reports that the vehicle that killed 17-year-old Keon Nedd in a hit-and-run accident this past weekend, was stolen and driven by a group of teenagers. Police are still in search of the teens who fled the scene.

Demolition at the old Yankee Stadium continues.

Boston Road is still known for some of the best deals in the Bronx. Read more here.


  1. Clarification... You meant the woman was found by her roommate, not stabbed by her roommate, right?

  2. Yes. Oops. Thanks for pointing that out.


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