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Monday, May 17, 2010

Bronx News Roundup, May 17

A little late with the roundup today, but never fear, here's some Bronx news to get you through the afternoon.

Two off-duty NYPD officers were killed in a car crash on the Bronx River Parkway Sunday morning while driving four women home after a party. The four women survived, but were critically injured.

A fifteen-year-old Bronx boy was found stabbed to death in a building on Bouck Avenue after his involvement in a dispute Saturday night.

Politicians and straphangers put the MTA on the spot after exposing the fact the most of the pricey security cameras installed in subway stations aren't working.

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerick heads to prison today to begin his 27-33 month sentence.

The family and friends of the the two teenagers who were killed in a shooting last weekend gathered together with the Stop the Violence Coalition and other Bronx residents for a rally against gun violence in Claremont Park Saturday.

A wild car chase in Williamsbridge ended tragically when the driver who was being pursued was shot to death, early Saturday morning.


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