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Friday, June 25, 2010

Bronx News Roundup, June 25

According to state investigators, staff at John F. Kennedy High School helped themselves to more than $90,000  - money students at the school had raised through bake sales and other fund-raisers.

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing Bronx teen.  Syderria Gilyard, 14, was last seen on Wednesday. 

Christopher "Dudus" Coke arrived in New York last night after being extradited from Jamaica, after police there finally captured him following a month-long manhunt that left more than 70 people dead.  The alleged drug lord is charged with running a large-scale gun and drug ring in the Bronx and Queens.  

The family of an auxiliary cop who was shot dead in the Bronx 17 years ago has finally been awarded a line-of-duty death benefit.

In a lawsuit filed yesterday, a polio survivor claims the Bronx Zoo is impossible to navigate in a wheelchair, and thus violates federal and state laws.  

Four Bronx siblings, members of the band "Graveshift," could be on the verge of stardom.  


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