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Feb 24, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Cops probe death of 6-month-old found unconscious in Bronx home


Cops are investigating the death of 6-month-old girl found unconscious in her parents’ Bronx home, authorities said Saturday.


Little Rylie DeLeon’s parents found her not breathing about 6:30 p.m. Friday, half an hour after she was given a bottle and put down to sleep inside her apartment on Ogden Ave. near W. 167th St. in Highbridge, according to cops.


Medics rushed the baby to Lincoln Hospital, where she died.


The girl had no visible injuries, police said. An autopsy has been slated to determine how she died.

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Feb 23, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: NYPD cop says it isn’t him in bed with teen after photos surfaced


A Bronx cop accused of having sex with a 15-year-old prostitute refused to admit that he knew his victim — even when he was shown pictures of the two of them in bed together, investigators said Thursday.


In fact, Police Officer Raul Olmeda wouldn’t admit that he was the man having sex with the teen in the raunchy photos — which were found on his computer and cellphone, according to testimony made during his departmental trial.


“He said it wasn’t him in the photo,” Sgt. Michael Garcia of the NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau said, as Olmeda sat before him at the NYPD trial room at police headquarters.


The NYPD Advocates office, which prosecutes police misconduct, is pushing to get Olmeda fired. The department trial will determine if he should get kicked off the force.

Video emerges of NYPD cop having threesome with teen, her sister


Rape allegations for having sex with the minor, identified in court only as SG, will be adjudicated in Bronx criminal court at a later date.


Advocate Anna Krutaya said Olmeda, 40, claimed he couldn’t identify the furniture in his own home when confronted with the photos, which were taken in his bedroom and living room. Yet, when cops executed a search warrant at his address, the furniture in the photos was inside, she said.


Detectives allegedly found a series of salacious videos and photos on Olmeda’s home computer, along with a creepy PowerPoint presentation of other women with whom he had sex — a compilation he called “The List.”


Olmeda made his bold denials after he was confronted with an audio file of a recording where when he tells SG to “lay low” because Internal Affairs was investigating him. The recording was also found on his computer.

NYPD cop busted for allegedly having sex with underage girl


“Technically you are a minor,” Olmeda told the teen on the recording, according to Krutaya.


“This man, a man who swore an oath to protect the innocent — technically he doesn’t care,” Krutaya said during her summation. “This is a portrait of an individual who shouldn’t be allowed to put on a uniform like the fine men and women of this department.”


Prosecutors said Olmeda met SG last year through her 24-year-old sister Alexa, who he had dated.


After convincing Alexa to have a three-way with himself and SG, he began seeing the minor privately, paying her between 0 and 0 a tryst. He photographed and recorded the encounters, investigators said.


The teen told police of her relationship with Olmeda after she was arrested for prostitution.


The 4-year NYPD veteran was suspended after being charged with having sex with a minor and child endangerment charges on Oct. 11. He is currently out on bail.


He was re-suspended on Thursday when he refused to testify during his departmental trial.


SG’s father, Francisco Gonzalez, was called to the stand and had the arduous task of going through dozens of pictures of his daughter either nude or having sex with Olmeda so they could be properly identified.


“Yeah…that’s my daughter,” a pained Gonzalez said as he sat on the stand uncomfortably, thumbing through the lurid snapshots.


“I don’t consider him an officer,” Gonzalez said about Olmeda. “I know people who are real officers.”


Olmeda’s attorney, Stuart London, said all of the allegations stem from the teen who was encouraged to lie by Gonzalez so they could sue the city at a later date.


“There is a money rainbow in this case,” London said. “That’s their pure motivation in this moving forward.”


“They only thing that is clear is that the (victim) is a very troubled girl.”


Krutaya agreed with London.


“She is a troubled girl and troubled girls make perfect victims and perfect prey for people like Officer Olmeda,” she said.


A department commissioner will review the evidence and recommend a punishment to Police Commissioner James O’Neill, who will have the final say in Olmeda’s future in the department.


The NYPD won’t publicly release Olmeda’s sentence as it continues to cite Section 50-a of the state Civil Rights Law, which prevents the public disclosure of personnel records of uniformed officers. Olmeda would have to waive the rule if the decision was to be made public.


Olmeda is due back in Bronx Criminal Court on the felony charges May 1.

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Feb 23, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Bronx boy arrested for threatening to shoot up school on Kik app


A bullied 15-year-old Bronx boy was arrested for threatening on a social media app to shoot up his school, then trying to buy firearms online, officials said Thursday.


Members of the NYPD’s Computer Crimes Squad arrested the teen at his home in Fordham Manor Wednesday night — more than two months after he wrote to a group on the Kik app that he was sick of being bullied and was going to get a gun and “take care of things” at his school, sources said.


The teen attends the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics, sources said.


Workers at Kik, the global chat platform based in Canada, learned of the threat and handed the information over to U.S. Homeland Security, which notified the NYPD.


When cops caught up with the teen, they found he had a bulletproof vest in his home.


He made several unsuccessful attempts to buy firearms online and no guns were found in his apartment, sources said.


The teen told investigators he was serious about killing his classmates because they made fun of him, according to sources.


The NYPD charged the teen with making terroristic threats.


He will be prosecuted in family court at a later date, officials said. His name was not disclosed.


“Safety always comes first and we work in close partnership with NYPD to ensure the safety of all school buildings, treating any threat with the utmost seriousness,” said Education Department spokeswoman Miranda Barbot. “This threat was addressed off-site by NYPD.”


Robert Montas, 50, a father of three who lives near Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics, was at a loss to explain what might have been going through the teen’s mind.


“It’s crazy,” he said. “I know they have security here, I’ve seen them many times walking around, but there’s like maybe one officer to 300 kids. It’s hard to know what everybody’s thinking or might be carrying.”


Lorraine Martinez, 36, a social worker based in Morrisania, compared the NYPD’s response to the FBI ignoring a tip about the Parkland high school massacre suspect.


“The fact that it was that effective is actually good to know — that they’re jumping on it and not sitting on it, which (was) unfortunately the situation that happened in Florida,” she said.

With John Annese, Chelsia Rose Marcius, Catherina Gioino

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Feb 22, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Man’s death months after he was attacked in Bronx ruled homicide


A 20-year-old man attacked on a Bronx street died months later — and his death has been ruled a homicide, police said Thursday.


Cops responding to a report of a robbery on E. 134th St. near Brook Ave. in Mott Haven found Musa Tunkara with a deep gash to his chest and cuts to his head about 8:30 p.m. July 17.


Tunkara was rushed to Lincoln Hospital, where he died on Oct. 25, officials said.


An autopsy determined last week that Tunkara, who lived six blocks from where he was assaulted, died of complications stemming from blunt impact injuries he received.

Bronx man who charged at cops with knife said ‘shoot me!’ 8 times


The city Medical Examiner declared his death a homicide.


Relatives didn’t know why Tunkara was killed.


“He was a good person. Good energy. He was always looking out for me,” Tunkara’s sister Fatoumata Tunkara, 18, said. “Why would you want to do that to somebody’s child?”


“What they did to him, period, is a problem,” she said.


No arrests have been made.

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Feb 22, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Bronx man who charged at cops with knife said ‘shoot me!’ 8 times


A knife-wielding Bronx man who was fatally shot by cops last month spent his final frantic seconds advancing on two NYPD officers, according to body-cam video the department showed to reporters Thursday.


The footage was recorded during a Jan. 29 nighttime encounter at Prospect Ave. and E. 181st St. in Belmont.


The street was too dark to allow for a clear view of the suspect, Michael Hansford, 52, as he chased his landlord around a parked car, at which point police show up.


But officers from the 48th Precinct are heard telling Hansford 22 times to drop the “Rambo-style knife” he was brandishing, said Insp. Kevin Maloney, who heads the NYPD’s Force Investigation Division.

Police union wants body cam video of shooting kept private


Although the audio is hard to make out, the video shows that the suspect — who earlier had tried to stab his landlord with a smaller knife in an argument over unpaid rent — told cops to shoot him eight times during the encounter, police said.


Police stopped short of characterizing the incident as suicide by cop.


“The guy is saying, ‘Shoot me! Shoot me!’”said Deputy Commissioner Stephen Davis, the NYPD’s top spokesman. “(But) I can’t get into the guy’s mind.”


As city policy demands, the Bronx District Attorney’ office is investigating the shooting, as is the NYPD.

De Blasio wants every cop to wear a body camera by year’s end


But Police Commissioner James O’Neill two days after the shooting said he had viewed the video and believes the cops acted appropriately.


One officer, who joined the NYPD 3 1/2 years ago, fired four times. His partner, a two-year veteran, fired twice.


The NYPD has now released footage from all four police shootings that have been captured on bodycameras since September.


O’Neill has promised to released all such videos — regardless of whether it makes police look good or bad.

O’Neill: cops’ handling in shooting death of man was by the books


By year’s end about 17,000 cops, most of the patrol force, are expected to be equipped with cameras.

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Feb 22, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: QUIZ: How many 5 train stops can you name?


The 5 train, more often than not, resembles a bar at happy hour, with dozens of passengers squeezed together in a confined space.


This express train even has a rush hour extension in the Bronx which takes the cramped feel up a notch.


Like pretty much everything MTA, it could be worse. Take this past President’s Day Weekend, where those lucky service industry riders had to endure the 5 train turning local for much of its Bronx-to-Manhattan run.


Suffering from a 5 train hangover? Take our quiz to overcome your holiday weekend.


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As with all these subway stop quizzes, no need to remember if your stop is a street, avenue, center or court — we’re mostly just looking for the stop name here. Also, if you think something might be abbreviated, spell it out. And finally: You only need either part of hyphenated station names.




» View all the Daily News quizzes.


Note: If you can’t see this quiz on your mobile phone,find the MTA 5 line stops quiz here. Next quiz: How many stops on the MTA 2 line can you name?

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Feb 22, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Bronx man left unconscious with fractured skull after attack


A 35-year-old single dad suffered a fractured skull after a mysterious attack outside his Bronx home, police said.


Phillip Roseburgh, a father of three, was found by a relative unconscious and bleeding on the sidewalk on Garden St. near Prospect Ave. in Belmont about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Medics rushed him to St. Barnabas Hospital in critical condition. Police said Wednesday that Roseburgh remains unconscious.


A neighbor said he was brain dead.

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“He was a loving father with three kids. He was always in the community with the kids trying to make them laugh,” said Afiya L., 33, who declined to give her last name. “He never hurt or harmed anyone. He was a very good friend.”


She said Roseburgh, who was unemployed, has lived in the building since he was 8, and loved to take his kids to the park, swimming or watch them play sports in front of the building. Roseburgh’s mother died in 2005.


“He always had his kids with him 100% of the time,” said neighbor Preston Brown. “He was a great dad, amazing. In summertime, he’d pull his grill out back, cooking with his kids and offering everyone food.”


The family now plans to send his children to live with their aunts; they haven’t been told what happened.

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“Phil was the kind of person that never got into an altercation so this is just unexplainable,” Afiya said. “This building will miss him.”


Afiya said she went to the hospital to support him. “We stayed with him for six hours,” she said.


An aunt who declined to give her name said Roseburgh was able to hear early Wednesday, and at one point was crying.


“He was breathing on his own when I left around 4 a.m.,” she said.

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Another neighbor called him “Good Morning Phil.”


“He said ‘hi’ to everyone who came in the building,” said neighbor Janey P., who declined to give her last name.


“He’d always help carry your bags inside,” she added. “This is his home. He’s always had big parties for his kids birthdays and would invite everybody.”


During their last conversation, Roseburgh told her how proud he was of his daughter’s accomplishments in school, she said.


“He was good to everybody’s kids,” she said. “He looked out for everybody’s kids.”


Roseburgh’s attacker took off; cops had no clear description of the suspect as of Wednesday morning.


The motive for the assault was not immediately clear.


Three detectives were at the crime scene Wednesday looking for video and other evidence. 

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Feb 21, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Video emerges of NYPD cop having threesome with teen, her sister


A Bronx cop accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl also had a threesome with the teen and her adult sister — and videotaped some of his illicit encounters, authorities said Wednesday.


Detectives found a series of salacious videos and photos on Police Officer Raul Olmeda’s home computer, along with a creepy PowerPoint presentation of other women with whom he had sex — a compilation he called “The List,” according to department lawyers who want him fired.


The evidence against Olmeda, 40, was presented Wednesday during his departmental trial — which will determine whether he remains a cop or gets kicked off the force.


He also faces felony charges in Bronx Criminal Court for sex with a minor and possession of a sexual performance of a child.

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Usually, departmental trials are usually not held until a criminal case has concluded.


In one of the most notable examples of this practice, the NYPD has repeatedly maintained that departmental charges against chokehold cop Daniel Pantaleo — accused of killing Staten Island dad Eric Garner — will not be filed until the Department of Justice concludes its investigation.


Lt. John Grimpel, a police spokesman, said prosecutors did not object to the NYPD moving forward with the disciplinary case against Olmeda — even though his criminal case is pending.


The NYPD Department Advocate’s Office, which prosecutes police misconduct within the department, is pushing for the firing of Olmeda. The underage teen he is accused of having sex with was a runaway who ended up becoming a prostitute.


When the Internal Affairs Bureau learned about the suspected sexual encounters, it alleged Olmeda tried to convince the teen to stop talking to authorities — and also tried to access NYPD computer files to get updates on the case against him.


“(Officer Olmeda) has engaged in behavior that is not acceptable in any manner and he should not continue in his role as a police officer,” a prosecutor for the Department Advocate’s Office said.


The four-year NYPD veteran is currently suspended. He was arrested last Oct. 11 for having sex with the minor, identified as his girlfriend’s sister.


According to Lt. Euclides Lopez, the lead investigator on the case for IAB, Olmeda managed to convince his girlfriend to have a three-way with him and her sister, then paid the underage teen for sex at least eight other times, giving her between 0 and 0 for each tryst.


The teen told police of her relationship with Olmeda after she was arrested for prostitution.


“She provided us with a phone number of one of her clients that was a police officer,” Lopez said. “We ran the phone number and it came back to Olmeda.”


“She said she had sex with (Olmeda) about eight to 10 times,” Lopez said. “He would videotape and record every time they had sex.”


Olmeda knew she was underage, the teen told police. A forensic dive into the cop’s desktop computer, USB drives and cell phone turned up 16 photos of the teen either naked or having sex with Olmeda — along with at least 19 videos of the cop having sex with the teen and a handful of other women, investigators said.


Cops also found his Dropbox containing three folders — one contained three more lurid pics of the teen. The other two were labeled “The List” and “My Investigation.”


The “My Investigation” folder contained audio files of Olmeda trying to convince the teen not to talk to authorities.


He told her if he got in trouble, so would her sister, who put them together in the first place, Lopez said.


“The List” was a collage of women he also bedded, officials said.


Olmeda’s lawyer, Stewart London, said all of the charges stem from the teen, who he said lied about her relationship with the cop in the hopes of a payday down the line.


“All of these charges rest on one linchpin — the credit of one woman,” London said. “This case is plain and simple — it’s a money grab.”


The teen’s father also pressured her to lie about her relationship with Olmeda, London charged.


“When he realized he had the ability to arrest a police officer, all he saw was money signs,” London said.


Olmeda, who is currently out on bail, is due back in Bronx Criminal Court on the felony charges May 1.

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Feb 21, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: NYPD captain turns himself in for helping detective dodge DWI


A Bronx NYPD captain accused of helping an off-duty detective avoid DWI charges turned himself in Wednesday to face charges over the alleged coverup, authorities said.


Capt. Naoki Yaguchi was indicted by a grand jury last week for official misconduct and obstructing governmental administration.


He surrendered Wednesday morning and was arraigned in Bronx Criminal Court, where a judge ordered him released without bail.


Prosecutors say Yaguchi intervened when off-duty NYPD Detective Efrain Medina was involved in a two-car crash on Forhdam Road April 22. Medina said he had a glass of wine at least two hours earlier, according to sources.

NYPD captain accused of delaying DWI test of off-duty cop


Yaguchi, who was working that night as a duty captain, allegedly slow-walked Medina’s trip to the 45th Precinct, where DWI suspects are given a Breathalyzer test, the DA said.


The delay prevented officers from taking a test that could provide an accurate reading of how much alcohol was in Medina’s system, the DA said.


Roy Richter, head of the Captains Endowment Association, said the indictment is “completely without merit and is a perversion of the prosecutorial authority given to the Bronx District Attorney.”


Yaguchi, he said, didn’t start his shift until almost 90 minutes after the accident and that once the captain learned of the incident he ordered Medina taken to the precinct — then went there himself to oversee the investigation.

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Yaguchi, 36, has been suspended without pay. He is the NYPD’s first Japanese-American captain and was the executive officer — serving as second in command — at the 40th Precinct at the time of the accident.


Medina was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and pleaded to a violation.

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Feb 21, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Guinea pigs need home after turning up at hero soldier’s funeral


Two guinea pigs that mysteriously appeared on the steps of a Bronx church during the funeral for a soldier who died saving four people from a deadly fire need a new home.


Animal rescuer Marie Palladino is trying to find a home for the two critters, left behind in a cat carrier on the steps of during the funeral at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church for Emmanuel Mensah.


“There they were, the two little babies in a cat carrier,” said Palladino. “They’re adorable.”


Timothy Cardinal Dolan officiated the packed funeral for Mensah, 28, lauding him for demonstrating “the most noble calling of the human person, to give ourselves in sacrifice and love to others.”

Soldier who saved 4 in Bronx fire celebrated as hero at funeral


The immigrant from Ghana was among the 13 people killed by the fast-moving inferno that engulfed the five-story building Dec. 28, the city’s deadliest fire in more than a quarter-century.


The young soldier was home for the holidays when the blaze broke out on the first floor. He raced in and out of the burning building at least three times — carrying his neighbors to safety. He was found dead on the fourth floor, overcome by smoke.


Some funeral goers speculated the mystery pets belonged to Mensah.


The soldier’s father and roommate both said they don’t believe the animals were his. But grieving dad Kwabena Mensah said his son was an avid animal lover.

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“It doesn’t bother me that people want to take care of them in my son’s name,” the grieving dad said. “I know he would have appreciated that.”


Palladino has recruited the Animal Care Centers of NYC and the Sean Casey Animal Shelter in Brooklyn to help search for a new home for the guinea pigs, one jet black, the other brown and white. She named them Thelma and Louise.


“At first they were very scared but now they are used to me,” Palladino, 68, said. “They squeak when they want to eat.”


“Maybe they didn’t know what to do with them,” Palladino said of whoever left the pets there. “Maybe they thought they would be safe with God.”

Soldier who died in Bronx fire to be honored at State of the City


Before his funeral, Mensah posthumously received the New York State Medal of Valor and the Soldier’s Medal, which is the Army’s highest award for noncombat bravery. Both awards were buried with him.


Anyone interested in adopting Thelma and Louise can reach out to Animal Care Centers of NYC at www.nycacc.org or the Sean Casey Animal Rescue at (718) 436-5163.

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Feb 21, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: Manhole explosions torch two cars in the Bronx


A trio of manhole explosions burned two cars in the Bronx Tuesday, and Con Edison officials say melting snow mixed with road salt may be to blame.


The manholes erupted at about 1:30 p.m., on Davidson Ave. near W. 183rd St. in Fordham Heights, the FDNY said.


No one was injured by the flames, but two vehicles were torched, firefighters said.


The blasts also knocked out power to 86 of the utility’s customers, who are expected to see their electricity return by 6 a.m. Wednesday, Con Ed spokesman Sidney Alvarez said.


Melted snow mixed with salt can often drain into the city’s manholes during winter months, and the salt water can spark built-up gases when it comes into contact with electrical cables, the utility maintains.


Con Ed workers are still investigating whether that’s what happened to cause Tuesday’s blasts, Alvarez said.

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Feb 20, 2018
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BRONX NEWS: School was warned about dangerous student years before stabbing


A mother warned administrators at a troubled Bronx school that her son was hiding knives in his backpack — and had been “pulling knives on his family” — three years before he was charged in the fatal stabbing of a classmate, the Daily News has learned.


Months after the Sept. 27, 2017, stabbing death of Matthew McCree, 15, allegedly by Abel Cedeno, 18, at the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation, the victim’s mom, Louna Dennis, says she was anonymously leaked a memo about a voicemail from Cedeno’s mother, Luz Hernandez.


Dennis read the May 28, 2014 memo — which Cedeno’s lawyers said was presented at his grand jury — to The News.


“This morning I received a voicemail message from Abel Cedeno’s mother informing me that she discovered a knife in Abel’s backpack,” then-school dean Justin Keating wrote, according to the memo.

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“She informed me that he has been bringing knives to school. The voicemail was out of concern for our students and staff safety because he has a history of pulling knives on his family. This is an issue that needs to be addressed immediately.”


Dennis was outraged to learn the school had gotten a warning about the potential dangers, and that her son wasn’t saved.


“The school failed my son and my family one hundred percent — big time,” said Dennis.


Dennis’s lawyer, Sanford Rubenstein, said the memo “shows that the school and the Department of Education was on notice and knew a danger existed” at the school long before Matthew was stabbed to death.

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Rubenstein has filed a notice of claim against the DOE and NYPD for failing to protect the students by not installing metal detectors despite two incidents involving weapons at the school.


In the September bloodshed, a cell phone video showed Cedeno charging into a classroom, armed with a switchblade knife, and stabbing McCree in the stomach.


Cedeno told authorities he was bullied by other students over his sexuality and snapped when McCree hit him with a pencil and threw a paper ball at him.


Toya Holness, a spokeswoman from the DOE, declined to comment, but said, “The safety of students and staff is our top priority and we have provided the school with additional safety supports (last school year and after the tragedy).”

Bronx school stabber’s lawyer blames victims: ‘He was pummeled’


A Bronx grand jury, which declined to indict Cedeno for murder, charged him with manslaughter, assault and weapons charges. He has pleaded not guilty and was released from Rikers Island on 0,000 bond.


Cedeno’s lawyers, Robert Feldman and Christopher Lynn, railed about the leaked memo, saying it shows Keating’s negligence and is a “distraction” from the criminal case.


“(Cedeno) swore under oath that he was going to get raped and told the dean and the dean ignored it,” Lynn said. “He was told to buck it up and be a man, he was only 14-years-old.”


The lawyer said the mother’s reference to a knife in her son’s backpack in 2014 was a butter knife.

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Lynn also questioned how grand jury evidence ended up “floating around.”


Repeated calls to Hernandez for comment were not returned.


Since the violence, dozens of students have transferred out, the principal was reassigned and the school is on a list of those slated to close.

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