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It was apparently the first manic episode he experienced.
Krit McClean, who has worked as model, is still under psychiatric evaluation at Bellevue Hospital.
"This is not broken windows, it is broken lives. We are not safe in our city if anyone can be tossed in jail at the whim of a police officer."
So long as the cussing doesn't become a "potential or immediate public problem."
Shia doesn't want to go to jail.
He was not wearing a t-shirt with holes today.
The Public Advocate refused to move until SUNY answered his and other protesters' questions.
Mike Wallace enjoyed the comfort food from an Upper East Side restaurant, to the point of getting arrested by the TLC!
Police found enough evidence that the graffiti was written about the alleged victims.
Three protesters were arrested and four issued summonses yesterday in Grand Central Terminal, where approximately 150 demonstrators formed a "flash mob" to protest President Obama's signing of the National Defense Authorization Act [NDAA]. Here's video.
"I was falsely arrested...It's unjust, what happened," said 47-year-old Lizzi Dierken, who claims cops "kettled" her and four other protesters that day.
It's been a long, difficult and mostly silent decade for R&B
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