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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Firefighters Arrested in Alleged Forgery Scheme

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Four City of Fort Lauderdale firefighters have been arrested and a warrant has been issued for one former firefighter on charges ranging from grand theft and forgery to official misconduct, police said Wednesday.

 

Four City of Fort Lauderdale firefighters have been arrested and a warrant has been issued for one former firefighter on charges ranging from grand theft and forgery to official misconduct, police said Wednesday.

 

Police said the ongoing investigation was being conducted by the FBI, the Broward County Public Corruption Task Force and the Broward County Office of Inspector General.

 

Arrested in the investigation were: Freddie Batista, 36, a 14-year veteran of the department; Steve Loleski, 35, a 12-year veteran; Gregory Jones, 28, a 6-year veteran; and Joseph Perri, 27, also a 6-year veteran.

 

An warrant has also been issued for Michael Reimer, a 12-year veteran of the department who recently resigned, police said.

 

"This is by no means a reflection on the more than 450 men and women who proudly serve Fort Lauderdale as members of our outstanding Fire-Rescue Department and who put their lives on the line every day to protect and serve the residents and visitors of this City," Feldman said...

 

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Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade will donate $210K paycheck for New York Knicks game tonight to Sandy victims

Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade will donate $210K paycheck for New York Knicks game tonight to Sandy victims | riding horse drunk | Scoop.it

Shortly after Miami Heat All-Star guard Dwyane Wade  reiterated his beliefs that the game should not be played amid the ongoing recovery in the metropolitan New York area and beyond, he told USA Today that he would donate Friday's paycheck to Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, a donation that could be in excess of $200,000.

 

Upon arriving in New York on Wednesday evening, Wade posted on his Twitter account that the game should not be played. The league previously had cancelled the Knicks' Thursday road game against the Brooklyn Nets, making Friday night the Knicks' season opener.

 

"We live in a place that's affected by hurricanes all the time," Wade said. "We are sensitive to it..."

 

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Florida youth football coach who punched ref on video bonds out of jail

Florida youth football coach who punched ref on video bonds out of jail | riding horse drunk | Scoop.it

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A youth football coach accused of punching a referee in the face is out of jail.

 

Dion Robinson, 43, walked out of jail on Tuesday morning. Robinson had little to say as he left jail.

 

According to the Broward Sheriff's Office, Robinson, an ex-convict and assistant coach for the West Park Saints, punched a referee after a game between the Saints and Miramar Patriots on Saturday.

 

Police said Robinson punched the referee because he was upset about a call. A coach for the West Park Saints said the coaches were upset after the referee aggressively pushed his way through some of the players.

 

Robinson was charged with battery on a sports official during/after a contest...

 

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Florida cellphone store employees stole customer's "personal pictures"

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Two cellular phone store employees stole "personal pictures" from a customer while transferring her phone's data to a new phone, Bartow police said.

 

Joshua Stuart, 24, of Riverview, and Gregory Lampert, 26, Brandon, face charges of distributing lewd material, dealing in stolen property, theft of computer data and petit theft.

 

During a phone purchase at the store, 110 E. Van Fleet Drive, Stuart offered to transfer the customer's data from her old phone to her new one, police said.

 

During the transfer, he copied personal pictures from the phone and kept copies for himself, police said. Stuart later shared the images with Lampert, investigators said.

 

Stuart, with the assistance of Lampert, later showed the images to another customer who recognized the woman in a photograph, police said. That customer contacted the woman to alert her that the Verizon employees had the images and were sharing them...

 

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Firefighters Arrested in Alleged Forgery Scheme

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Via NBC6:

 

Four City of Fort Lauderdale firefighters have been arrested and a warrant has been issued for one former firefighter on charges ranging from grand theft and forgery to official misconduct, police said Wednesday.

 

Four City of Fort Lauderdale firefighters have been arrested and a warrant has been issued for one former firefighter on charges ranging from grand theft and forgery to official misconduct, police said Wednesday.

 

Police said the ongoing investigation was being conducted by the FBI, the Broward County Public Corruption Task Force and the Broward County Office of Inspector General.

 

Arrested in the investigation were: Freddie Batista, 36, a 14-year veteran of the department; Steve Loleski, 35, a 12-year veteran; Gregory Jones, 28, a 6-year veteran; and Joseph Perri, 27, also a 6-year veteran.

 

An warrant has also been issued for Michael Reimer, a 12-year veteran of the department who recently resigned, police said.

 

"This is by no means a reflection on the more than 450 men and women who proudly serve Fort Lauderdale as members of our outstanding Fire-Rescue Department and who put their lives on the line every day to protect and serve the residents and visitors of this City," Feldman said...

 

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