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The rent's on me, Powerball winner Pedro Quezada tells his Passaic, N.J., neighbors
Mar-31-2013 528 0


Powerball winner Pedro Quezada is hosting a rent party — for his entire block.

A close friend of the newly minted megamillionaire said Quezada promised to temporarily cover the housing costs for residents in the Passaic, N.J., neighborhood that housed his bodega.

“He said he’s going to pay the rent for everybody here on this block for at least a month or two months,” the friend said Saturday outside Quezada’s Apple Deli Grocery. “He’s such a good guy.”

Word of Quezada’s magnanimous gesture left several of his neighbors stunned.

“God bless him, and thank you,” crowed Richard Delgado, 45, after learning of the pledge.

John Koblarz’s eyes lit up when he heard Quezada had offered to cover his neighbors’ rents.

But then the 78-year-old landlord came to his senses.

“Oh, he can't afford to pay mine,” Koblarz said. “Mine is $20,000. I own the building!”

Neighbors were stunned over Quezada's kind gesture. Above, Pedro hoists his $338 million check.

Quezada, whose generosity is now the stuff of legend, was nowhere to be found Saturday, five days after he claimed the $338 million Powerball jackpot. But the Dominican immigrant was still the talk of the neighborhood.

Residents said the hardworking Quezada, 45, is considered a local hero.

“He’s somebody who needs it, not like the people who had millions already and won it,” said Delgado.
Cheech Rivera, 57, said he hardly ever saw Quezada or his wife because they were always too busy working to attend summer block parties.

“They struggled. They are always constantly working,” said Rivera. “They don’t really have time to get together with us.”

Piles of mail were stacked outside Quezada’s home, including a letter from a Morgan Stanley adviser with a handwritten note on the envelope.

“I want to help you,” it read.

Quezada put his bodega up for sale just two days after scoring the fourth-largest Powerball payout in history. The freshly retired Quezada opted for a lump-sum payout that will provide a $152 million payday.

And he’s already taken care of the $29,000 he owed in child support, according to his friend.

Officials in Passaic County said Saturday that a child-support warrant was stayed until 1:30 p.m. on Monday, when Quezada is due to appear in court.

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Homicide detectives are investigating the death of legendary bluesman B.B. King after two of his daughters claimed he was poisoned.

An autopsy was performed on King’s body over the weekend and Las Vegas police confirmed Monday that homicide detectives are probing “The Thrill is Gone” musician’s death.

King died on May 14 in Las Vegas at the age of 89.

His daughters, Karen Williams and Patty King, are accusing their father’s business manager, LaVerne Toney, and his personal assistant, Myron Johnson, of killing him, according to documents their lawyer provided to The Associated Press.

The daughters allege Toney and Johnson poisoned their father, according to the documents.

Las Vegas police Lt. Ray Steiber said Monday that homicide detectives are investigating King’s death.

Fudenberg said King’s body was returned to a Las Vegas mortuary after the autopsy.

A memorial procession for King is planned for Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn., in which his casket is expected to be driven down famed Beale St., where King got his start in show business and garnered the nickname “Beale Street Blues Boy.”

King’s daughters, Toney and Johnson all declined comment.

The family and King’s assistants had been feuding even before King died.

In November, Patty King filed a police report in Las Vegas against Johnson and Toney, who had power of attorney over King’s affairs.

Patty King accused the assistants of abusing her father and pilfering up to $30 million from him. She also charged they were withholding B.B. King’s medication and swiped two Rolex watches from him valued at $25,000.

In April, a Nevada judge rejected Karen Williams’ petition to take control of her father’s affairs from Toney.

The family also claimed that Toney refused to let them see King in hospice during his final days.

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Christina Leach, 27, is charged in Cumberland County with aggravated assault, arson and theft, according to police and court documents.

Police in Silver Spring Township said the man, whose name wasn't released, told them that a woman offered to give him a massage in his home Saturday.

"She tied him to the bed and poured a flammable substance on his upper torso and lit him on fire," Sgt. Leroy Hippensteel told reporters at a news conference Saturday evening.

Investigators said he managed to free himself and jump out of a second-story window, then drove to a convenience store to call for help. He was flown to Lehigh Valley burn center, where his condition wasn't immediately available, Hippensteel said.

Fire crews quickly put out the blaze in the home, officials said.

Sgt. Gabriel Olivera of the Harrisburg police department said Leach was arrested in Harrisburg in Dauphin County on Saturday night in a white work van reported stolen from the Cumberland County home.

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A pastor decorating for a Memorial Day sermon was wounded in the first of two drive-by shootings in Hartford, Conn., on Sunday.

The 6:30 a.m. shooting left Rev. Dr. Augustus Sealy, 54, with three gunshot wounds to the shoulder and leg outside First Church of Nazarene, where authorities found him lying in the street, according to the Hartford Courant.

He had been planting flags in the grass for his church’s Memorial Day sermon when a black Nissan Altima slowed down to fire about seven shots before speeding off, a witness told authorities.

“It’s very sad,” Marthe Simpini told WFSB-TV. “If a pastor can’t be safe, I guess we can’t be safe either.”

Sealy, a resident of Shrewsbury, Mass., is listed as serious, but stable condition at a local hospital, the Courant added.

Rev. Sealy had been planting small American flags along the grass outside the First Church of Nazarene when he was shot on Sunday morning.

The shooter slowed down to attack Rev. Augustus Sealy, 54, early Sunday morning as he prepared for Sunday’s sermons.

Authorities found Rev. Augustus Sealy, 54, in the street after being shot three times outside the Hartford Church of Nazarene.

A note on the church’s website asked its 220 members to keep the pastor and his family in their prayers.

The second shooting reported only 15 minutes later left another man wounded with several gunshot injuries, though it’s not clear if the encounters are related.

The second victim is 27-year-old Robert Jones, of Hartford.

"A Sunday morning shooting at this hour is rare. For two to come in is an anomaly," Hartford Deputy Chief Brian J. Foley told the Courant.

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Hospital officials say a Jacksonville teenager with liver cancer who went to her high school prom with an NFL player has died.

Wolfson Children’s Hospital spokeswoman Cindy Hamilton told The Florida Times-Union that 18-year-old Khameyea Jennings died Thursday.

Earlier this month, Jennings went to her prom with Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks. He drove the couple to the Frank H. Peterson Academies of Technology prom in his Lamborghini.

Dreams Come True of Jacksonville had approached the Jaguars about the prom invitation, and Marks said he jumped at the chance to make a difference in Jennings’ life.

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The acquittal Saturday of a white Cleveland cop for firing the final blasts of a 137-shot police barrage that killed two unarmed blacks ignited outrage and protests.

Demonstrators seething over the acquittal of Officer Michael Brelo, 31, flooded the streets following the verdict — leading to several arrests.

As darkness cloaked the city, groups of protesters clashed with officers in riot gear.

Demonstrators also got into a raucous fight with patrons at a downtown restaurant.

Three people were led away in handcuffs and charged with felony assault and aggravated riot, authorities said.
A fourth person was charged with assault after throwing an unknown object through a window — injuring a female patron.

By early Sunday, at least nine people were arrested, including a reporter for the Northeast Ohio Media Group.

Brelo, 31, was the only one of the 13 officers who opened fire in November 2012 to face criminal charges — and a Cleveland judge found him not guilty in the bench trial.

Prosecutors charged Brelo unloaded 49 shots, including a 15-bullet fusillade while standing on the hood of the car and blasting through the windshield at victims Timothy Russell, 43, and Malissa Williams, 30.

Brelo wept, held his head in his hands and occasionally made the sign of the cross as Judge John O’Donnell found him not guilty.

The shooting followed a 62-car, 100 mph chase that one prosecutor said looked like a clip from the movie “The Blues Brothers.” The chase was triggered in downtown Cleveland after cops reacted to what they believed was a gunshot, but was instead Russell’s Chevy Malibu backfiring.

For more than 20 miles, the phalanx of cops chased Russell’s 1979 Malibu. The officers unloaded on the vehicle after finally cornering it.

Russell was shot 23 times, and Williams was struck by 24 bullets. Neither victim was armed. Inside the vehicle, investigators discovered a crack pipe.

Russell’s family blasted the judge’s decision.

“Fleeing is not grounds for death,” read the family statement. “The exoneration of Officer Brelo speaks to a complete disregard for the extreme and unnecessary force meted out against some American citizens who happen to be black and brown.”

More than 200 angry but mostly peaceful protesters immediately took to the Cleveland streets, some carrying signs asking, “Will I be next?”
The demonstrators marched through the city’s downtown — at times squaring off with cops.

Three protesters were handcuffed and taken into police custody near Quicken Loans Arena.

Officers held up pepper spray as protesters surged towards those who had been arrested, but tensions quickly cooled.

Racial tensions in Cleveland were already strained by the killing six months ago of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy shot to death by a rookie white cop. The preteen was carrying a pellet gun.

“This verdict is another chilling reminder of a broken relationship between the Cleveland police department and the community it serves,” said U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge.

Cleveland community activist Carole Steiner agreed: “Police murder people of color and not have to serve one day in jail.”

Russell’s sister, Michelle, called for peaceful protests and stressed the ruling was not the final word. “He’s not going to dodge this just because he was acquitted,” she said. “God will have the final say.”

But the U.S. Justice Department may get a crack at the case first. A review of evidence in the state trial could lead to a federal civil rights prosecution of Brelo, who was facing 22 years in prison before being cleared of voluntary manslaughter.

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An anonymous racist sent a hate note to an African-American family in Long Island, telling them “YOU DON’T BELONG HERE.”

Ronica Copes, 37, a resident of Lindenhurst in the town of Babylon, found the typewritten, all-capital-letter message in an addressed envelope in her mailbox on Thursday afternoon, she told Newsday.

“ATTN: AFRICAN-AMERICAN FAMILY,” begins the letter, which she later posted to Facebook. “THIS IS COMING FROM LINDENHURST COMMUNITY.”

“LINDENHURST IS 84% WHITE POPULATION. YOU DON’T BELONG HERE!!! PLEASE LEAVE LINDENHURST AS SOON AS YOU CAN. IT WILL BE BETTER FOR ALL OF US.”

“FIND THE TOWN WHERE THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU,” the note ends, according to WCBS-TV. “SORRY IF THIS IS RUDE, BUT IT’S THE TRUTH.”

Suffolk County Police are investigating the correspondence as a possible hate crime, according to Newsday. Copes has lived in her house with her mother, her two siblings and five nieces and nephews since September 2013, but she told the publication that she hasn’t experienced any racism firsthand in the community.

Copes’ mother Darcell told WNBC-TV has jolted the family,

“I went from being fearful, protecting my family, to being totally confused, and wanted to know who and why,” the elder Copes told the TV station. “Today, it becomes even deeper: is it someone in the school district, is it the guy at the corner store, is it my neighbor down the street? Where?”

A dozen elected officials from Lindenhurst and Babylon, including Babylon Town Supervisor Rich Schaffer and Lindenhurst Village Mayor Tom Brennan, condemned the letter in a statement released on Friday afternoon.

“The best way to fight bias is with solidarity and we stand with all of our residents in declaring that there is no place for this type of intolerance and hatred in the Village of Lindenhurst, the Town of Babylon, or anywhere in our community,” the officials said in the statement. “We are, and always will be, a strong diverse community that does not cede ground to hostility, ignorance, or hatred, wherever it may appear.”

The younger Copes told the local newspaper that the family has no plans to leave the south shore Long Island town, which has a population of 27,000 that is just over 84% white and nearly 2% black, according to census figures.

“We feel a great deal of fear, but it subsided a little now because, I have to say, there has been a great outreach from a lot of people,” Copes said.

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DEBORAH HASTINGS May-23-2015 188 0
A Cleveland cop accused of fatally shooting two unarmed people in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire is not guilty of voluntarily manslaughter, an Ohio judge ruled Saturday.

Michael Brelo, 31, was one of 13 officers who unleashed a hail of bullets into the couple's car during a high-speed chase in November 2012, killing Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams.

Prosecutors said Brelo reloaded his gun after they were no longer a threat, mounted the car's hood and fired 15 rounds into the windshield.

Brelo wept as the long judge's ruling was read Saturday and at times crossed himself and held his head in his hands. After being declared not guilty, he hugged his attorneys in the crowded courtroom. The verdict capped a four-week trial that ended on May 5.

Groups of angry protesters stood outside the courthouse shouting "No justice, no peace" and "Hands up, don't shoot," after the hour-long verdict was read. Sheriff's deputies with riot shields flanked the building. But there were no reports of violence and Mayor Frank Jackson admonished residents that demonstrators who crossed the line "cannot, and will not, be tolerated."

"I will never trust Cleveland police again," said Alfredo Williams, the female victim's brother.

Russell, 43, and Williams, 30, were each shot more than 20 times in less than eight seconds. The chase began after officers in a patrol car mistook the sound of the couple's car backfiring for gun shots on Nov. 29, 2012. More than 60 squad cars chased the man and woman for about 20 miles.

Steve Loomis of the Cleveland police union said he hoped residents would respect the ruling.

Five other officers were indicted on lesser charges of dereliction of duty and are awaiting trial. There were no weapons found in the couple's car.

The controversial shooting is one of several noted in a 2014 U.S. Justice Department report that showed the Cleveland Police Department has a pattern of using excessive force.

"The officers, who were firing on the car from all sides, reported believing that they were being fired at by the suspects. It now appears that those shots were being fired by fellow officers," the report said of the fusillade of bullets.

The ruling follows a year of outrage and demonstrations over police violence towards unarmed black people in Missouri, New York, Baltimore and another Cleveland shooting involving 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was shot to death by police after he was seen playing with a gun, which turned out to be a toy.

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A Brooklyn teacher who was arrested in 2011 on charges of drugging and raping a middle school student is demanding that the city let her keep her teaching job, according to a new lawsuit.

Claudia Tillery, 45, argues in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that she was acquitted of all criminal charges in April 2014 and the Department of Education’s hearing officer improperly used sealed evidence, DNA tests and the prosecutor’s testimony to toss her from the teaching post she's had since 1996.

The hearing officer, Haydee Rosario, said the acquittal does not excuse Tillery for “conduct unbecoming” her position because the evidence proved that she allowed the student into her home without the permission of his parents or school administrators, took him to the Atlantic Motor Inn multiple times and gave him $500 cash.

Rosario also faulted Tillery for not telling administrators or the student’s parents that he had stolen her daughter's laptop, a camera and her phone from her apartment.

“Such failure, I find, not only constitutes conduct that is prejudicial to the good order and discipline of her service but, most importantly, sheds light about the true nature of her relationship with Student A,” Rosario said.

The student told investigators that Tillery did not disclose the theft because she was afraid it would cause him to disclose the sexual conduct that they had had for two years.

In her papers, the teacher said it was arbitrary and capricious of the hearing officer to consider evidence that was sealed as a result of the acquittal and to hear directly from Assistant Brooklyn District Attorney Lisa Nugent.

"The hearing officer credited Student A's testimony in its entirety ... regardless of the numerous inconsistencies," according to papers Tillery's lawyer Stacey Van Malden filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Rosario said prior court decisions have permitted hearing officers to consider evidence normally sealed after acquittal in criminal charges, in part because the standard of proof is lower in disciplinary proceedings.


Claudia Tillery, 45, argues she was acquitted of all criminal charges in April 2014.
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Claudia Tillery, 45, argues she was acquitted of all criminal charges in April 2014.


"This is not a 'he said, she said' case where my determination hinges on my credibility findings," Rosario wrote.

"In this case, the record is replete with evidence, including the DNA analysis report that corroborates the credible account given by Student A."

A former student at the Stephen Decatur School in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the student testified that he and Tillery had oral sex and intercourse in her bedroom and a hotel room that she rented on multiple occasions.

A DNA analysis determined no semen on her bedroom comforter but one stain on it had vaginal fluids and saliva that contained both their DNA, according to court papers. Tillery suggested that the student came in contact with the comforter one day when it was in the hamper in her laundry room.

Rosario said the student's testimony was "candid, detailed, consistent and coherent" and is corroborated by other evidence.

For example, she said, the student said he had taken three videos of his sexual encounters with Tillery but erased them when his older brother found them on the phone. A school aide testified that she saw such a video when it was shown in school by the student's older brother and reported it to administrators.

Finally, Rosario said she rejected Tillery's defense that the student was manipulative and made her interact with him more extensively than she should have.

"Her defense of 'he made me do it' reasoning, that Student A, a minor entrusted to her care, caused all of her misery that she endured during her criminal trial and during this disciplinary proceeding, serves to demonstrate why termination of her employment is the only appropriate penalty in this case," Rosario said. -- Barbara Ross

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AP May-22-2015 788 0
Marques Haynes, the legendary Harlem Globetrotters showman often called the greatest dribbler in basketball history, has died. He was 89.

He died Friday in Plano, Texas, of natural causes, the Globetrotters said. CEO Kurt Schneider said “basketball has lost one of its most iconic figures.”

Haynes made the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1998, the first Globetrotter to be so honored. He had two stints with the touring team — from 1947-53 and 1972-79.

He played in more than 12,000 games, traveling more than 4 million miles and appearing in more than 100 countries for a team that combined dazzling skills, theatrical flair and circus antics. He was the Globetrotters’ player-coach in 1974-75.

“Marques was a pioneer, helping pave the way for people of all races to have opportunities to play basketball, and for the sport to explode on a global scale,” Schneider said. “His unique and groundbreaking style of play set the tone for modern basketball as we know it. Anyone involved with basketball worldwide is indebted to Marques. He was the consummate Globetrotter.

While playing at Langston (Oklahoma) University, the acrobatic Haynes caught the attention of Globetrotters owner Abe Saperstein in 1946 after leading Langston to a win over Globies. Haynes remained at the school, but after graduation joined the Globetrotters. He led them to victories against the George Mikan-led Minneapolis Lakers of the NBA in 1948 and 1949.

Haynes was more than mere showman on the court, although his dribbling skills were show-stopping displays that often had opponents standing and watching in awe. He led Booker T. Washington High School in his hometown of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, to the unofficial national championship in 1941 and was a scholastic All-American that season. He then starred at Langston, an NAIA school where he was a four-time all-conference selection and team MVP.

Haynes led Langston in scoring all four years and the team had a 112-3 record, including a 59-game winning streak.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

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