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Saturday, April 5, 2008

04/04/05 - Hey Joe, Try And Keep It In Your Pants.... Even Without Rain It Was A Wet Night In White Plains


5 charged with exposure in White Plains

The Journal News Reports...

Police said five men were arrested between 11 p.m. Wednesday and around 3 a.m. Thursday after each was seen urinating on the street, in a parking lot or, in one case, on a store window.

All were charged with exposure of a person, a violation.

Joseph Zampino, 26, of Greenwich, Conn., was arrested at 11:08 p.m. Wednesday, after police said he was seen urinating in a municipal lot on Chester Avenue. He posted $100 bail.

Police said Jon Munoz, 28, of 42 Lakeview Ave., Hartsdale, was arrested at 2:05 a.m. in a Waller Avenue municipal lot, where he was accused of urinating. He was released without bail.

About 20 minutes later, Manuel Hernandez-Diaz, 25, of 839 Underhill Road, Mamaroneck, was picked up, accused of doing the same thing in the same parking lot. He was released on $25 bail.

All three have April 18 court dates.

Besart Rugova of the Bronx, 20, was charged after police said he was caught in the passageway that connects the Waller Avenue lot to Post Road at 3 a.m. Bail and court information was unavailable.

In the final incident, police said Arman Sefaj of Queens, 23, was seen walking along Mamaroneck Avenue, laughing and urinating on a store window about 3:08 a.m.

"I had to (go), what was I gonna do?'' he asked cops following his arrest, according to a police report. Sefaj posted $100 bail and is due in White Plains City Court on April 17.

Reach Richard Liebson at rliebson@lohud.com
or 914-694-3534.

04/05/08 - School principal Stacy Gross was busy yesterday afternoon trying to respond to questions from parents and students and reassure them.


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"The container, it wasn't like it had shattered on the floor; it was pretty much intact, a lot of the product was still in the cabinet," said Deputy Fire Chief Keith Millette.

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Sciencelab spill


Paramedics and firefighters responded to a chemical spill at Western Middle School early yesterday morning after a jar containing a deer fetus preserved in formaldehyde and water was knocked over, officials said.

While reaching inside a cabinet, a student knocked over the jar, causing it to crack and the liquid to leak, officials said. Firefighters, medics and the district's science safety officer responded to assess the situation at the school shortly after 10 a.m....

...students complaining of symptoms similar to that of formaldehyde exposure were taken to Greenwich Hospital, where they were treated and released, officials said.

Firefighters used a special cleaning solution called Speedy Dry to mop up the solution and special paper to make ....

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Please See Yesterday's Posts:

04/04/08 - (Update) Breaking News - The Chemical Spill At Western Middle School


04/04/08 - Formaldehyde Spill At Western Middle School


04/05/08 - Veteran starter feels strange facing Mets so soon after leaving


Glavine, Mets rivals once again

The Jersey Journal

... from 1987 to 2002. He always has. Even during his stint with the Mets, his family never relocated with him to Greenwich, Conn. After games, Glavine often headed home to an empty house. Ultimately, when last season ended, there were only two choices ...

04/05/08 - Submitted Comments On Greenwich Time Story

Police raid Byram house, arrest four teens - Greenwich Time

Police raided a Byram house yesterday evening and arrested four town residents on marijuana charges, officials said.

Full Story: Greenwich Time

Comments:

Yeah.. While cleaning up the garbage how about that guy and the terrible mess he makes on the steps of the former Byram School. He drinks his beer,loiters, litters, makes people walk around him and uses the wooded area as his bathroom. When he is not on the steps he is usually sitting across Byram Rd by the river making people uncomfortable.


Posted By Byram And Proud

04/05/08 - Laura Ries Speaks at Atlanta Women's Network Luncheon on April 22


The Brand Called YOU: Positioning Your Brand For Success

What's Up Daybook

What is a brand? Why should I brand myself?

How do I build a personal brand? Where do I start?

What kinds of tools do I use to build my brand?

Branding guru Laura Ries will explain why you need to think of yourself as a brand, and show you how to sell yourself to become the star of your career.

President of Ries & Ries, Laura Ries is a leading marketing consultant, bestselling author, sought-after speaker and frequent media commentator.

... Al Ries and his daughter Laura in Great Neck, New York. Prior to 1994, Al was with his former partner Jack Trout in Greenwich, Connecticut, and Laura was working as an account executive at TBWA Advertising in New York City. Al decided he wanted to work ...

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