Monthly Archives: July 2011

Crimes Down at Seward Park Library Following Installation of Surveillance System

Surveillance cameras were installed in response to an outraged community after the sexual assault of a nine-year-old girl at the Seward Park Library. New York City funded the library for a full 21 camera surveillance system. Officials say since the … Continue reading

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‘Leiby’s Initiative’ Proposes Tax Credit for Installation of Surveillance

In response to the kidnapping and brutal killing of Leiby Kletzky, Councilman David Greenfield (D-Borough) proposed the “Leiby Initiative,” which would offer a $500 tax credit for business owners and homeowners who install and maintain surveillance systems. Officials say surveillance video from … Continue reading

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Surveillance Video Leads to Arrest of Levi Aaron

Levi Aron, 35, of Brooklyn was arrested yesterday for the abduction and horrific killing of eight year old Leiby Kletzky. The Hasidic schoolboy was abducted on his walk home from camp on Monday and was reported missing by his family. Surveillance footage reportedly … Continue reading

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Theif Looks Into Surveillance Camera Before Stealing Liquor

Pacing through the aisle of a Lindenhurst liquor store, a man looks directly into a CCTV surveillance camera before he walks out with an unpaid bottle of liquor last Thursday afternoon. The thief has not yet been identified. Please call Suffolk … Continue reading

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