November 13, 2001 |
A man was arrested and charged Monday with kidnapping a 6-year-old girl from a quiet New Jersey neighborhood where her family moved to as a haven after the World Trade Center attacks, authorities said. Barry Sherman, 37, was arrested at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, N.J., and charged with first-degree kidnapping, endangering the welfare of a child and making terrorist threats, said FBI Special Agent William Evanina.
September 16, 2001 |
On Satur-day morning, FBI agents surrounded a brownstone apartment building in this eclectic New York suburb, home to thousands of expatriate Arabs. While a green military helicopter circled overhead, the agents smashed in a window and knocked down a door. Then they carted off three men from the building, populated mostly by Arab families. The agents wouldn't say whether they had anything to do with the destruction of the World Trade Center, once visible from here.
August 2, 2000 |
Disgraced financier Robert E. Brennan, who, before regulators labeled him a cheat, appeared in TV commercials urging investors to buy penny stocks, was arrested and charged with bankruptcy fraud. Two indictments were unsealed with Brennan's arrest, both related to his cashing of $500,000 in casino chips five years ago. These are the first criminal charges Brennan has faced. He was arrested at his Colts Neck, N.J., home.
June 14, 2000 |
A man killed his wife and mother-in-law Tuesday by slashing their throats, then held his 9-year-old son hostage for several hours before surrendering, police said. Ali Kemoum, believed to be in his early 50s, walked out of his home in the afternoon. The boy, also named Ali, was released unharmed about an hour before Kemoum gave up. The dead women were found in the kitchen, Mayor Sharpe James said. They were identified as Amada Dominguez, Kemoum's wife, and her mother, Carmen Dominguez.
May 2, 2000 |
Two men were arrested Monday night and charged in the murder-for-hire of the wife of a prominent rabbi, who was earlier charged in the killing. Leonard Jenoff, 54, and Paul M. Daniels, 26, were charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the killing of Carol Neulander, prosecutor Lee Solomon said. Neulander, 52, was bludgeoned to death on Nov. 1, 1994, in her Cherry Hill home. Her husband, Rabbi Fred J. Neulander, faces trial in June.
April 28, 2000 |
Authorities searching for a missing computer consultant recovered his body from a New Jersey swamp, 10 days after he was believed to have been kidnapped from a Kentucky motel by a man brandishing fake FBI credentials. Gregory J. Marcinski is accused of kidnapping Paul Jeffery Gale from a motel in Florence, Ky. Marcinski's housemate was arrested and told agents where to find the body, the FBI said in court papers.