A Manhattan jury Friday convicted a Florida ex-con of beating and fatally stabbing a young Connecticut man after a drug-fueled party in a posh Manhattan apartment — as the packed gallery erupted in cheers and sobs.
A jury in Manhattan found a New York man guilty Friday on all counts in the 2016 murder of a Connecticut man whose burned and mutilated body was found buried in a shallow grave in Oceanport, said Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
“Adored by his friends and family, Mr. Comunale had a promising future ahead of him when his life was so tragically cut short.”
Smartphones regularly hold crucial evidence in criminal investigations, but Apple and Google’s continual efforts to beef up device security often mean law enforcement can’t crack the cases because they can’t crack
The number of people prosecuted for marijuana possession in Manhattan has plummeted in the three months since a policy shift in the district attorney’s office, statistics released Thursday show.