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Thursday, 18 November 2010

Latin Kings street gang Police nab man wanted in Bronx armed robbery

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Police nab man wanted in Bronx armed robbery: "Bronx man who is a known member of the Latin Kings street gang has been apprehended in Kingston. The URGENT task force along with the NYPD’s Central Robbery Unit and the 40th Precinct Detective Squad conducted a surveillance operation in the downtown Kingston area on Sunday.
They were trying to locate the suspect, Alberto Batista, 40, also known as Roberto Blanco and Nestor Vega, who was believed to be in the area. He was wanted in connection with an armed robbery of a pharmacy in the Bronx on November 8.
At about 3:30 p.m., police spotted Batista in a vehicle in the downtown area. He was stopped by members of the Kingston City Police and URGENT detectives where he was taken into custody without incident.
He was returned to the Bronx by NYPD officers where he was charged with the felonies of first- and second-degree robbery, criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree and misdemeanor criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree"

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