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Marcelo Lucero

Marcelo Lucero
Marcelo Lucero, 38, who moved to Patchogue 15 years ago, was fatally attacked by seven students, all 17 and 16 years old from the Patchogue-Medford High School, according to Suffolk police. They were charged with felony gang assault. One of them, Jeffrey Conroy, also was charged with manslaughter as a hate crime for allegedly stabbing Lucero in the chest. In front of a Central Islip courtroom, Assistant District Attorney Nancy Clifford said the group plotted late Saturday to target a Hispanic stranger in a racially motivated attack.
Marcelo Lucero, 38, who moved to Patchogue 15 years ago, was fatally attacked by seven students, all 17 and 16 years old from the Patchogue-Medford High School, according to Suffolk police. They were charged with felony gang assault. One of them, Jeffrey Conroy, also was charged with manslaughter as a hate crime for allegedly stabbing Lucero in the chest. In front of a Central Islip courtroom, Assistant District Attorney Nancy Clifford said the group plotted late Saturday to target a Hispanic stranger in a racially motivated attack. « Show less

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  • Ruckus over police forms: Suffolk's Levy raps Ramos

     
    Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy is returning fire at Assemb. Philip Ramos (left) in the ruckus over police forms that ask if a crime victim is a temporary resident or a foreign national. As reported by Rick Brand: Ramos......
  • Steve Levy: Sometimes doesn't tell the truth

     
    At the close of today's press conference about vandalism at a Bay Shore gay and lesbian youth center, Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy told the assembled reporters, "Thank you all very much, I'll be around for your one-on-ones." Levy......
  • Judge Sonia: N.Y. in D.C., with contentious edge

     
    Cesar Perales was seated early, before the Senate hearing room filled up. He stayed, just a couple of rows back from Judge Sonia Sotomayor and her relatives, all the way through the hours of speech making that consumed the......
  • Man Convicted Of Ecuadorean Immigrant's Murder As A Hate Crime At Retrial

    Man Convicted Of Ecuadorean Immigrant's Murder As A Hate Crime At Retrial
    A man was convicted Monday of murder as a hate crime during his retrial on charges that he beat an Ecuadorean immigrant with an aluminum baseball bat after mistaking him and his brother for a gay couple. Jurors deliberated for about seven hours before...
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