Machete Attacker Strikes Plea Deal + Rescued Puppies From Store

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In todays Every day, read about a plea deal 2017 Massapequa Preserve machete attacker beaten and his imprisonment. The owner of a Baldwin pet store selling sick puppies will appear in court today. When you were wondering what was last night Jones Beach Fireworks Beach celebrated, here’s a note: 70% vaccination rate.

First, today’s weather will be clear all day, with a high of 76 and a low of 61 degrees.

Today’s top news from the Five Towns:

1. Bridget Murphy reports on an agreement signed by a. was hit MS-13 gang member who killed Julio Cesar Gonzalez-Espantzay (19th) of Valley Stream, with a Machete in the Massapequa Preserve in 2017. Hempstead man, Antonio Cullal, 26, pleaded guilty to the murder and received a 20-year prison sentence. (Newsday)

2. Ten Sick Puppies Rescued from the Baldwin Pet Store Puppies 4 U Moved in March, but one puppy didn’t make it after weeks of grooming. The owner of a pet shop, Pecardy DeLeonHe is due to appear in court today. (News 12 Long Island)

3. To celebrate New York State Reaches 70% Vaccination Rate, leads to End of most COVID-19 restrictions, Jones Beach set off fireworks last night. (Newsday)

Events in the five cities:

  • A neighbor is looking This morning, help deliver food packages to local Holocaust survivors, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., meeting point 135 Beach 19th St., Far Rockaway (Facebook)

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