Thursday, June 23, 2016

Cop Guilty of Molesting Young Girl; Papaya King Comes; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A New York City police officer has been found guilty of molesting a girl repeatedly over the course of three years, starting when she was just 10 years old. [Pix11]

- The best restaurants in Brooklyn Heights, according to voters on the Brooklyn Heights Blog.

- Because of the Board of Elections' bogus voter purge, Velázquez calls for federal election monitors in next week’s primary. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Three people arrested with a cache of weapons inside their truck at the Holland Tunnel were allegedly on a journey to “rescue” a teenage girl in Brooklyn. [Metro US]

- 84-year-old Papaya King will open an outpost in Downtown Brooklyn this Friday.  [Gothamist]

- Legislation that would have allowed much taller buildings in NYC is squelched, for now. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- The popular, needle-free FluMist influenza vaccine has not protected kids or adults against flu for years, experts said. [NBC]

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