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Sources told NBC New York that he was put in handcuffs in the employee parking lot, away from the eyes of children at the unnamed school. Federal prosecutors say Biggs helped retired Westchester County police officer Nicholas Tartaglione, 49, murder four men in a drug deal gone wrong last year, and then buried the bodies on the ex-cop's 178-acre farm.
'Murders are always frightening, but when allegedly committed by people entrusted with the safety of others, it is all the more disturbing,' Acting U. According to the indictment unsealed yesterday, Tartaglione and Biggs lured 41-year-old Martin Luna to an Orange County bar under false pretenses 'to track down a drug debt'.
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Former NYPD officer Gerard Benderoth, 48, shot himself in the head as FBI agents and state police tried to pull him over on March 8.
Whitestone Bridge from The Boulevard, Malba According to legend, Whitestone takes its name from a large offshore rock where tides from the East River and Long Island Sound met; in other accounts the name is in honor of the White Stone Chapel, erected by townsman Samuel Leggett in 1837.
The following day, police used a backhoe to excavate the bodies from Tartaglione's property.
Biggs appeared in court for his first hearing on Thursday and pleaded not guilty to the charges leveled against him.
He reportedly shook his head in shock as the judge ordered him held without bail.
Whitestone is bisected by two main highways, Cross Island Parkway, which does not permit truck traffic, and the Whitestone Expressway, which does.
Of the two, the Whitestone Parkway actually opened first, in 1939, as a connector to the bridge, and upgraded to an expressway in 1958; the Cross Island Parkway, part of the Belt Parkway system ringing Brooklyn and Queens, runs in part along the old right-of-way of the old LIRR Whitestone Branch and was completed in 1940, connecting to what was then the Whitestone Parkway just south of the bridge.