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From the New York Daily News:
Mohammad Shaukat, 22, was arrested for claiming falsely that two black men stole $33,000 in camera equipment from him at W. 106th St. and the West Drive about 12:20 a.m. Tuesday. “It never happened,” a police source said of the robbery.
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Shaukat was charged with making a false written statement. He has one prior sealed arrest.
Shaukat was scheduled for an arraignment Tuesday morning, reports DNAinfo New York.
Celebrities React To Dallas Police Deaths
1. LeBron James wants everyone to stop the violence.
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We are all hurting tonight. More violence is not the answer. #StoptheViolence— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 8, 2016
2. Danielle Brooks wants to know: What’s going on?
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What is going on America?— Danielle Brooks (@thedanieb) July 8, 2016
Here We Go Again: Black Men Blamed In Fake Central Park Robbery was originally published on newsone.com