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Long Beach Man Charged with Attempted Murder

Bradley Dennis.
Bradley Dennis.
A Long Beach man was arrested and charged with attempted murder Wednesday for a shooting that occurred in the city four days after Hurricane Sandy.

According to the Long Beach Police Department, Bradley Dennis, 27, shot a man in his chest near the Channel Park Homes at about 9:21 p.m. on Nov. 3, 2012. The victim was transported to South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside for treatment.

At about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, two Long Beach police officers arrested Dennis in the Sycamore Court parking lot of the Channel Park Homes and charged him with attempted murder. Dennis will be arraigned in Long Beach City Court Wednesday by Judge Frank Dikranis. He is being held without bail and is scheduled to appear at Nassau County Court in Hempstead on Jan. 15. 
Brendan January 18, 2013 at 09:29 AM
Couldn't have said it better myself, Eddie. Sandra, you, and people like you, are takers. Then there are people like myself and Eddie, who are makers. The more the government takes from people like myself and Eddie, the more we're just plain old going to hate people like you Sandra. You're living on our dime, no matter how you justify it to yourself. Say thank you, admit that you failed to plan for yourself in your life and had to rely on others - AGAINST THEIR WILL! - and stop trying to play down your failure and your part in the government forcibly depriving Eddie and I of our property. Its insulting to our intelligence and let's face it, if you were smarter than us, you would never have been in the boat you were in.
Sandra January 18, 2013 at 10:05 AM
Beachguy, I agree, some do, MORE do than do not, in my opinion..unfortunately. Theres many slumlords and many low life's. Respectable landlords would never rent to a lowlife no matter how the rent is being paid. That was more my point..Every tenant meets the landlord, and vice versa.. I was searching for something smaller and more affordable, in a safe, clean, respectable neighborhood. I knew how many bedrooms I qualified for. I saw 3 that matched what I needed. I asked 2 of the 3 owners if he would accept Section 8. They didnt know much about it, only the low life part that we all hear about. Once informed, he was fine with it. Slumlords are what they are..with or without section 8. They ruin the neighborhood. ___ Hey Eddie, I didnt feel your gripe was with me. I know it's the Government. I get that. I should be more specific. I paid 30% of my salary, not 30% the rent. This was about 13 years ago, I was a recipient for almost 3 years. I am not saying federal is not made of our $$.. And our taxes are so high. I have been paying taxes for 35 years now, also while receiving section 8 for those almost 3 years as well. At the end of the day, that Federal program received more from me, than I from them and then some.. Which is how the program should be used in my opinion.. I was in the program because I needed it at the time, not wanted it. I am thankful section 8 was available. I do not and did not have the choice about where my hard earned tax money goes either. Im with you on that. Because I know what it feels like, on both sides, I feel many people could be more informed, not just of the low life/slumlord abusers, also of many decent families that truly need it, like we did.
Tisizele scott January 19, 2013 at 08:19 AM
Eddie it is your money and you should have a right to decide who you give it to. Thank you Sandy. you both enjoy your your day. :-)
Tisizele scott January 19, 2013 at 08:20 AM
Eddie it is your money and you should have a right to decide who you give it to. Thank you Sandy. you both enjoy your your day. :-)
Tisizele scott January 19, 2013 at 08:20 AM
Eddie it is your money and you should have a right to decide who you give it to. Thank you Sandy. you both enjoy your your day. :-)

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