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NYPD Deputy Commissioner briefs reporters on arrest at St. Patrick's Cathedral

CBS News Thursday, 18 April 2019
A man was arrested after trying to enter St. Patrick's Cathedral with gas cans. NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller briefed reporters about the arrest.
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View 1 more image (Newser) – A potential Notre Dame copycat was arrested Wednesday night after walking into St. Patrick's Cathedral with four gallons of gasoline, lighter fluid, and lighters, police say. Authorities say 37-year-old New Jersey resident Marc Lamparello was confronted by a security...

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