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Headlines: Search continues in Florida building collapse; teen pleads guilty; gun buyback event

Here are some of the headlines in the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Jul 1, 2021, 11:26 AM

Updated 1,112 days ago

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Thursday is the seventh day rescuers are searching for a woman who used to live in Ardsley.
Judy Spiegel, 65, lived in the Florida building that collapsed, leaving over a dozen dead so far.
Her family has set up a support fund page as she remains unaccounted for.
Several people had to be removed from a courtroom in the arraignment of a teen accused of manslaughter.
Emmanuel Valentin Perez, 18, was granted bail for $500,000.
Perez pleaded not guilty to manslaughter Wednesday following a fatal shooting in Margotta Courts Park in Sleepy Hollow Monday.
People in the courtroom screamed at the suspect when the decision was announced.
Dozens of firearms in the Hudson Valley were taken off the street in a gun buyback event in Nanuet.
One hundred and forty seven firearms were collected at East Spring Valley Fire District. That included 57 handguns.
Some of the rewards for turning over the weapons were gift cards and iPads.


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