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**Update** Newlyweds and Baby Born After Crash All Die

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Calls to Charge Driver Grow After Couple’s Newborn Dies

Robert Stolarik for The New York Times

By J. DAVID GOODMAN and JOSEPH BERGER
Published: March 4, 2013

Minutes before the crash, they were strangers inhabiting vastly different Brooklyns.

Couple Expecting Baby Are Killed in Car Crash; Doctors Deliver a Boy (March 4, 2013)

Robert Stolarik for The New York Times

Raizy and Nathan Glauber, a recently married couple filled with the worry of first-time parents-to-be, climbed into a livery cab and headed to the hospital to check on her pregnancy.

Julio Acevedo, 44, who struggled with alcohol and a history of serious criminal activity, took the wheel of a borrowed BMW, the police said.

In the early Sunday morning darkness, the BMW slammed into the side of the livery car, causing injuries that claimed the lives of the Glaubers, who were both 21. The magnitude of the tragedy grew even larger on Monday, when the couple’s newborn son, delivered prematurely in an emergency procedure, succumbed to the trauma.

The baby’s death strengthened calls in the couple’s tight-knit Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg to bring serious criminal charges against the driver. He had served time in prison for a 1987 killing and was charged last month with drunken driving.

A friend of Mr. Acevedo’s from prison, Derrick Hamilton, said Mr. Acevedo had called him at least four times since the crash, seeking guidance and advice. “He has remorse,” Mr. Hamilton said. “He wants to turn himself in.”

“He said he came down that block, the cab turned and he didn’t even see it and he hit it,” Mr. Hamilton added.

Mr. Acevedo told Mr. Hamilton that he was driving at a high speed because a man had fired a gun at him shortly before the accident.

Paul J. Browne, the chief spokesman of the New York Police Department, said Mr. Acevedo had not yet contacted the police and would face, at the minimum, charges for fleeing the scene of an accident. He could not confirm Mr. Acevedo’s account of being shot at.

The BMW’s owner, Takia Walker, 29, of the Bronx, was arrested on Sunday on charges of insurance fraud; she is accused of buying and registering the car under false pretenses. Mr. Hamilton said the woman and Mr. Acevedo did not know each other and that Mr. Acevedo had probably borrowed the car from a mutual friend.

Two weeks ago, when Mr. Acevedo was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, he was released on his own recognizance. He is to appear in court on April 10.

In the accident on Sunday, Mr. Browne said, Mr. Acevedo was driving the BMW “at least 60 miles an hour when it hit the other vehicle.”

Grossly excessive speed can be the basis of criminal charges like manslaughter or homicide, prosecutors said. Such cases are easier to prosecute when the driver is intoxicated. But it could prove hard to determine sobriety or intoxication because Mr. Acevedo left the scene.

The decision to bring strong charges will probably depend on the reconstruction of the crash by investigators from the Police Department’s specialized squad of vehicular crime detectives. “That process is not overnight,” said John B. Kwasnoski, a crash reconstruction expert who has conducted training for New York detectives. “The reconstruction of the crash can take, in some cases, months.”

Investigators will seek to recreate the moment of impact — the speed of the vehicles, the situation on the road and, to the extent possible, the state of mind of those involved.

“Every crash is a totality of the circumstances,” said Maureen McCormick, chief of vehicular crimes at the Nassau County district attorney’s office. “Then it becomes a weighing of that totality against the case law.”

Yet prosecutors said recent case law had cast a pall over aggressively pursuing errant drivers. The state’s Court of Appeals has overturned a number of recent cases involving homicide charges against drivers, leading prosecutors to proceed with greater caution when deciding whether to bring strong charges in vehicular cases.

The baby was buried near his parents in Kiryas Joel, NY. Under their interpretation of Jewish law, Hasidim do not hold funerals for newborns who do not survive 30 days.

Coming a day after more than 1,000 mourners filled the street outside Congregation Yetev Lev D’Satmar in Williamsburg, the death of the Glauber baby on Monday upset those who had sought solace in his birth.

“We were pinning our hopes that this baby was going to be another Moshe who stayed on so there would be a memory of the parents,” said Rabbi David Niederman, referring to a Hasidic toddler who survived a 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai that killed his parents. “Unfortunately, the child passed away.”


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Julio Acevedo, N.Y.P.D.

Two coffins were carried through the streets of Williamsburg on Sunday.

Items left at the site of a hit-and-run crash in Brooklyn on Sunday that killed Nathan and Raizy Glauber; their baby, delivered prematurely, died Monday.

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Suspen in Custody in Connection With Hit-and-run That Killed Couple, Baby

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Julio Acevedo, bottom left in photo, is in custody in connection with the crash that killed Nachman and Raizy Glauber, right, and their just-born baby.

By Jonathan Dienst, NBCNewYork.com

A suspect is in custody in connection with the hit-and-run crash that killed a pregnant woman, her husband and ultimately their child, an NYPD spokesman confirmed to NBC 4 New York.

Julio Acevedo was taken into custody in Pennsylvania on Wednesday. A source told NBC 4 New York that a friend of Acevedo told police he would surrender at a home in Hellerton, and met police there.

Police believe Acevedo was driving the speeding BMW that slammed into a livery cab carrying Nachman and Raizy Glauber, both 21. They died Sunday and their child died on Monday.

Raizy Glauber, who was seven months pregnant, decided to go to the hospital because she wasn't feeling well, her family said. They called a livery cab.

The crash with the BMW reduced the cab to a crumpled heap, and Raizy Glauber was thrown from the wreck. The engine ended up in the back seat. The driver of the livery cab was knocked unconscious but was not seriously hurt.

The child was delivered by cesarean section after his parents were killed. The baby weighed only about 4 pounds when he was delivered, neighbors and friends said.

He later died of extreme prematurity, the city medical examiner's office said.

The baby was buried Monday near his parents' graves, according to a spokesman for the Hasidic Jewish community. About a thousand community members turned out for the young couple's funeral a day earlier.

Acevedo, 44, was arrested last month on a charge of driving while under the influence, and the case is pending. He was stopped by police after they said he was driving erratically around 3 a.m. February 17. He had a blood-alcohol level of .13, over the limit of .08, police said.

He served about a decade in prison in the 1990s for manslaughter after he was convicted of shooting Kelvin Martin, a Brooklyn criminal whose moniker, "50 Cent," was the inspiration for rapper Curtis Jackson's stage name.

How Acevedo came to possess the BMW is under investigation. The registered owner was arrested Sunday on insurance fraud charges related to the vehicle, but the case was deferred.

*What is a livery cab?*

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Damn shame. Poor baby never had a chance.

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isnt that the freakiest hat you've ever seen? like black grass, blowing in the wind.. but there's no wind.

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isnt that the freakiest hat you've ever seen? like black grass, blowing in the wind.. but there's no wind.

Must be a reiligious thing, but, yes, very odd hat!

Could be a spare tire for a very small car as well.

I wonder if it is heavy.

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Must be a reiligious thing, but, yes, very odd hat!

Could be a spare tire for a very small car as well.

I wonder if it is heavy.
It's for his wedding. Most likely the brides family purchased it or borrowed it or had it made specially for that occasion. Under it of course is the traditional kippah.
It will be made out of some form of farmed sable or fox tails.
That one will go for about $5,000.00 I am guessing.
Long long ago in Eastern Europe some local ruler issued a decree to humiliate Jews. He decreed that they would have to wear a fox tail on thier Kippah on Shabbat so everyone would know they weren't working that day and were on the way to synagogue. So the local rabbis took the decree seriously and had a long discussion. There was nothing in Torah, Talmud, Mishnah or Gemarah that exactly forbade cooperation with the new humiliating decree and according to the Mishnah they were actually required to obey the law. But they decided that instead of humiliation they would so exceed the decree that it would be an honor. So they designed a hat that was fit for royalty and contained a sacred number of fox tails.This beautiful new hat was called a "shtreimel"

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This man has committed murder in the past and was released back into the public.

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Police last night were hunting for Julio Acevedo, who did time for fatally shooting the original “50 Cent,” Brooklyn thug Kelvin Martin, the inspiration for rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s name.





EVIL PAST: Kelvin “50 Cent” Martin ), namesake of the rapper, was slain in ’87 by hit-run suspect Julio Acevedo

Cops said Acevedo, 44, was behind the wheel of the speeding 2010 BMW that slammed into a livery cab carrying Nachman Glauber and his seven-months-pregnant wife, Raizel, to meet her doctor at a Brooklyn hospital at around 12:30 a.m. Sunday.

Acevedo was identified by at least one witness, a person who claimed to have helped the man out of the mangled BMW before he fled, according to sources.

Acevedo had allegedly been going 60-plus mph, more than double the speed limit.

Williamsburg photographer Shimon Gifter told The Post he saw Acevedo return to the scene. Gifter said he took the man’s picture, which cops confirmed was him.

“It was absolutely freezing, and this guy was wearing a sweater, smoking a cigarette. He looked very nervous,” Gifter said. “He just looked at the crash and went back the same way he came, up Kent Avenue. He just disappeared.”

Police believe that Acevedo ran to the home of a friend and then left the area, sources said.

Cops yesterday were at the Brooklyn building where he shares an apartment with his girlfriend, two children and two dogs, but neighbors said they hadn’t Acevedo since Saturday.
No need to feel bad about the murder of Kelvin '50 cent' Martin. Here is his history:
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Kelvin Darnell Martin (July 24, 1964– October 24, 1987), known to the underworld as 50 Cent, was an American criminal who grew up in the Bronx, New York, but later moved to Brooklyn, New York and was known as a stick-up kid in a Public Housing Project in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. He is primarily known as the supposed inspiration for the name of the famous rapper, 50 Cent.

Throughout the 1980s, Martin became a well-known robber who claimed his success through the robbery and murder of local hustlers. Martin was rumored to have stolen one of Rakim's chains off his neck (which was proven false by Brooklyn locals), but robbed LL Cool J's chain in a parking lot in Brooklyn.

Kelvin Martin was possibly known as '50 Cent' due to his reputation of being prepared to rob anyone, regardless of how much money they were carrying at the time. Another story is that it came from an incident when he entered a game of dice with a 50 cent stake and ended up walking away with $500. The nickname may also be an allusion to his physically tiny stature - he weighed only 120 pounds and his height was 5'2".

Friends estimate that, throughout his life, Martin had sustained about 24 bullet wounds and murdered at least 30 people.[citation needed] Ultimately, gunshot wounds were his cause of death. He was shot on October 20, 1987 on the stairway of his girlfriend's project building, dying in Kings County Hospital four days later. Julio "Wemo" Acevedo was convicted of first-degree manslaughter and "served about a decade" in prison for Martin's killing.


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At the time, Martin was the Brooklyn equivalent of Billy the Kid. He stood just 5 feet 2 and weighed only 120 pounds, but he was said to have killed as many as 30 people as one of Brooklyn’s original “stickup kids,” who perpetrated an unending robbery spree that ranged from shopkeepers to college kids to drug dealers to rap stars. He was said to have relieved LL Cool J of a gold rope chain in the parking lot of a White Castle.


The reason for his nickname is the subject of debate. Some say it was his half-pint height, others that no amount was too small for him to rob. He owned a gold-colored Jetta, but he was not given to using a getaway car. He simply strolled away from robberies and shootings, even on busy streets in broad daylight. He seemed not to fear anyone.


“My heart goes out to them,” he said of the couple. “I didn’t know they died until I saw the news.”


In the same way that legend became myth in the Wild West, there were tales of Martin shooting parking meters and distributing the coins to star-struck youngsters. He was even said to have tossed coins in the air and shot them with the Colt .45 and the .357 Magnum he was said always to carry.


Not everybody was so admiring, and Martin was shot at least 23 times on nine occasions. He sought to escape further harm by joining the Army and made it through basic training, only for NYPD detectives to show up at Fort Benning and arrest him on a robbery warrant.


When he was back on the streets in Brooklyn, Martin took to wearing a bulletproof vest. He moved from the Ingersoll Houses, where he had been living with the grandmother who had raised him since he was 8 and his mother put him on a bus to her mother with a note pinned to his chest.


Martin now settled in his girlfriend’s 13th-floor apartment in the Albany Houses, where he could expect to be alerted should any interlopers appear. The girlfriend, Precious Golston, would later suggest that Martin was too trusting of his “soldiers”—not his comrades in the Army but his street crew.


The crew is said to have included Wemo Acevedo, then 18. He came by the girlfriend’s apartment on October 20, 1987, and left with Martin around 10 p.m. Martin was trusting and relaxed enough that he was not wearing his bulletproof vest.


Moments later, gunshots rang out in the stairwell. A resident found 23-year-old Martin sprawled on the seventh-floor landing, bleeding from wounds to the head, chest, and stomach. He was rushed to Kings County Hospital, where he held on for three days and seemed likely to survive yet another shooting.

But on October 24, Martin took a turn for the worse and died.

Acevedo was arrested and sentenced to an eight- to 16-year term for manslaughter. He reportedly sought to explain his apparent treachery by saying that some unnamed crime kingpin had kidnapped a relative and threatened to kill his entire family if he did not shoot Martin.


Acevedo was released in 1997, only to be arrested 12 days later for robbery. He was returned to prison but was back out in time to get arrested on federal firearms charges. He was sentenced to six years and five months.


Meanwhile, the rapper Curtis Jackson adopted the name 50 Cent. The original 50 Cent had died all but destitute; the hospital had returned only his gold teeth, and somebody had apparently cleaned out the safety deposit box at the Dime Savings Bank where he was known to keep bail money. 50 Cent the rapper now pledged to buy the original 50 Cent a suitable headstone.


The result was an outsize coin fashioned from Indian red marble and inscribed with a big “50c.” The rapper reportedly failed to make good on his promise, and the tab was picked up by James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, a former jail mate of Martin’s turned music mogul. Henchman has since been convicted of cocaine trafficking and is presently under indictment for allegedly conspiring to murder an associate of 50 Cent the rapper.


Acevedo had been out of prison for six years when police pulled him over in a BMW last month. He told police that he was just coming from a baby shower at the Sugar Hill Club in Bedford-Stuyvesant. He allegedly tested at almost twice the legal limit for blood alcohol and was arrested for drunk driving.


Acevedo was given an April 20 court date and was back at the wheel of another BMW early Sunday morning. The police estimate that he was driving at least 60 mph down Kent Avenue when he reached the intersection with Wilson Street.


By his own admission to reporters, Acevedo plowed into the cab carrying the expectant couple and then fled the scene.

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Thank you for the update and education, johnlee!

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