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Charity pays off mortgage for NYPD cop dragged by car thief

Charity pays off mortgage for NYPD cop dragged by car thief
Det. Dalsh Veve, sat in his wheelchair at One Police Plaza, where he learned the Tunnel to Towers Foundation was taking care of the mortgage on the Long Island home he shares with his wife and daughter.

Detective Dalsh Veve, sat in his wheelchair at One Police Plaza, where he learned the Tunnel to Towers Foundation was taking care of the mortgage on the Long Island home he shares with his wife and daughter.The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has paid off the mortgage of former NYPD Detective Dalsh Veve (center).Dalsh Veve sits in his wheelchair at NYPD headquarters on Dec.Former Detective Dalsh Veve, in his wheelchair with his wife Esther visit One Police Plaza to receive a gift from the Tunnel to Towers Foundation on Dec.

” Frank Siller, who heads the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, said Veve’s survival is inspiring.[More New York] ‘I believe that she is a psychopath’: Maxwell’s accuser and feds say the British socialite doesn’t deserve bail p The foundation is named for Siller’s brother, Stephen Siller, an FDNY firefighter who sprinted through the Battery Tunnel on Sept.

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