Long Island Minorities More Likely to Be Arrested, Jailed

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Over the past decade, Long Island’s blacks, Hispanics and other minorities were far more likely than whites to be arrested and wind up behind bars for crimes that experts say are the suburban equivalent of “stop and frisk” charges, Newsday reports. Nonwhites on Long Island were arrested at nearly five times the rate for whites, found an analysis of police and court records from 2005 to . . .

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