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"Grammies Cardi B, let out and excited yelp at queen's criminal court Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight hundred eighty. To convicted sex offenders in New Jersey are fighting in court to be removed from the Megan's Law registry. Both were found guilty in the ninety s and they claim that under the law. They have stayed out of trouble long enough to get their names removed from the list or court ruled against them. But an appeals court has now heard the case into the back to the lower court for further review more reward money now being offered to catch a scam artist on Long Island so fi hall with a story he prays on the elderly, including scamming, an eighty one year old woman out of forty five thousand dollars. Authorities say he tells the victims their loved ones were in an accident or arrested, and they need to hand over cash to help out and he commits the crimes in person Nassau County. Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says I think he's searching out the victims is focusing on the elderly look Facebook is a great tool. It's great to share things. But when you go on Facebook, and you say his his mom's eighty first birthday, and then you turn around. Everybody the families listed in the photo, you're educating that bad guy to go out now into scam. You so you got to be careful what you put out on that social media. There is surveillance video out this suspect, he drives."