David Schwimmer helps police solve stabbing

By Tribute News on May 27, 2014 | 1 Comment


Former Friends star David Schwimmer helped police officers investigating a dramatic robbery gone wrong that took place next door to his $4 million home in New York's East Village on Monday morning by allowing them to review his security camera footage. The cameras caught the end of an altercation between David's 26-year-old male neighbor; a transgender prostitute the man had hired and robber Robert Rainey, 21, who allegedly broke into the man's home. According to the New York Daily News, the 26-year-old man was having sex with the prostitute in his bathroom - which adjoins David's apartment - when he heard an intruder in his house.

The man chased the thief with a box cutter, but Rainey managed to wrestle it away from him and slashed the man across the face. An onlooker said: ''It started inside and spilled out into the street. There was blood everywhere.'' Another eyewitness told the the New York Post he heard the victim shout, ''He sliced me up!'' In a bizarre twist, the prostitute may have been in cahoots with the robber and pepper-sprayed her client before running away. The thief was detained and charged with robbery, assault and criminal possession of stolen property.



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  1. Mickey • May 28, 2014 @ 9:09 AM

    He shared video tape from his security camera. He hardly was out combing the streets for clues and putting the pieces together. Not even sure why this is a story, if it was anyone else sharing the video, this wouldn’t even make the news.


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