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NEW YORK 10-13 ASSOCIATION
BROOKLYN AND STATEN ISLAND, INC.

P.O. Box 225, Fort Tilden, New York, 11695
Telephone/Fax : (718) 615-9829
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Governor George Pataki
State Capital
Albany, New York 12224

Subject: Deny Parole to Salvatore DeSarno DIN# 81A1798-NYSID 4075158Q

Honorable Governor George Pataki.

Dear Governor Pataki:

On January 28, 1980, New York City Police Officer, Cecil Frank Sledge was on routine patrol in the confines of the 69th Precinct, in Brooklyn, NY, when he observed Salvatore DeSarno operating a motor vehicle on Flatlands Ave. Officer Sledge stopped the assailant armed with knowledge that he was wanted for questioning regarding a past robbery, and that he was on parole for another robbery at the time.

When Officer Sledge approached the vehicle, words were exchanged, and shots were fired from within the vehicle. Officer Sledge was struck by gun fire and somehow got himself impaled on Mr. DeSarnos vehicle and was dragged about a quarter mile under Mr. DeSarnos vehicle to his death. Mr. DeSarno finally collided his vehicle into a pole, fled from his vehicle, and forced his way into a private home where he held a female occupant hostage until he was finally captured. People at the scene stated that when Officer Sledge was removed from under the vehicle their was no remorse shown on the part of Mr. DeSarno.

Police Officer Sledge left behind a wife Linda, a three year old son, and Nine month old daughter. He was a 12 year highly decorated and well-respected Veteran of the NYPD.

This being said, let it be known that Mr. DeSarno was a well-known figure in the 69th.Pct; both to the officers of the precinct, and by the people residing in the community. He was given the nickname Crazy Sal not by the police, but by his peers. On Sept. 7, 2004 radio personality and leader of the Guardian Angels Curtis Slewa mentioned on his Radio Program 770 WABC That he had grown up with Mr. DeSarno, and that he was a violent troublemaker even as far back as his grade school days.

From the articles that have appeared in the New York Daily News, among other Newspapers, it appears that Mr. DeSarno has learned nothing from his years of incarceration since he has been cited approximately twenty times for fighting and weapons possession. This is not the kind of person that in good conscience can be released back to society. Mr. DeSarno is a career criminal with no hope of rehabilitation, and could best serve society by remaining where his is.

Mr. Desarno is scheduled for a Parole hearing in November 2004, and can be released as early as January 2005. Please do not let this Career Criminal slip between the cracks.

Respectfully,



Drafted by [email protected] Brooklyn /Staten Island 10-13

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