The Day | A Jury Deliberates

After the RainMichael Natale

Good morning, East Village.

The jury in the rape trial involving two East Village police officers has asked to review the plaintiff’s testimony about four visits that prosecutors said the officers made to her apartment on the night of the incident. DNAinfo reports that since May 18, the jury has requested several pieces of evidence to assist in their deliberations, including transcripts from a tape-recorded phone call and a special meeting arranged by the district attorney’s office.

East Village police are on the lookout for a man accused of mugging a 60-year-old home health aide worker earlier this month in her apartment building on FDR Drive. The authorities told The Local’s Stephen Rex Brown that this man followed the woman into the elevator and wrestled the purse off her neck. DNAinfo is on the story, too.

And finally, Ray’s Candy Store can’t stay out of the lens.  EV Grieve reports that the film crew of “How to Make it in America” used the Avenue A storefront as a backdrop for filming yesterday. Didn’t know it was one of Bryan Greenberg’s favorite places.