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05-06-10, 12:08 AM #1
Could have been bad
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Lights, Camera, Police Action | NBC New York
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Long Island convenience store movie shoot goes wrong
By JAMES GARDNER
Updated 10:15 PM EDT, Wed, May 5, 2010
A film shoot about a Nassau County Police detective had more officers on the scene than the director wanted.
Fred Carpenter was directing a scene from his movie about a Nassau County Police detective ,"Jesse," at a Bellmore convenience store on Tuesday. Since he was shooting on private property, he never notified police of the shoot.
The scene focuses on a gunman taking people hostage inside the store. Someone driving by saw the commotion and called police. Carpenter soon had more officers than he intended for the scene.
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05-06-10, 02:26 AM #2
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