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The New York City subway stop reopens after suspicious item in a scare

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The New York City subway station re-opened before dawn on Friday after police investigated reports of a suspicious item at the site.

The NYPD confirmed to Fox News that the 23rd Street to the north, at Sixth Avenue, it was re-opened after the authorities have taken “one” item at the bus stop and found that there were no apparent purpose.”

The officer does not see the details.

A non-authenticated messages on social media indicated that there were reports of a pressure cooker.

NEW YORK CITY PRESSURE COOKER SCARE A DEFENDANT HAS A BAIL SET AT $200 FOR A GRAM

Earlier this month, the authorities have moved to other, lower Manhattan, subway to Fulton Street, after she said that, as a West Virginia homeless man was watching from the surveillance video, the two devices seems to be pressure cookers of the shopping cart and place the plug in the vicinity of the World Trade Center.

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The police, in particular, after one hour, the devices were not explosives, and were, in fact, the rice rice cookers. Larry Kenton Griffin, 26, of Bruno, W. V., was charged with the creation and placement of a false bomb. A Manhattan judge, his bail at $200,000.

Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this report.

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