Order of Protection Issued Against Long Island Man for Allegedly Assaulting Elderly Amputee

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Court documents state a Long Island pharmacist was issued a Temporary Order of Protection from Nassau County Criminal Court following his alleged assault on the recently elected president of New York Kali Mandir Hindu Temple, an elderly, disabled left-leg amputee.

Court documents state that a Long Island pharmacist was issued a Temporary Order of Protection from Nassau County Criminal Court following his alleged assault on a disabled left-leg amputee.

Suman Saha was arraigned in Nassau County First District Criminal Court on Monday (Docket #2012NA11923) before Judge Douglas LeRose where the Temporary Order of Protection was issued. The court documents further state that Mr. Sahah was accused of assaulting Ajoy Nayak, age 72, and president of Baldwin, NY-based Hindu temple, New York Kali Mandir.

Mr. Saha was ordered to return on June 14 to Nassau County District Court in front of Judge Sharon Gianelli.

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