Tony Soprano’s car is a hit at auction, netting nearly $120K

22 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

News of the Day From Across the Nation, Nov. 22.

The white SUV driven by late actor James Gandolfini in the final three seasons of “The Sopranos” fetched a whopping $119,780, according to RR Auction.Tony Soprano’s 2003 Cadillac Escalade from “The Sopranos” — signed in three places by star James Gandolfini — fetched $119,780 at auction, setting a record for retired “Sopranos” vehicles, Boston-based RR Auction reports.A baby was cut from the womb of a 22-year-old New York City woman who was nearly nine months pregnant by a childhood friend with a knife, and the suspect was arrested on a murder charge, police said Saturday.

The bloody crime scene baffled investigators, who ordered blood tests to confirm that the baby girl, named Genesis, belonged to Sutton, not the suspect. Other items from the auction, which featured music and entertainment memorabilia, included Madonna’s MTV Video Music Award for “Papa Don’t Preach” (winning bid $33,700); Jimi Hendrix’s signed Swedish arrest document from 1968 ($21,260); and a Christmas card signed by Walt Disney in 1931 ($19,500). Find NJ.com/Entertainment on Facebook, and check out TV Hangover, the podcast from Vicki Hyman and co-host Erin Medley on iTunes, Stitcher or listen here. Authorities have arrested a man they say stole two big-screen TVs at a Honda dealership in Ocala, Fla., loaded them into an sport utility vehicle on the showroom floor and then drove through double glass doors in an attempt to make a getaway. A fire broke out Saturday afternoon in an upper floor of the John Hancock Center, briefly trapping office workers in the skyscraper, one of Chicago’s tallest.

The 100-story tower includes offices, residential units and a rooftop observation deck that is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city.

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