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stabbed at corner
Police are looking for the assailant
behind a violent stabbing in Jamaica on
the night of Friday, Aug. 31, that left a
17-year-old man fi ghting for his life.
Law enforcement sources said the
attack occurred at 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 31
at the corner of 94th Avenue and Sutphin
Details about the attack remain
unknown, but sources familiar with the
investigation said on Sept. 2 that police
are looking for the knife-wielding suspect,
described only as a Hispanic male,
who was last seen fl eeing westbound on
Offi cers from the 103rd Precinct
responded to a 911 assault at the location
and found the victim with multiple stab
wounds to his torso. Paramedics rushed
him to Jamaica Hospital, where he was
listed in critical condition, according to
the New York Daily News.
No arrests have been made; the 103rd
Precinct Detective Squad is investigating
South Richmond Hill
Bandits wanted for
Cops are looking for a duo who robbed
three people just 25 minutes apart from
each other in South Richmond Hill.
According to police, at 10:25 p.m. on
Aug. 19, a 49-year-old man was walking
in the vicinity of 103rd Avenue and
120th Street when he was approached by
two unknown men who displayed a fi rearm
and demanded his property. Th e suspects
took the victim’s wallet and cellphone
before fl eeing the scene on foot in
an unknown direction.
At 10:50 p.m. that same night, authorities
said, the bandits approached two
male teenagers, aged 14 and 16 years old,
while they were walking on 122nd Street.
Th e perpetrators displayed a handgun
and demanded the victims’ property. Th e
crooks then took the victims’ cellphones
and fl ed on foot in an unknown direction.
No injuries were reported as a result of
Cops described the bandits as black
men in their 20s. Th e fi rst suspect was
last seen wearing a black shirt and orange
pants and the second perpetrator was last
seen wearing a burgundy sweatshirt and
Anyone with information regarding
the suspects’ whereabouts can call Crime
Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (for Spanish,
dial 888-57-PISTA), visit nypdcrimestoppers.
com or send a text message to
274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. All
calls and messages are kept confi dential.
Cops reunite fall victim
with her family
Aft er several days, police were able to
reunite a family with a woman who suffered
a terrible fall on a Flushing street
last week and couldn’t remember where
According to police, at 6:30 p.m. on
Aug. 29, a senior woman fell in the
vicinity of Kissena Boulevard and Holly
Avenue, causing injuries for her face.
EMS responded to the scene and transported
her to NewYork-Presbyterian
Queens hospital, where she is listed in
Th e woman, who police say speaks
Cantonese and very little English, could
not remember her home address nor
could she give contact information for
family or friends.
According to published reports, police
were able to reconnect the woman with
her family on Friday, Aug. 31. No other
details were off ered.
Kilo of coke found
in cereal box
One Queens man apparently made
cocaine part of his complete breakfast.
Narcotics cops made the discovery
while raiding a St. Albans man’s home
on Aug. 29 evening, fi nding a big drug
stash inside — including one full kilo
of the potent powder hidden in a cereal
Members of the NYPD Narcotics
Major Case Squad executed the search
warrant at 58-year-old Leo Dillard’s residence
on Troutville Road at 6:50 p.m.
on Aug. 29, as part of an
Once inside the residence,
law enforcement sources
said, the detectives found
quantities of heroin and
cocaine, along with more
than $5,000 in cash and a
loaded Smith and Wesson
According to the 113th
Precinct, the cocaine kilo
was contained within a box
of Apple Jacks cereal. Th e
U.S. Department of Justice notes on
its website that a kilo of cocaine has a
street value ranging between $20,000
Detectives took Dillard into custody at
the scene on six counts of criminal possession
of a controlled substance and an
additional charge of criminal possession
of a fi rearm.
Sources familiar with the investigation
said that Dillard’s rap sheet dates back
to 1984, when he was arrested for grand
larceny, and includes subsequent arrests
in the years that followed for weapon
and drug possession charges. His most
recent arrest came in 2010, when he was
booked for criminal use of drug paraphernalia.