10 JANUARY 13, 2022 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
The 104th Precinct released
the following list of persons
arrested in recent police actions.
The charges are accusations,
and all individuals listed
in this blotter are presumed
innocent until proven
For questions about the
names listed in the blotter,
contact the 104th Precinct at
Jan. 3: (Glendale) Cristian
Padilla, at 60th Lane, for strangulation,
by Det. Palminteri.
(Maspeth) Michael Matyiewicz,
at 74th Street, for petit larceny,
by Dt. Golden.
Jan. 4: (Glendale) Steve Inniss,
at Woodhaven Boulevard, for assault,
by P.O. Pickett. (Glendale)
Danielle Lindemann, at Woodhaven
Boulevard, for assault,
by P.O. Pickett. (Glendale) Sdeq
Saedi, at 82nd Avenue, for criminal
mischief, by P.O. McMahon.
Jan. 5: (Middle Village) Anthony
Vucic, at 74th Street, for
assault, by Det. Palminteri.
(Glendale) Roberto Delisca, at
88th Lane, for reckless endangerment,
by P.O. Martinez.
(Ridgewood) Peter Wojtas, at
Putnam Avenue, for criminal
contempt, by Det. Scrimenti.
Jan. 6: (Middle Village) Leilani
Villanueva, at 66th Road, for
unauthorized use of a vehicle,
by P.O. Gluck. (Middle Village)
Jan Lascano, at 66th Road, for
unauthorized use of a vehicle, by
P.O. Gluck. (Ridgewood) Marcos
Garcia, at Wyckoff Avenue, for
burglary, by Det. Fogus. (Ridgewood)
Karim Smith, at Gates
Avenue, for resisting arrest, by
P.O. Alfred. (Maspeth) Cortina
Gilberto Sarabia, at 71st Street,
for assault, by P.O. Lenoci.
Jan. 7: (Ridgewood) Theodore
Kastoe, at Myrtle Avenue, for
menacing, by P.O. Bertrand.
(Ridgewood) Amanda Albert, at
Myrtle Avenue, for possession
of forged instrument, by Dets.
Wright. (Middle Village) Kamlawa
Nisnauth, at 60th Road, for
grand larceny, by P.O. Foppiano.
(Ridgewood) Scarlet Mercado, at
Putnam Avenue, for assault, by
Jan. 8: (Maspeth) William
Baron, at 57th Drive, for strangulation,
by P.O. Fleischman.
(Ridgewood) Carlos Berrios, at
Cypress Avenue, for burglary,
by Det. Wright.
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
(FOREST HILLS AND REGO PARK)
Robbery attempt led to shooting
that left man injured
Detectives are looking for the would-be robbers behind a Queens shooting on
the night of Monday, Jan. 3, that left a 51-year-old man injured.
Law enforcement sources said the incident happened at about 9:30 p.m. on Jan.
3 in front of an apartment building at 112-41 72nd Rd., off 113th Street, in Forest
Based on a preliminary investigation, police determined that two unidentifi ed
robbers, wearing hooded sweatshirts, approached the man as he sat inside his
vehicle, and demanded property.
Seconds later, cops said, one of the suspects opened fi re, striking the victim
in the arm and chest. They fl ed the scene empty-handed inside a dark-colored
vehicle that was last seen heading eastbound on 72nd Road toward the Grand
Central Parkway service road.
Offi cers from the 112th Precinct responded to the reported incident. EMS
rushed the victim to Jamaica Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
No arrests have been made, thus far, in the ongoing investigation, police said.
Anyone with information regarding the shooting or the suspects’ whereabouts
can call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (for Spanish, dial 888-57-PISTA). You
can also submit tips online at crimestoppers.nypdonline.org, or on Twitter @
NYPDTips. All calls and messages are kept confi dential.
(OZONE PARK, SOUTH OZONE PARK, LINDENWOOD,
HOWARD BEACH AND OLD HOWARD BEACH)
Suspect sought in subway stabbing
that left man critically injured
Police need the public’s help in fi nding the violent perpetrator responsible for
a Queens subway stabbing earlier this week that left a 36-year-old man critically
Law enforcement sources said the attack happened in broad daylight, at about
2:25 p.m. on Jan. 2, at the Rockaway Boulevard station on the A line in Ozone Park.
According to authorities, the suspect approached the victim from behind on
the Manhattan-bound platform while he waited for an arriving train.
Cops said the attacker pulled out an unidentifi ed sharp object and stabbed the
victim twice in the right side of his neck, causing the man to fall to the platform
Sources familiar with
the case said that the assault
appeared to be completely
unprovoked, as no words were
exchanged before the suspect
pounced on the victim.
Following the attack, police
noted, the perpetrator bolted
out of the station and fl ed in an
Offi cers from the 106th
Precinct and the NYPD
Transit District 23 responded
to the incident. EMS rushed
the victim to Jamaica Hospital,
where he was listed in critical
but stable condition.
On Jan. 5, the NYPD
released an image of the
suspect, who’s pictured
holding the sharp object in his
Anyone with information
regarding the stabbing or
the suspect’s whereabouts
can call Crime Stoppers at
800-577-TIPS (for Spanish,
dial 888-57-PISTA). You can
also submit tips online at
org, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.
All calls and messages are kept