www.qns.com MARCH 25, 2022 10RIDGEWOOD TIMES
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 unt i l proven
For questions about the names
listed in the blotter, contact the 104th
Precinct at 718-386-3004.
March 14: (Ridgewood) Jose
Gutierrez, at Catalpa Avenue,
for aggravated contempt, by Det.
Lodato. (Middle Village) Thomas
Sommella, at 82nd Place, for
criminal contempt, by PO Chowdhury.
(Ridgewood) Peter Wojtas,
at Putnam Avenue, for criminal
contempt, by Det. Rochford.
March 15: (Ridgewood) Brian
Echeverria, at Fairview Avenue
and Madison Street, for aggravated
unlicensed operation of a
motor vehicle, by PO Montalbano.
(Ridgewood) Luis Chicaiza, at
Shaler Avenue, for driving while
intoxicated, by PO Giordani.
(Maspeth) Ronald Williams, at
63rd Street, for petit larceny, by
PO Parsell. (Glendale) Steve de
la Febres, at Myrtle Avenue, for
criminal contempt, by PO Torres.
(Glendale) Joshua Lopez, at 65th
Place, for assault, by PO Lamm.
(Glendale) Jennifer Lopez, at 65th
Place, for assault, by PO Lamm.
March 16: (Glendale) Andres
Rodriguez, at 82nd Avenue, for
strangulation, by Det. Lodato.
(Ridgewood) Roboam Gonzalez,
at Wyckoff Avenue, for petit larceny,
by Det. Wright. (Ridgewood)
Kean Watkins, at 71st Avenue,
for criminal contempt, by PO
Reyes. (Ridgewood) Jose Ortiz, at
Woodbine Street, for assault, by
Det. Gerardi. (Ridgewood) Yassa
Soliman, at Woodbine Street, for
assault, by PO Claybrooks. (Maspeth)
Mary Rose Galo, at 66th
Street, for assault, by PO McMahon.
(Ridgewood) Isaiah Robles, at
Gates Avenue, for assault, by PO
Candelaria. (Maspeth) Sebastian
Mejia, at 66th Street, for assault,
by PO McMahon. (Ridgewood) Romany
Gerges, at Woodbine Street,
for assault, by PO Claybrooks.
(Ridgewood) Rajesh Sapkota, at
Myrtle Avenue, for assault, by PO
March 17: (Middle Village) Rebecca
Ramiall, at Metropolitan
Avenue, for assault, by PO Keller.
(Middle Village) Savita Kesrilell,
at Metropolitan Avenue, for menacing,
by PO Keller. (Maspeth)
Robert Sankar, at 72nd Place, for
criminal obstruction of breathing,
by Det. Moon. (Glendale) Leszek
Moszczynski, at 74th Street, for assault,
by PO Jimenez. (Ridgewood)
Giuseppe Spataro, at Linden Street,
for criminal contempt, by PO Griffin.
(Ridgewood) Charles Wagner,
at Linden Street, for grand larceny,
by PO Griffin. (Middle Village)
Peter Rodriguez, at 75th Place and
Juniper Boulevard, for strangulation,
by Det. Rogers. (Maspeth)
Kean Watkins, at 71st Avenue, for
burglary, by Po Etienne.
March 18: (Middle Village)
David Nivar, at Metropolitan Avenue,
for menacing, by PO Khan.
(Glendale) Taariq Thomas, at
Cooper Avenue and Cypress Avenue,
for menacing, by Det. Bublin.
(Maspeth) Josephine Lam, at 53rd
Avenue, for criminal contempt, by
Det. Wright. (Ridgewood) Danny
Duran, at Myrtle Avenue, for
grand larceny, by Det. Friedrich.
March 19: (Middle Village)
Steevenson Noze, at Metropolitan
Avenue, for petit larceny, by
PO Dale. (Ridgewood) Romualdo
Walker, at Woodbine Street, for
assault, by PO McMahon. (Maspeth)
Jonathan Ortega, at 59th
Street, for assault, by PO Arfeen.
(Ridgewood) Jonathan Crespo, at
Harman Street and Woodward
Avenue, for police impersonation,
by PO Sheehan.
March 20: (Ridgewood) Price
A Cottle, at Myrtle Avenue and
Madison Street, for possession
of a forged instrument, by PO
Valdermar. (Ridgewood) Giovani
Cordero, at Jefferson Avenue, for
operating an unlicensed bottle
club, by PO Petito. (Ridgewood)
Julio Hernandez, at Stephen
Street, for criminal contempt, by
Det. Golden. (Ridgewood) Maritza
Cintron, at Myrtle Avenue, for
petit larceny, by PO Nardello.
(Ridgewood) Maria Angamarca
Gomez, at Onderdonk Avenue,
for strangulation, by PO Ciancio.
(Maspeth) Michael Hernandez
104TH PRECINCT BLOTTER
(CORONA AND ELMHURST)
Cops looking for
assailant who allegedly
used a bottle to bludgeon
E train riders
Two E train riders were allegedly bashed over their
skulls by a bottle-swinging subway rider earlier this
month and police from the 110th Precinct in Elmhurst
and Transit District 20 are on the lookout for the suspect.
Just before midnight on Thursday, March 3, the man
engaged in a shouting match with a 34-year-old man
and a 24-year-old woman as the E train approached the
74th Street and Roosevelt Avenue transit hub in Jackson
During the argument, the assailant pulled out a
liquor bottle, which he used to strike both of the victims,
EMS responded to the crime scene and transported
both victims to Elmhurst Hospital Center, where they
both received treatment for lacerations to their heads,
according to the NYPD.
In surveillance images of the suspect released by
the NYPD, he is described as having a dark complexion
and bald head with a thin mustache. He was last seen
wearing a dark jacket and dark pants.
Anyone with information in regard to the identity
of the suspects is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime
Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish,
888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their
tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at
nypdcrimestoppers.com, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.
All calls and messages are kept confidential.
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Two off-duty corrections
officers injured in
Two off-duty corrections officers were caught in a
hail of bullets during a Queens nightclub shooting early
in the morning of Saturday, March 19, police reported.
Both officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries
and were treated at a local hospital. Police sources said
it’s not believed they were the shooter’s intended targets.
Law enforcement sources said the gunfire erupted
at about 1:28 a.m. on March 19 at the Showtime Bar &
Lounge located at 119-01 101st Ave. in South Richmond
Hill. According to sources familiar with the investigation,
the suspected shooter had gotten involved in a dispute
inside the location, and was ultimately ejected from the
premises by bar staff.
Shortly after being thrown out of the bar, law
enforcement sources said, the suspect stood in front
of the bar on 101st Avenue, pulled out a gun and began
firing into the location.
Police said one of the off-duty corrections officers, a
29-year-old female, took a bullet to her left foot, while
the other, a 31-year-old man, was hit in the left hand.
After firing numerous shots, authorities said, the
suspect fled the scene in an unknown direction.
Officers from the 102nd Precinct responded to the
shooting. EMS rushed the officers to Jamaica Hospital
for treatment of their injuries.
So far, no arrests have been made in the ongoing
investigation. Police did not immediately provide the
Anyone with information regarding the shooting
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