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104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
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.
May 31: (Ridgewood) Anthony
Brown, at Seneca Avenue, for
strangulation, by P.O. Clemente.
(Maspeth) James Ditta, at Grand
Avenue, for robbery, by P.O. Denis.
(Maspeth) Geovana Hernandez,
at 57th Drive, for assault, by P.O.
June 1: (Ridgewood) Carmelo Serrano,
at Catalpa Avenue, for criminal
mischief, by Det. Scrimenti.
(Ridgewood) Gina Loza, at Catalpa
Avenue, for assault, by Det. Gerardi.
(Ridgewood) Nicholas Cerna, at Catalpa
Avenue, for assault, by Det.
Lodato. (Ridgewood) Juan Jimenez,
at Catalpa Avenue, for leave injury
accident, by Det. Bublin. (Maspeth)
Geovana Hernandez, at 57th
Drive, for criminal contempt, P.O.
June 2: (Ridgewood) John Garner,
at Catalpa Avenue, for assault, by
Det. Bublin. (Ridgewood) Joseph Rivera,
at Catalpa Avenue, for grand
larceny, by P.O. Hynes. (Ridgewood)
Louis Caraballo, at Catalpa Avenue,
for criminal contempt, by Det.
Moon. (Ridgewood) Juan Pena, at
Seneca Avenue, for assault, by Det.
Wright. (Ridgewood) Francelia
Rueda, at Seneca Avenue, for assault,
by Det. Wright. (Maspeth)
Vinela Kanecki, at 56th Drive, for
driving while intoxicated, by P.O.
(KEW GARDENS, RICHMOND HILL EAST,
RICHMOND HILL, WOODHAVEN AND OZONE
Police seek group of teens in
connection with series of armed
robberies in South Richmond Hill
Police in southeast Queens are searching for a group of teens
in connection with a series of alleged armed robberies that
occurred in Richmond Hill.
It was reported to the NYPD that between Saturday, May 8,
and Monday, May 31, a group of unidentified individuals were
responsible for five armed robberies that took place near P.S.
62, located at 97-25 108th St., in South Richmond Hill.
In each of the cases — which happened within the confines
of the 102nd Precinct — the unidentified individuals arranged
to sell the victims a bicycle through the online classified application
“Offer Up,” according to police.
When the victims arrived at the location, the individuals
brandished weapons and removed the victims’ money and
property, according to authorities. Police say the group allegedly
used a combination of guns, knives and a taser.
The suspects are described as five to six males between the
ages of 14 to 16. Police have released surveillance images and
No arrests have been made and the investigation is
(ASTORIA, LONG ISLAND CITY, WOODSIDE AND
E-bike rider fatally strikes
woman in Astoria
A 54-year-old Astoria woman was struck and killed by an
e-bike rider near her home on the evening of Friday, May 28,
according to the NYPD.
Officers from the 114th Precinct responded to a 911 call
regarding a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian
struck at the intersection of 21st Avenue and 31st Street just
after 8:30 p.m.
Officers discovered the victim lying on the roadway with
severe trauma to her head. EMS also responded to the scene
and transported the woman to Elmhurst Hospital, where she
was pronounced dead on Saturday, May 29.
The victim was identified by the NYPD as Kelly Killian, a
real estate agent who lived on 29th Street, police said.
Further investigation by the NYPD Highway District’s Collision
Investigation Squad determined that a 26-year-old man,
operating the e-bike while traveling eastbound on 21st Avenue,
approaching the intersection at 31st Street, struck Killian,
who was attempting to cross 21st Avenue from north to south
within the marked crosswalk.
The e-bike rider remained at the scene and was not arrested,
police said. The investigation is ongoing.