10 SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
POLICE BEAT Compiled by Anthony Giudice
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
PERSONS ARRESTED IN
RECENT POLICE ACTIONS
AS REPORTED BY THE
104TH PRECINCT INCLUDE
Sept. 11: (Beat 10) Felix Beltre, at 61st
Street and Eliot Avenue, for aggravated
unlicensed operator, by P.O. Jackson.
(Beat 10) Kyle Ingino, at 60th Lane, for
criminal mischief, by P.O. Bayizian.
(Beat 4) Rafal Oltuszewski, at 70th
Avenue, for assault, by P.O. Gomez.
Sept. 12: (Beat 10) Yuan C. Gad, at 56th
Street, for strangulation, by P.O. Mark.
(Beat 16) Elisabetta Mazzurco, at 71st
Place, for criminal contempt, by P.O.
Shariff . (Beat 16) Lois Ponzo, at Myrtle
Avenue and 84th Street, for leaving
the scene of an accident, by P.O. Clark.
(Beat 2) Denise Alvarez, at Seneca Avenue,
for assault, by P.O. Nisbeth.
Sept. 13: (Beat 14) Isulia Torres, at
Eliot Avenue, for acting in a manner
injurious to a child, by P.O. Campbell.
(Beat 4) Paul Forman, at 64-02 Catalpa
Ave., for robbery, by Det. Caruso. (Beat
4) Yomaylin Feliz, at 67th Avenue, for
petit larceny, by P.O. Russi. (Beat 2)
Roy Sudaky, at Wyckoff Avenue, for
petit larceny, by P.O. Weil. (Beat 4)
Daniel Santiago, at 64-02 Catalpa Ave.,
for criminal mischief, by Det. Lodato.
(Beat 2) Victor Politi, at Myrtle Avenue,
for criminal mischief, by P.O. Bertrand.
(Beat 3) Jose Fussa, at Myrtle Avenue,
for petit larceny, by P.O. Mancini.
Sept. 14: (Beat 4) David Olivo, at 70th
Avenue, for assault, by P.O. Coronado.
(Beat 4) Sonny Mitchell, at 64-02
Catalpa Ave., for burglary and grand
larceny, by P.O. Bublin. (Beat 5) Matthew
Gluick and Daniel Atkinson, at
56th Street, for assault, by P.O. McCollough.
(Beat 2) Jose Rivera and Thomas
Gruich, at Wyckoff Avenue, for possession
of burglar’s tools, by Det. Wright.
(Beat 15) Steven Montano, at Himrod
Street, for assault, by P.O. Pineda.
(Beat 5) Yocasta Tejada, at Cabot Road
and Cypress Avenue, for aggravated
unlicensed operator, by P.O. Malik.
(Beat 11) Dalibor Vasilijic and Dragka
Vasilijic, at 71st Street, for assault, by
P.O. Anderson. (Beat 15) Joel Rodriguez,
at Seneca Avenue and Harman Street,
for aggravated unlicensed operator, by
P.O. Shubella. (Beat 13) Jovanle Pallares
and Damaso Bonifacio, at 56th Street,
for assault, by P.O. Chen.
Sept. 15: (Beat 12) Robert J. Lee, at
Metropolitan Avenue, for intent to
commit fraud, by P.O. Armond. (Beat
15) Elizabeth Stowers, at Harman
Street and Onderdonk Avenue, for
making graffi ti, by P.O. Zbikowski.
Sept. 16: (Beat 16) Rosa Contreras,
at 71st Street, for operating a motor
vehicle while under the infl uence of
alcohol, by P.O. Incantalupo. (Beat 3)
Osward Santana, at Norman Street
and Wyckoff Avenue, for criminal possession
of a weapon, by P.O. Nardello.
Sept. 17: (Beat 9) Valente Trevino, at
69th Street, for assault, by P.O. Gutierrez.
(Beat 14) Elliot Rivera, at 68th
Street, for assault, by P.O. Gunderson.
The 104th Precinct, located at 64-02
Catalpa Ave. in Ridgewood, can be
reached by calling 718-386-3004. It
was noted that all criminal charges are
accusations, and all persons listed in
this blotter are presumed innocent until
SENIOR TRIES TO STOP
Cops are looking
for a robber who
stole cash from
a eatery on the
and thwarted one
eff orts at stopping him, police said.
According to authorities, the robber
— described as a dark-skinned
male, wearing a green hooded sweatshirt,
tan pants, black sneakers, and
carrying a back pack — entered Inca
Chicken located at 122 Wyckoff Ave. in
Brooklyn at approximately 9:15 a.m. on
Sept. 18, where he removed $200 from
However, a 78-year-old man
attempted to stop the individual,
law enforcement agents said, and a
struggle ensued between the two. No
injuries were reported when offi cers
from the 83rd Precinct responded to
Anyone with information in regards
to this incident is asked to call
the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at
1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish,
1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public
can also submit their tips by logging
onto the Crime Stoppers website, www.
nypdcrimestoppers.com, or by texting
their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter
TIP577. All calls and messages are
kept confi dential.
MASPETH & MIDDLE
COPS KILL DOG AFTER
A police offi cer was forced to open
fi re on a dog that attacked two women
on a Ridgewood street over the weekend,
law enforcement agents said.
According to police, the two female
victims were walking the pit bull along
Wyckoff Avenue and Weirfi eld Street
at 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16, when
the dog suddenly turned on its walker
and attacked her.
The second victim tried to stop the
dog from biting her friend, but was
then attacked herself, cops said.
An offi cer from the 104th Precinct
happened to be in the area and saw
the attack in progress and rushed into
action. Authorities said that the offi cer
discharged one round from his fi rearm,
striking the dog and killing it at the scene.
The two victims were taken to
Brookdale University Hospital and
Medical Center with non-life-threatening
injuries, police said.
An investigation is ongoing.
SHOT IN BUTT ENTERS
The career burglar
who was shot
in the buttocks
to rob a home
in Maspeth last
guilty in the case
and now faces 16
years to life in prison, Queens District
Attorney Richard Brown announced
On Aug. 1, 2016, police were alerted
to a burglary-in-progress on the
first-floor apartment at 55-38 66th
St., off of Hull Avenue in Maspeth
where they found Felix Perez, 38, of
Crown Heights, Brooklyn, hiding in a
A struggle ensued over one of the
responding offi cers’ fi rearms, and the
cop discharged a single shot and struck
Perez in the buttocks. He ran out of the
house, but was quickly apprehended
approximately a block away from the
In a strange twist, Perez sued the
city for $10 million back in February,
claiming that the shooting gave him
post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
He took his case to Manhattan Federal
Court where he represented himself
as his lawyer.
It is unclear, however, if the city has
viewed his complaint as of yet.
What is clear is that Perez, who
pleaded guilty on Sept. 19 to the August
2016 burglary attempt, faces a long jail
sentence because he has been determined
to be a persistent felon, with
six other burglaries on his rap sheet.
“In pleading guilty, the defendant
has admitted to burglarizing a home
in broad daylight — violating the
sanctity of the victim’s residence — in
an attempt to enrich himself by taking
another person’s valuables,” Brown
said in a statement. “As a persistent
felon, the defendant will fi nd himself
incarcerated for a very long time as a
result of this criminal act.”
Perez pleaded guilty to second-degree
burglary; he is scheduled to be
sentenced on Oct. 13.
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