10 APRIL 19, 2018 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
POLICE BEAT Compiled by Emily Davenport and Robert Pozarycki
GUNMAN GOES SHOPPING
AT GROCERY STORE
Police released video footage on
Wednesday of a man wanted for holding
up an Ozone Park deli at gunpoint
earlier this month.
According to law enforcement
sources, the heist took place at 1:06
p.m. on April 6 inside the Cross Bay
Deli, located at 105-10 Cross Bay Blvd.,
near Liberty Avenue.
Authorities said the gunman walked
into the grocery store and displayed a
fi rearm. He proceeded to remove cash
from an employee and the register totaling
$2,200, then fl ed northbound on
foot along Cross Bay Boulevard.
The video footage shows the suspect
walking along Liberty Avenue and
standing inside of the store. Police
described him as a black man standing
6 feet, 3 inches tall, weighing 200
pounds and last seen wearing a black
hooded sweatshirt, a Cleveland Indians
baseball cap, black pants and white
Anyone with information regarding
the robbery or the bandit’s
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
FOREST HILLS & REGO
BURGLAR STEALS CASH &
VACUUM FROM APTS.
Police are looking for a man who
climbed in the windows of two apartments
in Rego Park and left with cash
According to police, at 3:17 p.m. on
April 9, an unknown man gained access
to an apartment building on 67th
Avenue by climbing a fi re escape in the
rear of the building.
Once inside the building, the suspect
stole a television and a small vacuum
from apartment 4H. Aft erwards,
he went into apartment 5H and took
$300 in cash.
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 or by texting
their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then
enter TIP577. All calls and messages
are kept confi dential.
Persons arrested in recent police
actions as reported by the 104th
Precinct include the following:
April 9: (Beat 2) Kendrick E. Anastacio
Rivera, at Catalpa Avenue, for assault,
by P.O. Lincifort. (Beat 2) Andres
G. Flores, at Gates Avenue, for petit
larceny, by P.O. Montalbano. (Beat 4)
Sunyan Chen, at 62nd Street and 68th
Avenue, for aggravated unlicensed
operator, by P.O. Shubella.
April 10: (Beat 10) Bryanna A. O’Connell
and Raven O’Connell, at 60th Place,
for assault, by P.O. Campoverde. (Beat
4) Song Luo, at 62nd Street and 68th
Avenue, for aggravated unlicensed operator,
by P.O. Shubella. (Beat 3) Jessica
Soto, at Decatur Street and Cypress Avenue,
for DWI, by P.O. Defreitas. (Beat
8) Michael J. Lee, at 52nd Avenue, for
burglary, by Det. Friedrich. (Beat 6)
Adrian Vasquez, at Eliot Avenue, for
petit larceny, by Det. Glowa. (Beat 2)
Jonathan Orio, at Fairview Avenue,
for criminal contempt, by Det. Lodato.
(Beat 8) Nelson Lojano, at Grand Avenue,
for assault, by P.O. Lamm. (Beat 4)
Angel A. Rodriguez, at 56th Road, for
criminal contempt, by P.O. Anderson.
(Beat 6) Johnathan Galunas, at Dry
Harbor Road, for assault, by Det. Demarco.
(Beat 6) Stephen F. Pelner, at
Dry Harbor Road, for assault, by P.O.
April 11: (Beat 9) Patrick Sherry, at
65th Place, for criminal contempt, by
Det. Lodato. (Beat 5) Darlin Drullard,
at St. Felix Avenue, for grand larceny,
by Det. Moon. (Beat 4) Christopher
Prieto, at Woodbine Street, for petit
larceny, by Det. Glowa. (Beat 13) Omar
Almonte, at Onderdonk Avenue and
Troutman Street, for aggravated
unlicensed operator, by P.O. Bayizian.
(Beat 8) Frank Ohati, at Grand Avenue,
for petit larceny, by P.O. Babayev.
April 12: (Beat 6) Benjamin Moreno,
at 84th Street, for menacing, by P.O.
Duran. (Beat 6) Daniel R. Luna, at Lutheran
and Eliot avenues, for DWI, by
P.O. Petito. (Beat 13) Celestino Sanchez,
at 49th Place, for grand larceny, by
Det. Glowa. (Beat 5) Richard Gomez, at
Cooper and Myrtle avenues, for criminal
contempt, by P.O. Johnson. (Beat
5) Gustave Smith, Kennedy Noel and
Jason George, at Cypress Hills Street
and Cypress Avenue, for robbery,
by P.O. Dupont. (Beat 3) Jose Diaz, at
Norman Street and Seneca Avenue,
for aggravated unlicensed operator,
by P.O. Fuchs.
April 13: (Beat 8) John Lee, at 52nd Road,
for assault, by P.O. Bogle. (Beat 14) Michael
Santoro, at Eliot Avenue and 69th Street,
for criminal possession of a weapon, by
P.O. Hynes. (Beat 9) Stephen Versace, at
52nd Road, for assault, by P.O. Whyte.
(Beat 2) Carlos Garcia, at Wyckoff Avenue,
for petit larceny, by P.O. Giordani. (Beat
16) Freddy Sagastume, at Cooper Avenue,
for petit larceny, by P.O. Palminteri. (Beat
6) Lawrence D. Dirla, at 83rd Street and
63rd Avenue, for DWI, by P.O. Alfred.
April 14: (Beat 3) Justin McDaniel,
at Cooper and Wyckoff avenues, for
reckless endangerment, by P.O. Gonzalez.
(Beat 5) Diana M. Zabala Paladinez,
at 64th Place, for DWI, P.O. Defreitas.
April 15: (Beat 12) Frank Rivera, at
78th Street, for assault, by Det. Friedrich.
(Beat 5) Marek Sokol, at 66th
Street, for assault, by P.O. Diaz. (Beat
4) Kazimierz Sokol, at 64-02 Catalpa
Ave., for obstruction of governmental
administration, by P.O. Diaz.
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
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