10 MAY 7, 2020 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
(RIDGEWOOD, GLENDALE, MIDDLE VILLAGE, AND
Thieves steal $13,000
worth of cosmetic hair
wigs from Ridgewood
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
Cops are searching for two women who broke into a Ridgewood building
on April 22 and made off with $13,000 in loot.
Authorities say that the two thieves forced their way into One Eyed Studios,
located at 1639 Centre St., through a secured front door around 3:40 p.m.
Once inside, the suspects snatched an unknown amount of cosmetic hair
wigs with an estimated value of $13,000, police said.
Cops said the women were both between the ages of 20 and 30 and were last
seen wearing masks and all dark clothing.
Police released surveillance video and images of the suspects obtained
during the incident.
The photo and video of the individuals were taken from the incident location,
during the incident.
Anyone with information in regard 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
CrimeStoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter
All calls are strictly confi dential.
(LONG ISLAND CITY, SUNNYSIDE, AND WOODSIDE)
Woodside man charged
with murder after
stabbing his mother
to death: DA
A Woodside man has been charged with murder aft er allegedly slashing his
78-year-old mother with a kitchen knife on Friday, April 24, District Attorney
Melinda Katz announced on Thursday.
David Galicia, 48, stated that he didn’t know why he stabbed Carmelita
Cabansag, his mother, but that he was compelled to when he woke up on the
morning of the crime, according to Katz.
Galicia has been charged with second degree murder and criminal possession
of a weapon in the fourth degree. He faces up to 25 years to life in prison
Police arrived at Galicia’s home aft er receiving a 911 call to fi nd a trail of
blood from the entrance of the building to the apartment where Galicia and
Cabansag lived, according to the DA.
Inside the apartment, police found Cabansag unresponsive on the kitchen
fl oor, with a bloody meat cleaver beside her, according to Katz.
Galicia was in the apartment and taken to a nearby hospital for apparent
self-infl icted wounds, according to police.
At the hospital, Galicia told police he had stabbed his mother aft er waking
up and going to the bathroom, although he wasn’t sure why, according to the
Galicia is set to appear in court on May 28.
The 104th Precinct released
the following list of persons
arrested in recent police
The charges are accusations,
and all individuals listed in
this blotter are presumed
innocent until proven guilty.
For questions about the
names listed in the blotter,
contact the 104th Precinct at
April 28: (Ridgewood) Angel
Rodriguez, at Gates Avenue and
Wyckoff Avenue, for criminal
mischief, by PO Chowdhuny.
(Ridgewood) Jakob Utt, at
Myrtle Avenue, for making
graffi ti, by PO Santos.
April 29: (Middle Village)
Harold Colon, at Eliot Avenue
and 83rd Place, for resisting
arrest, by PO Bonilla. (Middle
Village) Catherine Niemiec, at
Gray Street, for felony assault,
by PO Troia. (Ridgewood) Galo
G. Montenegra, at Catalpa Avenue,
for misdemeanor assault,
by Det. Serimati. (Ridgewood)
Anthony Bess, at Decatur
Street, for petit larceny, by PO
April 30: (Glendale) Nia
Gomzalez, at Aubrey Avenue,
for criminal mischief, by PO
Russi. (Maspeth) Krystian
Mieczkowski, at 72nd Place,
for menacing, by PO Defreitas.
(Ridgewood) Gabriel Perez, at
Catalpa Avenue, for criminal
contempt, by Det. Gerardi.
May 1: (Maspeth) Richard
Speer, at 59th Road, for felony
criminal contempt, by PO
May 2: (Glendale) Kenyatta
Kelly, at Vermont Place and
Cypress Avenue, for felony
assault - EMT, by PO Maise.
(Maspeth) Pedro Rodriguez,
at 60th Lane and 61st Street,
for misdemeanor aggravated
unlicensed operator, by PO
Marinacci. (Ridgewood) Jose
Sostre, at Woodbine Street,
for felony strangulation, by PO
Giordani. (Maspeth) Margarita
Williams and Lilian Carbail, at
60th Drive, for misdemeanor
assault, by PO McMahon.
May 3: (Ridgewood) Joseph
Rodriguez, at Catalpa Avenue,
for grand larceny, by Det.
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