10 JUNE 20, 2019 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
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 until proven guilty.
For questions about the names
listed in the blotter, contact
the 104th Precinct at 718-386-
June 10: (Ridgewood) Kevin
E. Williams and Juan Naula, at
Woodward and Greene Avenues,
for criminal mischief, by P.O.
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
Bartichek. (Maspeth) Brian
A. Orellana, at 55th Road, for
assault, by P.O. Clarke. (Maspeth)
Philip J. Rebaudo, at 57th Road,
for robbery, by Det. Demarco.
June 11: Nothing to report.
June 12: (Ridgewood) Jose
Rivera, at 64-02 Catalpa Ave., for
grand larceny, by Det. Gerardi.
(Ridgewood) Jordan Beazer, at
Myrtle Avenue, for robbery,
by P.O. Bartichek. (Ridgewood)
Steven Panesso, at 64-02 Catalpa
Ave., for criminal contempt,
RIDGEWOOD & MASPETH
Pushy bandit robs
Cops are looking for a crook who
stole cash from a Ridgewood liquor
stole on Tuesday afternoon.
According to police, at 1 p.m. on
June 18, an unknown man entered
Forest Liquors House, located at
66-22 Forest Ave. Once inside, the
suspect approached the 53-year-old
male employee behind the front desk,
pushed him out of the way and took
$250 in cash from the register.
The suspect then fled the scene
westbound on Palmetto Street. Police
say that the suspect did not use a
weapon during the robbery.
The suspect is described as
a Hispanic man standing 5 feet,
8 inches tall and weighing 160
No arrests have been made at this
time. The investigation is ongoing.
pays for senior job
A Brooklyn man was sentenced
for scamming a then-90-year-old
California man out of $20,000 in
a fake jail bail scheme and having
him send the money to a Glendale
address, prosecutors announced
George Etienne, 27, was convicted
of third-degree criminal possession
of stolen property and seconddegree
criminal possession of a
forged instrument in March. He
was sentenced to five to 10 years
According to trial testimony, on
Nov. 2, 2017, the then-90-year-old
victim received a phone call at his
California home from someone
pretending to be his grandson. The
caller told the victim that he had
struck a woman with his car and
had been arrested.
A second person, or a disguised
voice, got on the line and introduced
himself as the “grandson’s” lawyer.
The “lawyer” told the victim that he
had to send $20,000 in cash within
the pages of a magazine and mail
the money via FedEx to a fake
name and provided an address
in Glendale. The lawyer also
ordered the victim to not request
a signature upon receipt when
mailing the item.
Compiled by Emily Davenport
The now-91-year-old victim, who
suffers from a series of medical
conditions, testified via closedcircuit
television that he sent the
money the day after receiving the
call and was told not tell any family
members about the car incident or
that his grandson was in jail. On the
day the package arrived, Etienne
was at the Glendale location
and tried to use a fraudulent
Pennsylvania driver’s license to
accept the package from the FedEx
delivery worker. The delivery
man refused to hand it over and
dropped the package through the
slot at the address.
Shortly afterwards, police
officers from the 104th Precinct
that were in the area saw Etienne
retrieving the package from the
Glendale home. Etienne told the
resident that the package had
been delivered there by mistake,
showing them the fake ID. Officers
stopped Etienne, who presented the
fake ID to them, after he retrieved
the package. Police recognized
the identification as fake and
took Etienne and the package
by P.O. Vazquez. (Ridgewood)
Benjamaine Shoy and Raheem
George, at Covert Street and
Wyckoff Avenue, for reckless
endangerment, by P.O. Mancuso.
(Ridgewood) Shadae M. Wynter,
at 60th Street and 70th Avenue,
for assault, by P.O. Dupont.
June 13: (Ridgewood)
Antonious Botros, at Onderdonk
Avenue, for possession and sale
of unstamped cigarettes, by
P.O. Oliva. (Ridgewood) Crystal
McCormack, at 64-02 Catalpa
Ave., for criminal contempt, by
June 14: (Middle Village) Noel
Liquet and Julio Martinez, at
Metropolitan Avenue and 69th
Street, for criminal trespass,
by P.O. Coronado. (Ridgewood)
Anthony Smith, at Myrtle and
Wyckoff Avenues, for intent to
fraudulently obtain a transaction
without paying, by P.O. Marinacci.
(Glendale) Dilanraj Alagarajah,
at 60th Lane, for assault, by
Det. Rodgers. (Middle Village)
Augustine Torres, at 79th Street
and 68th Road, for petit larceny,
by P.O. Lipori.
June 15: (Glendale) Karine
Feliciano, at 79th Place, for
assault, by P.O. Gutierrez.
(Middle Village) Kenny M.
Panama, at 79th Street, for
criminal mischief, by P.O.
Moise. (Ridgewood) Mathew
Nicola, at Putnam Avenue, for
grand larceny, by Det. Wright.
(Middle Village) Richard R.
Coletti, at Admiral Avenue, for
assault, by P.O. Singh.
June 16: (Ridgewood) Diana
Cuero, at Himrod Street,
for DWI, by P.O. Taveras.
(Ridgewood) Shaquille McKoy,
at Willoughby Avenue, for
assault, by Det. Lodato.
(Ridgewood) Edison Delgado,
at Linden Street, for assault,
by P.O. Nardello. (Glendale)
Taras Redkva, at 79th Street,
for criminal mischief, by Det.
Feldman. (Middle Village)
Breiana Scott-Morston, at
63rd Road and Woodhaven
Boulevard, for assault, by P.O.
Tudor. (Middle Village) William
S. Strain, at Caldwell Avenue
and 74th Street, for driving
while ability impaired, by
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