10 JULY 26, 2018 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
POLICE BEAT Compiled by Ryan Kelley and Robert Pozarycki
SUSPECT SOUGHT FOR J
Police are asking for the public’s
help in identifying a man responsible
for a brutal attack and robbery attempt
in Richmond Hill in early July.
According to authorities, the
assault took place on July 6 at approximately
11:30 p.m. on the J train
platform at the 104th Street station.
The male suspect approached
his 34-year old male victim from
behind, police said, and hit him
several times in the back of the head
with a closed fist.
Law enforcement sources said the
perpetrator then demanded the victim’s
property aft er knocking him to
the ground, but the victim cried out for
help and the crook fl ed the scene to the
street area, police said.
No property was stolen and the
victim refused medical attention, according
to sources familiar with the
Police described the suspect as a
black or Hispanic male, approximately
20 to 30 years old, standing at 5 feet, 11
inches tall with dark skin, black hair, a
long ponytail and a goatee. He was last
seen wearing a black T-shirt with large
lettering across the chest, black pants
and black footwear.
Anyone with information in regards
to this attempted robbery is asked
to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers
Hotline at 800-577-TIPS (8477) or for
Spanish, 888-57-PISTA (74782). The
public can also submit their tips by
logging onto the Crime Stoppers website,
nypdcrimestoppers.com, or by
texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES)
then enter TIP577.
All calls and messages are kept
SOUGHT FOR ATTACKING
Police released on July 24 video
footage of the man whom they say
recently tried to rape a woman on an
Ozone Park street.
The attack occurred at 2:30 a.m. on
June 29 in the vicinity of Glenmore
Avenue and 79th Street, a residential
area of the neighborhood.
According to law enforcement
sources, the 30-year-old victim was
walking through the area when
the suspect began following her.
Seconds later, authorities said, the
perpetrator grabbed the woman by
the neck and tried to push her to the
The woman managed to fi ght the
suspect off and cried out for help while
running away from the man, who also
fl ed the scene, police said.
Officers from the 106th Precinct
responded to the scene; the victim was
not injured in the attack, and refused
further medical assistance.
Police described the suspect as a
black man between 20 and 30 years of
age, standing 6 feet tall and weighing
about 170 pounds. He was last seen
wearing a T-shirt and dark pants.
Call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS;
all calls are kept confi dential.
The 104th Precinct released the
following list of persons arrested
in recent police accusations. 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
July 16: (Beat 13) Ruben Santiago, at
55th Street, for aggravated harassment,
by P.O. Vazquez. (Beat 3) Josefina
Baldera, at George Street, for assault,
by P.O. Nardello. (Beat 13) Joseph Elias,
at Metropolitan Avenue, for grand
larceny, by P.O. Rosalez.
July 17: (Beat 2) Carlos Lopez, at Madison
Street, for assault, by P.O. Llanos.
(Beat 14) Raul A. Burbano, at 62nd
Street and Eliot Avenue, for DWI, by
P.O. Mancini. (Beat 2) Leslie S. Rosenbush,
at Myrtle Avenue and Palmetto
Street, for aggravated unlicensed
operator, by P.O. Moise. (Beat 15) Jason
Roman, at Harman Street and Seneca
Avenue, for making graffi ti, by P.O.
July 18: (Beat 15) Jason Roman, at
Seneca Avenue, for making graffi ti, by
P.O. Teti. (Beat 4) Wilfredo Valentin, at
64-02 Catalpa Ave., for multiple counts
of grand larceny and petit larceny, by
Detectives Bublin and Bazilio. (Beat
11) Wilfredo Valentin, at Woodward
Avenue and Woodbine Street, for petit
larceny, by P.O. Hili. (Beat 10) Mariola
Stankowska, at 57th Road, for criminal
mischief, by P.O. Anderson. (Beat 2) Gabriel
Velez, at Myrtle Avenue, for petit
larceny, by P.O. Mack. (Beat 2) Edwin
Cobles and Jairo Francisco, at Seneca
Avenue, for assault, by Det. Gerardi.
(Beat 10) Nestor Sanchez, at Metropolitan
Avenue, for petit larceny, by P.O.
O’Connor. (Beat 10) Jose E. Serraty, at
60th Street, for criminal mischief, by
July 19: (Beat 15) Wilson A. Torres
and Alexander R. Cedeno, at Gates
Avenue, for assault, by P.O. Gunderson.
(Beat 4) Esther Pierre-Toussaint, at 64-
02 Catalpa Ave., for criminal contempt,
by Det. Moon. (Beat 14) Jayneshia Bennett,
at Flushing Avenue, for robbery,
by P.O. Dupont.
July 20: (Beat 5) Franklyn Casado, at
78th Avenue, for aggravated harassment,
by Det. Feldman.
July 21: (Beat 5) Alfredi G. Ferrari,
at 61st Street, for assault, by P.O.
Gutierrez. (Beat 8) Deborah Ferrara
and Joseph Ferrara, at 72nd Place, for
burglary, by P.O. Antigua. (Beat 4)
Deborah Ferrara and Joseph Ferrara,
at 64-02 Catalpa Ave., for burglary, by
Det. Gerardi. (Beat 13) Juan Lopez, at
Starr Street, for criminal contempt, by
July 22: (Beat 11) Liz Thalia, at
Woodhaven Boulevard, for assault,
by Det. Feldman. (Beat 13) Jason Hendricks,
at 54th Place, for criminal
contempt, by P.O. Nessler. (Beat 4) Jason
Hendricks, at 64-02 Catalpa Ave.,
for criminal contempt, by P.O. Palminteri.
(Beat 13) Eva Hernandez, at
Flushing Avenue, for assault, by P.O.
O’Connor. (Beat 2) George Sanabria,
at Myrtle Avenue, for petit larceny,
by P.O. Kucic.
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