10 AUGUST 20, 2020 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
(RIDGEWOOD, GLENDALE, MIDDLE
VILLAGE, AND MASPETH)
Cops seek man who broke
into three restaurants
and a grocery store
The NYPD is looking for a man who made a habit of
burglarizing chain restaurants and grocery stores
across Queens in June.
In total, the unidentifi ed man allegedly stole at
least $1,800 from four establishments over the course
of 15 days in June, according to the NYPD.
On Tuesday, June 9, around 5 a.m., the man used
an object to break the drive-through window of a
Dunkin’ Donuts located at 61-03 Flushing Ave., in
Maspeth, according to the police. Once inside, he
broke open three cash registers and stole $1,500,
police said. He fl ed the scene on a bicycle.
Later that week, on Thursday, June 11, around 7
a.m., the man broke open the side door of a Boston
Market located at 50-01 Queens Blvd., in Woodside,
according to the authorities. The man left the eatery
before stealing any property, police said.
The following week, on Friday, June 19, around 1:05
a.m., the man broke the front window of a Subway
Restaurant, located at 100-21 Queens Blvd., in Forest
Hills, cops said. The man allegedly stole a cash register,
which contained $150, according to the police.
For his fi nal caper on Tuesday, June 23, around
11:52 p.m., the man was allegedly joined by an accomplice
who acted as a lookout, according to the NYPD.
The man threw an unknown object through the front
glass door of Soy Bean Chan Grocery, located at 89-02
Queens Blvd., in Elmhurst, police said.
Once inside, the man stole $150 in cash, as well
as a few cartons of cigarettes, according to the
Police recovered surveillance footage of the man
from the fi rst and last incident.
No arrests have been made and the investigation
(KEW GARDENS, RICHMOND HILL EAST,
RICHMOND HILL, WOODHAVEN, AND
THE NORTHERN PART OF OZONE PARK)
Thief robs two men at
gunpoint in Ozone Park
The NYPD is looking for a man who attempted to
rob a 50-year-old and 60-year-old man in Ozone Park
earlier this month.
On Sunday, Aug. 2, around 4:25 a.m., the unidentifi
ed man approached the two men around 97th Avenue
and 80th Street, according to police. The man
pulled out a gun and demanded that the 50-year-old
and the 60-year-old hand over their money, cops
The two men lunged at the thief and began to
fi ght for possession of the handgun, according to
the NYPD. During the struggle, the man used the
gun to hit the 60-year-old, who fell to the ground,
fracturing his hip as a result of the fall, according
to the police.
The man then ran from the scene and drove off
in a gray Jeep Grand Cherokee southbound on 80th
Street, the authorities said.
The 60-year-old was taken to Jamaica Hospital in
The assailant is described by the police as being
around 30 to 40 years old, standing 6 feet, 1 inch tall.
He was last seen wearing a mask, a light colored
baseball hat, a white sweater, dark colored pants
and gray sneakers.
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
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
For questions about the names
listed in the blotter, contact the
104th Precinct at 718-386-3004.
Aug. 10: (Ridgewood) Fernando
Navarette, at Menahan Street,
for criminal mischief, by PO Diamatteo.
Kruszewski, at Catalpa Avenue,
for assault, by Det. Palminteri.
(Ridgewood) Joanne Pierce, at
Myrtle Avenue, for petty larceny,
by Det. Wright.
Aug. 11: (Maspeth) Piotr Wilk, at
60th Drive, for criminal mischief,
by PO O’Connen. (Ridgewood)
Jennifer Meyer, at Catalpa Avenue,
for assault, by Det. Scriminti.
(Ridgewood) Bryan Yanez, at Catalpa
Avenue, for strangulation,
by Det. Lodato. (Middle Village)
Josur Muratovic, at Juniper Valley
Road, for criminal contempt, by
PO Shahid. (Ridgewood) Jose Molina
Encarnacion, at Catalpa Avenue,
for menacing, by PO Clarke.
(Ridgewood) Fernando Frias, at
Catalpa Avenue, for robbery, by
Det. Bablin. (Ridgewood) Luz
Sanchez and Latoya Richardson,
at 71st Avenue, for assault, by PO
Aug. 12: (Maspeth) Lukasz
Jarnutowski, at 60th Avenue, for
criminal mischief, by PO Khela.
(Ridgewood) Melinda Rodriguez,
at Madison Street, for menacing,
by PO Denis. (Ridgewood)
Jaime Chuindra, at Grove Street,
for assault, by Det. Scrimenti.
(Ridgewood) Steven Nurhan, at
Menahan Street, for criminal
contempt, by Det. Lodato. (Middle
Village) Kossakowski Leszek and
Francizek Wasiak, at 65th Street,
for assault, by PO Gomez. (Middle
Village) Daniel Serrano, at Eliot
Avenue and 74th Street, for assault,
by PO Heinlein.
Aug. 13: (Ridgewood) Andre
Irias, at Catalpa Avenue, for strangulation,
by Det. Moon. (Ridgewood)
Abel Mora, at Catalpa Avenue,
for attempted murder and
criminal possession of a weapon,
by Det. Gerardi. (Ridgewood) Ana
Vale, at Catalpa Avenue, for aggravated
harassment, by PO Chowdhury,
(Glendale) Christina Robles,
at Cooper Avenue, for assault, by
PO Ferrari. (Glendale) Elizabeth
Aguilar, at Cooper Avenue, for
assault, by PO Ferrari.
Aug. 14: (Ridgewood) Shanice
Williams, at Cypress Avenue, for
assault, by PO Martinez. (Ridgewood)
Barry Williams, at Cypress
Avenue, for criminal contempt,
by PO Martinez. (Glendale)
Christopher Poon, at Vermont
Place and Cypress Avenue, for
aggravated unlicensed operator,
by PO Andres.
Aug. 15: (Maspeth) Dario Pumapuma,
64th Street and Flushing
Avenue, for driving while under
the influence, by PO Hughes.
(Ridgewood) Bryton Reeves, at
Fresh Pond Road, for petty larceny,
by Det. Wright. (Glendale)
Quatojah Copeland, at Myrtle
Avenue, for petty larceny, by PO
Khan. (Glendale) Zamiqua Miller,
at Myrtle Avenue, for petty larceny,
by PO Khan.
Aug. 16: (Ridgewood) Matthew
Miceli, at Myrtle Avenue, for petty
larceny, by PO Marinacci.