10 SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
(ASTORIA, LONG ISLAND CITY, WOODSIDE, AND JACKSON
Thief steals $20K worth of jewelry
from Astoria jeweler: NYPD
Police are looking for a man who smashed an Astoria jewelry shop’s window
and made off with around $20,000 worth of jewelry in broad daylight earlier
On Wednesday, Sept. 2, around 11:20 a.m., an unidentifi ed man broke the
display window of KA Jewelry, located at 30-04 Broadway, according to the
NYPD. The thief then reached into the store and grabbed two trays of jewelry
as onlookers passed by, police said.
The man then fl ed on foot down Broadway carrying the trays, each containing
about 25 pieces of jewelry worth $20,000 altogether, cops said.
No injuries were reported as a result of the burglary.
No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding this incident can call Crime Stoppers at
800-577-TIPS (for Spanish, dial 888-57-PISTA). You can also submit tips online
at nypdcrimestoppers.com, or on Twitter @NYPDTips. All calls and messages
are kept confi dential.
Cops seek crook behind attempted
gunpoint robbery in Astoria
Police are searching for a man who is wanted in connection with an attempted
robbery in Astoria last month.
Authorities say that an unidentifi ed man approached a 39-year-old man just
before 10 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 30, when he fl ashed a handgun and demanded
cash. The victim claimed he had no cash, and the would-be robber fl ed the scene
on foot, police said.
No shots were fi red and nothing was stolen from the victim, who was not
injured as a result of the incident, according to authorities.
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 Crime Stoppers
website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
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
For questions about the names
listed in the blotter, contact the
104th Precinct at 718-386-3004.
Sept. 8: (Ridgewood) Gonzalo
Morocho, at Stanhope Street, for
DWI, by PO Hughes. (Ridgewood)
Howard Faden, at Myrtle Avenue,
for petty larceny, by PO Marinacci.
(Glendale) Logan Rumpf, at 69th
Street and Myrtle Avenue, for petty
larceny, by PO Gonzalez. (Ridgewood)
Jason O’donnell, at Gates
Avenue, for robbery, by Det. Fogus.
(Middle Village) Yan Ying, at Terrace
Court, for criminal contempt, by Det.
Golden. (Ridgewood) Santizo Salazar,
at Saint John’s Road, for menacing, by
Sept. 9: (Ridgewood) Pestano
Singh, at Palmetto Street, for criminal
obstruction of breathing, by
Det. Lodato. (Glendale) Eric Leon, at
Woodhaven Boulevard, for assault,
by Det. Scrimenti.
Sept. 10: (Maspeth) Vicente Garcia,
at 56th Street, for assault, by Det.
Moon. (Maspeth) Joseph Sawh, at
Madison Street, for strangulation,
by PO Duran.
Sept. 11: (Maspeth) Richard Viera,
at 56th Avenue, for assault, by PO
McMahon. (Middle Village) Brian
Morgan, at 79th Street, for assault,
by PO Bonilla.
Sept. 12: (Middle Village) Richard
Siegel, at 62nd Street, for robbery,
by Det. Bublin. (Ridgewood) Laios
Sava, at Myrtle Avenue, for petty
larceny, by PO Reyes. (Ridgewood)
Mieczyshaw Dubisz, at 68th Avenue,
for assault, by PO Chowdhury.
Sept. 13: (Maspeth) Trevon Love,
at 55th Road, for criminal contempt,
by Det. Rogers. (Maspeth) Sana Din,
at 64th Street, for assault, by PO Candelaria.
(Maspeth) Mario Amador, at
Grand Avenue, for strangulation, by