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104TH PRECINCT (RIDGEWOOD) AND 102ND PRECINCT (OZONE
PARK) Masked trio sought for
stealing multiple ATMs
Police are looking for three men who stole cash and multiple ATMs during a burglary
pattern throughout Ridgewood, Ozone Park, Brooklyn and Staten Island.
The suspects, described as three men, are wanted in connection with nine different
burglaries where an ATM was either stolen or damaged. In each instance,
the suspects wore masks while they entered businesses and stole cash and ATMs
from inside the establishments, according to authorities.
The pattern began back in September.
Between 10 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 7 a.m. on Sept. 7, three unidentifi ed masked individuals
entered Pastelitos Elvys, located at 255 Wilson Ave., by breaking a lock on
the rear door. Once inside, the suspects broke open a cash register and an ATM
and took an unknown amount of currency, police said. The suspects then fl ed the
scene in an unknown direction.
The next day, the suspects entered 91st Bodega, located at 91-02 97th Ave., between
9 p.m. on Sept. 7 to 9 a.m. on Sept. 8 by removing a lock on the front gate. Once inside,
the crooks took an ATM with currency totaling approximately $2,150 dollars. The
suspects then fl ed eastbound on 97th Avenue in a vehicle.
Days later on Sept. 19, the mask-wearing suspects entered La Blanquita Laundromat,
located at 226 Knickerbocker Ave., while it was open for business. While the
employee was in the back part of the building, the thieves took an ATM containing
an unknown amount of currency and fl ed the scene in an unknown direction,
according to authorities.
The pattern continued on Staten Island on Sept. 26. Between 2:50 and 2:58 a.m. that
day, the suspects forcibly entered through the front door of the Kings Arms diner,
located at 500 Forest Ave., and took an ATM with approximately $6,460 dollars
inside it, police said. The suspect then fl ed the scene in a vehicle in an unknown
Next, between 2:41 and 3:07 a.m. on Oct. 2, the crooks entered a grocery store located
at 879 Knickerbocker Ave. by removing a lock on the front gate. The suspects
then took an ATM with an unknown amount of currency and fl ed the location in a
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-
Oct. 28: (Ridgewood) Jason
Santiago, at(Maspeth) David
104 PRECINCT BLOTTER
L. Nivar, at Maurice Avenue
and 55th Road, for DWI, by
P.O. Petito. (Glendale) Jose
Clase, at 71st Place, for assault,
by P.O. Whyte. (Glendale) Rocio
Trujillo, at 71st, for assault, by
P.O. Whyte. (Ridgewood) Ryan
Gonzalez, at Fairview Avenue
and Stanhope Street, for criminal
possession of a weapon, by
P.O. Marinacci. (Ridgewood)
Elizabeth Suarez, at Wyckoff
Avenue, for petit larceny, by
Compiled by Emily Davenport
vehicle eastbound on Decatur Street, according to authorities.
The suspects struck a sixth time on Oct. 4. Between midnight and 5 a.m., the
suspects entered 234 Starr St. and took an ATM with an unknown amount of currency,
police said. The crooks then fl ed the scene in an unknown direction.
Continuing, between 5:30 and 6:10 a.m. on Oct. 7, the suspects entered 218 Covert
St. by breaking the lock on the side door. Once inside, the suspects damaged an
ATM before fl eeing the scene in an unknown direction, according to authorities.
No property or currency was removed in this incident.
The eighth incident took place between 6:15 and 7 a.m. on Oct. 11. At this time,
the suspects forcibly entered The Deep End bar, located at 1080 Wyckoff Ave.,
and attempted to pry open an interior door, police said. However, the suspects
ultimately fl ed the scene with no property or money in a white QX60 Infi niti with
Pennsylvania license plate (KVG2690).
Finally, between 5:39 and 5:45 a.m. on Oct. 14, the crooks entered Sunset Bagels,
located at 4903 5th Ave., by breaking a lock on the front door. The suspects then fl ed
the scene on 5th Avenue with no property or currency, according to authorities.
On Oct. 28, the NYPD released photos and video of the suspects. The three suspects
were last seen wearing hooded sweatshirts, masks, and baseball hats.
Oct. 29: (Maspeth) Franklin
Coello, at Grand Avenue, for
robbery, by Det. Fogus.
Oct. 30: (Ridgewood) Jacqueline
Healy, at Metropolitan Avenue,
for robbery third degree,
by Det. Martins. (Ridgewood)
Sabira Handanovic, at Myrtle
Avenue, for petit larceny, by
P.O. Nardello. (Ridgewood)
Catherine Augello, at Catalpa
Avenue, for grand larceny 4th,
by Det. Friedrich.
Oct. 31: (Middle Village)
Denny Castro, at Lutheran
Avenue and Juniper Boulevard
N. (Ridgewood) Blanca
Pantaleon, at Myrtle Avenue,
for assault, by P.O. Prizeman.
(Ridgewood) Anthony Manon,
at Woodward Avenue, for assault,
by Det. Moon. (Ridgewood)
Odrolis Pena, at Gates
Avenue, for assault, by Det.
Feldman. (Glendale) Shalala
S. Wriceantoine, at Myrtle
Avenue, for assault, by P.O.
Sebastian A. Echavarria, at
Myrtle Avenue, for burglary,
by P.O. Bartichek.
Nov. 1: ((Ridgewood) Teddy
Love, at Wyckoff Avenue and
Myrtle Avenue, for DWAI, by
P.O. Lipori. (Maspeth) Yi D. Lui,
at Calamus Avenue, for open
MV .08 of 1% Alcohol, at P.O.
Nov. 2: (Middle Village) Yanibel
E. Morales, at Cooper Avenue
and Metro Avenue, for open MV
.08 of 1% Alcohol.
Nov. 3: (Ridgewood) Luis A.
Sanchez, at Woodbine Street, for
acting in manner to injure child
<17. (Middle Village) Konrado
Skoczylas, at 65th Street and
Metropolitan Avenue, for theft
of service, by P.O. Jimenez. (Middle
Village) Daniel Skoczylas, at
65th Street and Metropolitan
Avenue, for theft of service, by
P.O. Jimenez. (Maspeth) Jimmy
Arias, at Border and Maurice
Avenues, for criminal mischief,
by P.O. Lenoci. (Ridgewood)
Rafael Rodgriguez, at Myrtle
Avenue, for petit larceny, by P.O.
Marinacci. (Ridgewood) Benjamin
Moralez, at Catalpa Avenue,
for aggravated harassment, by
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