Crime & Courts

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Crime

Boro man robs woman of car, injures her: Brown

ST. ALBANS — A St. Albans man was charged with robbery and criminal possession of a weapon last week after he allegedly forced a woman from her car at gunpoint, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Shoplifter hit store manager with pole: DA

SPRINGFIELD GARDENS — A Springfield Gardens woman was arrested earlier this month after she allegedly tried to pocket a Spider-Man toy and three pieces of chocolate at a Conway department store on Jamaica Avenue and proceeded to hit the shop manager in the head with a metal pole when he apprehended her, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown. Comment.
Crime

Fresh Meadows stabber tried to kill man: DA

FRESH MEADOWS — A Fresh Meadows man who allegedly repeatedly stabbed the man dating his ex-wife earlier this month has been charged with attempted murder, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

L.I. man urinates at Citifield, resists arrest: DA

FLUSHING — A 19-year-old Long Island man was arrested earlier this month after he allegedly urinated in public at Citi Field and then refused to leave the ball game, the Queens district attorney said. Comment.
Crime

Texan tried to bring gun, ammo onto flight: Brown

LAGUARDIA AIRPORT — A Texas man on vacation in New York was arrested earlier this month after he allegedly tried to bring a gun and ammunition onto a flight leaving from LaGuardia Airport, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Apartment manager stole $950: Brown

FOREST HILLS — The former managing agent of five apartment buildings in western and southern Queens has been charged with allegedly embezzling nearly $950,000 in tenant maintenance fees, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said this week. Comment.
Crime

Teen in Richmond Hill robbed and shot: Cops

RICHMOND HILL — Police were looking for a man they said robbed and shot a teen more than two weeks ago. Comment.

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