Crime & Courts

Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010

Crime

Assault victim hit with belts in Corona: Post

CORONA — Two men are accused of beating a third man with belts at about 3:30 a.m. Sept. 19, according to the New York Post. Comment.
Crime

Jamaica man harassed with baseball bat: Post

JAMAICA — A man wielding a bat allegedly chased another man out of his own home, according to the New York Post. Comment.
Crime

Woman beaten, then robbed in Ridgewood: DA

RIDGEWOOD — A woman was charged with two counts of second-degree robbery after she allegedly beat another woman, allowing a second woman who was not arrested to steal her purse, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown’s office. Comment.
Crime

Victim hit with beer bottles, produce: Post

WOODSIDE — A brawl at a bodega led participants to throw beer bottles, produce and floral bouquets at one another, police told the New York Post. Comment.
Crime

Man receives stitches after chair attack: DA

CORONA — A Corona man has been charged with third-degree assault, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment after allegedly violently attacking another man, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown’s office. Comment.

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010

Crime

Teen stabbed on school bus in Hollis: Witness

HOLLIS — A teenager was stabbed Friday by a group of kids waiting for him inside a school bus in Hollis, according to the Breaking News Network and a witness. Comment.
Crime

Man stabbed in the arm with an ice pick: Brown

OZONE PARK — An Ozone Park man was charged with assault, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment after he allegedly stabbed another man with an ice pick, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Teen assaults woman, steals her iPhone: DA

OZONE PARK — A Jamaica teen was charged with robbery and criminal possession of stolen property after he allegedly swiped an iPhone from a woman in Ozone Park, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

3 robbed gas station, 2 stores over 5 days: Cops

QUEENS — The NYPD sought the public’s help in capturing three men it suspects of robbing a gas station and two grocery stores at gunpoint in western and southeast Queens in a span of five days earlier this month. Comment.

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