Crime & Courts

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Crime

Suspect sought in Jamaica armed robbery

JAMAICA — Police have asked for the public’s help on the whereabouts and identity of a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery and assault in Jamaica. Comment.
Crime

Woman at JFK had no license for gun: Brown

JFK AIRPORT — A Montana woman was charged with criminal possession of a weapon after a Continental Airlines ticket agent found out she did not have a New York license for a handgun she declared during a routine pre-flight baggage check-in, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Member of Bloods receives 11 1/2 years

KEW GARDENS — A Brooklyn member of the Bloods street gang is expected to be sentenced to 11 1/2 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Tuesday to the December 2009 armed robberies of two livery cab drivers in Jamaica, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Man inappropriately touched girl, 8: Cops

FLUSHING — An 8-year-old girl was groped by a man who broke into her parents’ Flushing apartment early Monday morning, police said. Comment.
Crime

Manhattanite stole boro man’s identity: Brown

FLUSHING — A Manhattan man was charged with identity theft and other crimes after he allegedly used a stolen credit card to purchase items at a Flushing supermarket, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Lost Flushing girl, 9, found, back with family

FLUSHING — A 9-year-old Flushing girl who had been missing since last Thursday night was found Friday and reunited with her family, according to police. Comment.
Crime

Worker stole nearly $2K from Rego Pk. Sears: DA

REGO PARK — A Sears employee was arraigned on petit larceny charges after she allegedly stole more than $1,700 from the Rego Park department store, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

College Point man steals credit card in LIC: Brown

LONG ISLAND CITY — A College Point man was arraigned on grand larceny charges after he allegedly swiped a credit card from a fellow customer at a Long Island City deli, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Victim paralyzed after strangulation, stroke

LONG ISLAND CITY — A Forest Hills man was charged with strangling a Long Island City man, causing the victim to suffer a massive stroke and become paralyzed on his left side, a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment.
Crime

Brooklynite guilty in ‘09 Forest Park rape

FOREST PARK — A Brooklyn man was convicted Tuesday of a September 2009 rape that occurred in Forest Park, the Queens district attorney said. Comment.

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