HOLLIS — A Jamaica woman was charged last week with attacking a woman with a tree branch and stealing her phone, according to a criminal complaint filed in Queens court.
In the early evening of Jan. 7, 39-year old Tanisha Williams, 160-11 89th Ave., allegedly attacked her victim near the intersection of a Hollis Avenue and 204th Street, according to the court documents.
When the victim dropped her phone, Williams allegedly picked it up and ran off, and then later admitted to her crime when she was arrested, the court papers show.
Williams was arraigned Feb. 22 on charges of third-degree assault, petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property. Her next court date is March 20.
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