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Postby mine » August 15th, 2005, 12:29 pm

this thread is mainly for NYC inner city crime, covering the boroughs (the source is from nypost paper) and other stories that make the paper. NYC crime isnt as high as it use to be, but crazy stuff goes down daily, the worst thing happening lately though imo is all the hit n runs, (them bastards!) but I wont post those to much cause they get me depressed... aight, alot of stories never make it to the media, stuff you hear from around your way in NYC (you can post stories about LI and NY state also...) you can post about it in here:

"August 15, 2005 --
manhattan

- A bystander was shot and wounded yesterday by a teen gunman who was chasing a man on a Lower East Side street, cops said.
The 22-year-old woman was hit in the right arm at Avenue C and East 11th Street at about 5 p.m. She was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where she was in stable condition.
The shooter fled.
- The unidentified homeless man who was hit by a cyclist in Central Park on Saturday has died, police said yesterday.
The victim, who was 40 to 50 years old and Hispanic, was crossing East Drive at about 7 a.m. when the cyclist slammed into him, inflicting head injuries. He was rushed to St. Luke's Hospital, where he died at 11:59 p.m. Saturday.
Police filed no charges against the cyclist.

Staten Island

- A city EMT was arrested for fondling a Mariners Harbor woman he took to St. Vincents Hospital yesterday, police said.
Michael Napoli, 45, a 12-year veteran assigned to Battalion 12, was called to the woman's home at about 7:30 p.m. While in the ambulance, he began talking to her inappropriately, cops said.
After they arrived at the hospital, Napoli was caught fondling the woman's breasts and masturbating in the emergency room, cops said.
He was charged with sexual abuse.

Queens

- A 4-week-old boy died yesterday after he was found unconscious in a Jamaica residence, police said.
Someone called cops to report an unconscious person at the apartment at 155th Street near 108th Avenue about 6:30 a.m.
Rescuers rushed the baby, whose name was withheld, to Mary Immaculate Hospital, where he died.
Police said the body bore no apparent signs of trauma.
The medical examiner will perform an autopsy.

Bronx

- A fight led to the shootings of three people in Mott Haven, police sources said yesterday.
The violence began in a store at 224 Willis Ave. about 1:30 a.m. Saturday, when one man got into a fight with two others.
The man left and returned a short time later, prompting one of the two he'd been fighting with to pull a gun.
That man opened fire, hitting two bystanders.
The victims were rushed to Lincoln Hospital, where they were listed in stable condition.
Later on, the gunman was hit with a shotgun blast at an undisclosed location nearby.
He was taken to Lincoln in stable condition.
- A man was wounded by a gunman in a Mount Eden apartment building, police sources said yesterday.
The 34-year-old man was hit once in the chest in the lobby of a building on Marcy Place and Walton Avenue about 4:33 p.m. Saturday, when a man approached, pulled a gun and opened fire.
The victim was rushed Lincoln Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
Police said he was being uncooperative. Jamie Schram
and Larry Celona"

heres other tragic stories: :(
http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/51280.htm

http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/51267.htm

I will update this regularly :wink:
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Postby mine » August 16th, 2005, 10:50 am

here some more stories from a few days ago:

KILLER PUMPS DRIVER FULL OF LEAD AT TRAFFIC LIGHT
By JOHN DOYLE
August 13, 2005 -- A motorist was murdered in Brooklyn yesterday after a wild scene in which he was shot almost a dozen times and his car collided with a city bus, cops and witnesses said.
The unidentified victim was stopped at a light on Church Avenue in East Flatbush around 4 p.m. when the gunman approached on foot and shot him up to 11 times.
As the injured man tried to drive off, he ran his Honda into a bus heading in the opposite direction.
The victim was taken to nearby Kings County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
"The car was stopped at a light," said a witness who asked not to be identified. "The guy runs up to the window and shoots through the glass. I heard several shots before I saw the gunman run off.
"The driver stepped on the gas but lost control and hit the bus head-on. The guy was bleeding all over."
Another witness, who also did not want to be ID'd, said he thought the murder was in retaliation for a recent incident in which a neighborhood man and a woman were shot and wounded. Police believe they have identified yesterday's shooter and were searching for him last night. [hr]

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August 13, 2005 -- Brooklyn
- Authorities have nabbed a 17-year-old for killing a man during a robbery attempt at a Bedford-Stuyvesant gambling then, police sources said yesterday.
Terrance Lessane and an accomplice who was still at large gunned down Steven Avant, 34, inside 515 Franklin Ave., near Fulton Street at about 5:20 p.m. on Wednesday, cops said.
Avant, of Manhattan, was shot twice in the chest and rushed to St. John's Hospital, where he died.
Lessane, who was arrested Thursday, is charged with murder.
- A 30-year-old man was busted for shooting a teenager in front of his ex-girlfriend's East New York home two months ago, police sources said yesterday.
Heriberto Morales, 30, was arrested at the scene of the crime — his former flame's Vermont Street apartment building — Thursday night, sources said.
According to authorities, Morales shot an 18-year-old in the finger during a struggle on June 8. Morales fled and the victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital for treatment.
- A bicyclist suffered minor injuries after he collided with a car on Ocean Parkway yesterday, authorities said.
The 17-year-old bike rider, whose name was not released, was heading eastbound on Avenue N when he smashed into a car about noon, cops said.
The teen was taken to Lutheran Hospital with minor injuries. The car driver, who was unharmed, was not arrested or charged with any wrongdoing.
- A man was shot dead on a Brownsville street yesterday, police said.
The unidentified victim, believed to be in his 20s, was in a car near 150 Rockaway Pkwy. around 2:45 p.m., cops said.
That's when a gunman in a red jersey walked up to him and opened fire. The victim was rushed to Brookdale Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The shooter fled.
- Cops are searching for a missing Clinton Hill jazz musician after he failed to show up at a gig Monday night, officials said.
Charles Stephens, 59, was last seen leaving his Cambridge Place home last Saturday afternoon with his trombone case in hand. He did not return home that night.
His wife filed a missing persons report after he missed two performance engagements.
The musician's family also is trying to find out where he performed Saturday in the hopes it will help lead to his whereabouts.
Bronx
Two muggers slashed a 27-year-old man on a Mount Eden street yesterday, police sources said.
The victim, whose name was not released, was walking in front of 1225 Morris Ave. when the duo approached him and demanded money at 5:50 a.m., sources said.
When the victim resisted, the thieves slashed him on the neck and left hand. It was not immediately clear if they stole anything.
The injured man called 911 and was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he was treated for superficial wounds.
Manhattan
- Police yesterday connected yet another robbery to the fiend who has been preying on elderly people in Washington Heights since May.
A 69-year-old woman fell victim to the vicious thief, in a courtyard at 615 Fort Washington Ave. at 9:45 p.m. on June 16, cops said.
The suspect came up from behind and tried to grab the victim's purse. When she resisted, he punched her in the face and stole her bag.
The thug is wanted for five attacks since May 27, police said.
- A corpse was found in an East Village building yesterday, police said.
The 22-year-old man, whose name was withheld pending family notification, was discovered by a tenant at 238 E. 7th St. on a landing that leads to the roof at 12:30 p.m., cops said.
Queens -
- A Corona man was stabbed after he got into a drunken brawl with five other men, but slept it off and waited a day before calling cops, police sources said yesterday.
The 36-year-old victim left a bar and was walking home when he encountered the soused men at the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and Junction Boulevard at 7:45 p.m. Thursday, sources said.
As the victim passed by the inebriated bunch, they cursed at him and stabbed him in the abdomen, authorities said.
After the attack, the injured man continued home and went to sleep. When he woke up the next day he noticed the stab wound and called cops, sources said.
He was taken to an area hospital for treatment. His attackers remain at large.
Staten Island
- Police raided a Saint George apartment and seized 11 guns, authorities said yesterday.
Gang unit cops executed a search warrant in a 19th-floor apartment at 165 St. Mark's Ave. at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, police sources said.
The resident of the apartment, Martin Oviendo, 38, was arrested for allegedly having four revolvers, two rifles, two powder guns, a flare gun and a shot gun, sources said.
In addition to the firearms, cops found a small amount of marijuana in the home.
A Pennsylvania woman was busted for prostitution in New Brighton after she offered to perform a sex act on an undercover cop for $90, authorities said yesterday.
Dawn Smith of Milford, Pa., propositioned the officer in the lobby of 375 Westervelt Ave. Thursday, law enforcement sources said.
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Postby mine » August 16th, 2005, 10:59 am

B'KLYN COPS LOOK SOUTH FOR 'KILLER'

By LARRY CELONA
August 12, 2005 -- Cops have widened their search for the crazed Brooklyn man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend's mom and her dog and slashing her niece, police said.
Detectives have been tipped that Pierre Carrenard, 35, fled to the South after the brutal Tuesday attack in the East Flatbush apartment of his ex-girlfriend's mother, Esperance "Pepe" Lapidou, 53.
During the frenzied stabbing spree, he allegedly murdered Lapidou and her tiny Chihuahua mix, Foo-Foo, and slashed Patricia Gaspar, 16, across the face.
Carrenard had been stalking and threatening Lapidou's daughter, Francois MacDaly, ever since the two broke up several months ago, friends said.
MacDaly, 25, had obtained a restraining order against him, they said.
Police said that shortly before the attack, Carrenard called MacDaly at her hospital job and threatened to harm her mother.
Unable to reach her mom by phone to warn her, MacDaly had her niece go to her East 43d Street apartment — where she found Carrenard and was slashed.




MACHETE GANG STABS BX. TEEN

August 12, 2005 -- A 16-year-old Bronx boy was in critical condition last night after a mob of suspected gang thugs attacked him with a machete as he and a younger pal walked to a McDonald's.
Maliki Cottrell of Morris Avenue suffered stab wounds to his head, face, neck and abdomen in the 1 a.m. assault.
His 12-year-old friend hid from the slasher and was unhurt in the incident at Clifford Place and Walton Avenue.
"We think [Cottrell] was mistaken for someone else," said the victim's father, David.
Police said the assault appeared to have been gang-related. The victim has two prior drug arrests, they said.
At her son's side at St. Barnabas Hospital, Cottrell's mother said he was a victim of senseless brutality. "We don't even know who these kids were," said Donna Cottrell. "He's a good kid."
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STRAY BULLET HITS B'KLYN BUS

August 12, 2005 -- A stray bullet smashed through the windshield of a city bus — narrowly missing the driver — on a Brooklyn street last night, police said.
The gunfire erupted at 7:30 p.m., when two men in a car on Gates Avenue in Bed- Stuy spotted a man with whom they had a beef.
They yelled something at the man, ID'd as Carl Spencer, 24, who pulled out a .45 handgun and fired, cops said.
The men drove off in an Infiniti, which was hit by a bullet. Another hit the bus.
After Spencer ran out of bullets, the men returned and chased him on foot, cops said. They followed him into a building on Monroe Street, but cops arrived in time to arrest him before the men could get to him.
As police were taking Spencer away in handcuffs, one of his pursuers allegedly began punching him. That man, Paul Breece, 22, was charged with assault.
Spencer was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment. Joe McGurk

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August 12, 2005 --
Brooklyn
- A woman was fatally stabbed in her Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment building early yesterday, cops said.
Delissa Reel, 35, was attacked in the building at Quincy Street near Patchen Avenue at 4:26 a.m.
She was rushed to Kings County Hospital, where she died. The stabber fled.
- An East New York woman returning home from walking her dog discovered the partially clad body of a woman in an apartment building yesterday, police sources said.
A crack-pipe stem was found near the unidentified body under a stairwell at 745 Blake Ave. about 9:30 a.m., cops said.
- A man was arrested for beating a pregnant teen after placing a harassing phone call to her in Canarsie, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said that at about 1 a.m. on Aug. 1, Kareem Forrerter telephoned his girlfriend's house on Canarsie Road, where the 18-year-old woman answered the phone.
Forrerter allegedly threatened to do "something" to the teen if she did not let him in.
Later that day, Forrerter allegedly confronted the woman, kicked her in the face and pistol-whipped her on the head.
She was released after treatment at Coney Island Hospital.
Forrerter was arrested Wednesday and charged with assault, aggravated harassment and weapons possession.
- A man was arrested for assaulting an NYPD traffic agent and damaging her handheld computer in Bay Ridge, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Ravin Abramov, 25, jumped from his car at Fourth Avenue near 100th Street about 6:50 p.m. Wednesday when the agent began issuing him a computer-generated summons for an expired parking meter.
Abramov allegedly shouted, "Bitch, why are you writing a ticket? The meter is broken." It was unclear whether the meter was in fact out of order.
Abramov then allegedly struggled with the agent for the computer, and her hand got smashed against a windshield.
Sources said the computer was damaged.
The victim was released after treatment for a swollen finger at Victory Memorial Hospital.
Abramov was busted that day and charged with assault, menacing and criminal mischief.
- A man was shot dead yesterday during a robbery attempt by two gunmen at a gambling then in Bedford-Stuyvesant, police sources said.
Steven Avant, 34, was accosted by two unidentified men in a building on Franklin Avenue and Fulton Street at 5:21 a.m., cops said.
One of the suspects, dressed in a black nylon shirt, pulled a gun and shot Avant twice in the chest, sources said.
It wasn't immediately clear whether anything was stolen from the victim.
Avant, of Manhattan, was rushed to St. John's Hospital, where he died.
Bronx
- A teenager was fatally shot as he stood in front of his Morrisania apartment building yesterday.
Felipe Cooper, 17, of 824 E. 161st Street, was hit in the right arm and back as he tried to run from the hail of gunfire sprayed across the busy street at about 1 p.m., police said.
Police are looking into the possibility the shooting was gang-related, a source said.
Cooper was rushed to Lincoln Hospital, where he was pronounced dead about 30 minutes later.
- Charges of attempted murder were handed down yesterday against two suspects who allegedly beat and stabbed a man in Wakefield, sources said.
Kwamie Edie, 25, a 15-year-old boy and four unidentified cohorts had an altercation with a 22-year-old man near St. Lawrence and Gleason avenues at about 9 p.m. Tuesday, authorities said.
The assailants punched and kicked the man, knocking him to the ground, sources said.
The gang then allegedly stabbed the man eight times for reasons that remain unclear.
The victim was rushed to Jacobi Hospital, where he was in critical condition.
Edie and the 15-year-old were arrested on Tuesday.
Police were searching for the other four.
Manhattan
- An elderly man was killed yesterday when he was struck by a motorcyclist on the FDR Drive near Kips Bay, cops said.
The 74-year-old man was inexplicably crossing the highway at 10:40 p.m. Wednesday when the motorcyclist heading southbound on the highway rammed into him at East 25th Street, police said.
The victim, whose name was not immediately released, was brought to Bellevue Hospital, where he died.
Police did not arrest or issue any summonses to the motorist, who stayed at the scene.
Queens
- Two men have been arrested for stealing dozens of watches from a wholesale company in Long Island City, authorities said yesterday.
David Beltran, 42, and Manuel Espinoza, 21, were arrested on Monday and charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, according to a spokeswoman for Queens the Richard Brown.
A criminal complaint said Beltran swiped 63 watches from E-Gluck Corporation at 29-10 Thompson Ave. at about 4 p.m. last Friday.
Beltran then gave 24 of the watches to Espinoza so he could sell them, the complaint states.
Then, on Monday, an E-Gluck security manager recovered a bag containing 38 of the 63 watches along with Beltran's personal documents and belongings, said the complaint.
In addition, when the security manager confronted Espinoza, the suspect allegedly returned a bag containing 23 of the watches.
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Postby Dr Funky » August 16th, 2005, 6:11 pm

mine wrote:this thread is mainly for NYC inner city crime, covering the boroughs (the source is from nypost paper) and other stories that make the paper. NYC crime isnt as high as it use to be, but crazy stuff goes down daily, the worst thing happening lately though imo is all the hit n runs, (them bastards!) but I wont post those to much cause they get me depressed... aight, alot of stories never make it to the media, stuff you hear from around your way in NYC (you can post stories about LI and NY state also...) you can post about it in here:


You care if I post some stuff in here?
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Postby mine » August 16th, 2005, 10:51 pm

Dr Funky wrote:
mine wrote:this thread is mainly for NYC inner city crime, covering the boroughs (the source is from nypost paper) and other stories that make the paper. NYC crime isnt as high as it use to be, but crazy stuff goes down daily, the worst thing happening lately though imo is all the hit n runs, (them bastards!) but I wont post those to much cause they get me depressed... aight, alot of stories never make it to the media, stuff you hear from around your way in NYC (you can post stories about LI and NY state also...) you can post about it in here:


You care if I post some stuff in here?

nope, but only if you post stuff from the state of NY or NYC.
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Postby mine » August 16th, 2005, 10:51 pm

Dr Funky wrote:
mine wrote:this thread is mainly for NYC inner city crime, covering the boroughs (the source is from nypost paper) and other stories that make the paper. NYC crime isnt as high as it use to be, but crazy stuff goes down daily, the worst thing happening lately though imo is all the hit n runs, (them bastards!) but I wont post those to much cause they get me depressed... aight, alot of stories never make it to the media, stuff you hear from around your way in NYC (you can post stories about LI and NY state also...) you can post about it in here:


You care if I post some stuff in here?

nope, but only if you post stuff from the state of NY or NYC.
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Postby Dr Funky » August 17th, 2005, 4:29 am

mine wrote:nope, but only if you post stuff from the state of NY or NYC.


So if I post anything from the Falls or Buffalo, it's ok because it's in New York State?

Just want to make absolutely sure.
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Postby mine » August 17th, 2005, 2:33 pm

Dr Funky wrote:
mine wrote:nope, but only if you post stuff from the state of NY or NYC.


So if I post anything from the Falls or Buffalo, it's ok because it's in New York State?

Just want to make absolutely sure.
yep. 8)
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Postby mine » August 18th, 2005, 8:33 am

NYPD BLOTTER

August 17, 2005 -- Manhattan

* Police said a man robbed a cashier at an Upper East Side business at gunpoint. The robbery took place at 1278 First Av. on Aug. 3 at 5 p.m. The bandit grabbed cash and fled. No one was hurt.
* Police are seeking information about Darrell Williams, 83, of Brooklyn, who was last seen near 10 East Union Square at 9:30 a.m. on Friday Aug. 12.
Williams, who suffers memory loss, is 5-feet 5-inches and 150 pounds, has a medium build, gray hair, brown eyes and has a mole over his right eye. He was wearing a blue baseball cap, a blue button down shirt and tan shoes when he vanished.
Bronx
* Twin teenage brothers were busted last night for the wild Termont shooting spree Saturday night that left several people injured. Police said Andres and Anthony Esquilin, 16, had been firing at a group of men who had beaten one of them earlier in day. At least one of the men fired back during the battle, which stretched from 178th to 180th streets. They were charged with attempted murder and weapons possession.
Brooklyn
* A teenager was arrested yesterday in connection with an attack on a woman headed to a Flatbush party, authorities said.
About 1 a.m. on July 9, Denise Thompson, 18, and several accomplices pulled the 20-year-old woman out of an elevator in a Lenox Road apartment building where the party was taking place, sources said. One accomplice held a razor to the victim's throat.
Using a metal pole, Thompson then allegedly hit and kicked the victim. She then allegedly hurled a bag of garbage at the victim and bit her thigh.
Yesterday, Thompson went to the victim's friend's residence on Paerdegat 10th Street, where the victim was present, sources said. She alleged banged on the door and threatened to destroy the victim's car. The victim called cops, who arrested Thompson on charges of assault, menacing and weapons possession.
* A man, who has yet to be identified, was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound to the head yesterday in an apartment building at Martense Street near Bedford Avenue in Flatbush, cops said. Police said no weapon was recovered at the scene.
Queens
* An unidentified man was found dead in a lot at McBride Street and Battery Road near Motts Basin in Far Rockaway about 7 p.m. Sunday, police said yesterday.
Police said the body bore no apparent signs of trauma. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.
Staten Island
* An unlicensed driver was arrested after he drove up to the toll plaza at the Verrazano Narrows Bridge with no money and no identification about 9 p.m. Monday, police sources said yesterday.
José Garcia, 38, allegedly gave police four different names and dates of birth, and the vehicle he was driving bore stolen Florida plates. Bridge cops later discovered his license had been suspended more than 10 times.
He was charged with criminal possession of stolen property, false impersonation and aggravated unlicensed operator of a motor vehicle.
* A man was arrested for beating his ex-girlfriend and threatening her with a knife inside a Henderson Avenue apartment at West Brighton in May, according to a court complaint.
Anthony Pitts was charged on Monday with assault, harassment and menacing.
* A man has been arrested for shoplifting a "Brooklyn" T-shirt in the Sears store at Staten Island Mall on Monday afternoon.
Santiago Flores, 24, was charged with criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
Jamie Schram and Joe McGurk

NYPD BLOTTER

August 18, 2005 -- Manhattan
* A young rap producer raped 13- and 14-year-old cousins, luring them from the Port Authority bus depot to his Upper West Side apartment with the promise of a music video appearance, police said yesterday.
Alex Jean, 18, was charged with rape, endangering the welfare of a child and promoting a sexual performance by a child because he videotaped the alleged attack, cops said.
Jean's lawyer, Mel Sachs, said Jean "was never involved in any kind of conduct like this or any acts of violence."
Queens
* A Bloods gang member and two wannabe gang bangers kidnapped a 15-year-old Bronx runaway and planned to force her into prostitution to raise money to bail out a fellow Blood, prosecutors charged yesterday.
The alleged kidnappers — Karen Lockhart, 18; Larue Daniel, 28, and Jean M. Gedeon, 20 — kept their victim stripped and locked up in Gedeon's Far Rockaway home, authorities said.
Lockhart befriended the runaway on May 31 and then introduced her to her accomplices. The three allegedly allowed their pals to sodomize her before she escaped the next day.
* Police yesterday were searching for a 75-year- old woman who disappeared from a nursing home in Rockaway Beach.
Grace Barnes, 75, in good physical condition but poor metal health, was last seen at the Surfside Manor Nursing Home at 95-02 Rockaway Beach Blvd. at 4:45 p.m. Monday, cops said.
A worker at the nursing home reported her missing to police at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Brooklyn
* A man has been arrested for beating and robbing a TV satellite-dish installer in his Flatbush apartment, authorities said yesterday.
The incident began at 11:20 a.m. Tuesday, when Willie Richardson, 46, who had reportedly bought a system, instructed the 39-year-old worker to begin the installation at Richardson's Lenox Road apartment, sources said.
But the man declined after being told by his supervisor permission was first needed from the landlord.
Richardson allegedly became belligerent, threatening to hit the installer if he didn't immediately do the work.
Richardson also threatened not to let him leave the apartment with his tools and equipment valued at about $1,000.
Sources said that as the installer made his way to the door, Richardson ripped his cellphone from his hand, then hit him over the head with a piece of wood.
The man was able to flee and call cops, who arrested Richardson on charges of assault and robbery.
* A fight over a barstool led to a stabbing in a Bushwick tavern, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Thomas Espinal, 35, argued with a 20-year-old man seated on a stool in the bar at Dekalb Avenue near Irving Avenue about 2 a.m. last Saturday.
Espinal claimed he had dibs on the stool. The man he would relinquish the seat after finishing his beer.
But Espinal pulled a knife and stabbed the victim in the chest, shoulder and stomach, sources said.
The victim was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, where he was treated for a collapsed lung and received multiple stitches and staples.
Espinal was arrested Tuesday on charges of assault, menacing and weapons possession.
* Two men have been arrested over a brawl in a Park Slope grocery store during an argument over ice, authorities said yesterday.
Majdi Mahmood, 19, and Juan Medina, 21, were busted Tuesday after the incident in the store at 70 Fourth Ave. about 3 p.m. on last Saturday, sources said.
Mahmood told authorities that during the fracas, Medina tried to drag him across the counter and he responded by smashing a soda bottle into Medina's face.
Medina then grabbed a knife and waved it at Mahmood, according to Mahmood's account.
Mahmood admitted to brandishing a broomstick and smashing Medina in the back with it.
Medina told authorities he pushed Mahmood's head, prompting Mahmood to toss a two-liter soda bottle at him.
The bottle hit Medina in the face.
Medina also said Mahmood chased after him with a stick and hit him once with the weapon.
Mahmood was charged with assault and Medina was charged with attempted assault.
Bronx
* Police are searching for the killer of a woman whose torched body was dumped in a Bronx park after she was bludgeoned to death, authorities said yesterday.
Firefighters and police responded to a brushfire in the parking lot outside the clubhouse of the Van Cortlandt Park golf course at 11 p.m. Tuesday, officials said.
After the firefighters put out the blaze, a police investigation led to the discovery of the unidentified woman, who died of blunt-trauma injuries to the head, authorities said. Cops do not know the motive in the case.
Staten Island
* A man has been arrested for assaulting a woman in an Annadale residence, according to a criminal complaint.
John Castanio, 39, allegedly choked the woman in the Brandis Lane residence near Wainwright Avenue about 5:20 p.m. Monday.
Castanio then grabbed her arm and shoved her, the complaint says.
The victim suffered a cut lip and bruising and swelling. Castanio, whose motive was not known, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with assault and harassment.
It was not immediately clear what, if any, relationship the two had.
* A Stapleton man was slapped with assault charges after he hit his aunt with a DVD, authorities said yesterday.
The incident began about 7:11 p.m. Tuesday, when the aunt requested that Jason Brown, 41, give back a DVD in his residence at Tompkins Avenue near Hill Street.
Brown then hurled the plastic DVD cover at the woman, hitting her in the chest, the complaint states.
Brown was arrested Tuesday and charged with assault and harassment.
The victim suffered bruising and swelling.
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Postby mine » August 18th, 2005, 8:37 am

SLAY ROCKS MOBY

August 18, 2005 -- A man was fatally stabbed by a vagrant near dance-music icon Moby's Lower East Side tearoom in broad daylight yesterday — and shocked witnesses said passers-by just stepped over his body before cops arrived.
The victim, George Drescher, had asked the homeless man why he was rooting through a trash can.
"He saw the guy rummaging through the garbage and he was making a mess and throwing things onto the sidewalk," said a police source. "Drescher said to him, 'What do you think you're doing?'
"He pulled out a knife and looked him in the eye and stabbed him once in the chest."
The stabber got away.
The victim, who has an arrest record, stumbled 50 feet along the sidewalk before collapsing outside the musician's vegan eatery, Teany, at 90 Rivington St.
A Teany employee, who identified herself only as Juliette, said Drescher was in "his death throes" when he collapsed, his shirt "soaked through" with blood.
Some people were in too big a hurry to walk around his body, she said — and just stepped over it.
"Some people noticed, gawking. A lot of people just stepped over," she said. "I asked the cops to tape the front of the restaurant because people were like, 'Can we get lattes?' " We're like, 'No, you can't get anything.' People in New York just don't care."
Another Teany worker, Roger Peffley, said, "He just fell on his back and blood was all over him. He yelled out, 'Call an ambulance!'
"People were just walking by with their iPod headphones on. That was tripping me out, that they kept on walking."
Drescher, a father of one who lived on Delancey Street with his mother, had been busted at least 10 times, cops said. Several of the arrests were for drugs.
Moby issued a statement saying, "I am deeply upset by this random act of violence that took place right on our doorstep. While this is purely coincidental in location, we grieve for those affected by this misfortune."
The area has seen an increase in murders this year — six so far compared with two in the same period last year.
The most notorious killing was that of model Nicole DuFresne, who was leaving a bar with friends in January when they were set upon by a gang of thugs.
She was shot dead after challenging the muggers by saying: "What are you going to do, shoot us?"




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By LARRY CELONA, ERIKA MARTINEZ and HEIDI SINGER
The suspects will be charged with second-degree assault as a hate crime, prosecutors said.
Police said more arrests are expected.
Moore told cops the attack happened as he was walking with a friend, Duane Smith, 15 — the boyfriend of Morse's sister — and several others in the Flatlands section. Moore said they were confronted by an enraged Morse, who had quarreled with him two days earlier.
The five suspects and several others stepped from an SUV with their weapons and allegedly began beating Moore — the only one in the group who not escaped — spewing racial epithets and then robbing him of $50.
Moore was injured in the chest, elbow and ankle.
Morse is due next month in court in a separate assault case stemming from a January incident in which he allegedly beat up a man and a woman.
According to law-enforcement sources, Morse grabbed the woman by the hair, punched her, threw her to the ground and spit in her face.
Morse was also arrested in April 2004 for allegedly stealing a digital camera and cellphone from a car.

THUG: I KILLED BROTHERS

By ALEX GINSBERG
August 17, 2005 -- A Queens man who stabbed two brothers to death in a brawl will serve 23 years.
Adrian Soriano, 23, pleaded guilty to manslaughter yesterday. "I was in a fight and I stabbed two people," he said. "I didn't want to harm nobody."
Soriano admitted fatally stabbing half-brothers Miguel Pedro Martinez, 25, and Eduardo Leason, 33, on March 1, 2003 on a South Jamaica street.


HEROIN RING SMACKED
August 17, 2005 -- The NYPD and federal narcotics agents yesterday busted a heroin-processing plant — equipped with trapdoors and secret passageways for quick getaways — that turned out $6 million worth of drugs a week, officials said.
NYPD cops and feds stormed the "heroin mill" hidden in a converted duplex in the Williamsbridge section of The Bronx, said DEA special agent John Gilbride.
Thirteen workers were arrested and agents seized 50 kilos of heroin, most of it packed into 150,000 glassine envelopes, ready for distribution to street dealers. The street value of the packaged drugs — which sold for $10 to $14 an envelope — was $2.1 million.
"This is a significant amount of heroin to find in a retail-level distribution," said Gilbride. "This was a significant operation that was pumping this poison into the metropolitan area."
Agents discovered the plant — where black-tar heroin was turned into powder form, then cut and repackaged — in the basement of a two-story building at 3166 Fenton Ave.
The dealers had built secret passageways, accessed through trapdoors in closets, connecting the basement and the four apartments they controlled, so they never had to show their faces in public hallways.
Agents stormed the mill and nabbed workers as they scrambled into the hidden passageways from their dusty and cramped production line.
One woman was found hiding in a clothes dryer.
Seven handguns were also found.
The suspects were arraigned in Manhattan federal court yesterday and charged with narcotics trafficking and firearms offenses. Each faces 15 years to life. All were held without bail pending hearings.
In addition to the dope and guns, authorities seized $250,000 in cash, 150 coffee grinders used on the production line, two money-counting machines, 21 cases of empty glassine envelopes and dozens of rubber stamps used to "brand" the smack.
"We have made a major dent . . . a crippling blow to heroin trade in the area," said Anthony Izzo, assistant chief officer of the NYPD Narcotics Unit.
Agents are still investigating and testing the dope to see if it is cut with any dangerous additives. They're trying to determine if it was responsible for the so-called "bad batch" that has been killing users in the city.
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Postby mine » August 21st, 2005, 10:08 am

NYPD DAILY BLOTTER
August 20, 2005 --
Bronx
A mystery gunman opened fire with a pellet gun behind a Morrisania building, injuring a 10-year-old boy and a 31-year-old woman, police sources said yesterday.
The victims were in a rear courtyard of 818 Home St. when they were hit at 2:15 p.m. Thursday, sources said.
The boy was wounded in the chest and suffered some swelling, and the woman was struck in the arm. Both were treated at St. Barnabas and released.
The triggerman's identity remains a mystery, and police continue to investigate.
Brooklyn
* A 22-year-old man was shot in the abdomen while waiting in line at a Sheepshead Bay fast-food restaurant early yesterday, cops said.
The victim, whose name was not released, was on line in a McDonald's at 3540 Nostrand Ave. when the suspect approached him, began arguing with him and opened fire at 1:38 a.m., police said.
According to authorities, the shooter, an acquaintance of the victim's, fled the scene with three other men in a white SUV.
The victim was rushed to Lutheran Hospital where he is in stable condition suffering from gunshot wounds to the abdomen and pinkie, cops said.
* Gang Unit cops arrested one man and seized two guns and drugs from a Crown Heights apartment, police sources said yesterday.
Officers raided the apartment at 315 New York Ave. at 12:30 a.m. Thursday and found an unloaded shotgun, a loaded 9 mm handgun and 10 small bags of cocaine, sources said.
The man who lives in the apartment, Jorge Velez, 23, was arrested and charged with drugs and weapons possession.
Manhattan
* A homeless man who shot another at a city shelter on Wards Island was arraigned on attempted-murder charges yesterday, authorities said.
Marcus Serrano shot a fellow 21-year-old twice in the lower back inside the Charles Gay Men's Assessment Facility at 1 Wards Island at 11:56 p.m. Wednesday, police said.
Serrano allegedly opened fire on the victim, with whom he'd had an ongoing feud, following a fight earlier in the evening, police said.
After the initial argument, Serrano left the shelter and returned with a gun, cops said.
Once the gunfire ceased, he fled and was found cowering in a grassy area along the East River shoreline about an hour later, authorities said.
The victim, whose name was not released, was taken to Harlem Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
According to a source familiar with the case, the Charles Gay facility — which is run by Volunteers of America — has metal detectors.
It was not clear how Serrano got inside with a firearm.
Serrano has been in the city's shelter system sporadically since April 2003, and his victim has been in the system on and off since last September, a source said.
Serrano, held on $20,000 bail, is due back in court on Aug. 24, a spokesman for the Manhattan District Attorney's office said.
* Police are investigating the beating death of a man whose body was found outside a Harlem building with severe head trauma, authorities said yesterday.
The man, whose name and age were not released, was discovered in front of 2146 Fifth Ave. at 1:37 a.m. Thursday, cops said.
He was rushed to Harlem Hospital, where he died.
Police are not sure how the man received the head wound.
A spokeswoman for the Medical Examiner's office said the death had been declared a homicide caused by blunt impact trauma to the head.
* A fight over a bicycle led to bloodshed on the Lower East Side yesterday when a man pulled a gun and shot another, police sources said.
The 28-year-old victim had been arguing with the suspect behind 630 Water St. at midnight, sources said.
The shooter fled, and the victim, who suffered a gunshot wound to the leg and a graze wound to the foot, was taken to an area hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
* Authorities are trying to unravel the mysterious death of a 34-year- old man who passed out on a Midtown street and later died, police said yesterday.
The dead man, whose name was not released, had been walking near the corner of West 32nd Street and Seventh Avenue, where he was found unconscious at 1:40 p.m. Thursday, cops said.
He was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, where he died.
The Medical Examiner's Office will determine the cause of death.
Queens
* Two masked men robbed a 27-year-old man at gunpoint in Corona yesterday morning, police sources said.
The victim, whose name was not released, was in a car with a 42-year-old man when another vehicle, carrying two armed men, cut them off and blocked off the street in front of 108-35 44th Ave. at 5:15 a.m., sources said.
The thieving duo snatched the younger man's jewelry, cellphone and luggage.
No one was injured, and the suspects remained at large.
* Police are investigating the death of a 3-week-old Richmond Hill infant, authorities said yesterday.
Ariana Mojica was being watched by her aunt inside a 95th Avenue home when she suddenly began to cry and stopped breathing at 2:16 p.m. Thursday, cops said.
The infant was not breathing when she was rushed to Jamaica Hospital, where she died 45 minutes later.
A doctor at the hospital told police the child appeared to have no signs of physical abuse.
The Medical Examiner's Office will determine the cause of death.
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August 21, 2005 --
Manhattan
* About 120 paintings — worth $30,000 — were stolen in a smash-and-grab from the world's fastest artist yesterday.
Morris Katz, listed by the Guinness Book of World Records and Ripley's as the world's fastest and most prolific painter, discovered he was missing a pile of canvases when he went to retrieve his Ford van on West 29th Street in Chelsea around 5:30 a.m. and found the driver's-side window smashed in.
"They broke in and just grabbed at anything. It was a mess," Katz said.
"They left behind over 200 paintings. But on the front seat they took two museum-quality paintings that were worth $5,000 each."
Later in the day, Katz was back at work at his West 29th Street studio knocking out a few new works.
In his 60 years as an artist he claims to have done more than 270,000 paintings.
He can do a 12-by- 16-foot painting in five minutes, so he figures to replace the stolen goods rather quickly.
* A man in his 20s was critically wounded by a knife-wielding assailant in Washington Heights yesterday, police said.
The victim, whose name was withheld, was walking at West 190th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue at about 1 a.m., when an unidentified attacker stabbed him twice in the torso, cops said.
The injured man was taken to Harlem Hospital.
* Decomposing remains were discovered floating in the East River near 34th Street, police said yesterday.
The body, whose gender was not immediately determined, was found at about 3 p.m. Friday and recovered by an NYPD Harbor Unit.
The medical examiner is conducting an autopsy.
* A Harlem man was busted for animal cruelty yesterday after he paid a friend $3 to ditch his dying dog at the ASPCA — because he wouldn't pay a vet $60 to treat the pooch.
The dog, who couldn't bark or stand and was barely moving or breathing, was brought to the ASPCA in a closed plastic bag.
The 5-year-old called Fifi was doused in the perfume his owner allegedly used to try to disguise his filthy condition.
Half his normal weight and with sores all over his body, Fifi was put eventually put to sleep by the ASPCA.
Ramon Rodriguez, 65, of West 126th Street, was arrested near his home by ASPCA officer Pete Rivas.
In consultation with the Bronx the, Rodriguez's charges were lifted to a felony, with the possible penalty of two years prison.
Bronx
* An unidentified man was shot dead in Mott Haven last night, police sources said.
The victim, who was in his 30s, was at 308 E. 145th St. just before 9 p.m., when a gunman opened fire on him.
The victim was taken to Lincoln Hospital, where he died soon afterward.
* A passenger getting into a livery cab was shot and his pal pistol-whipped yesterday in Hunts Point, sources said.
The two men, whose identities were withheld, had been involved in a dispute with two other men moments earlier.
A representative of Mega Radio cabs said at least two men approached the car at Kelly Street and Westchester Avenue in another vehicle.
One pulled a gun on the driver, placed it to his head and said: "Don't go anywhere!"
Police said that seconds later, a shot was fired into the rear passenger window, striking a 29-year-old man in the left leg. The other passenger, 32, was smashed in the face with a gun.
Both victims were taken to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition.
* Cops using tranquilizer darts subdued a mad dog that bit a hand that wanted to feed him, authorities said.
Authorities said a 64-year-old retiree from Graniteville spotted the 70-pound Siberian husky near his home and the dog suddenly lunged at him.
Police, who spent two hours getting the dog under control, said it had a fever.
It was taken to a local shelter.
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COP WOUNDED AS BULLETS FLY
August 21, 2005 -- A cop was wounded and a suspect was shot in a violent encounter early this morning at a Brooklyn housing project, police said.
Police officials said that an NYPD officer was shot and taken to Kings County Hospital where he was being treated last night.
The extent of the suspect's injuries were unknown. He was taken from the scene at the Marcy Houses by ambulance to Brookdale Hospital.
It was unclear what led to the incident about 1:15 a.m. at the housing project at 472 Marcy Ave.

MAN SHOT DEAD IN BROOKLYN
August 21, 2005 -- A 24-year-old man was shot to death near the campus of the Pratt Institute, police said yesterday.
The victim, whose identity was not immediately known, was fired at by an unknown gunman at the intersection of Classon and De Kalb avenues at 11:30 p.m. last night. Police had no motive for the shooting.

A BOLD BOY BLOCKS A BULLET
ugust 21, 2005 -- A 13-year-old Brooklyn boy jumped in front of a fusillade of bullets early yesterday, taking a round in the back for a 10-year-old girl.
Destiny Liddie, 10, was hanging out with several friends at 2 a.m. Saturday morning after getting her hair braided by her cousin when a pair of thugs began firing on the kids, hitting Destiny in the arm.
"I knew I was hit, and I fell," the Destiny said from her hospital bed at Brookdale Hospital. "It was bleeding and burning."
But with bullets flying, courageous Ellis Mercado, 13, ran to her rescue.
"When she got hit, I heard her screaming," said Ellis, also at Brookdale. "I grabbed her and dragged her into the building."
But as he jumped on her, a slug sliced through his back and came out his stomach, grazing Destiny once more in the chest. She was also hit again in the other arm.

"I thank [the boy] who tried to save my baby," said Destiny's mother, Wanda Ramos, 30. "Because she wouldn't be here [otherwise]."
"He was ready to give his life up for hers," said Luis Mercado, 41, father of the young hero. "I'm mad because he got shot, but I'm proud because he saved someone else."
Residents say the children were casualties of a bloody Brownsville turf war between the Newport Gardens Houses — where Destiny was staying with relatives — and the nearby Riverdale projects, where Ellis lives.
"It's a stupid, silly, ridiculous beef between two warring factions in the developments," said Councilman Charles Barron, who visited the kids. "This madness must stop."
Witnesses said the gunmen had no clear target when they began shooting at 2 a.m. where the group of kids was hanging out, as cousin Carlos Arce Jr., 18, was standing nearby.
Arce said he saw two young men running, and one of them paused and turned, then fired one shot from about 40 feet away. They then began blasting rapid-fire shots at the youngsters.
"They just started shooting towards my cousins," he said. "He was shooting towards the kids."
Residents of the area say this is the third day in a row in which their neighborhood has been lit up by gunfire in the bloody row between the warring housing projects. Ironically, the latest shooting occurred just before Newport Day, an annual block party when the neighborhood comes together.
"It's been three days in a row," said Margarita Ruiz, 39, a relative of the victims. "It's terrible here."
Additional reporting by Philip Messing
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Postby purplecityhello » August 21st, 2005, 7:48 pm

too many crimes to keep up with

this is the most populated city in the USA, of course theres going to be waaaaaaay more daily crime here than anywhere else. even though NY crime is said to be on a downward slope (thats an unfound fact being investigated by the the right now) it still trumps every one elses highest

most crimes dont even get reported, any one in NY can tell u that
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Postby mine » August 21st, 2005, 10:52 pm

you got a point...I will just post a few more days worth of stories from the paper_ even though we are considered the "safest" big city its still gets gritty as hell_my feeling with the crime stats is that NYC needs that tourist money like no other (since 9/11) so lots of things they keep under wraps and unreported...Its all politics and money.
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Re: some of these stories are real comedy

Postby MiChuhSuh » August 22nd, 2005, 10:33 am

mine wrote:NYPD BLOTTER
August 18, 2005 -- Manhattan
* A young rap producer raped 13- and 14-year-old cousins, luring them from the Port Authority bus depot to his Upper West Side apartment with the promise of a music video appearance, police said yesterday.
Alex Jean, 18, was charged with rape, endangering the welfare of a child and promoting a sexual performance by a child because he videotaped the alleged attack, cops said.
Jean's lawyer, Mel Sachs, said Jean "was never involved in any kind of conduct like this or any acts of violence."
Queens
* A Bloods gang member and two wannabe gang bangers kidnapped a 15-year-old Bronx runaway and planned to force her into prostitution to raise money to bail out a fellow Blood, prosecutors charged yesterday.
The alleged kidnappers ?Karen Lockhart, 18; Larue Daniel, 28, and Jean M. Gedeon, 20 ?kept their victim stripped and locked up in Gedeon's Far Rockaway home, authorities said.
Lockhart befriended the runaway on May 31 and then introduced her to her accomplices. The three allegedly allowed their pals to sodomize her before she escaped the next day.



These two are just disgusting and pathetic.

The second one is just sickening WTF that is not gangster that is just SICK.
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Postby mine » August 22nd, 2005, 10:31 pm

yo purple do you have any links about the the investigating the stats? would be appreciated_also this thread is for people outside NY to read up, cause we already know how it goes in the city for the most part.

_yeah sick stories end, im just posting what was in the blotter for those days. ill probably end the stories this weekend, and probably post just once in a while with more crime stories. heres more from today:

HELL WEEKEND

August 22, 2005 -- Gunfire erupted at a Queens park last night, leaving one man dead, another fighting for his life and two others injured.
The shootings, in Laurelton, capped 24 hours of violence that saw five other men murdered in Queens, Brooklyn and The Bronx.
The last incident took place at 8 p.m. in Montbellier Park after several fights had broken out there earlier.
People involved in the violence returned and at least one opened fire in front of hundreds of people at an annual festival, which features former area residents returning for games, food and fun with current residents.
A 21-year-old man who was shot in the chest was pronounced dead at Jamaica Hospital.
A bullet passed through the left hand and into the stomach of another 21-year-old man, who was in very critical condition at Mary Immaculate Hospital.
A 19-year-old man was shot in the leg, and was in stable condition at Jamaica. "He's all right. He's in good spirits," his dad said.
Another man, 21, walked into Jamaica Hospital with a wound to the left arm. Police were looking into the possibility that he was one of the shooters.
Cops found 10 to 12 shell casings from two guns.
The violence was part of a bloody weekend:

* The first killing occurred at 8:34 p.m. Saturday in The Bronx's Mott Haven section, when Michael "Mikey" Colon, 39, was shot in the chest after arguing with another man on East 145th St.
Colon, a motorcycle mechanic who friends said once served two short prison stints for motorcycle theft, was admired by local residents for turning his life around and for lecturing kids about the perils of criminal life.
He acted as a mediator between the Bloods and Crips street gangs, pals said — and also donated bicycles to children.
But the father of four recently became worried about a long-running feud with a man known only as "Richard."
"On Thursday, he told me he had this fight with Richard and it's getting out of hand and somebody's going to get hurt," said his sister, Lucy Colon.
"I'm in mourning, but I'm angry," she said. "They told me [the killer] pushed [Colon] up against the wall and shot [him]."
* Less than two hours later, towering basketball hopeful Oscar Javier, 19, was shot in the stomach at West Tremont and University avenues in Morris Heights (bronx).
Cops said they knew of no motive, but Javier's uncle, Cesar Rasuk, said authorities told the family that the 6-foot-7 teen was killed for "breaking up a fight."
"Oscar wouldn't hurt anybody," Rasuk said.
Javier, a native of the Dominican Republic, "had hopes of playing pro basketball" and was attending classes to obtain his GED.
His girlfriend is four months pregnant with their child, Rasuk said.
* In Brooklyn, Hastings Fersner, 29, was shot twice in the neck outside 345 Classon Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant at 11:36 p.m. during a block party.
* At 4:20 a.m. yesterday, Darren George, 23, was shot once in the face as he was about to enter his residence on Beverley Road in Flatbush.
* About two hours later, Jeremy Rodriguez, 19, was shot twice in the head as he lay sleeping on a bench at the Roosevelt Houses in Bedford Stuyvesant.
The chilling death toll is in stark contrast to this year's overall city trend, which is on track to record the lowest number of murders in four decades.
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Postby purplecityhello » August 23rd, 2005, 4:28 am

i know the nigga that brought up the charges is a teacher at NYU, only place i seen it is in the newspapers and on TV.
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Postby mine » August 23rd, 2005, 8:49 am

purplecityhello wrote:i know the nigga that brought up the charges is a teacher at NYU, only place i seen it is in the newspapers and on TV.

I see, thanks.
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Postby MiChuhSuh » August 23rd, 2005, 11:19 am

mine wrote:_yeah sick stories end, im just posting what was in the blotter for those days. ill probably end the stories this weekend, and probably post just once in a while with more crime stories. heres more from today:


How does this crap not end up on the news, I mean MAINSTREAM news?

People are becoming so seperated, more apathy lately.

For a little while after 9/11, people were all together and stuff, but after a few months, it went back to normal. sad.
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Postby mine » August 24th, 2005, 11:04 pm

NYPD BLOTTER
[img]http://www.nypost.com/photos/news08242005022.jpg[/img]August 24, 2005 -- Bronx
* Police yesterday were searching for a man who allegedly shot and killed a teenager on a Morrisania street.
Cops said Kip Peterson (left), 19, drew a gun and shot Felipe Cooper, 17, in the back and right arm at East 161st Street near Union Avenue about 1:19 p.m. on Aug. 11. Cooper later died at Lincoln Hospital.
Peterson, whose motive was unknown, was described as 5-foot-8, between 170 and 180 pounds.
Manhattan
* Police yesterday were asking for the public's help in finding four suspects in connection with a fatal shooting in Harlem.
According to cops, Jarvis Bradford, 21, his brother and friends left the Cherry Lounge on West 128th Street at 4:20 a.m. on June 19 and went to pick up a meal at a McDonald's on West 125th Street.
"They were buying food," said neighbor Paul Colon, 53. "They got into an argument with the gunman, and the guy just opened up on him [Bradford]."
Police sources said Bradford was hit at least three times and died at St. Luke's Hospital.
The first of four suspects was described as a black man with a medium to light complexion, 25 to 35, between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet tall, with possibly a tattoo on his right forearm.
The second suspect was a 25-to-35-year-old black or Hispanic man, between 5-foot-8 and 6 feet tall, with tattoos on both forearms and his neck.
The third was a 25-to-35-year-old black or Hispanic woman, between 5-foot-4 and 5-foot-8, with a tattoo on her upper right arm.
The fourth was a heavyset 25-to-35-year- old black man, between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet tall.
Brooklyn
* Two teens were arrested in connection with an assault and robbery in a Brownsville subway station, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Dion Williams, Marlon Allicock, both 18, and four accomplices shoved a 48-year-old man against a wall as he waited on a platform for a Manhattan-bound L train about 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
One thug smashed the man in the head with a bottle, and an accomplice snatched the man's wallet, cellphone, $306 payroll check and $40 in cash. The suspects fled.
Police found and arrested Williams and Allicock about eight blocks from the station.
The victim was treated for a head wound.
* A 16-year-old supermarket employee has been arrested for beating a man with a slab of wood in a Flatbush supermarket, authorities said yesterday.
The incident began at 11 a.m. Monday at the Key Food store on Flatbush Avenue near Lenox Road, when the 30-year- old victim came in to collect bottle deposits.
As the victim spoke to store workers, they began talking among themselves and one of them made a joke, prompting the victim to chuckle.
One of the workers, Essa Othman, 16, apparently did not appreciate the victim laughing and smashed him in the head with a piece of wood, sources said.
Police arrested Othman, who was charged with assault, menacing and weapons possession.
The victim suffered cheek cuts.
* A man was shot and wounded on an East New York street, police sources said yesterday.
The 20-year-old man was walking at Miller and Pitkin avenues about 11:50 a.m. Monday when he heard gunfire, felt a sting in his leg and realized he had been shot.
He went to Brookdale Hospital, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
* A middle-aged man was shot and stabbed by an assailant during what may have been a botched robbery in Crown Heights, police sources said yesterday.
The 55-year-old victim was confronted by the unidentified attacker at the corner of Pacific Street and Nostrand Avenue about 11:40 p.m. Monday.
The thug then shot and stabbed the man in the chest during an apparent attempted robbery.
The wounded man was taken to Kings County Hospital, where he was listed as not likely to die. The suspect fled.
Queens

* Two teenagers were arrested for firing gunshots at another teen during an argument on a Far Rockaway street, police sources said yesterday.
The suspects, Kamell Taylor, 19, and a 15-year- old boy, got into a spat with a 19-year-old male at McBride Street and Dix Avenue about 10:40 p.m. Monday, sources said.
Both suspects pulled guns and the 15-year-old fired two shots at the victim's head but missed, cops said.
The 15-year-old then held his .38-caliber pistol up to the victim's face and said, "Are you going to talk s--- when you're dead?"
Police arrested the suspects.
Taylor was charged with menacing while the 15-year-old was charged with attempted murder, according to a spokeswoman for Queens the Richard Brown.
Staten Island
* A man struck by a car after arguing with the driver has died, police said yesterday.
Matthew Ducatelli, 29, died from his injuries about 7:30 a.m. Monday at Staten Island University Hospital, cops said.
According to authorities, Ducatelli argued over a woman with Ronald D'Angelo, 29, in the parking lot of a Dunkin Donuts at 901 Huguenot Ave. in Huguenot about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.
D'Angelo then jumped into a 2004 Dodge Durango and ran over Ducatelli, inflicting a serious head injury.
D'Angelo surrendered to police last Friday and was initially charged with assault and reckless endangerment.
Additional charges are pending.
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Postby purplecityhello » August 25th, 2005, 6:25 am

that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
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Postby BG MLOCO » August 25th, 2005, 7:58 am

DAM AND YALL THOUGHT NYC IS SOFT, THE COPS OUT HEER DONT REPORT AT LEAST 60% OF THE CRIMES THAT OCCUR, THATS WHY THE CRIME RATE IS DOWN 15% OVER THE LAST 10 YEARS, SHIT THE SUMMER AINT EVEN OVER YET.
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Postby mine » August 25th, 2005, 2:22 pm

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shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA
seriously?

NYPD BLOTTER

.August 25, 2005 -- Manhattan
*Police yesterday were asking for the public's help in finding a 14-year-old boy (above) who disappeared from a public pool on the Lower East Side.
Edmond Tillman was last seen at 7 p.m. at the pool on Houston and Pitt streets on Aug. 10. Tillman was reported missing to police on Aug. 12.
He is black, 5-foot-3, 145 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a white T-shirt and blue shorts.
Police said Tillman is known to frequent the Manhattan piers on the Lower West Side and the West Village.
*Police yesterday were searching for a note-passing thief (above) who held up a Turtle Bay bank earlier this week.
The suspect strolled into a Wachovia Bank branch at 980 Third Ave. at 10:37 a.m. Tuesday and passed a teller a note demanding cash, police said.
The bank employee complied with the robber's orders and forked over about $2,900.
The suspect is a black man in his forties, is 6 feet tall, weighs 200 pounds and has a salt-and-pepper goatee.
*Cops yesterday busted a suspected serial chain snatcher believed responsible for 16 Midtown robberies over the last two months.
Joseph Antonsanti, 41, of Brooklyn, was nabbed on his bicycle as he was allegedly targeting another woman.
Anti Crime cops said the suspect would ride up to a woman, grab her chain from behind and then speed away.
Three women identified Antonsanti — who has prior arrests for robbery and drugs — in a police lineup, sources said.
No one was injured in the riobberies.
Queens
*Three bandits made off with about $40,000 worth of valuables from a Flushing jewelry store last week, police said.
The two men and a woman brandished guns when they entered Alexandria Jewelry at 192-12 Northern Blvd., near 193rd Street, around 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 18, police said.
After announcing a stickup, the trio herded the storeowner and a worker into a rear bathroom, authorities said. The suspects stole rings, necklaces and bracelets before fleeing, said a worker. They are believed to have fled in a dark red Chevy Tahoe with damage on the left front bumper.
Brooklyn
*A former bookstore employee was arrested for beating his boss and threatening him with a knife in the Fort Greene store, authorities said yesterday.
The suspect, Kevon Thomas, 22, went to pick up his paycheck from the 42-year-old man at Culture Plus Books on Livingston Street at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, sources said. The man said his wife, who was not there, had the checks and Thomas would have to wait until she showed up, the sources said.
Thomas allegedly began screaming at the man and repeatedly slugging him, inflicting minor cuts to his head. Sources said Thomas also waved a knife at the man and choked him.
After the man called 911, police arrested Thomas.
*Two brothers were arrested for punching and choking two sisters in a Canarsie store, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Randolph Sparkes, 34, and Munair Sparkes, 29, were trying to talk to the two sisters, ages 16 and 17, as they were walking at East 80th Street and Flatlands Avenue at about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday.
The sisters ignored them and went inside a store as the brothers followed. Randolph then allegedly bumped the 16-year-old and argued with her.
When the 16-year-old took a folding knife out of her front pocket to put it in her back pocket, Randolph snatched the weapon from her. He then allegedly shoved her into a metal rack, knocking her to the ground.
After the 16-year-old got up, Randolph allegedly slugged her twice in the face, knocking her to the ground again. When the girl's older sister tried to help her, Munair grabbed the 17-year-old by the neck and choked her, sources said.
Police were called and arrested the two brothers, who were charged with assault and menacing.
*A man was shot to death by a suspect who had just robbed his friend in Bushwick, authorities said yesterday.
The incident began at about 10:20 p.m. Tuesday, when the unidentified suspect robbed the man's friend near Putnam and Central avenues. It was not immediately clear what the suspect had stolen, but the thief ran away. As the friend gave chase, he encountered Glen Martin, 28, and told him about the robbery. Martin joined in the pursuit and was shot by the suspect.
*Two people were shot by two gunmen in Brownsville yesterday, leaving one of the victims seriously wounded, police said.
Cops did not know what sparked the 1:21 p.m. violence, but said two unidentified suspects gunned down their male victims in the back of 173 Lott Ave.
One victim, described as an 18-to-20-year-old, was rushed to Brookdale Hospital, where he was fighting for his life. The other victim was in stable condition at the same hospital.
The shooters fled.
Bronx
*A man was shot dead by an assailant who accosted him in a Williamsbridge hair salon, police said.
The unidentified victim, in his 20s, was shot three times in the torso in the beauty salon at White Plains Road near East 224th Street at about 10:17 p.m. Tuesday.
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Postby purplecityhello » August 26th, 2005, 7:30 am

Bloombergs office counted 600 murders for the whole year
u can count a couple hundred here and this is just the span of a what?
3 months
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Postby MiChuhSuh » August 26th, 2005, 11:19 am

purplecityhello wrote:that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA


I'm not in NY so I don't know, what do HGB and DDP stand for?

I heard DDP before somewhere.. but I think it might be a different DDP since the guy I heard it from is in LA, but he knows people in NY so I don't know.
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Postby MiChuhSuh » August 26th, 2005, 11:19 am

purplecityhello wrote:that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA


I'm not in NY so I don't know, what do HGB and DDP stand for?

I heard DDP before somewhere.. but I think it might be a different DDP since the guy I heard it from is in LA, but he knows people in NY so I don't know.
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Postby mine » August 26th, 2005, 10:13 pm

NYPD BLOTTER
August 26, 2005 --
manhattan
*A 19-year-old man was fatally shot during a dispute with four men on a Harlem street yesterday.
After the victim, Darnell Moore, was wounded on West 151st Street around 7 p.m., the suspects jumped into a car and led cops on a high-speed chase down the FDR Drive.
They were finally pulled over and surrendered at East 96th Street, authorities said.
Police said a silver handgun was tossed from the car during the pursuit. Moore was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital.
Charges against the suspects were pending.
*The death of a man beaten by a group of thugs on a Harlem street has been ruled a homicide, authorities said yesterday.
Ali Kamara, 35, walked through the group at Fifth Avenue near 131st Street at about 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 18. The suspects became belligerent, saying Kamara had disrespected them by not walking around them. One of the group punched Kamara in the head, knocking him to the ground. Kamara was rushed to Harlem Hospital, where he died.
Brooklyn
*A man rammed his van into a police car and injured two cops after threatening five people with a machete in Bedford-Stuyvesant, authorities said yesterday.
The violence began at 12:50 p.m. Wednesday when Otis Walker Jr., 44, got out of a 2000 GMC van to shout at five people on Kosciusko Street near Tompkins Avenue.
Walker allegedly pulled a knife and swung it near the face of one of the people.
He then jumped into his van and fled, but returned minutes later with a machete.
He slashed at the group before driving off again, sources said. No one was injured.
Police arrived and the victims gave a description of the van.
Two cops saw Walker in the van on Tompkins Avenue. Walker spotted them, sped a few feet away, then backed up and slammed the van into the patrol car, the sources said.
The officers suffered minor injuries. Walker was arrested that day and charged with menacing and reckless driving.
*A teenager was arrested for beating and stabbing an acquaintance in a Red Hook building in March, authorities said yesterday.
Hassan Meadows, 18 — who had just been released from Rikers Island, where he served time for a parole violation — was busted on Wednesday and charged with assault, sources said.
At 9 p.m. on March 5, Meadows encountered the 23-year-old man in the apartment building and allegedly threatened him for "taking my cup of liquor."
Sources said Meadows jumped the man and knocked him to the ground, then allegedly kicked and stomped the man repeatedly before pulling a sharp object and stabbing him twice, the sources said.
The victim was rushed to Lutheran Hospital, where he needed 100 staples to close his wounds.
*A motorcyclist was busted early yesterday after speeding through Graniteville and struggling with police, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Rosario Zodiaco, 19, rode his bike through several red lights near Willow Road West and West Caswell Avenue at about 1:25 a.m.
When police tried to stop him, Zodiaco fled. But cops caught up to Zodiaco, who was arrested after he kicked at them, sources said.
He was charged with reckless endangerment and resisting arrest.
Staten Island
*A man has been arrested for snatching a woman's pocketbook in South Beach, authorities said yesterday.
Armando Mason, 30, allegedly swiped the purse, which the woman had put down on a park bench on Lamport Boulevard at about 5:16 p.m. Wednesday.
Sources said Mason then ran inside the city housing complex, and the victim, a senior citizen, alerted police.
Cops arrived and arrested Mason in the lobby. He was charged with criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
A man was arrested on a DWI charge after he was pulled over by police in Port Richmond, authorities said yesterday.
Cops saw Jean Serrano-Garcia, 25, driving a 2004 Honda Civic with illegal blue neon lights on the undercarriage on Richmond Avenue at about 4:20 a.m. Wednesday, sources said.
When cops pulled Serrano-Garcia over at the corner of Richmond Terrace, they smelled alcohol, spotted two beers on the floor of the vehicle, and busted him, they said. Jamie Schram and
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TWO SHOT IN CAR ON GRAND CENTRAL

August 26, 2005 -- Two men were shot while riding in a car on the Grand Central Parkway in Queens early yesterday, police said.
One victim, 21 and from Howard Beach, was hit in the throat; the other, 23 and from Fresh Meadows, was grazed in the back.
Their driver, a 22-year-old from Howard Beach, was not injured. Their names were being withheld by police.
The men said that they were headed east in an Audi at 4 a.m. when a dark, two-door sedan pulled alongside near 111th Street and they heard three pops.
When the 21-year-old realized that he'd been shot, the driver pulled over and called 911, they said.
The younger man was rushed to New York Hospital Queens, where he was listed in stable condition last night.
Sources said the three victims may not be fully cooperating with investigators. The gunplay, the sources said, may have stemmed from something that happened in Club Central in Astoria, where the men had partied earlier.



MURDER IN THE SUBWAY

August 26, 2005 -- Early Memorial Day, a man was found dead under a southbound No. 6 train after mysteriously toppling off a Bronx subway platform, leading cops to wonder if he'd stumbled, fainted or committed suicide.
Yesterday, autopsy results gave them their answer — he'd been pushed.
Enrique Soriano, 66, of Freeman Street in The Bronx, died with telltale bruises to his face and hands that were inconsistent with anything he could have suffered had he simply fallen to the tracks and been struck by a train, according to findings by the Medical Examiner's Office.
Instead, the injuries were consistent with a violent struggle, cops said, declining to elaborate. His death has now been ruled a homicide.
After learning of the fatal foul play yesterday, Soriano's family said they had known all along he hadn't fallen by accident or taken his own life.
Soriano, a baggage handler for Delta Air Lines at La Guardia Airport, had been on his way to work at 3:37 a.m. when he was struck as the train pulled into the Whitlock Avenue station.
The father of three was a cheerful man and doting husband, they said. He called his wife from work every morning. Soriano been planning a trip with his daughter, Erica, 29, to his native Ecuador the following month, they said.
He wasn't depressed; he also wasn't the type to lean out over the subway platform while waiting for a train.
Suspiciously, the chain that he wore on his neck was missing when his body was recovered, as was his money, they said.
"I want to know what happened," said his 61-year-old widow, Rosa.
"I want to know what they did to him. How did this happen?"
Eerily, Soriano's eldest son, David, said he went to the same subway station six hours after the accident on his own way to work. The station was closed for a police investigation — but the family wouldn't learn why until later in the day.
It is not yet clear whether Soriano died before or after he was hit by the train, but a medical examiner spokeswoman said he died from blunt-impact injuries to the torso, with fractures and internal injuries.
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Postby purplecityhello » August 27th, 2005, 10:27 am

End Violence NOW wrote:
purplecityhello wrote:that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA


I'm not in NY so I don't know, what do HGB and DDP stand for?

I heard DDP before somewhere.. but I think it might be a different DDP since the guy I heard it from is in LA, but he knows people in NY so I don't know.


im planning on moving to FL this coming winter

DDP is the biggest dominican gang in NYC they work directly for the dominican mob

HGB is Home Grown Bloods aka Harlem Gangsta Bloods
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Postby purplecityhello » August 27th, 2005, 10:28 am

End Violence NOW wrote:
purplecityhello wrote:that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA


I'm not in NY so I don't know, what do HGB and DDP stand for?

I heard DDP before somewhere.. but I think it might be a different DDP since the guy I heard it from is in LA, but he knows people in NY so I don't know.


im planning on moving to FL this coming winter

DDP is the biggest dominican gang in NYC they work directly for the dominican mob

HGB is Home Grown Bloods aka Harlem Gangsta Bloods
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Postby lb516 » August 27th, 2005, 11:52 am

End Violence NOW wrote:
purplecityhello wrote:that shit that happened on west 125th ^^^^^^^ in manhattan is causing alotta trouble here farless as retaliation goes

the niggas that did the shooting were HGB
and one of the niggas in the car was DDP
needless to say somebody that was involved in that shit windows got shot out last nite ---

shit is krazy out here
IM MOVING TO FLORIDA


I'm not in NY so I don't know, what do HGB and DDP stand for?

I heard DDP before somewhere.. but I think it might be a different DDP since the guy I heard it from is in LA, but he knows people in NY so I don't know.


DDP = dominican's dont play
HGB = home grown bloods
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Postby mine » August 29th, 2005, 6:56 pm

NYPD DAILY BLOTTER
August 27, 2005 -- Manhattan
* An 18-year-old East Harlem man was busted for gunning down two men on a basketball court, police sources said yesterday.
Emmanuel Lopez was arrested shortly after he unloaded on a 26-year-old man and a 17-year-old youth on a basketball court on East 102nd Street near First Avenue around 11:15 a.m. on Thursday, sources said.
The older victim was shot in the left hamstring and buttocks, while the younger man suffered a gunshot wound to his thigh.
They were both taken to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, where they are listed in stable condition.
Lopez was spotted running from the scene and was carrying a .38-caliber handgun when he was nabbed on Second Avenue between East 100th and 101st Streets, police sources said.
He is charged with assault and weapons possession.
Queens
* Police are asking for the public's assistance in finding a 15-year-old St. Albans girl who disappeared four days ago.
The family of Sheiner Denton (left) said she was going to the store when she vanished from her 119th Avenue home at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, cops said.
According to authorities, the teen was reported missing by her mother after she failed to return home from her errand.
Police sources said Denton's mother said she argued with her daughter earlier in the day.
Denton is 5-foot-4 and 150 pounds, and has black braided hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen wearing a yellow and white short sleeve shirt with red shorts.
Bronx
* A 61-year-old man was arraigned yesterday on charges he barged into his ex-girlfriend's Edenwald home, forced her to take a five-mile walk and then a bus with him until he abandoned her in West Farms, police sources said yesterday.
Wilfredo Reyes allegedly went to his former flame's East 229th Street apartment in the Edenwald Housing project at 3 a.m. on Wednesday, claimed he had a gun hidden in a plastic bag and forced her outside, sources said.
After he got the 47-year-old woman out of the house, he made her walk to Echo Place and East Tremont Avenue in Mount Hope, where they boarded a city bus, authorities said.
Reyes rode the bus with the woman for a while and got out at East Tremont and Morris Park Avenues in West Farms.
With her captor gone, the victim headed home and went to her local housing police precinct to report the strange saga, sources said.
Reyes, who was arrested on Thursday afternoon, and was arraigned on robbery, burglary, grand larceny, weapons possession and unlawful imprisonment charges in Bronx Criminal Court yesterday.
Bail was set at $15,000 bond or $5,000 cash and he is due back in court on Aug. 30, a spokesman for the Bronx District Attorney's Office said.
* Two cousins were attacked — and one stabbed — by a gang of toughs in Melrose, police sources said yesterday.
The victims, ages 17 and 16, were on their way to the train station when they encountered the thugs in front of 800 E. 160th St. at 5:55 p.m. on Wednesday, sources said.
That's where the pack of six to eight youths approached them, knocked them down to the ground and stabbed the older victim in the back and arm, authorities said.
The teens were taken to Lincoln Hospital, where they are listed in stable condition.
Although the vicious gaggle of goons fled after the attack, cops on Thursday arrested 17-year-old Danny Molban in connection with the attack, police sources said.
Molban, who had been arrested three other times this year, is charged with assault and weapons possession.
Staten Island
* A New Springville woman was busted for working out of her home as a masseuse without a license, authorities said yesterday.
Anna Ostro, 45, was arrested after she allegedly offered massage therapy to an undercover cop inside her Elmwood Park Drive apartment at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday, law-enforcement sources said.
According to authorities, Ostro was set to charge the officer $70 for an illegal rubdown.
She is charged with unauthorized practice of a profession and unauthorized use of a professional title.
* A 36-year-old man was nabbed for urinating in public a block away from his Port Richmond home, authorities said yesterday.
Ruben Ortiz was caught relieving himself at the corner of Albion and Port Richmond avenues around 11:45 p.m. on Thursday, law-enforcement sources said.
* A Stapleton man was arrested at the Verrazano Bridge toll plaza after cops discovered he was driving without a license, authorities said yesterday.
Rafael Ortiz, 36, was busted after he drove into an E-ZPass lane at 4:50 p.m. on Thursday and had neither the E-ZPass tag nor $9 cash for the toll, law-enforcement sources said.
When cops asked Ortiz for identification, he handed them a FedEx employee ID card, and when they ran his name through the system they learned his license was suspended three times, authorities said.
Ortiz, carrying a New York state photo identification card, is charged with aggravated unlicensed driving.
Erika Martinez

NYPD DAILY BLOTTER
August 28, 2005 --
Bronx
*A man with a criminal past was shot early yesterday in the South Bronx, police said.
Cops responding to a report of shots fired at 4:16 a.m. found a bleeding man at the rear of 360 E. 137th St.
He had been shot just after emerging from a white GMC Yukon.
Bronx resident Paul Pacheco, 33, was shot his chest and lower back. Two shell casings were found at the scene.
Pacheco was taken to Lincoln Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
Sources said Pacheco is a parolee who has been arrested many times on drug offenses.
Yesterday just wasn't Toi Gonzales' day. First she was shot, then she was busted, cops said.
Gonzales, 22, of Morrisania, was standing in front of her apartment building at 945 E. 165th St. when someone fired five shots in her direction, police said.
One of the bullets struck her in her right shoulder, and she was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital in stable condition.
It was not clear yesterday if she was the intended victim.
Cops later arrested Gonzales after discovering an outstanding warrant for her, sources said.
The nature of the warrant wasn't disclosed.
Brooklyn
*A bike-riding gunman shot a man in Bedford-Stuyvesant early yesterday, the police said.
The victim, whose name was not released, was taken to a hospital, where authorities said he was recovering after being shot twice in the stomach on Jefferson Avenue at about 2:30 a.m.
A police source said the block where the shooting happened, between Lewis Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard, is notorious for crack dealing.
"It's a hot block," said the source.
Deliveryman Alphonso Edwards, 50, said he heard three shots before ducking for cover.
"It's bad out here at night," he said.
*Police were investigating the sudden death of an infant boy in Flatbush yesterday morning.
Jaheim Clark, 18 months, was rushed to Kings County Hospital by cops responding to a 9:45 a.m. report of an unconscious child at 327 Rutland Road, police said.
Jaheim was declared dead a half-hour later.
The medical examiner is expected to conduct an autopsy.
Staten Island
*A Staten Island man shot his girlfriend, then tried to take his own life after she told him she wanted to end their relationship, police said yesterday.
Edward Van Pelt, 33, and Laura Mitchell, 31, were in their West Brighton home at 59 N. Burgher Ave. Friday evening when they got into a heated argument.
The fight reached a boiling point when Van Pelt fired at Mitchell, grazing her neck, cops said. Van Pelt then turned the gun on himself, firing a bullet into his head.
Mitchell ran to her mother in the living room and told her: "He just shot me and then shot himself in the head," according to cops.
Van Pelt is in a coma with severe brain damage at St. Vincent's Hospital.
According to sources, relatives are deciding whether to take him off life support.
The couple was arrested April 8 for their minor role in a multimillion-dollar drug ring operating across New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Queens
"I don't know nuttin' " was the message to police from a man who was shot yesterday in the Rockaways, police sources said yesterday.
The victim, whose identity was not known last night, was at the Oceanview Houses on Beach 45th Street yesterday afternoon when he was approached by a man who shot him once in the torso.
The victim then brought himself to Peninsula Hospital where his wounds were treated.
He refused to cooperate with cops who questioned him about the incident after they were alerted by hospital workers.
Philip Messing, Mark Bulliet & Perry Chiaramonte
(will update this thread once in awhile but this is the last of the blotter for now)

...yo purple goodluck out in florida, stay away from the hurricanes paths and you should be good.
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Postby purplecityhello » August 29th, 2005, 7:18 pm

no doubt

VMAs wus poppin too
south beach is where its at
u dont have to worry about some 16 yr old coming to your grandmas house with a golf club
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