TEEN NABBED ON IRVING PLACE FOR BREAKING VICTIM’S JAW
Police arrested a teenager for assault in front of the Washington Irving High School building, 40 Irving Place, last Friday at noon. Police said that the teen got into a fight with the victim after an ongoing argument and the victim fell to the ground after the teen punched him in the face. The teen continued to punch the victim while he was on the ground, causing him to fracture his jaw. The victim was taken to Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital.
MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘HEROIN’ SALE AT 30TH ST. MEN’S SHELTER
Police arrested 64-year-old Leval Chambers for sale and possession of a controlled substance in front of the men’s shelter at 400 East 30th Street last Friday at 5:08 p.m. Police said that Chambers sold a small envelope of alleged heroin to an undercover officer and the envelope had a red stamp that said “Good Times.”
WOMAN BUSTED FOR HARASSMENT AT BELLEVUE HOSPITAL
Police arrested 31-year-old Jessica Turner for harassment inside Bellevue Hospital at 462 First Avenue last Saturday at 8:35 p.m. Turner allegedly spit in the victim’s face, eyes and into the open wound on her nose.
MAN BUSTED IN UNION SQUARE WITH HAMMER, BRASS KNUCKLES
Police arrested 48-year-old Martin Kaplan for menacing and weapons possession at the corner of Union Square East and East 15th Street last Saturday at 1:32 p.m. Police said that Kaplan was seen walking towards the victim with brass knuckles on his left hand while also holding a hammer as he approached the victim. He also allegedly appeared ready to use the brass knuckles with his fingers in the holes, police said, acting as though he was going to punch the victim.
MAN WANTED FOR THEFT OF CAR, WORLD SERIES RING, CREMATION URN
Police are looking for a man suspected in the theft of a car last week. A 49-year-old man told police that he had parked his vehicle in front of 133 West 27th Street last Wednesday around 2 a.m. When he returned, it was gone. The car turned up again that Friday in front of 449 East 89th Street in Brooklyn. According to police, items that were taken from inside included a 1977 New York Yankees World Series ring and a bronze cube cremation urn.
The suspect is described as a black man, last seen wearing a black jacket, a multi-colored hat and gray pants.
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or for Spanish 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers Website at nypdcrimestoppers.com or texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.
MEN BUSTED FOR PROMISING DRUGS, THEN NOT DELIVERING
Police arrested 54-year-old Mitchell Slater and 37-year-old Christopher Santiago for sale of a controlled substance and fraudulent accosting last Thursday at 10:54 a.m. in front of 109 East 16th Street. Police said that Slater and Santiago agreed to sell crack cocaine to undercover officers although they took the money and did not return with the alleged drugs.
FIGHT ON SECOND AVENUE
Police arrested Maesa McLean and 24-year-old Charles Jackson for assault in front of 510 Second Avenue last Thursday at around noon. Police said that McLean punched Jackson in the face in front of the Kips Bay building, causing pain and swelling to his lower lip. Jackson allegedly punched McLean in the face as well, in addition to kicking her in the back, police said.
MAN ARRESTED FOR PHONE THEFT AT VAN DIEMENS
Forty-year-old Keith Davis was arrested inside the bar Van Diemens at 383 Third Avenue last Friday at 2:30 a.m. for petit larceny and possession of a controlled substance. Davis allegedly stole a cell phone from the countertop of the bar and police said that he could be seen on video taking it. When he was searched, police said that he was in possession of 10 small glassine envelopes of alleged cocaine.
MAN ARRESTED FOR TRESPASSING IN NYCHA BUILDING
Police arrested 56-year-old Ernesto Aparcio for criminal trespass inside 224 East 28th Street last Tuesday at 6:49 a.m. Police said that Aparcio was trespassing inside a NYCHA building that had signs posted that it was a restricted area, including the roof.