MAN BUSTED FOR KIPS BAY BURGLARY
Police arrested 44-year-old Alejandro Almanzar for burglary inside 148 East 30th Street last Tuesday at 1:46 p.m. Almanzar was allegedly casing a number of buildings before he entered the apartment building at 148 East 30th Street. Police said that he went inside without holding anything and when he left, he was holding a black plastic bag with Kohl’s merchandise inside. When police stopped him, he allegedly said that he was picking up clothing for a church, but when police searched the building, they found a Kohl’s delivery package ripped open with the contents missing. Police said that Almanzar didn’t have permission to be inside the building or to take the clothes.
Almanzar was also charged with burglar’s tools, possession of stolen property and criminal trespass.
MAN BUSTED FOR BANK ROBBERY
Police arrested 51-year-old Edward Pemberton for a robbery that took place inside the Amalgamated Bank at 275 Seventh Avenue on March 28 at 1:40 p.m. Police said that Pemberton passed a demand note to a teller that read “All hundred and fifty bills will shoot!” After handing the note to the teller, Pemberton allegedly said, “Give me all the 50’s or I’ll blow your brains out. I have nothing to lose.” Police said that the teller then gave $1,009 in cash to Pemberton, who fled. He was arrested inside the 13th precinct last Monday at 9:05 p.m.
MAN NABBED FOR GROPING IN UNION SQUARE
Police arrested 33-year-old Michael Hincapie for sexual abuse inside the Union Square subway station last Wednesday at 4:47 p.m. Police said that Hincapie was rubbing his hand and cell phone between the victim’s legs and buttocks while on an uptown 4 train.
MAN ARRESTED FOR GROPING SALON EMPLOYEE
Fifty-year-old Oleg Gouivan was arrested for sexual abuse inside Lash Wonderland at 37 West 26th Street last Wednesday at 9 p.m. The victim told police that she was working on a client’s eyebrows when Gouivan approached her and allegedly grabbed her breast forcibly and kissed her against her will.
MEN ARRESTED FOR SNATCHING UNATTENDED BAG
Police arrested 24-year-old Theodore Bruntson and 23-year-old Joseph Dejesus for petit larceny and possession of stolen property inside the Union Square subway station last Friday at 9:50 p.m. Police said that Bruntson and Dejesus removed a bag that was left unattended on a bench inside the park. They allegedly walked towards the subway entrance while looking over their shoulders and were arrested by plainclothes officers.
“I was going to see what was in the bag and keep it,” Bruntson allegedly said. “I was going to take it. It’s not my fault people are careless.”
MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING TWO PEOPLE AT THIRD AND E. 23RD
Police arrested 66-year-old Marcell Tribble for assault at the corner of Third Avenue and East 23rd Street last Saturday at 1:38 p.m. Police said that Tribble punched two victims on the sidewalk, punching one in the face, causing swelling and bruising, and punching another woman in the back of the head. No further information was available about what prompted the assault.
THREE ARRESTED FOR FIGHT WITH CRUTCH
Police arrested 21-year-old Katherine Torres, 21-year-old Veronica Dejesus and 22-year-old Brendan Murphy for assault and possession of a weapon in front of 140 East 28th Street last Tuesday at 12:08 a.m. Torres and Dejesus allegedly struck Murphy in the back with a crutch, causing pain and bruising on his back. Police said that Murphy also struck one of the women in the face with the crutch, causing a cut.
MAN ARRESTED FOR STOLEN CREDIT CARDS
Police arrested 27-year-old Idell Carter for grand larceny last Thursday at 1:30 p.m. inside the 13th precinct. Police said that Carter removed credit cards from the victim’s wallet and used them at multiple locations without permission.
MAN ARRESTED FOR SELLING LOOSIES ON BROADWAY
Police arrested a 55-year-old man for violating tax law in front of 1173 Broadway last Friday at 12:50 p.m. Police said that the man was selling loose cigarettes on the sidewalk in exchange for cash and he did not have a Department of Consumer Affairs license.