SHOPLIFTING TEEN HIT BY CAR AFTER GETTING BUSTED AT STUY TOWN ASSOCIATED
A teenager was hit by a car after he was caught stealing beer from the Stuyvesant Town Associated on Friday.
A store employee said she saw him attempting to conceal the beer and leave the store and when she confronted him, he began cursing at her and punched the glass door, smashing it. When a customer attempted to intervene, the teen ran into the street and police said that he was hit by a car, suffering minor injuries. The district attorney’s office said that the 18-year-old was issued a desk appearance ticket for petit larceny and criminal mischief. A store employee declined to comment on the incident.
WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER AT BETH ISRAEL
Police arrested 45-year-old Lavina Nolley for alleged assault and criminal trespass inside Mount Sinai Beth Israel 281 First Avenue last Monday at 12:05 a.m. Police said that Nolley was discharged from the hospital after getting treatment but allegedly refused to leave. When an officer attempted to escort her out of the building, she allegedly kicked the officer in the knee, causing pain and swelling. Additional officers arrived and attempted to escort her out of the building but she allegedly struck the same officer in the face with her bag.
TEEN ARRESTED IN FIGHT AT GOOD SHEPHERD
Police arrested a teenager for assault inside Good Shepherd Services, a residence for girls, at 337 East 17th Street last Monday at 3:15 p.m. The victim told police that she was separating two girls who were fighting when the teen who was arrested threw a chair at the victim, hitting her in the right leg, causing swelling and bruising. The victim also told police that while she was trying to close the door, the teen kept pushing it open, causing it to hit the victim in the forehead and causing swelling and bruising.
‘DRUG DEALERS’ BUSTED AT EAST 25TH AND LEX
Police arrested three men for an alleged drug deal at the corner of Lexington Avenue and East 25th Street last Tuesday at 8:17 p.m. Police said that 26-year-old Derrick Gordon and 44-year-old Kip Villardi sold alleged crack cocaine to undercover officers. Thirty-year-old Andrew McAvoy was also seen exchanging cash for a quantity of alleged crack cocaine and when he was searched, police said that he was in possession of a crack pipe. Additional crack cocaine was recovered from the ground where the three suspects dropped it. The three men were all charged with possession of a controlled substance, and Villardi and Gordon were additional charged with sale of a controlled substance.
MAN NABBED FOR SELLING ‘CRACK’ ON FIRST AVE.
Police arrested 59-year-old Marc Bailey for the alleged sale of a controlled substance at the corner of First Avenue and East 30th Street last Tuesday at 7:37 p.m. Police said that Bailey sold a quantity of alleged crack cocaine to an undercover officer in exchange for cash.
MEN BUSTED FOR K2 ON WEST 14TH
Police arrested 41-year-old Clifford Foster and 51-year-old Antonio Wilson for the unlawful sale of synthetic marijuana in front of 11 West 14th Street last Thursday at 10:34 a.m. Police said that Foster was smoking an alleged K2 blunt on a public sidewalk and Wilson was allegedly in possession of two K2 blunts.
FOUR BUSTED FOR SELLING ‘POT’ AT WEST 27TH AND BROADWAY
Police charged four men with selling marijuana at the corner of Broadway and West 27th Street last Monday. Zakiou Daouda, 45, allegedly sold pot to an undercover officer around 4:37 p.m. and was in possession of additional alleged marijuana when he was searched. Forty-year-old Adama Diallo, 37-year-old Lebene Dzilah and 50-year-old Kevin Ewell were arrested around 5:15 p.m. after they sold alleged marijuana to undercover officers at the same location.
MAN NABBED FOR TRESPASSING IN SECOND AVE. BUILDING
Police arrested 34-year-old Vincent Quezada for alleged criminal trespass inside 510 Second Avenue last Wednesday at 10:41 a.m. Police said that Quezada was inside the building’s stairwell without permission to be there. He allegedly told police that he was in the building visiting a friend and while police were attempting to verify that the friend lived in the building, Quezada allegedly attempted to flee. He was arrested and police confirmed that the names on the apartment didn’t match up with the names Quezada provided. Police said that he was also in possession of a crack pipe that was in his left shoe.
MAN NABBED FOR ASSAULTING EMS WORKER
Police arrested 30-year-old Winston Neal for assault of a peace officer in front of 10 West 28th Street last Saturday at 3:47 p.m. Police said that Neal kicked an EMS in the face while the worker was putting Neal into an ambulance. Police said that the kick caused swelling, bruising and a cut to the worker’s face.
MAN ARRESTED FOR 7-ELEVEN ASSAULT
Police arrested 34-year-old Carl Williams for assault in front of 224 East 28th Street last Saturday at 10:01 p.m. Two people told police that they got into an argument with Williams inside a nearby 7-Eleven and he allegedly punched them both in the face. One of the victims told police that he also got a cut on his back during the confrontation.
SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR PACKAGE THEFT ON EAST 16TH STREET
Police arrested 60-year-old Robert Craft for alleged burglar’s tools, petit larceny and possession of stolen property in front of 138 East 16th Street last Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. Police said that Craft was seen walking away from the building holding packages that he had allegedly stolen. When he was stopped, police discovered that he was on parole for burglary.
SERIAL SEPHORA SHOPLIFTER BUSTED
Police arrested 48-year-old George Fuller last Wednesday inside the 13th precinct for a series of alleged shoplifting incidents earlier this year and at the end of last year. Police said that the most recent incident occurred on January 5 when Fuller allegedly entered the Victoria’s Secret at 591 Broadway and took items from the shelves before allegedly leaving without paying. Fuller also allegedly took merchandise from the Sephora at 119 Fifth Avenue on December 30 and at two different times on December 28. He was charged with three counts of petit larceny and one count of grand larceny.