MAN ACCUSED OF MAKING THREATS AT CLUB
Police arrested 35-year-old Adam Torres for alleged weapons possession, menacing and harassment in front of 39 West 21st Street last Sunday at 4:05 a.m. Police responded to the location because of a call about a man with a gun. The victim said that Torres threatened to kill the staff and patrons at a nearby nightclub and she told police that she was in fear for her and her patron’s safety. Police said that Torres was in possession of an ice pick when he was arrested. No further information was available about which nightclub the incident occurred in.
PREGNANT WOMAN ASSAULTED NEAR UNION SQUARE
Police recently arrested 23-year-old Jennifer Kryzinski for an alleged assault that took place at the corner of East 18th Street and Broadway last Thursday at 1 p.m. Police said that Kryzinski and the victim, who is pregnant, got into an argument that turned into a physical fight and the suspect allegedly pushed the victim into a rock and threw her to the ground, causing pain to her stomach. Police said that Kryzinski and the victim were friends. Kryzinski was arrested at the 13th precinct later the same day at 2:32 p.m.
MEN ARRESTED FOR FIGHT IN UNION SQUARE
Police arrested 36-year-old Elsayed Elshafy and 58-year-old Robert Romero for allegedly assaulting each other in front of 10 Union Square East last Thursday at 7:03 p.m. Romero called the police to report an incident that had happened the previous night and said that he and Elshafy got into an argument that turned into a physical fight. Romero said that when he was attempting to walk away, Elshafy hit him in the back of the head with a pipe, causing cuts and bruises. Romero allegedly swung a shopping cart at Elshafy, causing shoulder pain and cuts.
Police said that Romero was transported to Bellevue Hospital for treatment but Elshafy refused medical assistance. A number of businesses reside at the incident location and police did not have further information about where specifically the fight occurred.
MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT IN KIPS BAY
Police arrested 23-year-old Gary Cheatham Jr. and 35-year-old Toney Williams for an alleged assault inside 130 East 25th Street last Tuesday at midnight. Police said that Cheatham and Williams got into an argument and started fighting, resulting in Cheatham allegedly biting Williams’ right hand, causing pain and swelling. Police said that Cheatham also punched Williams in the head repeatedly. Williams allegedly shoved Cheatham against a wall and threw him to the ground, causing him to injure his head on the sidewalk. Police said that Williams and Cheatham both live in the building where the incident happened.
WOMAN CHARGED WITH USING COUNTERFEIT CASH TO BUY IPHONE
Police arrested 20-year-old Alicia Stanback for allegedly paying for an iPhone X with counterfeit cash last Wednesday. The district attorney’s office said that Stanback had not yet been arraigned so no further information about the incident was available.
MAN ARRESTED FOR PUNCHING WINDSHIELD
Police arrested 39-year-old Cammy Allen for criminal mischief at the corner of Second Avenue and East 26th Street last Wednesday at 8:45 p.m. Police said that Allen intentionally damaged the victim’s front windshield by punching it.
MEN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO CAR ON SIXTH AVENUE
Police arrested 52-year-old Herbert Dawson and 57-year-old Gregory Brown for allegedly breaking into a car in front of 656 Sixth Avenue last Sunday at 1:30 a.m. Police said that Dawson and Brown used a hammer to force entry into a car parked on the street. Dawson was allegedly in possession of a knife with intent to use it unlawfully and police said that Dawson also has a prior conviction of a crime in New York State. Both men were allegedly in possession of stolen property when they were arrested and they were charged with criminal mischief, burglar’s tools and possession of stolen property. Dawson was also charged with weapons possession.
MAN BUSTED FOR FORGED ID
Police arrested 24-year-old Nigel Montague for alleged forgery at the corner of Union Square West and East 14th Street inside the subway station last Thursday at 12:08 a.m. Police said that Montague jumped the turnstile in the station and when he was stopped, Montague provided a Madison Square Garden ID with the someone else’s name and Capital One credit cards with the same name. He later allegedly told police that he got the ID made with the name and the person whose name he used is his friend. Montague was also charged with possession of stolen property, theft of services, impersonation, possession of an anti-security item, fraud, possession of stolen property and criminal trespass.
DRIVER ARRESTED IN KIPS BAY AFTER ACCIDENT
Police arrested 29-year-old Trevor Kendall for alleged intoxicated driving in front of 385 Third Avenue near East 28th Street last Saturday at 4:23 a.m. Police said that Kendall was driving north on Third Avenue before he allegedly crashed into a parked car. When he was stopped, police said that he had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and bloodshot, watery eyes. Police said that Kendall’s girlfriend was in the passenger’s seat of the car at the time of the collision and complained of neck pain, and was taken to NYU Hospital for treatment. When he was searched, Kendall was also allegedly in possession of marijuana and was charged with possession of marijuana.
‘DRUG DEALER’ BUSTED AT STRAUS HOUSES
Police arrested 62-year-old Luis Perez for intent to sell a controlled substance inside Straus Houses at 224 East 28th Street last Thursday at 6:05 a.m. After searching his apartment in the building, police said Perez was found to be in possession of a large quantity of alleged heroin, a large quantity of alleged marijuana, a large quantity of concentrated cannabis and drug paraphernalia including scales, as well as numerous ziplock bags used for packaging.