Police Watch: Man arrested for up-skirting, ACS teens arrested for robbery

MAN ALLEGEDLY UP-SKIRTED TEENAGE GIRL
Police arrested 37-year-old Kevin Myers for allegedly filming a teenage girl without her permission inside the Union Square subway station at Union Square West and East 14th Street on Tuesday, July 24 at 7:46 p.m. Police said that Myers placed his cell phone with the camera function in the on position recording under the skirt of a 17-year-old. Myers was charged with unlawful surveillance.

ACS TEENS ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY
Police arrested two teenage girls for a robbery inside Bellevue South Park that took place on July 24. Police said that the teens attacked the victim and stole her wallet, including her passport, Medicaid card and cash.

The teens were arrested for the incident inside the Administration for Children’s Services building at 492 First Avenue on Thursday, July 26 at 2:11 p.m. Police said that both suspects as well as the victim were all residents of the ACS facility.

GLASSES ‘SCAMMER’ ARRESTED IN KIPS BAY
Police arrested 51-year-old Naim Jabbar for an alleged robbery that took place on East 26th Street between Second and Third Avenues on Friday, April 13. The victim told police that Jabbar bumped into him while walking down the sidewalk and claimed that the victim had broken his glasses. Jabbar allegedly demanded that the victim give him money to fix the glasses and he reportedly got away with an undetermined amount of cash. Jabbar was charged inside the 13th Precinct on Thursday, July 26 at 9:35 p.m.

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AT MSBI
Police arrested 52-year-old Heyward Hemphill for an alleged assault inside Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital at 2 Perlman Place on Monday, July 23 at 8:30 a.m. The victim told police that he asked Hemphill a question when Hemphill responded, “You don’t even say good morning,” and allegedly proceeded to punch the victim in the face. The victim then went downstairs to report the incident to the nurses and police said that Hemphill followed him, allegedly punching him again, this time in the back of his head.

MAN BUSTED AFTER SHOWING OFF BB GUN
Police arrested 46-year-old Elis Diaz for an unclassified misdemeanor in front of Mount Sinai Beth Israel at 281 First Avenue on Friday, July 27 at 2:10 p.m. The victim told police that while she was working at the building, Diaz allegedly told her that he was in possession of a gun. The victim said that she told Diaz he wasn’t supposed to have a firearm on the property, but Diaz allegedly showed her the gun and said that he had a permit to carry. Police said that Diaz didn’t use the weapon in the commission of a crime. Upon further investigation, police found that the firearm was a BB gun.

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AFTER ACCUSATION OF SHOPLIFTING
Police arrested 38-year-old Shea Belle for alleged assault inside 353 East 14th Street, home to the Community Candy store on Friday, July 27 at 2:53 a.m. The victim told police that he and Belle were arguing because the victim accused Belle of trying to steal from the store. Police said that the victim went to grab Belle when he allegedly punched the victim in the nose, causing his nose to bleed. Police said that Belle wasn’t found to be in possession of any property from the store.

MAN ACCUSED OF THREATENING TO STAB STORE EMPLOYEES
Police arrested 51-year-old Walter Craig for an alleged robbery inside Cowboy Wholesale at 28 West 27th Street on Monday, July 23 at 1:56 p.m. Police said that Craig took merchandise from the store and left while allegedly pushing through store employees who were attempting to get the items back from him.
Craig then allegedly said that he would stab them if they didn’t let him leave with the property, but he was arrested shortly after.
Craig was also charged with petit larceny and possession of stolen property, and police said that he had concealed the items in his jacket pocket after discarding the original packaging.

MAN BUSTED FOR BAG THEFT FROM OYSTER BAR
Police arrested 49-year-old James Ryan for an alleged theft that took place at an oyster bar on Broadway on Sunday, July 29 around 8:30 p.m. Police said that Ryan was seen on surveillance video taking a brown handbag that was left unattended inside the John Dory Oyster Bar at 1196 Broadway near West 29th Street.
Police said that the bag was found later inside the bathroom and had allegedly been emptied of its contents, which included credit cards, a MacBook and a Prada wallet. The victim said that she also later found out that her credit cards had been used at various locations. Ryan was charged with grand larceny, possession of stolen property and unlawful use of credit card and was arrested later the same night at 11:20 p.m. inside the 13th Precinct.

MAN ARRESTED FOR MENACING AT ATM
Police arrested 24-year-old Felix Forty for allegedly threatening bank security inside the TD Bank at 655 Sixth Avenue on Tuesday, July 24 at 3:02 p.m. The security guard told police that Forty took out a knife and proceeded to wave it at him aggressively, and when officers attempted to handcuff him, he allegedly flail his arms in order to avoid being arrested. Police said that Forty was in possession of a pocket knife when he was arrested. He was charged with resisting arrest, menacing and weapons possession.

MAN ACCUSED OF MENACING WITH BOXCUTTER IN KIPS BAY
Police arrested 22-year-old Jared Mitchell for alleged menacing and weapons possession in front of 325 Third Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets on Sunday, July 29 at 10:59 a.m. Police said that Mitchell and the victim got into an argument over the sale of a cigarette and when the argument escalated, Mitchell allegedly removed a box cutter from his waist band and reportedly threatened the victim with it.

MAN NABBED FOR BREAKING DISPLAY AT STORE
Police arrested 32-year-old Antwan White for alleged criminal mischief inside 750 Sixth Avenue on Thursday, July 26 at 7 a.m. Police said that White was acting erratic and throwing items on the floor inside the store and when a manager asked him to leave, he allegedly threw a rack to the ground, causing it to break. Police stopped him in front of the store, where he was arrested.

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2 thoughts on “Police Watch: Man arrested for up-skirting, ACS teens arrested for robbery

  1. The “ ACS Arrested Teens “, article is clear evidence that PCV/ST Playground #11 requires greater identification requirements for only one visitor allowed per tenant. The Playground needs to be removed and replaced by a community garden for quiet enjoyment by all tenants!!
    Stuart Levinson

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