Sex offender busted at 30th St. shelter, Man arrested for ‘accidental’ shooting

SEX OFFENDER BUSTED AT 30TH ST. SHELTER

FOR FAILING TO MENTION ADDRESS CHANGE

Police arrested 45-year-old Carlos Leon for an unclassified felony inside the 30th Street Men’s Shelter at 400 East 30th Street last Monday at 8 a.m. Police said that Leon is a registered New York State level 2 sex offender.

He was convicted of attempted sex abuse in the first degree by forcible compulsion on January 28, 2003 for sexual contact with an 11-year-old girl in 2000. After he was notified of his duties on March 8, 2013 and March 13, 2003, police said that he failed to notify the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services sex offender monitoring unit of a change of address within 10 days.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ACCIDENTAL ‘SHOOTING’

Police arrested 37-year-old Charles Dunwoody for assault and possession of a weapon last Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. at the 13th Precinct. Police said that Dunwoody was involved in a shootout with another person who wasn’t arrested that resulted in a woman receiving a gunshot graze wound to her inner right calf.

WOMAN FOUND DEAD ON EAST 28TH

Police responded to a 911 call at 224 East 28th Street on Saturday at 10:05 a.m. Upon arrival, officers discovered a 27-year-old woman who was unconscious and unresponsive with no apparent signs of trauma. EMS responded and pronounced her deceased at the scene. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death. Identity of the deceased is pending family notification. The investigation is ongoing.

TEEN BUSTED FOR SECOND AVENUE BURGLARY

Police arrested a teenager in front of 444 Second Avenue for burglary, possession of stolen property and possession of marijuana last Saturday at 2:28 a.m. Police said that the boy and another person who wasn’t arrested entered the residential building and stole property while the victim was still inside the apartment.

When the victim saw the intruders, they ran outside the building where two more people who weren’t arrested were waiting. Police tracked down one of the suspects using video surveillance and he was in possession of a stolen iPad from the burglary and was also in possession of a glass pipe containing marijuana.

‘PERV’ ARRESTED AT

UNION SQUARE SUBWAY STATION

Police arrested 35-year-old Mohamed Ibrahim for sexual abuse inside the Union Square subway station last Saturday at 12:10 p.m. Police said that Ibrahim was observed rubbing his groin on the victim’s buttocks on an uptown 5 train. Police said that Ibrahim and the victim did not know each other.

MAN NABBED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ AT BAG SHOP

Police arrested 23-year-old Jesse Rivera for assault in front of Broadway Bags at 1179 Broadway last Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Rivera got into an argument with an employee at the store and allegedly punched the victim in the face. Police said that he also slammed the victim’s left arm into a glass case in the store, causing serious physical injury and pain. EMS removed the victim to Bellevue Hospital.

TEEN BUSTED FOR PHONE THEFT

Police arrested a teenager for grand larceny and possession of stolen property last Wednesday at 4:41 p.m. inside Good Shepherd Services at 337 East 17th Street. Police said that the teen grabbed a social worker’s phone from her hand without permission while the social worker was using it. The teen then fled the scene but was later arrested.

TEENS BUSTED FOR

‘BREAKDANCING’ ON L TRAIN

An eighteen-year-old and two other teenagers for reckless endangerment at the corner of Union Square East and East 14th Street last Friday at 8:42 p.m. Police said the teens were breakdancing and performing acrobatic moves aboard a moving L train, creating a reckless condition of substantial risk of serious physical injury to himself and others without permission or authority to do so.

ASSAULT ON EAST 16TH STREET

Police arrested 34-year-old Kyle Sweeney for assault in front of 114 East 16th Street last Friday at 12:11 a.m. Police said that Sweeney punched the victim in the face, causing bleeding and swelling to his upper lip. No further information was available about how the dispute started.

MAN ARRESTED FOR

‘TRESPASSING’ AT MCDONALD’S

Police arrested 26-year-old Louis Smith for criminal trespass inside the McDonald’s at 39 Union Square West last Thursday at 11:30 p.m. An employee told Smith to leave the establishment multiple times but allegedly refused. Police said that they also told him numerous times that he couldn’t stay inside the building based on their rules and policies and he allegedly put up a fight while being detained in handcuffs. Smith was also charged with resisting arrest.

MAN BUSTED FOR ‘URINATING’

AT BROADWAY AND WEST 28TH

Police arrested 56-year-old Ronald Braga for an unclassified violation on the corner of Broadway and West 28th Street last Friday at 6:42 a.m. Police said that Braga was urinating on a public sidewalk in plain view and he allegedly did not possess a valid ID.

MAN NABBED FOR ‘TRESPASSING’

IN EAST 28TH ST. BUILDING

Police arrested 25-year-old Troy Davidson for criminal trespass and possession of marijuana inside 224 East 28th Street last Saturday at 12:40 a.m. Police said that Davidson was trespassing on the 19th floor stairwell inside the building but he is not a resident there. Police said that he wasn’t an invited guest of anyone in the building and did not have legitimate business there. He was in possession of alleged marijuana that was in his right front jacket pocket.

‘DISORDERLY’ MAN ARRESTED

AT THIRD AND EAST 23RD

Police arrested 27-year-old James Glogovski for disorderly conduct at the corner of Third Avenue and East 23rd Street last Saturday at 4:15 a.m. Police responded to the location because of a report of theft of service. Glogovski was intoxicated and sleeping in the back of a cab and did not respond to repeated attempts to wake up and pay the fare. When he finally awoke, he allegedly became verbally abusive with officers. Police said that he refused to step out of the street onto the sidewalk and began to escalate his “disorderly” behavior. He allegedly flailed his arms and refused to comply with repeated requests by officers.

MAN BUSTED FOR ‘STOLEN’ DEBIT CARD

Police arrested 46-year-old Oscar Diaz last Thursday at 5:05 p.m. inside the 13th Precinct for grand larceny. Police said that Diaz took the victim’s debit card and used it to make a purchase at Bath and Body Works.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘DAMAGED’ MIRROR

Police arrested 28-year-old Leon Jacobs for criminal mischief at the corner of Park Avenue South and East 17th Street last Tuesday at 12:05 p.m. Police said that Jacobs got into an argument with the victim and allegedly smacked the driver’s side window of the car, causing damage to the mirror.

 

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Police Watch: Shots fired on 14th Street, Handyman arrested for ‘burglary’, Girl punches cop

SHOTS FIRED ON 14TH STREET
Police arrested Patrick Perroud, 25, after he allegedly fired several shots from a gun in attempt to cause serious physical injuries on West 14th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. He was charged with assault, reckless endangerment and weapons possession.

OLIVE OIL DESTROYER
Anthony Digangi, 37, was arrested on June 30 for allegedly intentionally breaking 15 bottles of olive oil at the Garden of Eden food shop on West 23rd Street. Police said it wasn’t clear what prompted this and the value of the destroyed bottles was said to be $359.85. Digangi was charged with criminal mischief.

SUBWAY ‘PERV’ NABBED
Jason Washington, 22, was arrested at the Union Square subway after an officer saw him allegedly grinding onto a woman’s buttocks on a southbound express train. He was charged on June 30 at 9:47 a.m. with sexual abuse.

HANDYMAN CAUGHT ON CAMERA
Handyman Luis Colon, 32, was arrested for burglary on July 2 after a tenant in the building he works told police she caught him on camera at her apartment when she wasn’t home. The woman, who lives at 30 West 18th Street, has a camera in her bedroom and said when she checked it after work, saw Colon going through five different wallets and a jewelry box. She said that Colon had no reason or permission to be in her apartment at that time. Police arrested him while he was painting another apartment.

ASSAULT BY CHAIR
Police arrested Marco Natal, 38 for assault after he allegedly bashed someone over the head with a wooden chair at 4 Union Square South on July 2. The victim got cuts and bruises as a result and according to police, Natal made “spontaneous utterances” admitting to doing it.

GIRL PUNCHES COP
Police arrested a 16-year-old at the Good Shepherd Services home at 331 East 17th Street on July 4 for punching another girl and then the cop who came to investigate.
The officer arrived after a girl in the building said she was cleaning her room when the other teen, whose name is being withheld due to her tender age, approached her and punched her in the face. The punch caused swelling to the face of the victim, who also said she’s tired of the assailant hitting on her and they’ve had confrontations in the past. When an officer came to try and diffuse the situation, he said the suspect refused to sit down, and when apprehended, punched him, causing substantial pain.

BAD APPLES
Anthony Brown, 47, was busted at 319 East 28th Street on July 3 after police said he was trying to sell an Apple laptop and an iPad for $500 each. However, each of the computer boxes were actually filled with cut up paper, police said. He was charged with accosting and fraud.

CITY EMPLOYEE ARRESTED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ OF WIFE
Parks Department employee Luis Freyes, 30, was arrested on July 5 at 1:22 a.m. at First Avenue and 14th Street after allegedly attacking his wife.
The wife had told police they’d been on a bus and he was sleeping. When she woke him, he became very “irate” and shoved her and knocked her down, causing her to cut her face, police said. He then fled into the subway at the southeast corner of the intersection, but was apprehended when he returned to the location.

‘SWIPE’ SELLERS STOPPED
Police regularly arrest people who sell Metrocard swipes on the subway and the following individuals were collared for allegedly selling while also blocking turnstiles, obstructing the flow of traffic.
Casique Roman, 35, was arrested at the Union Square subway on June 30.
Daniel Abbastante, 40, was arrested on July 3 at the Union Square subway.
Scott Morales, 25, was arrested at the Union Square subway on July 3.
Edward Laramore, 30, was arrested at the Union Square subway on July 5.
Angelina Phillip, 31, was arrested at the Union Square subway on July 6.

‘COCAINE’ POSSESSION
Leonardo Ramirez, 23, was arrested after police saw him allegedly sneak under a turnstile at the Union Square subway. Upon searching him, an officer found a small glassine envelope of alleged cocaine in his shorts pocket.

CHARGED WITH DRUG SALES
Michael Bailes, 26, was arrested on June 30 at 4:48 p.m. at First Avenue and 14th Street for allegedly selling a controlled substance. Police said Bailes also resisted arrest by lying on top of his hands to avoid being cuffed.

DRINKING IN PUBLIC
Angel Reyes, 44, was allegedly seen by a cop holding a 24 oz. malt liquor beverage in Bellevue South Park on June 30 at around 8 p.m. Police said Reyes declined homeless outreach services.
Nearby at Second Avenue and 28th Street, David Ramos, 46, was arrested on July 2 at 9:24 a.m. for allegedly holding a bottle of Corona on a public sidewalk.
Isabelo Rodriguez was allegedly seen with an open bottle of Georgi vodka on a sidewalk at 332 East 29th Street.
Danielo Areis, 47, was allegedly seen with a can of Sapporo beer on a sidewalk in front of 41 Union Square West.

ASLEEP ON THE TRAIN
Police made a couple of arrests on July 1 of straphangers who’d fallen asleep on the train. Though the incidents occurred in the wee hours of the morning, police told T&V that occupying more than one seat is a crime any time, even when there’s little competition for seats.
Walter Allen, 51, was arrested at the Union Square subway after he was seeing allegedly lying across the seats on a southbound 4 train.
Juan Acosta, 35, was arrested at the Union Square Subway after allegedly occupying more than one seat on the 6 train.

BUSTED FOR SELLING CIGS
Dave Morris, 50, was arrested at East 14th Street and Union Square West after an officer spotted him allegedly selling two Newport looseys. Since Morris was not in possession of a tax stamp, he was charged on July 1 with violating tax law.

POT BUSTS
Jermaine Anderson, 30, was arrested on July 3 at East 26th Street and Park Avenue South after police said he crossed a crime scene. But after being told to move along, Anderson refused, cops said. After searching him, he was found to be in possession of alleged marijuana in his gym bag.
Omar Miller, 41, was arrested on July 1 at Fifth Avenue and 14th Street for allegedly selling pot to an undercover officer.
Nicholas Jean, 26, was arrested at Broadway and 23rd Street on July 2 after allegedly selling pot to an undercover officer. Police said Jean had seven active warrants.

WEAPONS POSSESSION
On July 2, Amir Mushal, 42, was seen by a cop allegedly carrying a gravity knife in his front pants pocket in plain view on the subway.
On July 3, Dimitri Rohen, 22, was allegedly seen by a cop with a knife clipped to his front pants pocket at the Union Square subway.

URENA TROUBLE
Police arrested Emmanuel Urena, 24, for allegedly urinating on a public sidewalk at 134 East 29th Street on July 4.

‘DRUNK’ DRIVING ARREST
Russell Nelson, 25, was stopped at Third Avenue and 24th Street after an officer saw him allegedly driving without using his headlights. Police said he was going east and when stopped, had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes and could only produce a non-driver’s ID. He was arrested on July 4 at 5:16 a.m.

Compiled by Sabina Mollot

 

Police looking for missing 15-year-old girl

ASIA BLOUNT

ASIA BLOUNT

The New York City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 15-year-old girl who was last seen on Friday, August 2, near Good Shepherd Services, a homeless shelter and organization for vulnerable youths on 337 East 17th Street.

The girl, Asia Blount, is described as black, 5 ft. 3 ins. and 120 lbs. On Friday, she was seen wearing a light blue shirt, blue pants and a black jacket.

Anyone with information in regards to this missing person is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or texting to 274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. All call are strictly confidential.