Police Watch: Senior stabbed in store robbery, man arrested for flipping table

SENIOR STABBED IN SIXTH AVENUE STORE ROBBERY
Police are on the lookout for three robbers, one of whom stabbed a 63-year-old man working at Xcellent DVD store at 515 Sixth Avenue before the trio made off with the cash register.
The men entered the Sunday at 4:40 a.m. and one of the suspects stabbed the victim in his left side before taking the cash register, which contained an undetermined amount of cash. The suspects fled the store West 13th Street towards heading west towards Seventh Avenue. The victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital where he was treated and released.
One of the suspects was described as a black man, approximately 5’8” tall, 160 lbs., and was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt and a surgical mask. The second suspect was described as a white or Hispanic man, approximately 6’0” tall, 170 lbs., and was last seen wearing a camouflage jacket. The third suspect is described as a white man who was last seen wearing a red and black flannel jacket. Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS. The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the website or texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are kept strictly confidential.

MAN ARRESTED FOR FLIPPING TABLE AFTER DEMANDING MILLER LITE
Police arrested 33-year-old Anthony Williams after he allegedly flipped a table and injured an employee inside Bistango at 415 Third Avenue last Friday at 11:15 p.m. Police said that Williams walked into the restaurant and demanded a Miller Lite. An employee told Williams that the restaurant doesn’t sell Miller Lite and asked him to leave. In response, Williams allegedly flipped a table over, causing bruising to the victim’s ribs. Police said that multiple glasses and plates broke when Williams knocked the table over. Williams allegedly fled the restaurant and when he was stopped by police, he allegedly swung a bag containing two beers at the officer. He was ultimately arrested in front of 535 Second Avenue. He was charged with resisting arrest, assault and criminal mischief.

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Police Watch: Woman arrested for mugging senior, Man wanted for Herald Square groping

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR MUGGING ELDERLY WOMAN
Police arrested 49-year-old Lillian Maduro on Monday for an attempted robbery that took place on Tuesday, September 27 at noon near Fifth Avenue and West 12th Street. Police said that Maduro approached a 90-year-old woman and tried to snatch her duffle bag from the front of her utility cart. When the victim tried to prevent Maduro from taking the bag, the suspect allegedly knocked her to the ground and continued to pull at the bag. Police said that the victim managed to fight Maduro off and retained possession of her bag while Maduro allegedly fled east on East 12th Street. The victim was treated at Mount Sinai Beth Israel for cuts to her right arm and middle finger.

Groping suspect

Groping suspect

MAN WANTED FOR GROPING IN HERALD SQUARE
Police are looking for a man in connection with a groping incident near Herald Square in October. A 31-year-old woman reported that an unidentified man grabbed her buttocks while on the downtown BDFM platform on Tuesday, October 4 around 11 a.m. The man fled the station to the street. The victim described him as 25-35 years old, 5’10”, 180 lbs. with a slim build and black hair. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at nypdcrimestoppers.com or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.

Bank robbery suspect

Bank robbery suspect

WOMAN WANTED FOR PARK AVE. BANK ROBBERY
Police are looking for a woman who committed a bank robbery in the Midtown South Precinct earlier this month. The suspect strolled into the Chase Bank at 2 Park Avenue between 32nd and 33rd Streets last Saturday around 3 p.m., approached a bank teller and passed a note demanding money. The teller complied and the suspect fled the bank with an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect has a light complexion, in her late 30s, 5’4” and 150 lbs. and was last seen wearing a black pea coat, black pants, white sneakers, black sunglasses and a black and white Yankee baseball cap. Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or for Spanish 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers Website at nypdcrimestoppers.com or texting their tips to 274637(CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.

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Police Watch: Knife-point robbery in Union Square, Man busted for ransoming found cell phone

MAN BUSTED FOR KNIFE-POINT ROBBERY IN UNION SQUARE
Police arrested 31-year-old Kevin Ullah for robbery in front of 28 Union Square East last Wednesday at 10:31 a.m. The victim said that she was sitting on a bench in Union Square Park when Ullah sat down on the same one. Ullah then allegedly stood up, pulled out a knife and demanded her phone and wallet. After she handed them over, she said that Ullah walked away and she followed him. A witness who saw the incident followed Ullah with the victim while on the phone with the police. Police said that Ullah was walking in the direction of Barnes and Noble and was arrested at the northwest corner of East 17th Street and Union Square West. Ullah was also charged with menacing and weapons possession.

MAN ARRESTED FOR RANSOMING CELL PHONE
Thirty-year-old Christopher Horn was arrested for grand larceny by extortion at the corner of Fifth Avenue and West 23rd Street last Monday at 8:27 p.m. The victim told police that her father received a text message that said, “Found your daughter’s cell phone if you want it back.” They agreed to meet at the Bank of America at West 23rd Street and Fifth to make the exchange. Police said that Horn met the victim’s father there but when officers who accompanied him moved in to speak with Horn, he allegedly decided to run. Police said that Horn struggled with the officers and pepper spray was used to subdue him. Horn allegedly flailed his arms and did not allow officers to handcuff him. He was also charged with resisting arrest.

MAN NABBED FOR PHONE THEFT AT MOUNT SINAI BETH ISRAEL
Police arrested 44-year-old Luis Alviero for petit larceny last Monday at 8 a.m. inside the 13th precinct. Police said that Alviero went into a patient’s room at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital at 281 First Avenue and took his cell phone.

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Police Watch: Man arrested for trespassing in Stuy Town, Man busted for sex abuse in Union Square

MAN BUSTED FOR TRESPASSING IN STUY TOWN APARTMENT
Police arrested 24-year-old Bernadino Romero for trespassing inside 651 East 14th Street last Tuesday at 1 a.m. The victim told police that he went outside with his wife to walk his dog and returned to find Romero allegedly leaving his apartment. Police said that the victim held Romero there for public safety officers.
The District Attorney’s office said that Romero accepted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal with one day of community service on the day of his arraignment last Tuesday.
A spokesperson for StuyTown Property Services said that this was an isolated incident.
“We are pleased with the quick response by public safety and the NYPD whose strong partnership helps ensure the safety of our residents,” the representative said.

MAN BUSTED FOR SEX ABUSE NEAR UNION SQUARE WENDY’S
Police arrested 39-year-old David Coleman for sexual abuse in front of 1 Union Square West after he allegedly smacked a woman’s buttocks.
It was Friday at around 9 p.m. when the victim said she was standing on the corner and felt someone hit her hard on the buttocks, causing her pain and alarm. She then saw Coleman walk past her with no one else in the immediate area. Multiple witnesses said that they saw him do it before he strolled into Wendy’s at 20 East 14th Street. Police soon positively identified the man at the restaurant, but when they ordered him to put his hands behind his back, he allegedly tensed his body and refused to be handcuffed.
Police noted that the suspect spontaneously said, “Yeah, I bumped her yo.” Coleman was also charged with resisting arrest.

MAN ‘PULLED KNIFE, MADE THREATS’ AT SECOND AND EAST 14TH
Police arrested 49-year-old Angel Ortiz at the corner of Second Avenue and East 14th Street last Tuesday at 10:50 p.m. after allegedly threatening people on the sidewalk. Police said that Ortiz was walking east on East 14th Street while wielding a knife and he allegedly refused orders from police to drop the knife while he was walking towards pedestrians.
Ortiz was charged with resisting arrest, menacing, reckless endangerment, weapons possession, harassment and disorderly conduct. Police said that Ortiz also entered a nearby store and stole property. He was charged with petit larceny and possession of stolen property in connection with that incident.

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Police Watch: Man arrested for residential burglary, Incense vendor busted for assault

MAN ARRESTED FOR EAST 25TH ST. BURGLARY
Police arrested 55-year-old Daniel Rivera for burglary last Tuesday at 10:35 a.m. inside the 13th Precinct. Police said that Rivera entered the duplex apartment of 214 East 25th Street on the first floor through the back of the building through a window on May 29 and allegedly stole things from the home.

MEN BUSTED FOR SELLING ‘FAKE’ CONCERT TICKETS
Police arrested 37-year-old Arnold Conyers for hawking allegedly phony concert tickets in front of 15 Irving Place last Tuesday. Police said that at 6:05 p.m., a plainclothes officer saw Conyers selling the allegedly forged tickets to a concertgoer in front of the location. When he was searched, police said that he was in possession of 11 forged tickets, a gravity knife and mace. He’s been charged with weapons possession and forgery.
In a separate incident, 30-year-old Jamar Moore and 44-year-old Garland Reeves were arrested for allegedly pulling a similar act and possession of marijuana in front of 10 Union Square East last Saturday at 6:32 p.m. Police said that Moore attempted to sell fraudulent Tame Impala tickets for a sold-out concert in Prospect Park and he was allegedly in possession of the fraudulent tickets. Reeves was allegedly working with Moore to sell the fraudulent concert tickets. Both Moore and Reeves were in possession of alleged marijuana.

INCENSE VENDOR ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT
Police arrested 41-year-old Donel Milling for allegedly assaulting a female customer in front of 675 Sixth Avenue last Thursday at 8:44 p.m. The victim said that she was buying incense from Milling, who was in front of the location, when they got into an argument. The victim reported that Milling grabbed her and slammed her against a truck. She said that he then punched her on the side of her head and above her mouth, causing a cut on her lip. Milling allegedly fled north on Sixth Avenue and was seen selling incense at West 33rd Street and Sixth Avenue, where he was arrested.

MAN ARRESTED FOR HEROIN IN UNION SQUARE
Police arrested 48-year-old William Lowndes for possession of a controlled substance at the corner of Union Square East and East 15th Street last Thursday at 4:28 p.m. Police said that Lowndes was in possession of a controlled substance in a public place in public view. He was also allegedly in possession of five individual glassine envelopes of heroin that were in his wallet.
Lowndes was also charged for aggravated harassment at the precinct later the same day when police found that he had allegedly sent numerous unwanted emails and made numerous unwanted phone calls to a victim.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘COCAINE’ IN F/M STATION
Police arrested 48-year-old Timmy Thomas for possession of a controlled substance inside the subway station at Sixth Avenue and West 14th Street last Friday at 10:26 p.m. Police said that Thomas was in the mezzanine area of the station sniffing a white powder in public view. Thomas allegedly said that it was cocaine and that someone had given it to him on the train.

SCOFFLAW CYCLIST ARRESTED FOR STOLEN CREDIT CARD
Police arrested 56-year-old Charles Terry for possession of stolen property inside Union Square Park last Wednesday at 5:23 p.m. Police said that Terry was seen riding a bicycle through the south plaza of the park, disobeying park rules. When an officer asked him for identification, Terry was allegedly in possession of an American Express card with a different name on it.

‘DRUNK’ DRIVER ARRESTED ON FDR
Police arrested 34-year-old Jose Diaz for intoxicated driving on the FDR Drive last Thursday at 9:04 a.m. A highway patrol officer saw Diaz driving a commercial vehicle on the FDR. When he pulled Diaz over, he found that the suspect allegedly had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath as well as bloodshot, watery eyes. Police said that Diaz only had a New Jersey state ID card and was not properly licensed.

MAN ARRESTED FOR SELLING LOOSIES
Sixty-year-old Danny Glover was arrested for a tax law violation in front of 5 Union Square West last Tuesday at 4:04 p.m. Police said that Glover was selling loose cigarettes for cash.

Police Watch: Home Depot employee ‘threatens’ shooting, Man arrested for ‘arson’

HOME DEPOT EMPLOYEE ACCUSED OF THREATENING COPYCAT SHOOTING
Police arrested 31-year-old Home Depot employee Rafael Borbon the day after he allegedly threatened a copycat attack of a shooting earlier this year at the store at 40 West 23rd Street. Borbon, who was charged with stalking and harassment inside the 13th precinct on Saturday, allegedly told one of his coworkers that he wanted to leave his job “how Calvin did,” in reference to Calvin Esdaile, another Home Depot employee who had fatally shot a manager at the store in January before killing himself.
According to the criminal complaint, Borbon first mentioned his idea last Wednesday and allegedly told a co-worker that he would do it “bigger and better” and would use an AK-47 instead of a handgun to shoot the store managers.
His co-worker said that they discussed Borbon’s alleged plan again last Friday.
“I thought about what we talked about before,” he reportedly said. “I’d like to do it. Except when I do it, they’ll need more ambulances and more priests.”
The co-worker told police that Borbon’s statements put her in fear for her personal safety and for the safety of her co-workers.
Borbon was arraigned on Sunday and released on his own recognizance. His next court date is on January 21 and a temporary order of protection was issued, prohibiting him from entering the store.

MAN ARRESTED AT SHELTER FOR ‘THREATS’
Police arrested 33-year-old Jamel Cobb for aggravated harassment last Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. inside the 30th Street Men’s Shelter at 400 East 30th Street. The victim told police that Cobb called her on November 16, and he allegedly threatened to come to her house and shoot her.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘ARSON’ IN FIRST AVENUE APARTMENT
Police arrested 57-year-old Christophe Gay for arson, reckless endangerment and criminal mischief last Friday at 9:54 p.m. at the corner of First Avenue and East 22nd Street. Police said that after arguing with his boyfriend, Gay destroyed property in their home that belonged to both of them, then set fire to property in their kitchen. He allegedly took a photograph of the remains and sent it via text message to his boyfriend with the message, “How do you like this?” The fire was deemed incendiary by the fire marshal.

MAN BREAKS WINDOW AT NO. 1 CHINESE RESTAURANT
Twenty-nine-year-old Jamel McMillian was arrested for criminal mischief in front of No. 1 Chinese Restaurant at 265 First Avenue last Friday at 12:12 p.m. An employee at the restaurant between 15th and 16th Streets told police that he asked McMillian to leave and when McMillian exited, he allegedly kicked the glass plate front window, causing it to break. The employee said that the window was valued at approximately $1,000.

TEEN ARRESTED FOR STOLEN IPHONE
Police arrested a teenager for petit larceny and possession of stolen property in front of the CVS store at 253 First Avenue last Saturday at 1:10 p.m. After stopping the teen and searching him, police found that he was in possession of an iPhone that wasn’t his. Police said that the teen is currently a student at the New Design High School at Essex and Grand Street and his name is being withheld due to his age.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘GROPING’ WOMAN
Police arrested 36-year-old Solomon Miller for sexual abuse inside Trevi Coffee Shop at 48 Union Square East last Wednesday at 9:17 a.m. The victim told police that while entering the deli, Miller allegedly grabbed her butt.

MAN BUSTED FOR STROLLER ‘THEFT’
Police arrested 41-year-old Michael Ballard for burglary and possession of stolen property last Wednesday at 3:44 p.m. inside 214 East 25th Street. Police were responding to a call in the area about a suspicious man on the block related to a recent burglary. Police saw Ballard walking away from where the incident occurred. The victim told police that Ballard had followed her into her building and claimed that he lived there. After he followed her inside, he allegedly walked out with her baby stroller. Police found Ballard after searching the area.

MAN ARRESTED FOR CD ‘FORGERIES’
Forty-year-old Vashon Watts was arrested for the manufacture of unauthorized recordings at the corner of Third Avenue and East 29th Street last Monday at 10:54 a.m. Watts was initially stopped for an alleged traffic infraction. Police said that he denied having identification and knowingly misrepresented his name and date of birth even when advised that doing so was a crime. Once he relented and produced his valid ID card, police found that his license was allegedly suspended. He was also in possession of 345 allegedly counterfeit CDs. Watts was also charged with forgery, impersonation of a public servant, an unclassified traffic misdemeanor and unlicensed operator.

MEN ARRESTED FOR SELLING ‘LOOSIES’
Police arrested two people last week for selling loose cigarettes, charging them with a violation of tax law and unlawful peddling.
Eric Johnson, 46, in front of 109 East 16th Street last Tuesday at 1:19 p.m. Police said that Johnson was selling untaxed cigarettes for cash on a public sidewalk and did not have a vendor license.
Police arrested 31-year-old Johnny Grima last Friday at 8:06 a.m. at the corner of East 14th Street and Union Square East. Grima was allegedly selling one pack of cigarettes on the sidewalk for cash without a vendor’s license.

TWO ARRESTED IN BROADWAY ‘DRUG DEAL’
Police arrested two people involved in a drug deal in front of 1165 Broadway last Thursday at 8:02 p.m. Alexis McGregor, 33, and Curtis Jones, 27, were both charged with possession of marijuana. McGregor was additionally charged with forgery and Jones was also charged with resisting arrest and sale of marijuana. Police said that McGregor was sitting in his car when Jones approached him and handed him a bag of alleged marijuana in exchange for cash. His temporary vehicle plate was also discovered to be altered and therefore invalid, police said.
When McGregor and Jones were stopped, Jones allegedly began spitting at officers and kicked at police to prevent the officer from placing him in handcuffs.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘DRUGS’ ON EAST 25TH
Nineteen-year-old Justin Rowe was arrested for possession of a controlled substance in front of 240 East 25th Street last Saturday at 11:19 p.m. Police said that Rowe was in possession of a quantity of alleged cocaine.

TURNSTILE ‘JUMPER’ BUSTED FOR ‘DRUGS’
Police arrested 31-year-old Miguel Fernandez for theft of services inside the Union Square subway station at Union Square East and East 14th Street last Wednesday at 9:10 a.m. Police said that Fernandez walked through the emergency exit gate in the station to avoid paying the fare and also remained in the station unlawfully. When he was searched, he was also found to be in possession of an alleged hypodermic needle and a small clear bottle of pills with no label or name on it, police said. He was also charged with possession of a hypodermic instrument, possession of a controlled substance and criminal trespass.

Police Watch: Man arrested for ‘gun’ and ‘cocaine,’ Taxi driver robbed at knifepoint

Loaded . 22 caliber Derringer allegedly found in Mark Nickay’s pocket

Loaded . 22 caliber Derringer allegedly found in Mark Nickay’s pocket

MAN ARRESTED FOR LOADED ‘GUN’ AND STASH OF COCAINE AND PILLS ON EAST 38TH
Police arrested 51-year-old Florida resident Mark Nickay for allegedly carrying a gun while also carrying a huge stash of drugs that included cocaine, crack cocaine and pills in his minivan.
Police were patrolling in the vicinity of Second Avenue and East 38th Street on Saturday at 12:53 a.m. when they saw Nickay standing in the street near a minivan with 32-year-old Leonard Ndue. Nickay, they said, was holding an open bottle of Corona. The officers exited their patrol vehicle and began to approach the men when they said that they saw Nickay throw a bag underneath the rear of the vehicle as he began to walk towards Second Avenue.
One of the officers stopped Nickay while another confronted Ndue. Police said that when the officer started to speak to Nickay, he saw Nickay trying to reach his hand into his pants pocket.
The officer prevented him from reaching into his pocket and discovered an alleged .22 caliber Derringer that was loaded from the suspect’s pocket. The officer who arrested Nickay retrieved the bag that had been thrown under the van and found 21 small bags of alleged cocaine, 10 bags of alleged crack cocaine and dozens of alleged pharmaceutical pills.
While Nickay was being arrested, Ndue allegedly attempted to intervene and was also arrested, and was charged with obstruction of governmental administration and resisting arrest. Nickay was arrested for criminal possession of a loaded firearm, criminal possession of a controlled substance and open alcoholic beverage.

MAN ARRESTED FOR KNIFEPOINT ‘ROBBERY’ IN FRONT OF BELLEVUE HOSPITAL
Police arrested 23-year-old Daniel Leli for robbery in front of Bellevue Hospital at 462 First Avenue last Monday at 11:02 a.m.
A taxi driver told police that he was robbed at knifepoint by a customer in his cab. When stopped at a red light at East 28th Street and First Avenue, Leli hailed the cab and asked to go to East 23rd Street and Third Avenue. The victim said that while stopped at a red light at East 29th Street and Second Avenue, Leli allegedly reached through the partition, held a knife to the driver’s neck and said, “Give me money or I’ll stab you in the neck.”
The victim pulled cash out of his pocket and Leli allegedly said, “Give me $40.” The driver handed over $40 and police said that Leli then fled on foot, north on Second Avenue.
While looking through footage around Bellevue Hospital, police saw Leli, who matched the victim’s description of the suspect, standing in front of the hospital. The victim positively identified Leli as the man who had robbed him and he was arrested. Leli was also charged with weapons possession and menacing.

ANOTHER COUPLE ARRESTED FOR SEX IN PUBLIC
One week after a couple was arrested for allegedly getting frisky on the sidewalk on Irving Place, police arrested another couple for public lewdness inside a stairwell at 344 East 28th Street last Wednesday at 9:46 p.m. Latisha Foster, 41, and Mamadu Diallo, 29, were also charged with criminal trespass and an unclassified violation. Police said that Foster had her pants at her ankles and was bent over, exposing her genitals to Diallo, who also allegedly had his pants around his ankles and was masturbating. Upon further investigation, police found that neither Foster nor Diallo lived in the building.
Diallo was also charged with resisting arrest and police said that he pulled his arms away from his body in an attempt to avoid being handcuffed and once he was handcuffed, he fell to the floor and allegedly began kicking in a violent manner.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ OF BELLEVUE OFFICER
Police arrested 26-year-old Brian Forkos for assault of a peace officer and harassment inside Bellevue Hospital at 462 First Avenue last Friday at 3:30 a.m. Forkos allegedly spat in the face of the officer who was assigned to guard him. Police said that the victim was exposed to an unspecified communicable disease and Forkos allegedly told the officer that he is HIV positive.

IRATE IHOP CUSTOMER BUSTED FOR ‘ASSAULT’
Police arrested 35-year-old Lennox Pierre for assault of a peace officer last Friday at 6 a.m. in front of 255 First Avenue. Pierre was attempting to pay his bill at IHOP inside 235 East 14th Street around 5:15 a.m. when his debit and credit cards were declined. Police were called and officers who responded to the scene agreed to escort him to an ATM so he could get cash. When Pierre’s card failed to work at the ATM, police said that he got combative and when they tried to place him under arrest, he allegedly punched one of the officers in the face. Police said that he also resisted arrest by flailing his arms and legs, prohibiting them from putting him in handcuffs. Pierre also allegedly reached for an officer’s firearm, attempting to remove it from its holster.

DANCE STUDIO OWNER BUSTED AT HIS OWN PARTY
Police arrested 56-year-old Zackary Engel for a violation of alcoholic beverage control law and an unclassified violation at his dance studio, Zack’s Dance Loft, at 37 East 28th Street last Saturday at 2:09 a.m. Engel was allegedly acting as the manager of a party inside the studio location and was charging a fee for entrance. Engel called police when he lost control over a large group that was entering the establishment. Police said that Engel was allowing drinking and smoking inside the building, and had also allegedly failed to provide proper security, allowing weapons inside the premises.

MAN ARRESTED FOR TOY GUN ‘ASSAULT’ ON HALLOWEEN
Police arrested 45-year-old Eric Diaz for assault and criminal mischief at the corner of Third Avenue and East 29th Street on Halloween at 7:52 p.m. Diaz entered a nearby store and after being refused service, he allegedly knocked over a stand of peanuts. When an employee attempted to get Diaz to leave the store, the suspect allegedly hit the employee with a costume gun holster, causing a bruise to his left thumb. Police said that Diaz also intentionally broke five bottles of ginseng worth approximately $15 and four bottles of five hour energy worth about $14.

WOMAN NABBED FOR ‘COCAINE’
Police arrested 22-year-old Leslie Dempsey for possession of a controlled substance in front of 16 East 23rd Street last Sunday at 1:10 a.m. Dempsey was snorting alleged cocaine on a public street and when she was stopped, police said that she was in possession of additional alleged cocaine.

MAN NABBED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ AT SIXTH AND WEST 19TH
Police arrested 27-year-old Joshua Williams for assault and disorderly conduct at the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 19th Street last Saturday at 9:58 p.m. Williams was allegedly acting in a disorderly manner and was told to move because he was blocking pedestrian traffic. He then allegedly pushed the victim in the chest with two hands into a metal barrier. The victim fell through the barrier, causing a serious injury.

MAN NABBED FOR ‘STOLEN’ RENTAL CAR
Police arrested 21-year-old Sharron Kermon for unauthorized use of vehicle in front of 245 East 25th Street last Thursday at 12:35 p.m. Police were responding at the location to a report of a stolen vehicle and found that a car parked nearby had been reported as stolen by Enterprise Car Rental Company. Police requested that the vehicle be towed and while waiting for the tow company, police said that Kermon was seen entering the vehicle without permission. Upon further investigation, the Enterprise Rental agreement showed that he was allegedly using the vehicle unlawfully and was not on the rental agreement.

Police Watch: Man stabbed in Bellevue hospital garden, Teens arrested for ‘assault’

KNIFE ATTACK AT BELLEVUE HOSPITAL GARDEN
Police arrested 28-year-old Francis Salud for allegedly stabbing a man in the garden behind Bellevue Hospital.
Police said that the incident took place on October 18 at 11 a.m. with Salud allegedly hitting the victim, who they said was working onsite, with a knife, causing multiple deep gashes to his arm and left torso. According to the District Attorney’s office, Salud and the victim knew each other and the victim needed 73 stitches for the injury. Salud was charged with assault and weapons possession at the 13th Precinct last Monday at 10:15 a.m.
When asked for comment, a spokesperson for Bellevue denied the victim was an employee, but wouldn’t provide further information.

COUPLE ARRESTED FOR SEX ON SIDEWALK
Police arrested a couple on Irving Place and East 14th Street last Wednesday for allegedly having sex in public. Trevor Cline, 25, and Kelly Collins, 38, were allegedly having sexual intercourse on a public sidewalk. Collins was charged with public lewdness and performance of obscenity. Police said that Cline resisted arrest by flailing his arms and going limp, and he was charged with resisting arrest, as well as disorderly conduct, public lewdness and obscene material.

THREE TEENS ARRESTED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ ON FIRST AVENUE
Eighteen-year-old Dominique Etheridge and two other teenagers were arrested for assault in front of the CVS pharmacy at 253 First Avenue between 14th and 15th Streets last Tuesday at 12:48 a.m. Police said that the fight started after an argument and two of the teens punched the victim and kicked him. Etheridge allegedly wrapped his arms around the victim and punched him in the ribs and stomach multiple times. The names of the two teens are being withheld because of their age.

‘MUGGERS’ ARRESTED ON THIRD AVENUE
Police arrested 22-year-olds Dontay Johnson and Joseph Adams for robbery in front of a Duane Reade store at 125 Third Avenue last Saturday at 5:15 a.m. Johnson, Adams and two other people who weren’t arrested allegedly surrounded the victim at the location between 14th and 15th Streets and demanded money. Police said that one of the suspects snatched the victim’s debit card from his hand. The suspects allegedly attempted to flee but Adams and Johnson were arrested. Johnson was also charged with possession of a controlled substance because he was allegedly in possession of four bags of cocaine.

‘TRESPASSER’ PREVIOUSLY NABBED FOR ALLEGED PUBLIC LEWDNESS RETURNS
Police arrested 37-year-old Anton Liverpool for criminal trespass inside 1158 Broadway at 27th Street last Tuesday at 9:37 a.m. Liverpool allegedly remained in the location without permission to be there. After he was brought to the 13th Precinct, he was also charged with two counts of public lewdness for earlier incidents that took place on October 13. Police said that he had been masturbating outside the same building. He was later additionally charged with two counts of burglary, possession of stolen property and petit larceny. He allegedly broke into 1158 Broadway on October 12 and stole watches and perfume when the store there was closed.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘STOLEN’ RETURN FROM HOME DEPOT
Police arrested 53-year-old James Poindexter for petit larceny and possession of stolen property in front of the Home Depot at 40 West 23rd Street last Wednesday at 1:59 p.m. Poindexter allegedly approached a group of undercover officers and asked them to return property to the store for him. Police said that he told them someone had stolen the item from the store and gave it to him to return in exchange for store credit. Poindexter was allegedly attempting to defraud Home Depot for the value of the stolen merchandise.

ARREST MADE IN GRAMERCY FOR ‘MDMA’ ROCK AND ‘COCAINE’
Police arrested two people for drugs in front of 285 Third Avenue between East 22nd and 23rd Streets last Friday at 5:15 a.m. Jacob Fashakin, 27, was charged with intent to sell a controlled substance, possession of stolen property and possession of marijuana and 22-year-old Timothy Orlando was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. Fashakin was found to be in possession of a large rock form of alleged MDMA, a medium-sized ziplock bag of alleged vegetative marijuana and a credit card that police said was stolen. Police said that he was also in possession of various drug packaging and a scale. Orlando was in possession of three small ziplock bags of alleged cocaine and a small alleged marijuana cigarette.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘SUSPENDED’ LICENSE AFTER HITTING PEDESTRIAN
Fifty-year-old Helio Bodini was arrested for an unclassified traffic misdemeanor and was charged as an unlicensed operator in front of 114 West 27th Street last Friday at 2:28 p.m. Police were responding to a car accident at the location, where Bodini was driving and accidentally hit a pedestrian. Upon further investigation, police found that Bodini’s license had been previously suspended and revoked. It had been suspended and revoked on two different occasions because he was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, in one instance allegedly driving with at least .08 BAC in 2008, and was also suspended because he allegedly failed to pay a driver responsibility assessment.

‘POT’ SMOKER ARRESTED FOR PREVIOUS ALLEGED ROBBERY
Police arrested 35-year-old Tonisha Jordan for possession of marijuana inside 344 East 28th Street last Saturday at 12:14 a.m. and was also charged with an alleged previous robbery. Police said that at the time of her arrest, she was smoking marijuana in a stairwell at the building and upon further investigation, found that she and three men allegedly punched and dragged a 69-year-old man to the ground, causing bruising and swelling to his face. Police said that Jordan stole a gold chain with the letter P from the victim.

PAIR ARRESTED FOR ‘ASSAULT’ AT BROADWAY AND WEST 27TH
Police arrested 23-year-old Kenneth Arias and 36-year-old Leonardo Arias for assault at the corner of Broadway and West 27th Street last Saturday at 10:10 p.m. Police said that the two men punched the victim in the head, causing pain, swelling and a small cut. Police said that the two men arrested got into an argument with a third person, but there was no additional information about what started the dispute.

Police Watch: Waterside Plaza heroin bust, senior missing from East 6th

HEROIN BUST AT WATERSIDE

Police arrested 45-year-old Joseph Hirsch for intent to sell a controlled substance at 25 Waterside Plaza last Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Police had a warrant to search the address and Hirsch was allegedly in possession of a quantity of heroin and pills. He was also in possession of two scales, police said.

HEROIN ARRESTS ON WEST 25TH

Police arrested 28-year-old Abel Estevez and 28-year-old Yamile Irizarry for sale of a controlled substance at the corner of West 25th Street and Sixth Avenue last Wednesday at 4:58 p.m. Estevez and Irizarry allegedly sold a quantity of heroin to an undercover police officer.

CITIBIKE ‘THIEF’ NABBED

Forty-one-year-old Christian Damgaard was arrested for possession of stolen property in front of 35 West 27th Street last Saturday at 9:43 p.m. Damgaard was seen at the location unlocking a Citibike, which he had allegedly painted purple to conceal the Citibike name and serial number. He was unlocking the bike with his own personal lock and chain, police said. A check with Citibike found that the bike had last been docked at East 40th Street and Fifth Avenue on September 2 at 11:21 a.m. and hadn’t been returned since.

SENIOR MISSING FROM EAST 6TH ST. HOME
The NYPD is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person within the confines of the Ninth Precinct. Stephen Kritsky, 86, was last seen on Thursday, September 11 at approximately 12 p.m. inside his home at 230 East 6th Street. He is described as 5’9” and 125 lbs.   Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

MAN ARRESTED FOR TWO GUNS

Police arrested 29-year-old Raymond Williams for possession of a weapon last Wednesday at 4:35 p.m. Williams was found operating a rental car without being on a rental agreement. Pursuant to a search warrant, Williams was allegedly found to be in possession of two loaded .40 caliber semi automatic firearms. Both contained magazines capable of carrying 15 rounds, police said. Williams also allegedly admitted that he was in possession of two fraudulent credit cards.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ‘FOUR LOKO’
Police arrested 39-year-old William Morton for violating New York State laws at the corner of Union Square East and East 15th Street last Tuesday at 10:34 a.m. Morton was allegedly holding an open container of Four Loko in Union Square Park in plain view.

MAN BUSTED FOR ‘XANAX’

Forty-seven-year-old John Powers for possession of a controlled substance at the corner of Union Square East and East 15th Street last Tuesday at 4:01 p.m. Powers allegedly had an open container of Four Loko inside Union Square Park in public view. He was also in possession of Xanax pills and a pipe with alleged marijuana residue, police said.

MAN ARRESTED AFTER CAR ACCIDENT

Police arrested 48-year-old Emmanuel Bamfo for an unclassified traffic misdemeanor at Avenue C and East 23rd Street last Tuesday at 5:58 p.m. Bamfo was involved in an accident at the location and a license check found that Bamfo was allegedly operating the car with a suspended license. There were no injuries in the accident.

ARRESTED FOR ‘SUPREME’

Police arrested 46-year-old Thomas Scott for sale of a controlled substance in front of 107 East 14th Street last Tuesday at 4:20 p.m. He was allegedly selling a narcotic drug labeled Supreme.

MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT

Police arrested 21-year-old Gage Quinones for assault at the corner of Union Square East and East 15th Street last Sunday at 3:19 p.m. Quinones allegedly punched the victim in the face while they were having an argument inside Union Square Park.

DUANE READE ‘ROBBER’ BUSTED

Ron Cusick, 32, was arrested for grand larceny in front of the Duane Reade at 71 West 23rd Street last Saturday at 2:20 p.m. Cusick was attempting to flee from the store and when he was stopped by a loss prevention officer. Police found that he was allegedly in possession of a brown bag that concealed merchandise he was trying to take without paying. When the loss prevention officer was escorting Cusick to the office, he allegedly attempted to flee a second time. While he was cuffed and detained in the office, he pushed up his legs and caused damage to a printer, police said. He was also in possession of an alleged crack pipe.

MEN ARRESTED FOR SNORTING ‘COKE’

Police arrested 23-year-old Alejandro Vilasuso and 26-year-old Hojoong Kim for possession of a controlled substance in front of Molly’s bar at 287 Third Avenue last Sunday at 12:30 a.m. Vilasuso and Kim were allegedly snorting cocaine from their hands. Kim also allegedly dropped the bag of cocaine to the ground in an attempt to conceal it.

TEEN ARRESTED AT KIPS BAY GRISTEDES

Police arrested a teen for petit larceny in front of the Gristedes supermarket at 512 Second Avenue last Saturday at 1:22 p.m. Store security saw the teen take food from the store display and conceal it in a shoulder bag. The total amount of the items taken was $40.68. The teen is attending the Secondary School for Law in Brooklyn and is currently in the care of the ACS facility at 492 First Avenue.

UNLICENSED SUNGLASSES ‘VENDOR’ BUSTED

Police arrested 35-year-old Joseph Stuart for violating New York State laws in front of 33 Union Square West last Thursday at 5:31 p.m. Stuart was allegedly selling sunglasses on the street without a proper general vendor’s license.

SLEEPING IN CARDBOARD HOUSES
Joseph McMillan, 25, and Ramon Valdes, 63, were arrested in front of 13 West 27th Street last Wednesday at 6:22 a.m. for violating New York State laws. McMillan and Valdes were allegedly sleeping on a public sidewalk with cardboard boxes covering their bodies. Neither man had valid ID.