Police Watch: Bus driver accused of slapping special needs child, Slashing at Boxers

BUS DRIVER ACCUSED OF SLAPPING SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD OUTSIDE WATERSIDE
Police arrested 55-year-old Lucien Magliore for assault and endangering the welfare of a child in front of 10 Waterside Plaza last Tuesday at 9:08 a.m. Police said that Magliore, a bus driver, caused physical injury to one of the students who was on his bus while attempting to restrain him. Police said that the victim was a 10-year-old special needs child who was acting out on the bus. According to the District Attorney’s office, Magliore slapped the victim on the back, causing substantial pain, redness and a handprint on the child’s upper back.

MAN ARRESTED FOR SLASHING AT BOXERS
Police arrested 25-year-old Tevin Gingles for slashing two people inside Boxers NYC, a gay sports bar, at 37 West 20th Street.
One of the victims told police that on March 26 at 2 a.m. he was trying to breaking up a fight at the bar that involved his friend. That’s when Gingles allegedly slashed him in the shoulder with a box cutter, causing a puncture wound.
Gingles also allegedly slashed another victim on the right hand, causing a deep cut.
Following the incident, the first victim got into a cab and went to Harlem Hospital, where he received 16 stitches. The second victim received five stitches for the cut on his hand.
Gingles was arrested inside the 13th Precinct last Wednesday at 9 p.m. and was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

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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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