114th Pct. Blotter Highlights:
A burglar found that falling asleep on the job is a bad idea on Sunday, February 25. The perpetrator, a 25-year-old Hispanic male, broke into a residence on 48th Street, rummaged through drawers and other household belongings and then fell asleep on a couch. He was charged with burglary, criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
On the following day, Monday, February 26, a 53-year-old Asian male kicked a 41-year-old Asian female and threatened to strike her with a computer battery. The female responded by breaking the male's glasses. Both were charged with menacing and harassment and criminal mischief. The incident took place at 26-35 28th St.
+ Also on February 26. a 29-year-old Hispanic male tried to choke a 31-year-old black female during an argument at 71-11 Astoria Blvd.; she in turn threatened him with a knife. Both were charged with criminal mischief and harassment.
+ At 31st Avenue and 50th Street, a 38-year-old black male punched a victim. He was found to be wanted on three active warrants and charged with assault, harassment and disorderly conduct.
+ At 9-06 34th Ave., a 47-year-old white male punched a victim in the head and was charged with assault and harassment.
+ A 42-year-old black female was charged with robbery and criminal possession of stolen property after she was observed stealing merchandise from 31-60 Steinway St. and when confronted, pushed a victim.
+ A 17-year-old Hispanic male admitted to making graffiti on New York City Transit property and was charged with criminal mischief and making graffiti at the 114th Precinct station house, 34- 16 Astoria Blvd.
Saturday, February 24:
+ A 32-year-old white female was charged with assault, harassment and disorderly conduct after she punched a victim in the face at 25-18 50th St.
+ At 30-13 Broadway, a 23-year-old Hispanic female threw a glass plate at a victim's face, causing a laceration. She was charged with assault and harassment.
+ A 54-year-old white male violated a valid order of protection by entering and remaining in a victim's apartment at 42-15 34th Ave. He was charged with criminal contempt and criminal trespass.
+ Two Hispanic males 16 and 18 years old and a 17-year-old black male were charged with criminal possession of marijuana after they were found in possession of marijuana at Ditmars and Shore Boulevards.
Friday, February 23:
+ At 42-04 Ditmars Blvd., a 70-year-old white male placed his hands around a victim's neck, causing redness and scratches. He was charged with assault.
+ A 48-year-old black male stole a victim's purse at 50-37 Broadway and while fleeing the scene, attempted to steal a taxicab. When he was arrested, he was found in possession of a knife and a crack pipe. He was charged with robbery, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a controlled substance and petit larceny.
+ A 21-year-old white male was charged with criminal mischief and criminal trespass after he broke a victim's vehicle front and rear windshield and side view mirrors at 20-43 19 St.
+ A 41-year-old black male was charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property after he stole a victim's jewelry at 531 Main St., Roosevelt Island.
+ At 20 River Rd., Roosevelt Island, a 44-yearold white male slapped a victim several times in the face and was charged with assault, resisting arrest and harassment.
+ A 19-year-old black male exhibited violent behavior in public at Vernon Boulevard and 36th Avenue and was found in possession of marijuana. He was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct.
Thursday, February 22:
+ A 33-year-old black male was arrested at the 114th Precinct station house at 34-16 Astoria Blvd. and charged with criminal contempt after he violated a valid order of protection by approaching and calling a victim.
+ A 32-year-old Hispanic man blocking vehicular traffic at Queens Plaza North and 27th Street was found in possession of cocaine. He was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and disorderly conduct.
+ A 39-year-old Hispanic female was charged with loitering and disorderly conduct after she was observed stopping several vehicles and causing congestion at 37th Avenue and 11th Street.
+ Two Hispanic males 31 and 33 years old were charged with having an open container of an alcoholic beverage in public after they were seen with open beers in public at 31st Street and 36th Avenue.
Wednesday, February 21:
+ A 27-year-old white male entered 25-76 43 St. without permission and threatened to harm a victim with a baseball bat, which police later found in his vehicle. He was charged with burglary, aggravated harassment and criminal possession of a weapon.
+ A 29-year-old male was charged with menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment after he threatened a victim with a glass bottle and threatened to kill her family. The incident occurred at 11-46 Welling Ct.
+ A 49-year-old Asian male was charged with menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment after he kicked a victim and threatened the victim with a knife at Broadway and 38th Street.
+ A 34-year-old white male punched a victim in the face at 40-21 Astoria Blvd. and was charged with assault and harassment.
+ A 34-year-old Hispanic female and a 35-yearold Hispanic male were charged with robbery, assault, grand larceny, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon and possession of burglar's tools after they stole merchandise from 50-10 Northern Blvd. and stabbed an undercover store security guard in the hand with an ice pick.
+ A 45-year-old Hispanic male was observed at 30th Avenue and 30th Street selling food out of a cart without a food vendor's license. He was charged with violation of a local law and disorderly conduct.
Tuesday, February 20:
+ A 19-year-old white male punched a victim after getting into a vehicle accident at 30th Avenue and 33rd Street and was charged with assault.
+ A 61-year-old white male threw a chair at a victim and broke the victim's vacuum cleaner at 25- 77 31st St. He was charged with assault, criminal mischief and harassment.