Compiled By LIZ GOFF
Woman Assaults Attacker
Police last week arrested a 25-year-old Richmond Hill woman after she beat and attacked a man at her 121st Street home.
Cops said Alicia Jaggernauth kicked the man in the face and smashed a bowl over his head during a dispute at about 5:30 a.m. on July 4.
The man, who reported the incident several days later, suffered minor cuts to his head and lip, police sources said.
Jaggernauth was charged with assault at her arraignment at Queens Criminal Court.
Spurned Lover Attacks Ex
Police last week arrested a 37-year-old Queens man for sneaking into his ex-girlfriend’s Ozone Park home where he terrorized and assaulted her on June 24.
Police said Deosaran Ajodhia sneaked into the woman’s 113th Street home at about 11 a.m. on June 24 and hid behind a bedroom door.
Ajodhia grabbed the woman by the throat when she walked into the bathroom and shouted, “What does your new boyfriend have that I don’t?” He then choked the woman until she was unconscious and fled the home, the sources said.
Detectives at the 106th Precinct Squad caught up with Ajodhia on July 10 and charged him with assault, criminal trespass and harassment.
Surveillance Nabs Thief
An employee at a Woodside telecommunications shop got the shock of her life recently when she opened for business and spotted a man inside, police said.
The woman, a clerk at Jimmy’s Express on 52nd Street and Roosevelt Avenue, unlocked the door at about 9 a.m. on June 4 and found Jay Artingah inside the shop. Law enforcement sources said Artingah fled in an unknown direction when he realized he had been spotted. The employee called police after she discovered $23,000 missing from the store’s coffers
Police identified Artingah from a store surveillance video that showed him rummaging through the store after closing time.
Artingah was charged with burglary and grand larceny. Investigators are still trying to determine how Artingah gained entry to the store.
Munching Motorist Nabbed For
Assaulting Traffic Agent
A Queens motorist finished her lunch behind bars on July 9 after she assaulted a traffic agent who was writing her a ticket for illegal parking, police said.
Jacqueline Ramos was eating lunch while sitting behind the wheel of her car at about 11 a.m. on July 9 while parked in a “No Standing” zone on Avery Avenue and College Point Boulevard in Flushing.
When the traffic agent approached to write her a summons, Ramos hit the gas to flee and nearly hit the agent as she tried to speed away, police said.
Ramos then jumped from the car and confronted the agent, demanding to speak with her supervisor, police said. When the agent continued writing the summons, Ramos spat on the woman and tossed her half-eaten sandwich at the agent, police said.
Police responding to a 911 call charged Ramos with attempted assault and harassment and handed her the summons that sparked her rage.