Crime & Courts

Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010


Pedestrian dies after getting hit by SUV: Cops

ROCHDALE VILLAGE — A man crossing Merrick Boulevard was struck and killed early Saturday morning, police sources said. An investigation is still ongoing. Comment.

Cops search for missing Queens Village man

QUEENS VILLAGE — The city Police Department asked the public for help in locating a missing Queens Village man. Comment.

Boro drunk driver had six kids in car: Brown

ROCKAWAY BEACH — A Richmond Hill resident allegedly drove drunk on the boardwalk at Rockaway Beach early Aug. 31 with six children in the car, five of whom were younger than 14, said the Queens District Attorney’s office. Comment.

Car, tires on another stolen in 111th: Police

OAKLAND GARDENS — The 111th Precinct reported the theft of one vehicle Monday and the removal of tires and rims stolen from three vehicles Friday in the Oakland Gardens area, police sources said. Comment.

September starts off with 3 Bayside burglaries

BAYSIDE — The 111th Precinct reported three burglaries in northeast Queens early September, police sources said. Comment.

Man, 45, dies as result of hit-and-run: Police

WOODHAVEN — A man was struck and killed in a hit-and-run in Woodhaven, police sources said. Comment.

L.I. man sells US Open tix worth $10K: Brown

FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK— A Long Island man was charged and arraigned with re-selling US Open tickets equivalent to a value of $10,000 at the United States Tennis Association Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, the Queens DA’s office said last Thursday. Comment.

Motorcycle rider injured by drunk driver: Brown

MASPETH — A Maspeth resident was arraigned Aug. 30 on charges of vehicular assault, driving under the influence, leaving the scene of a crime, reckless driving and reckless endangerment, the Queens district attorney’s office reported. Comment.

4 robbed home, pulled gun on people: Police

EAST ELMHURST — The city Police Department has requested help in finding four menwanted for a home invasion robbery. Comment.

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