Crime & Courts

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010

Queens Village

Reckless driver tries to avoid arrest: Brown

JAMAICA — A man was arrested two weeks ago for disobeying a police officer after he drove recklessly, the Queens district attorney said. Comment.

Police search for missing handicapped man

QUEENS VILLAGE — A mentally handicapped man was missing and the police asked the public for help in locating him before he gets hurt. Comment.

Cops search for robber of Dunkin’ Donuts store

JAMAICA — Police asked for the public’s help in finding a suspect in connection with a Dunkin’ Donuts robbery last week. Comment.

Cops arrest suspect in northeast Qns. break-ins

BAYSIDE — Gilbert Loo, a 49-year-old Asian-American man arrested Jan. 9 after allegedly burglarizing two homes in Bayside earlier that night, is the prime suspect in a string of burglaries committed in northeast Queens since the beginning of December, police said. Comment.

City worker stole $50K in computer goods: DOI

KEW GARDENS — A city school worker has been arrested for stealing thousands of dollars worth of computer equipment, the city Department of Investigation said Tuesday. Comment.

Suspects sought in four boro robberies: Police

SOUTH OZONE PARK— The Queens robbery squad was huntingfor suspects who they said were behind four robberies last month in different parts of Queens. Comment.

Girl snaps picture of harassment suspect

CORONA — A 12-year-old girl was sexually harassed in a No. 7 train subway station last week, but she was able to snap a cell phone picture of the alleged pervert, before he got away, police said. Comment.

Man dies in Astoria after minivan hits him

ASTORIA — A 32-year-old man was dead after he was hit by a minivan crossing Broadway Monday night, police said. Comment.

Wife stabs husband with knife during fight: DA

WOODHAVEN — A woman was arrested last week after she allegedly took a knife to her husband during an argument, the Queens district attorney said. Comment.

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