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Police Blotter: Fight breaks out at Bay Terrace party

The fight occurred at about 1:10 a.m. during a party at 23-70 A Corporal Kennedy St. Sunday, said Officer Gary Cillo, a Police Department spokesman. He said the four men fled the scene and the victim was taken to North Shore Hospital.

There were no arrests and the investigation was continuing, said the NYPD.

Score at Shea: 6 runs, 14 arrests

SHEA STADIUM- There were 14 arrests at Shea Stadium at Tuesday night's third game of the Subway Series (won by the Mets, 4-2), police said. Police arrested 13 people on charges of peddling and one for allegedly ticket-scalping, said police spokesman George Jensen.

Halloween parade set for Baisley Blvd.

SOUTH JAMAICA- The 113th Precinct, the 113th Precinct Community Council and the Jamaica Rotary have organized the second annual Halloween parade along Baisley Boulevard.

The parade is scheduled to begin on Sunday at 1 p.m., kicking off at the 113th Precinct station house and ending at August Martin High School.

NY Cares uses 103 Pct. for coat drop-off point

JAMAICA- Starting next month the 103rd Precinct station house in downtown Jamaica will serve as a drop-off point for the NY Cares Coat Drive, said Crime Prevention Officer Joseph Quinlan.

People can drop off used coats which will be collected by NY Cares and distributed to homeless men and women, Quinlan said.

3-yr.-old left in car on Myrtle Ave., both found blocks away on 80th St.

GLENDALE - A 3-year-old child was found safe Wednesday morning after the car he was in disappeared for a few moments while his father went inside a convenience store, police said.

The father, whose name was not released, parked his car in front of a convenience store at 6500 Myrtle Ave. at about 6 a.m. Wednesday and left his three-year-old son in the car while he went inside, said Det. Carolyn Chew, a police spokeswoman.

Police did not say whether the father had left the keys in the car.

A few moments later, the man came outside to find the car and his son missing. After police searched the immediate area, they found the car and the boy a few blocks away at 78-52 80th St., Farello said. He was taken to Wyckoff Heights Medical Center where he was treated and released, police said.

There were no arrests and an investigation was continuing.

DA announces arrest of 17 in disability fraud

KEW GARDENS - Seventeen people were arrested and charged with stealing more than $130,000 in workers' compensation benefits by falsely claiming they were disabled, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown and state Department of Insurance Superintendent Neil Levin announced last week.

"Most of the individuals charged today are alleged to have stolen thousands of dollars in workers' compensation benefits by claiming to have been so severely hurt while on the job that they could not work," Brown said. "It is alleged, however, that while collecting the benefits, they were gainfully employed at various jobs including some that required a high degree of physical activity."

Charged were: Carlos Fajardo of Corona, Josh Rosenzweig of Forest Hills, Ruben Rogers of Queens Village, Angelo Cordero of Fresh Meadows, Hector Arias of Astoria, Asghar Khan of Ridgewood, Kwawaja Abdul Qayum of Flushing, Jorge Vilches of Glendale, Suhail Sami of Astoria and Irina Puglisi of Forest Hills.

Score at Shea: 6 runs, 14 arrests

SHEA STADIUM- There were 14 arrests at Shea Stadium at Tuesday night's third game of the Subway Series (won by the Mets, 4-2), police said. Police arrested 13 people on charges of peddling and one for allegedly ticket-scalping, said police spokesman George Jensen.

Man shot on 97th St.

EAST ELMHURST - A 28-year-old man was shot in the back by an unidentified man late Monday night, police said.

Officer George Jensen, a Police Department spokesman, said the man was walking on 97th Street when he was shot at about 11 p.m. for no apparent reason.

The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition, Jensen said.

Police were investigating.

Boy unconscious in pool

CORONA - A 3-year-old boy was found unconscious, face down in a swimming pool at his next door neighbor's house at 108-17 52 Ave., police said.

The child was discovered by his father at about 3:30 p.m. Sunday and was resuscitated by EMS workers who arrived at the scene. The boy was rushed to North Shore Hospital in Forest Hills in serious condition, said Officer Gary Cillo, a Police Department spokesman.

The incident was being investigated, said the NYPD.

Teen shot in arm in Corona drive-by

CORONA- A 19-year-old man was shot twice in the arm Oct. 19 outside 103-15 Martense Ave. about 9:45 p.m. by a driver who fled the scene, said 110th Precinct spokesman Officer Sean Dolphin.

The teen was taken to Elmhurst Hospital by a bystander and was listed in stable condition.

Police were investigating

Inbound, outbound planes bump while taxiing at LAG

EAST ELMHURST - Two planes clipped wings while taxiing Monday night at LaGuardia Airport, the Port Authority reported.

The wings of an outbound Delta ComAir flight 5958 headed for Cincinnati and of an inbound American Trans Air Flight 596 collided when the two planes were on the runway about 9:15 p.m., said the Port Authority.

There were no injuries.

The Port Authority said it was a minor incident and that both plans were being repaired.

Elmhurst man kept arsenal in apt.: Cops

ELMHURST - A self-described white supremacist was arrested and charged with 42 counts of criminal possession of 35 weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition Monday evening, police said.

Police arrested Steven McFadden, 39, of 87-30 Justice Ave., Apt. 5E at 7 p.m. after detectives received a tip that the occupant of the apartment had an arsenal, said Officer George Jensen, a Police Department spokesman.

He said McFadden had 18 handguns, 15 rifles, 2 military weapons a pint of black powder and more than a thousand rounds of ammunition.

McFadden told police he was a member of the West Virginia-based National Alliance, a white supremacist group, police said.

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