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Police Blotter: Cops seek vehicle that hit Jamica man

JAMAICA — A 48-year-old man was struck by a car as he was crossing the street at 170th Street and Jamaica Avenue around 9:25 p.m. last Thursday, police said.

The driver of a silver or beige late-model Ford Expedition that hit him fled the scene, police said. The victim was taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition.

The investigation was ongoing.

Cops: Woman stole check in credit card fraud scheme

SPRINGFIELD GARDENS — A Queens woman was arrested Monday in the theft of personal information from medical patients, police said.

Rudhranie Airjdath, 23, of 145-77 Farmers Blvd., allegedly photocopied checks from patients while processing medical co-payments and used their personal information to obtain fraudulent credit cards, which she used on several occasions, police said.

She was charged with grand larceny, police said.

Couple charged in robbery of Rockaway gas station

ROCKAWAY — A man and woman from Rockaway were arrested for allegedly robbing a gas station attendant at gunpoint last Thursday, police said.

Thomas Taylor, 27, and Kelly Oxer, 26, both of 711 Seagirt Blvd., were charged with robbery and criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

They allegedly held up a gas station attendant at gunpoint and robbed him of $300 around 4:10 a.m. last Thursday at 112-10 Beach Channel Dr., police said.

Woman raped, robbed in Jamaica assault

JAMAICA — A woman was raped and robbed in the stairwell of a building in the 103rd Precinct Friday, police said.

The 35-year-old woman was walking in front of a building in the vicinity of 89th Avenue at 1 p.m. when she was grabbed from behind by an unidentified man. He placed an unknown object into her back and forced her up to the 12th floor stairwell, police said.

There he sodomized the woman and took $30 in cash before fleeing, police said.

The woman was taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital for evaluation, police said.

Man shot trying to flee South Ozone Park hoods

SOUTH OZONE PARK —A 22-year-old man was shot in the leg last week as he tried to flee a gang of men who attacked him on his bicycle, police said.

Four men grabbed the bicyclist and removed his wallet as he was riding at the corner of 133rd Street and 115th Avenue at 9:45 p.m. last Thursday, police said. But when the cyclist resisted and tried to ride his bike away, he was shot twice in the leg, police said.

The four men fled the scene, and the victim was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition, police said.

The investigation was ongoing.

Woman killed by car on Parsons Boulevard

BRIARWOOD — An elderly woman was killed Monday crossing the street, police said.

Hilda Borerro, 72, was crossing the street at Parsons Boulevard and the Grand Central Parkway service road when she was struck by a vehicle around 11:30 a.m., police said.

She was taken to Queens Hospital Center where she was pronounced dead, police said.

Man steals $2,100 from Kew Gardens Hills bank

KEW GARDENS HILLS — A man stole $2,100 from the Greenpoint Savings Bank at 75-21 Main St. at 12:34 p.m. Monday, police said.

The teller handed the cash over to the robber after he entered the bank and presented a demand note, police said.

There were no injuries. The investigation was ongoing.

Police investigate death in Woodside car crash

WOODSIDE — A passenger was killed when a car struck a pole Monday, police said.

A Lincoln Town Car driven by an unidentified male with three passengers struck a pole around 11:30 a.m. at the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, police said.

The driver fled the scene and was being sought by police. A male passenger sitting in the back seat was pronounced dead at the scene, and two others were taken to Elmhurst Hospital Center with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

The investigation was ongoing.

Man dies when struck by oncoming subway

ELMHURST — A 31-year-old man died Tuesday after he was struck by a northbound V train at Elmhurst Avenue and Broadway at 6:50 a.m., police said.

The medical examiner was to determine the cause of death.

Woodhaven man charged in Brooklyn shooting

BROOKLYN — A Woodhaven man was arrested in connection with a shooting Saturday in Brooklyn, police said.

Pedro Alicea, 34, of 88-59 77th St., and Norma Alicea, 33, of Brooklyn were charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with Saturday’s shooting, police said.

The 30-year-old victim was walking toward his residence around 1:20 p.m. when he was shot twice in the arm in front of 29 Crosby Ave., police said. He was taken to Brookdale Hospital in stable condition.

The shooting was apparently sparked by an ongoing dispute between the victim and Norma Alicea, police said.

Teen struck on head on Ridgewood corner

RIDGEWOOD — A 17-year-old man was assaulted with a blunt instrument to the head by two or three unidentified men around 11 p.m. Monday at the corner of Cypress and Hart avenues, police said.

The suspects fled the scene in a white SUV, police said.

The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital Center in critical condition.

The motive was unknown and no arrests had been made, police said. They were continuing their investigation.

Astoria construction worker killed in Manhattan collapse

MANHATTAN — An Astoria construction worker died Monday when part of a residential building collapsed on top of him, police said.

Cerlon Araujo, 34, of 34-28 43rd St., was working on a construction project at 216 E. 18th St. in Manhattan when the partial facade in the rear of the building collapsed, crushing him below, police said.

The investigation was ongoing.

Plastic skull, real bones found on Ridgewood plot

RIDGEWOOD — Officers responded to a cemetery at 82-99 Cypress Ave. at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday to investigate a report that bones had been found, police said.

Cops discovered a plastic skull along with other bones on the scene, police said. The medical examiner was to determine whether the bones were human or animal.

The investigation was ongoing.

Police investiagte bias in Astoria phone threat

ASTORIA — An Afghan woman received a threatening telephone call on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, police said.

An unknown man called the woman at 9:15 p.m. Sept. 11 and threatened physical harm while making anti-Muslim remarks, police said.

The call was being investigated as a possible bias incident, police said.

Police investigate bias writing in LIC

LONG ISLAND CITY — Anti-Islamic statements were discovered written on posters hung in the foyer at 41-31 45th St. around 2 p.m. Sept. 11, police said.

The writings were being investigated as a possible bias incident, police said.

Unaware he had been shot, Corona man returned home

CORONA — A shooting victim who felt a sharp pain in his back Sunday did not find out he had been shot until a doctor told him, police said.

The victim was involved in a dispute with an unknown man in front of 98-07 38th Ave. at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, police said.

But upon experiencing an extreme pain in his back when he returned home, he went to Elmhurst Hospital Center where he was told he had been shot, police said.

He was listed in stable condition. No arrests were made, and the investigation was ongoing.

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