ON THURSDAY 05/29/08 AT APPROXIMATELY 1628 HOURS IN FRONT OF 175 PATCHEN AVENUE, IN THE CONFINES OF THE 81 PRECINCT, A SERGEANT AND TWO POLICE OFFICERS ON PATROL OBSERVED SHOTS FIRED BY A M/B/28, WHO WAS OPERATING A RED FORD WINDSTAR WITH NORTH CAROLINA PLATES. A F/B/32 WAS SHOT ONCE IN THE RIGHT CALF AS A RESULT OF THE SHOOTING BY THE SUSPECT. THE OFFICERS FOLLOWED THE VEHICLE WHICH MOUNTED THE SIDEWALK AT LEWIS AVENUE AND MACON STREET. THE SUSPECT EXITED THE VEHICLE ARMED WITH A .45 CALIBER STAR FIRE SEMI AUTOMATIC FIREARM, SHOTS WERE FIRED STRIKING THE SUSPECT ONCE IN THE HIP. THE SUSPECT WAS TRANSPORTED TO KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL WHERE HE IS LISTED IN STABLE CONDITION. THE FEMALE VICTIM WAS ALSO TRANSPORTED TO KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL WHERE SHE IS LISTED IN STABLE CONDITION. NO INJURIES WERE SUSTAINED BY THE OFFICERS. THE INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
THE MISSING: JENNIFER YOUNG, A F/B/15, WAS LAST SEEN AT APPROXIMATELY 1200 HRS ON 05-11-08 AT HER RESIDENCE LOCATED AT 727 THOMAS BOYLAND ST, BROOKLYN.
THE MISSING IS DESCRIBED AS BEING 5'6", 150 LBS, WITH BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES, AND MEDIUM BUILD.
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS ASKED TO CALL CRIMESTOPPERS AT (800) 577-TIPS (8477). ALL CALLS ARE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
THE DOA HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS AISHA BRISTOL F/B/27 OF 1051 BERGEN STREET
*****UPDATE 05-13-2008 ****
IN THE COURSE OF AN INVESTIGATION, THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL HAS BEEN ARRESTED: BAILEY PERCY M/B/46 99-72 66 ROAD QUEENS NY 11374
CHARGES: MURDER 2-degree
Tot sees mom slashed to death
BY JOTHAM SEDERSTROM, ALISON GENDAR and TAMER EL-GHOBASHY
NY DAILY NEWS 5/13/08
A Brooklyn mom strapping her baby boy into his car seat for a trip to a day care center was viciously murdered Monday by her boyfriend, cops said.
Police sources said Aisha Bristol, 27, was slashed across her throat about 7 a.m. on Hart St. near Lewis Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant by a man who later called police and confessed to the killing - before ingesting poison.
Cops found the mom lying dead next to the Toyota Yaris with a bloody kitchen knife nearby, as her 1-year-old son Nehemiah sat in his car seat.
Law enforcement sources said the suspect in the murder is a personal trainer.
Smith said Bristol met the man about a year ago at a gym but wasn't aware the two were romantically involved. She said the man often trained Bristol at her Pulaski St. apartment.Full story here.
Monday, May 12, 2008
ALSO AT THE SCENE WAS AN INFANT INSIDE A VEHICLE. THE INFANT APPEARED TO BE UNHARMED AND WAS TRANSPORTED TO WOODHULL HOSPITAL IN STABLE CONDITION. NO ARRESTS. INVESTIGATION ONGOING. DOA IDENTITY PENDING FAMILY NOTIFICATION.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
ON SATURDAY 5-10-2008 AT 2215 HOURS AT THE C/O SCHENECTADY AVE AND STERLING PLACE, CONFINES OF THE 77 PRECINCT, POLICE RESPONDED TO A CALL OF A MALE SHOT. UPON ARRIVAL, POLICE OBSERVED A M/B/21 WITH 3 GUNSHOT WOUNDS ABOUT THE TORSO. EMS RESPONDED AND TRANSPORTED THE VICTIM TO KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL IN CRITICAL CONDITION. THERE HAS BEEN NO ARREST(S) AT THIS TIME. THE INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING.
SAQUAN TOLER, M/B/21
2957 AVE. W APT.4D
Saturday, May 10, 2008
CHRISTINE VEGA, F/H/13
74 STANHOPE ST 2F
ON THURSDAY 05-08-08 AT APPROXIMATELY 1700 HOURS, THE MISSING WAS LAST SEEN I/V/O DEKALB AVENUE, WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THE 83 PRECINCT.
THE MISSING IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 5'7", 215 LBS.
THE MISSING WAS LAST SEEN WEARING: WHITE "I LOVE NY" T-SHIRT GREY SWEATPANTS WHITE NIKE 'JORDAN' SNEAKERS
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE MISSING IS ASKED TO CALL THE NYPD'S CRIMESTOPPERS HOTLINE AT 800-577-TIPS.
THE NYPD IS ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING THE FOLLOWING SUSPECT WANTED FOR A SHOOTING IN THE CONFINES OF THE 73 PCT.
ON 04/24/08 AT 0530 HRS, OPPOSITE 203 THOMAS BOYLAND STREET, IN THE CONFINES OF THE 73 PCT, A M/B/20'S (WITH BROWN HAIR) DISPLAYING A HAND GUN, SHOT A M/B/50 WHILE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE HIS PROPERTY. THE VICTIM WAS REMOVED TO BROOKDALE HOSPITAL IN STABLE CONDITION WITH A GUNSHOT WOUND TO HIS ARM. THE SUSPECT FLED IN AN UNKNOWN DIRECTION.
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION CAN CONTACT CRIMESTOPPERS AT 1(800)577-TIPS. ALL CALLS WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL.
THE NYPD IS SEEKING THE PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE WITH IDENTIFYING AN INDIVIDUAL WANTED IN CONNECTION WITH A SHOOTING THAT OCCURRED WITH THE CONFINES OF THE 79 PRECINCT.
ON 05/04/08 AT APPROXIMATELY 0340 HOURS, A M/B OR M/H ENTERED 380 FLUSHING AVENUE. WHILE AT THE LOCATION, THE SUSPECT ENCOUNTERED THE VICTIM AND SHOT HIM NUMEROUS TIMES.
THE SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
M/B OR M/H/25-35 Y/O
5' - 8" (TALL)
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION REGARDING THE IDENTITY AND/OR WHEREABOUTS OF THIS INDIVIDUAL IS ASKED TO CALL THE NYPD CRIMESTOPPER'S HOTLINE AT (800) 577-TIPS.
Friday, May 9, 2008
Monday, May 05, 2008 | 8:18 PM
Police: Bandits held up residents on the 3rd & 4th floor of the same building
CROWN HEIGHTS (WABC) -- Residents of two apartments, one floor apart, were held up in rapid succession by busy bandits in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn Monday morning.
Police say the residents in both apartments were tied up by the suspects, who used the fire escape to quickly travel between the floors inside 915 Washington Avenue.
The first victim was reportedly accosted at gunpoint by masked men in his fourth floor hallway. The suspects then reportedly shoved him into his apartment and tied him up with flexi rope while they ransacked his apartment.
The masked men made their getaway out the window, and scaled the fire escape to a third floor apartment. They then broke into an apartment on that floor, and tied up a man and two women inside, according to police.
Eyewitness News is told the suspects stole goods from that apartment before fleeing the scene. They got away with electronics, jewelry and cash from both apartments.
Officials say one of the residents inside the third floor apartment, a man, was treated for injuries.
Authorities are now hunting the suspects, who fled on the street, which borders the east side on Prospect Park.
Monday, May 5, 2008
WANTED: ANDREW CAMPOS, M/H/18. HE IS ABOUT 5'9" TALL AND WEIGHS ABOUT 145 LBS.
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS ASKED TO CALL CRIMESTOPPERS AT 1-800-577-TIPS.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
BY TANANGACHI MFUNI, ETHAN ROUEN and LEO STANDORA
NY DAILY NEWS 05/2/08
The 18-year-old son of a New York City cop was stabbed to death in the hallway of a Brooklyn apartment building Thursday night, police sources said.
Police found the victim, Renato Scantlebury, bleeding heavily from his wounds in the Bushwick building shortly after 6p.m. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Woodhull Hospital.
A tenant said that just an hour earlier, Scantlebury had gotten into a fistfight with two men outside the building after he made a snide comment about their T-shirts.
"He died over that?" said the stunned tenant.
Witnesses told investigators they saw two or three men fleeing from the scene at 1160 Gates Ave.
Scantlebury lived a few blocks away on Kosciuszko St. with his mother, Police Officer Lisa Wade, who works in recruitment for the NYPD, sources said.
A man who identified himself as the victim's father said the 6-foot-tall teen was an aspiring rapper who doted on his 1-year-old daughter.
"He wanted a good life for his little girl," the dad said. "He was working at a Chuck E. Cheese downtown, but he had a demo out and was hoping it would be his big break."
"He was just a good kid," the dad said.
Yesterday [Thursday 5/1/08] our babysitter had my 2 year old at the Brower Park playground, where we go regularly. Around 4 PM a young boy (12 or so) was beaten badly by a group of older young men (early 20s). Apparently, the boy was laying in a pool of blood, and was dragged away by a couple friends. My babysitter said she and other adults there were screaming and crying for the assailants to stop (they didn't), and called the police, who came about 15 minutes later. I called the 77th precinct yesterday and spoke to someone in community affairs, who promised he would, "call me right back" with more information. I still haven't heard from him 24 hours later. It's amazing how millions can be spent on the Children's Museum (around next to the playground) yet there is rarely a noticeable police presence around the park, nor park employees there regularly during daylight hours (from what I've seen).