Murder - 0
Rape - 0
Robbery - 3 total with (4) arrests made on 1.
**46 Street/Queens Boulevard gunpoint robbery of Pay-O-Matic with currency taken, no injuries to the victim. Fits criteria for a pattern within Queens North.
Felony Assault - 1 total.
**Domestic violence case where the perpetrator is known to the victim and will be arrested.
Burglary - 2 total.
**1 Window entry residential - 1 commercial establishment.
Grand Larceny - 6 total with an arrest made on 1
**2 wheel/tire thefts in the vicinity of 61 Street and 51 Avenue overnight.
Grand Larceny Auto - 3 total.
**2 motorcycles/mopeds stolen from the vicinity of 69 Street and Calamus Avenue.
Other active patterns to be aware of:
1-2 males in Nissan Murano who commit burglaries targeting tools.
Perpetrator enters commercial locations through glass front door and removes property along 69 Street.
Thank you - stay well!
Police Officer Brian Evensen
New York City Police Department
108th Precinct NCO and Graffiti Coordinator
In the confines of Middle Village, we continue to have vehicle break ins where cars are left unlocked. In addition, 2 vehicles last week had rims and tires removed.
As from our previous conversation, an elderly was assaulted and arrest was made in regards.
Please let me know if you have any other concerns.
P.O. Eugene Lee
Neighborhood Coordination Officer
The following is the crime statistics for the past 28 day period so you can advise your community members:
Rape: 1; 1 arrest in regards (known perpetrator).
Robbery: 7; 3 arrests in regards.
- There were 2 robberies recently in the area of 72 Street to 76 Street, from 41 Avenue to 45 Avenue. In both incidents, one male perpetrator assaults a male, elderly victim, while victim is walking on the sidewalk, between the hours of 0200 to 0400. One victim suffered serious head injuries as he fell down 5 steps and struck his head on the sidewalk during the attack. The other victim was brutally punched multiple times while he was walking past the perpetrator.
- Commercial Burglary Pattern along Grand Avenue at 85 Street and Queens Boulevard at Vanloon Street. Perpetrator(s) forcibly entered through the front door and removed currency and power tools on Grand Avenue (Two units were burglarized). Perpetrator(s) entered through the metal grate leading to the basement of the establishment and removed currency on Queens Boulevard.
Grand Larceny Auto: 3; 1 arrest in regards.
For your information. Take care and be safe.
POLICE OFFICER DON LEENEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT
110 PRECINCT, NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION OFFICER