Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
handcuffs-with-color-web-size111
handcuffs-with-color-web-size111
A pair of teens have been arrested following the attempted abduction of several young girls in Queens Wednesday.

Two suspects wanted in connection to the attempted abductions of several young girls off the streets of Queens have been arrested, police said.

Joshua Wright, 17, and Andrew Ghulam, 16, both of Queens, have been charged with two counts each of attempted unlawful imprisonment, endangering the welfare of a child, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment, officials said.

The first victim, an 11 year-old girl, was approached about 4 p.m. Wednesday as she was heading home from school near 111th Avenue and 208 Street in Queens Village.

After she noticed a dark-green SUV, with two men inside of it, slowly following her, the passenger, who was wearing a black mask, exited from the vehicle, and tried to talk to the girl, cops said. She then ran away and the suspects fled in the car.

A short time later, around 113th Avenue and 196th Street, in St. Albans, three girls, a 10-year-old and two 11-year-olds, noticed they were being followed by a green Jeep Cherokee. The driver handed a gun to the passenger then pulled a mask over his face before getting out of the SUV, according to police. The girls then hid behind a parked vehicle as the two men drove by them. The suspects circled back and passed the victims again before leaving the area in their car.

 

RECOMMENDED STORIES

Comments:

Join The Discussion



Related Stories
UPDATE: Cops still looking for the drive-by shooters who killed rapper Chinx in Briarwood
UPDATE: Cops still looking for the drive-by shooters who killed rapper Chinx in Briarwood
Queens International Night Market to move to Jamaica starting in September
Queens International Night Market to move to Jamaica starting in September
Popular Stories
Photos courtesy of Anthony LoSardo
Bayside resident officially launches long-awaited neighborhood brewery
Photo via Google Maps
Mayor's Rikers Island plan will re-open jail at the Kew Gardens Queens Detention Center
Photo via Pixabay
Queens Congress members meet with the Postal Service to discuss the city's mail crisis


Skip to toolbar