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Police Blotter: Driver killed in 2-car accident

By The TimesLedger

KEW GARDENS HILLS — At 4:40 p.m. Friday, a 1990 Toyota attempting to make a left turn at Main Street and 78th Road collided with a 1998 GMC traveling south-bound on Main Street, said police

The driver of the Toyota, a 49-year-old woman, was pinned inside the vehicle and later taken to New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens, where she was pronounced dead, said police.

Police did not report any arrests, and their investigation was ongoing.

ATM burglarized at Rite Aid store

FLUSHING — At 7:30 a.m. Friday, unidentified suspects broke through the roof of the Rite Aid at 144-29 Northern Blvd. and removed an undetermined amount of currency from an ATM at the location, said police.

Police were investigating.

Unleashed dogs seriously injure two in Rockaway

ARVERNE — Shortly after 8 a.m. on Dec. 26, a pack of dogs attacked Marlene Fil-Aime, 51, of Rockaway and Lev Liverman, 74, on the Ocean Promenade boardwalk at Beach 70th Street, said police.

Both victims were taken to Jamaica Hospital, where Fil-Aime was listed in stable condition and Liverman listed as likely to die, said police. But by 12:30 the next day, Liverman was listed in critical but stable position, said police.

Wilfredo Velez, 46, who said he was homeless, was arrested and charged with a health code violation for owning one of the dogs and feeding the others, Newsday reported.

Five unattended dogs were captured, said police.

Police arrest suspect in marijuana raid

ARVERNE — Officers with a search warrant found 20 pounds of marijuana and $10,000 in cash and made an arrest at 564 Beach 67th St., about 9:30 a.m. Saturday, said police.

Toney Miller, 25, who lives in the residence, was arrested, said police.

Two men killed in one-car crash

WOODSIDE — Two men died last Thursday after the driver of a vehicle traveling eastbound on the BQE lost control of the car at the 65th Place exit about 11:16 p.m., police said.

The two men in the car were pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

S. Jamaica man charged with attempted murder

SOUTH JAMAICA — Officers saw a young man fire shots from a handgun at 118th Avenue and 154th Street Tuesday at 12:05 a.m., police said.

The officers identified themselves to the man, who pointed the gun at them, and the officers responded by shooting the perpetrator in the buttocks, said police.

Gerard Mondestin, 21, of 118-30 154th St. was arrested and charged with attempted murder, said police.

He was taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital in stable condition, police said.

Man found stabbed to death at Albert Road playground

SOUTH OZONE PARK — Officers responding to a call found a man dead at a playground at Albert Road and 96th Street about 7:25 a.m. Thursday, police said.

The man had been stabbed in the abdomen, and a knife was recovered at the scene, said police.

Police were investigating.

Woman dies in hit-and-run on Northern Boulevard

JACKSON HEIGHTS — A woman in her 60s was crossing Northern Boulevard at 71st Street at 10:34 a.m. Tuesday when she was struck by a 93 Ford Taurus traveling eastbound that left the scene, said police.

The driver, a man in his 20s, was apprehended nearby, police said. He was not immediately identified. The woman was taken to Elmhurst Hospital Center and pronounced dead, police said. Police were investigating.

Two men injured in LIC scaffold fall

LONG ISLAND CITY — David Crosby, 26, and another man working on a scaffold at Pearson Street and Jackson Avenue were listed in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital Sunday after a cinder block knocked them off the scaffold, the Daily News reported.

The block knocked the men off balance, and they fell about one story, landing on their heads, the News reported.

Crosby was in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital as of press time Monday.

30-year-old man stabbed in torso in Jackson Heights

JACKSON HEIGHTS — A 30-year-old man was stabbed in his upper torso by a Hispanic male Sunday at 5:30 a.m., said police.

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

Police reported no arrests and their investigation was on going.

Four injured in East Elmhurst car crash

EAST ELMHURST — Vladimir Godoy, 37, was driving a 93 Pathfinder eastbound with a 26-year-old woman passenger Tuesday at 4:27 a.m. and collided with a westbound 92 Mazda driven by Garvin Jordon, 29, with a 32-year-old male passenger, police said.

The two passengers were taken to NYHQ in critical condition, while the drivers were in stable condition, police said.

Police were investigating.

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