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104th Pct. Blotter – QNS.com

104th Pct. Blotter

Persons arrested in recent police actions as reported by the 104th Precinct included the following individuals:

Aug. 13: (Beat 14) Wojciech Boguniecki, at 62nd Avenue and Fresh Pond Road, for DWI, by P.O. Bublin.

Aug. 14: (Beat 3) Luis Marrero, at Myrtle Avenue and Cornelia Street, for reckless endangerment, by P.O. Keane. (Beat 4) Arturo Rodriguez, at Forest Avenue, for criminal mischief, by P.O. Malik. (Beat 13) Janice Y. Wong, at Flushing Avenue, for criminal mischief, by P.O. Somaroo. (Beat 13) Jonathan Torres, at Starr Street, for robbery, by P.O. Berke. (Beat 9) Daniel Dosher, at 69th Street, for criminal possession of a weapon, by P.O. Shariff. (Beat 2) Michael Farrice, at Seneca Avenue, for criminal contempt, by Det. Murray. (Beat 14) Walter Kozak, at 69th Lane, for criminal mischief, by Det. Diaquoi.

Aug. 15: (Beat 13) Samuel Lecter, at Troutman Street and Cypress Avenue, for criminal possession of a weapon, by P.O. Sowden.

Aug. 16: (Beat 14) Adriana Vasquez-Lopez, at Metropolitan Avenue, for possession of stolen property, by P.O. Diaz. (Beat 4) Adelina Valle, at Metropolitan Avenue, for menacing, by P.O. Peart.

Aug. 17: (Beat 14) Carolina Rivera, at Metropolitan Avenue, for criminal possession of stolen property, by P.O. Oswald. (Beat 15) Angel Naula-Barreto, at Grandview Avenue and Stanhope Street, for criminal trespassing, by P.O. Miller.

Aug. 18: (Beat 5) Pawel Grala, at 68th Place, for assault, by P.O. Swistun. (Beat 5) Esteven Rivera, at 59th Street, for criminal trespassing, by P.O. McCarren. (Beat 16) Victor Diaz, at Cooper Avenue and 80th Street, for aggravated unlicensed operator, by P.O. Wright.

Aug. 19: (Beat 9) Jose Lozado, at 69th Street, for strangulation, by P.O. Ziman. (Beat 12) Patrick Horneck, at 78th Street, for DWI, by P.O. Bianchini. (Beat 3) Jeremiah Davids, at Seneca and St. Felix avenues, for resisting arrest, by P.O. Kwiatkowski.

The 104th Precinct can be reached by phone at 1-718-386-3004. To report an emergency or a crime in progress, call 911 immediately. Quality of life matters, such as noise or a blocked driveway, should be reported to 311.

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