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40th PCT.

FRI, MAY 16th, 9:10 p.m. – 301 East 156 St. Authorities looking into a shooting that resulted with the arrest  of the alleged victim. Officials found out that the foot wound was self-inflicted by a 16 year old male. Officers from Housing’s PSA # 7 made the arrest. 

MON, MAY 19th, 8:40 p.m. – 596 St. Mary’s Ave. An undercover police officer nabbed a 52-year-old Hispanic male who was in possession of a gun. The weapon was removed from the suspect and vouched.

41st PCT.

SUN, MAY 18th, 3:30 a.m. – 564 Southern Blvd. Authorities are looking for the culprit who broke into a C-Town supermarket. The thief made off with a large sum of money besides several thousand dollars worth of food stamps from the early morning burglary.

42nd PCT.

THURS, MAY 15th, 5:40 p.m. – Prospect Ave. A teenager was suffering from a bullet wound. The 18-year-old Hispanic male was taken to Lincoln Medical Center suffering from a bullet wound to the back. Investigators are looking into the shooting.

SAT, MAY 17th, 3:50 p.m. – 1700 Longfellow Ave. A 24-year-old male was admitted to St. Barnabas Hospital The young victim was suffering from a stab wound to the face. Authorities searched for the culprit but came up empty handed. Detectives are now gathering information about the attack.

SUN, MAY 18th, 12:12 a.m. – 826 Ritter Pl. Additional police officers rushed into the area to help maintain control of a crowd. Officials arrested nine persons for disorderly conduct while an additional person was charged with grand larceny auto.

43rd PCT.

FRI, MAY 16th, 12:45 a.m. – 1750 Watson Ave. Detectives from the local squad will work in conjunction with Housing’s PSA # 8 officers with an inquiry into an incident where an assault occurred after a dispute. A 19-year-old male was reported in serious condition after being stabbed. The teen was admitted to Jacobi Medical Center. 

SUN, MAY 18th, 9:30 p.m. – 1444 Beach Ave. Police recovered a 22-caliber pistol and arrested a female suspect. The woman was charged with trying to shot her husband. The intended bullet missed the man but struck a wall. No injuries were reported.

MON, MAY 19th, 5:00 a.m. – East 125 St. and Lexington Ave. A black male was arrested by police officers from Transit District # 4 officers in Manhattan for fare jumping. Upon checking, the Transit Police Officers learned that the male was wanted for murder by detectives from the 43rd Pct. Squad. 

44th PCT.

WED, MAY 14th, 11:40 a.m. – 1005 Jerome Ave. An emotionally distressed person was threatening to take their own life was saved by specially trained police officers. A 35-year-old Latino male was sitting on the edge of the roof, eight stories high, when police officers arrived on the scene. Seeing the situation that they were facing, the officers requested the services of the Emergency Service Division. These specially trained officers responded to establish a rescue operation. As special equipment was enroute, the officers established a dialogue with the man. After a while, the officers were able to gain custody of the man and then removed him safely to Lincoln Medical Center for psychiatric assistance.

WED, MAY 14th, 1:00 p.m. – Yankee Stadium. A 21-year-old male turned a day of joy into a day of hardship for his family. The young male, William Lopez of Long island, decided to capture media headlines while graduating from New York University. The graduation ceremony was held at Yankee Stadium, so the man decided near the ceremony end to run on the field from first base, across field to third base, and then toward home plate in his under-ware. A stadium security guard prevented him from reaching home plate while taking the young man into custody.

FRI, MAY 16th, 10:05 p.m. – 283 East 164 St. The attendant of a parking lot was robbed by a Hispanic male about 45 years old. The thief fled on foot with eighty dollars in cash.

MON, MAY 19th, 8:50 a.m. – 240 East 172 St. A 17 year old male was arrested after he was nabbed bringing a gun to school. The teen was caught with a 32-caliber pistol upon entering Taft High School in a backpack. 

45th PCT.

WED, MAY 14th, 12:15 a.m. – Wilcox and Layton Aves. A culprit posing as one of the ‘good guy’s’ committed a robbery. The unidentified male flashed a badge before taking the victim’s wallet.

WED, MAY 14th, 11:15 p.m. – 120 Elgar Pl. A search was started in the Co-op City area for a reported missing woman. Within an hour Bronx authorities were notified that the missing person’s body was discovered in Manhattan. The 39-year-old Hispanic woman had been located inside a vehicle on the Lower East Side.

THURS, MAY 15th, 6:30 a.m. – 100 Donizetti Pl. Being assisted with a search warrant, local police officers recovered and vouched a hand gun in the Co-op City community. Taken off the street was a 22-caliber pistol.

FRI, MAY 16th, 5:15 a.m. – Middletown Ave. and Bruckner Blvd. The crew from a patrol unit was transported to a local hospital after their vehicle was struck. The officers were transported to an area medical facility where it was determined their injuries were minor. The other driver was being checked by other police officers who indicated that the drive might have been driving while intoxicated. 

MON, MAY 19th, 8:30 a.m. – 46 Westchester Square. A search was conducted for two government vehicles. Both vehicles are assigned to the Coast Guard recruiting station when they were taken. Police searching the area located on the vehicles the following day near the intersection of Glover and Lyons Aves.

MON, MAY 19th, 11:40 a.m. – Hutchinson River Pkwy and New England Thwy. A 57-year-old woman was killed while a second person remained in serious condition at Jacobi Medical Center. It seems that their vehicle left the roadway striking a tree. Police rescue units joined firefighters at the accident scene, which caused a massive traffic jam. Highway 1’s Accident Investigation Squad officers are working with local detectives in review the facts concerning this incident.

46th PCT.

SAT, MAY 17th, 2:45 p.m. – 10 Richman Plaza. Authorities are looking into a shooting that occurred at the housing complex. A 31-year-old black male was shot twice in the upper thigh. He was transported to Montefiore Hospital. The inquiry is underway.

47th PCT.

WED, MAY 14th, 12:40 a.m. – Seymour Ave. and Boston Rd. A man after being shot several times walked into a medical facility on his own. The male victim went to Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center. Upon being examined, it was then indicated that the male victim had been shot three times. Detectives are conducting an inquiry. 

THURS, MAY 15th, 11:45 a.m. – 3750 Baychester Ave. A school safety officer required medical treatment at Jacobi Medical Center as other school officers arrested three persons. The injured officer was treated for an injury to the left leg. 

SUN, MAY 18th, 4:00 a.m. – 43 Harper Circle. A teenage boy was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center after being attacked. The 18-year-old male was suffering from a stab wound when located by police officers. An inquiry is underway by local detectives.

MON, MAY 19th, 3:20 p.m. – White Plains Rd. and East 232 St. Police officials are looking for the person who assaulted a traffic agent. The city worker while on duty was struck in the face by an unknown attacker. 

48th PCT.

WED, MAY 14th, 10:10 a.m. – 2408 Cambreleng Ave. Additional police officers were dispatched into the Belmont community after a shooting occurred. A 22-year-old black male was suffering a bullet wound to the stomach when he arrived at St. Barnabas Hospital, only a few blocks away from where the shooting occurred. Local detectives responded to the crime scene to take control of the inquiry.   

WED, MAY 14th, 7:15 p.m. – Boston Rd. and East Tremont Ave. A group of five unknown males attacked a 23-year-old Hispanic male while he was in the West Farms section of the borough. Police were summoned to the scene and are conducting the inquiry.

THURS, MAY 15th, 5:10 p.m. – East Tremont Ave. and DeVoe Ave. Police are looking into the death of a 56-year-old Hispanic male. The victim’s body was discovered in a vehicle that was in a park area. Detectives are handling the inquiry.

SUN, MAY 18th, 10:00 a.m. – Third Ave. and East 183 St. A six foot – three-inch man getting ready to celebrate his 49th birthday was arrested by police. The 320-pound man apparently attacked a police officer who was guarding a prisoner at St. Barnabas Hospital. Kevin Martinez was charged with assaulting a police officer.

MON, MAY 19th, 3:05 a.m. – 1834 Webster Ave. Authorities are looking into a stabbing. The victim was suffering from two wounds when he arrived at St. Barnabas Hospital. The medical staff treated the victim for wounds to the head and neck areas. Detectives are conducting an inquiry.

MON, MAY 19th, 9:55 p.m. – 2121 Belmont Ave. An under cover police officer took a 21 year old male off of local streets. The young culprit was found to be in possession of an illegal gun.

MON, MAY 19th, 10:40 p.m. – 743 East 182 St. A 43 year old male was in extreme critical condition when he arrived at St. Barnabas Hospital. After surgery, his condition improved according to officials. The man had been shot multiple times investigators indicated. Detectives are conducting an inquiry. 

49th PCT.

FRI, MAY 16th, 6:10 a.m. – 2990 Boston Rd. A 9-mm pistol was taken off of local streets by a patrol officer. The weapon was vouched pending the up coming court case.

50th PCT.

THURS, MAY 15th, 6:00 p.m. - Major Deegan Expwy. and Van Cortlandt Park South. A major interstate roadway was blocked during rush hour. A tree fell onto the northbound lanes of Interstate 87, better known in the Borough as the Major Deegan Expressway. Once the tree was removed, traffic resumed.

52nd PCT.

THURS, MAY 15th, 11:30 p.m. – 3447 DeKalb Ave. Authorities are looking into the death of a teenage girl. Officials believe that the teen might have taken her own life. She was found hanging from a closet door in a bedroom. The Medical Examiner’s office will conduct an autopsy. 

FRI, MAY 16th, 5:55 p.m. – Grand Concourse and East 197 St. An undercover police officer arrested a suspect who was in possession of a 380-caliber pistol.

SAT, MAY 17th, 3:15 p.m. – West 183 St. and Aqueduct Ave. Four suspects were arrested after a Hispanic male was stabbed. The male victim was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital for emergency care.

TUES, MAY 20th, 4:15 p.m. – 3530 Decatur Ave. Authorities are looking for three Hispanic males who committed a push-in type robbery. Wearing masks, the trio forced their way into a home while displaying a gun. The thieves fled with several hundred dollars in cash and other person property.  


WED, MAY 14th, 11:00 p.m. – 1141 East 229 St. Officers from Housing’s PSA # 8 learned that the shooting occurred on the previous day. The victim was transported to Lincoln Medical Center with a bullet wound to the wrist. An inquiry is underway by detectives from the 47th Pct. Squad.

MON, MAY 19th, 5:20 p.m. – 2791 Dewey Ave. Housing police officers from PSA # 8 were dispatched to the scene of a shooting. A 22-year-old black male had been shot in the back. The young man was admitted to Jacobi Medical Center as detectives from the 45th Pct. started an inquiry into the shooting.


THURS, MAY 15th, 4:15 p.m. – Westchester Ave. and Middletown Rd. Working on cross-complaints police officers from Transit District 12 and the 45th Pct. arrested two Hispanic males. Besides taking the pair into custody, both were provided with medical care. A 44-year-old male was suffering from a stab wound to the abdomen, while a 32-year-old man had injuries from being assaulted.  

SUN, MAY 18th, 3:05 a.m. – West 225 St. and Broadway. Train traffic was halted after a Hispanic male was stuck by an IRT train. Emergency workers responded to assist the man who expired at the nearby Allen Pavilion afterwards. Transit Police officers from District # 3 assisted at the scene.

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