104th Precinct Police Blotter (6/17/13-6/23/13)
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Monday, June 17

Rene Martinez was arrested at 1870 Greene Avenue for assault by Officer McElligott.

Antonio Rosario was arrested at the intersection of 64th Street and Myrtle Avenue for driving while intoxicated by Officer Ziman.

Byron Wspinosa was arrested at 1719 Greene Avenue for criminal mischief by Officer Gomez.

Charles Viacaya was arrested at 1515 George Street for grand larceny by Officer Sciame.

Bruce Savinelli was arrested at 1515 George Street for grand larceny by Officer Sciame.

Marialkia Cajigas was arrested at 329 Wyckoff Avenue for petit larceny by Detective Adams.

Albert Benitez was arrested at 66-26 Metropolitan Avenue for petit larceny by Officer Mathelierpotter.

Jamie Zayas was arrested at 329 Wyckoff Avenue for petit larceny by Officer Egnaczyk.

Michael Gulino was arrested at 61-42 69th Lane for assault by Officer Lodato.

Tuesday, June 18

Christopher Swinson was arrested at the intersection of Cooper and Cypress avenues for assault by Detective Diaquoi.

Vincenzo Pignatelli was arrested at 71-12 69th Place for illegal eviction by Officer Farinaccio.

Johnny Pizarro was arrested at 2001 Palmetto Street for robbery by Detective Williams.

Charles Nelson was arrested at 60-48 56th Street for assault by Detective Spagnola.

Jose Mote was arrested at the intersection of 88th Street and 74th Avenue for assault by Officer Paulino.

Wednesday, June 19

Artur Kunici was arrested at the intersection of Forest and Greene avenue for violation of a local law by Officer Dagnese.

Luis A. Abreu was arrested at the intersection of Cooper and Cypress avenues for aggravated unlicensed operator by Officer Florio.

Thursday, June 20

Eugene Stoudemire was arrested at 59-32 70th Avenue for driving while intoxicated by Officer Dagnese.

David Rodriguez was arrested at 1821 Woodbine Street for grand larceny by Officer Huzar.

Luis Beltran was arrested at 568 Grandview Avenue for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Hynes.

Maged Masoud was arrested at 675 Onderdonk Avenue for criminal possession of stolen property by officer Hynes.

Paul Kosican was arrested at the intersection of 58th Avenue and Brown Place for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Christian.

Enis Mustapa was arrested at the intersection of Putnam and Fairview avenues for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Keane.

Friday, June 21

Yvette Pena was arrested at 55-60 Myrtle Avenue for petit larceny by Officer Bergen.

William Maldonado was arrested at the intersection of George Street and Cypress Avenue for assault by Officer Vingelis.

Janusz Gancarz was arrested at the intersection of 60th Place and Putnam Avenue for an outstanding warrant by Officer Cappellano.

Gustavo Blandon was arrested at 413 Onderdonk Avenue for criminal contempt by Officer Dupont.

Saturday, June 22

Rey Liriano was arrested at the intersection of 67th and Forest avenues for driving while intoxicated by Officer Ziman.

Sandy Sussman was arrested at 88-46 75th Avenue for assault by Officer Walsh.

Benjamin Ortiz was arrested at 1714 Norman Street for grand larceny by Officer Mays.

Luis Balseca was arrested at the intersection of Woodhaven Boulevard and Dana Court for assault by Officer Castellanos.

Cindy Salazar was arrested at the intersection of Woodhaven Boulevard and Dana Court for assault by Officer Castellanos.

Sunday, June 23

Nicholas Auventz was arrested at 66-02 Central Avenue for criminal mischief by Officer Murtha.

Ian Flynn was arrested at 607 Seneca Avenue for making graffiti by Officer McCarren.

Jonathan Belletini was arrested at 69-48 79th Street for grand larceny by Officer Ziman.

Agop Hartunian was arrested at the intersection of Borden Avenue an dHamilton Place for driving while intoxicated by Officer Campbell.

Gregory Bianchi was arrested at 62-14 68th Avenue for assault by Officer Eastman.

Mauricio Balter was arrested at 57-36 82nd Street for unlawful imprisonment by Officer Lutz.

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