104th Precinct Police blotter (6/11/12-6/17/12)
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Monday, June 11

Patrick Harvey was arrested at the intersection of Myrtle Avenue and 76th Street for driving while intoxicated by Officer Ferraris

Skendar Gjonabalaj was arrested at 73-16 71 Street for criminal contempt by Detective Murray.

Marjelena Campoverde was arrested at 1664 Woodbine Street for criminal contempt by Officer Pellot.

Nathaniel Butler was arrested at 1829 Decatur Street for assault by Detective Diaquoi.

John Todale was arrested at 65-31 77th Place for aggravated harassment by Detective Spagnola.

Tuesday, June 12

Felix Rosario was arrested at 716 Woodward Avenue for criminal trespassing by Officer Lodato.

Albert Kehue was arrested at 71-21 65th Street for criminal mischief by Detective Murray.

Dacia Martinez was arrested at the intersection of Forest Park Drive and Myrtle Avenue for assault by Detective Spagnola.

Sonia Natera was arrested at the intersection of Seneca Avenue and Myrtle Avenue for criminal possession of forged instrument by Officer Christian.

James Cangialusi was arrested at 72-39 67th Place for burglary by Detective Alartosky.

Wednesday, June 13

Marietta Grabowski was arrested at 18-21 George Street for burglary by Detective Alartosky.

Jokari White was arrested at 61-16 Myrtle Avenue for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer York.

Thursday, June 14

Anthony Toma was arrested at 61-16 Madison Street for resisting arrest by Officer Wright.

Daniel Rollins was arrested at 71-25 71st Place for assault by Officer McElligott.

Kelly Weatherup was arrested at 71-25 71st Place for menacing by Officer McElligott.

Antonio Soto was arrested at the intersection of Stockholm Street and Seneca Avenue for possession of a forged instrument by Officer Rodriguez.

Francis Tiborsky was arrested at 50-02 Metropolitan Avenue for unauthorized use of a vehicle by Officer Weil.

Kirk Barton was arrested at 61-15 Metropolitan Avenue for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Marinacci.

Artemio Campos-Castelan was arrested at 1034 Wyckoff Avenue for menacing by Officer Moseley.

Willie Edge was arrested at 87-01 Myrtle Avenue for violation of a local law by Officer Bazata.

Jason Bellettini was arrested at 70-29 66th Street for aggravated harassment by Officer Aviles.

Friday, June 15

Jose Urena was arrested at 2032 Himrod Street for assault by Detective Ebron.

Huitna Zh was arrested at 71-20 Cypress Hills Street for trademark counterfeiting by Officer Christian.

Aaron Torres was arrested at 60-56 Cooper Avenue for assault by Officer Ock.

Edward Kelly was arrested at 72-33 Central Avenue for menacing by Officer Shariff.

Saturday, June 16

Cesar Mawyin was arrested at the intersection of Maurice Avenue and the Long Island Expressway for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Conde.

Jesse Martinez was arrested at the intersection of Maurice Avenue and the Long Island Expressway for criminal possession of stolen property by Officer Conde.

Marcelo Cuzco was arrested at 59-37 60th Road for driving while intoxicated by Officer Bublin.

David Kirlew was arrested at the intersection of Cypress Hills Street and the Jackie Robinson Parkway for driving while intoxicated by Officer Ziman.

Ashley Oliver was arrested at 75-25 60th Lane for assault by Officer Mamanicampos.

Wiston Bennet was arrested at 602 Seneca Avenue for assault by Officer Somarod.

Helena Nedomova was arrested at 68-02 60th Road for assault by Officer Inga.

Alexander Palacio was arrested at 53-62 65th Place for robbery by Officer Sowden.

Sunday, June 17

John Sadowski was arrested at 65-33 79th Street for assault by Detective Murray.

Jonathan Colon was arrested at the intersection of 69th Avenue and 78th Street for resisting arrest by Officer Sullivan.

Thomas Tricarico was arrested at 61-14 65th Street for assault by Officer Cadavid.

Hui Chen was arrested at 73-48 52nd Court for stalking by Officer Berke.

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