104th Precinct Police Blotter (8/3/25-8/9/15)
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Monday, Aug. 3

Sara Risigo was arrested at 564 Seneca Avenue for criminal mischief by Officer Lee.

Alexander Simpson-Chollette was arrested at Cooper and Wyckoff avenues for aggravated unlicensed operator by Officer Chiarello.

Manuel Godoy was arrested at Seneca Avenue and Harmon Street for aggravated unlicensed operator by Officer Arata.

Tuesday, Aug. 4

Walter Montaleza was arrested at 1711 Gates Avenue for alcoholic beverage public consumption by Officer Oswald.

Wellington Clase was arrested at 74-07 64th Lane for criminal possession of a weapon by Detective Barratt.

Michael Nazario was arrested at Seneca and Gates avenues for third-degree assault by Detective Lundy.

Washington Bermeo was arrested at 553 Seneca Avenue for criminal trespassing by Officer Eastman.

Traian Ciurar was arrested at 72-43 Myrtle Avenue for third-degree assault by Detective Friedrich.

Priscilla Pina was arrested at Woodbine Street and Fairview Avenue for menacing by Officer Cordoba.

Clemente DeJesus was arrested at Woodbine Street and Fairview Avenue for third-degree assault by Officer Cordoba.

Jacek B. Kosmider was arrested at Seneca Avenue and Grove Street for alcoholic beverage public consumption by Officer Cumar.

Eric Bobe was arrested at 74-32 62nd Street for third-degree assault by Officer Hayes.

Wednesday, Aug. 5

Brian McNamara was arrested at 341 St. Nicholas Avenue for making graffiti by Officer Lee.

Randy Jordan was arrested at 341 St. Nicholas Avenue for making graffiti by Officer Lee.

Eyasser Noboa was arrested at 341 St. Nicholas Avenue for making graffiti by Officer Lee.

Vojin Deroevic was arrested at 72-17 72nd Street for criminal trespassing by Officer Hynes.

Thursday, Aug. 6

Luis Taveras was arrested at Seneca Avenue and Stockholm Street for criminal possession of a weapon by Officer Mays.

Arthur Simmons was arrested at 68-29 Fresh Pond Road for criminal contempt by Officer Feldman.

Sean Armantrading was arrested at 66-12 Fresh Pond Road for second-degree assault by Detective Diaquoi.

Gao Mei Yang was arrested at 66-05 Fresh Pond Road for unauthorized practice of profession by Sargent Martinez.

Jing Xu was arrested at 65-18 Myrtle Avenue for unauthorized practice of profession by Sargent Martinez.

Nan Zhang was arrested at 66-05 Fresh Pond Road for unauthorized practice of profession by Sargent Martinez.

Friday, Aug. 7

Josiah Walsh was arrested at 17-28 Bleecker Street for urinating in public by Officer Oswald.

Yadira Juarez was arrested at 64-35 Cooper Avenue for third-degree assault by Officer Clark.

Miriam Martinez was arrested at 64-35 Cooper Avenue for third-degree assault by Officer Clark.

Elliott Robertson was arrested at 59-63 Fresh Pond Road for aggravated harassment by Detective Williams.

Barrett Wiggins was arrested at 1645 Weirfield Street for petit larceny by Office Somavoo.

Rebeca Abarca was arrested at 60-15 59th Avenue for menacing by Officer Singh.

Saturday, Aug. 8

Michael Nunez was arrested at Grove Street and Seneca Avenue for alcoholic beverage public consumption by Officer Marinacci.

Piotr Janczak was arrested at 1927 Linden Street for third-degree assault by Officer Florio.

Marek Rogowski was arrested at 70th Street and Metropolitan Avenue for suspended registration by Officer Pellot.

Jacqueline J. Healy was arrested at Otto Road and 68th Place for grand larceny by Officer Defreitas.

Hugo Nocabto was arrested at Borden Avenue and 61st Street for urinating in public by Officer Marinacci.

Vincent J. Daniels was arrested at 71-06 69th Place for aggravated contempt by Officer Dowal.

Sunday, Aug. 9

Francisco Marros was arrested at 1638 Stephan Street for burglary by Officer Coronado.

Vinny King was arrested at 65 Place and Cooper Avenue for unauthorized use of vehicle by Officer Zbikowski.

Carlos L. Nunez was arrested at 855 Woodward Avenue for criminal obstruction of breathing by Officer Shay.
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