Police Blotter: May 3, 2017 - Manhattan Express | Manhattan Express

Police Blotter: May 3, 2017

ATTEMPTED RAPE:
THE STALLS AT COLUMBUS CIRCLE
(Midtown North Precinct)
Police arrested 24-year-old Ibrahima Barry on April 22 and charged him with attempted rape after an incident the day before at around 10 a.m. inside Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. According to police, Barry, a Bronx man, snuck into one of the stalls of the second floor women’s bathroom. Police said he then slid underneath and made his way to the neighboring stall where an 18-year-old woman was. Barry exposed his underwear, according to police, causing the woman to scream and then him to run away. The victim was not injured, according to police.

NYPD DCPI.

NYPD DCPI.


MISSING PERSON:
MARCOS CAMPELLO
(17th Precinct)
Marcos Campello, an 11-year-old boy from Murray Hill, has been reported missing according to police. Police said Campello was last seen on April 25 at around 3 p.m. outside the School for the Future at 127 East 22nd Street. Police released a photo of Campello, whom they describe as a Hispanic male, around 5’8”, 130 pounds, with a medium build, brown eyes, and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a gray sweater, white pants, black and white Jordan sneakers, and a dark blue backpack.


COLLISION:
CRASH CAB
(19th Precinct)
Police said they responded to a call about a 50-year-old man struck by a yellow taxi in the intersection of East 78th Street and York Avenue on April 22. When officers arrived at around 9:30 p.m., the man was already being rushed to Cornell Hospital by EMS who responded first. Police said the taxi driver stayed on the scene and was not arrested. The investigation by the NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad is ongoing.


NPYD DCPI

NPYD DCPI

MISSING PERSON:
WILSON URENA
(23rd Precinct)
Police are also trying to locate another missing person, 24-year-old Wilson Urena, who was last seen on April 17 at around 7 a.m. outside his home at 1405 Park Avenue. Police released a photo of Urena, whom they describe as a male, 5’9”, 150 pounds, with a medium build, light complexion, brown eyes, and black hair. He was last seen wearing glasses, gray cargo pants, a blue hooded sweater, and sneakers.


HOMICIDE:
SPECIAL CASE
(24th Precinct)
Police are looking for a man they believe is connected to a fatal stabbing on the Upper West Side. When officers responded to a call at 2536 Broadway, between West 94th and 95th Streets, on April 27 at around 11 p.m., they found 24-year-old Anthony Special Stewart with stab wounds to his torso. EMS transported Stewart, an Upper West Sider, to St. Luke’s Hospital, where he died. Police said there were no arrests and the investigation was ongoing. Police released a video of the suspect, whom they describe as an Hispanic male.


NYPD DCPI

NYPD DCPI

PUBLIC LEWDNESS:
SLEAZY STRAPHANGER
(Midtown South Precinct)
A man is wanted for masturbating on the E train on April 30 at around 5:30 p.m., police said. According to police, the suspect was aboard a northbound E train that past the 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal station when he sat next to a 30-year-old woman. Police said the suspect “began to manipulate his penis,” and the victim moved away but not before taking a photo of the man. Police released a photo of the suspect, whom they describe as a male, 30 to 40 years old, 5’8”, 170 pounds, and last seen wearing a white t-shirt and black shorts.


ASSAULT:
MIDNIGHT RAMBLER
(24th Precinct)
A man fired off several shots from a handgun, hitting a 31-year-old man in his left leg, on April 29, police said. The suspect approached the victim at around midnight outside of 875 Amsterdam Avenue, between West 102nd and 103rd Streets, according to police, before shooting at him and then fleeing east on West 104th Street. Police said the victim was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital in serious but stable condition. Police released video of the suspect, whom they describe as a black male, last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a black T-shirt with a Rolling Stones Hot Lips logo, black jeans, and black sneakers.


BANK ROBBERY:
PICK AND ROB
(24th Precinct)
Police said a bank robber made off with cash on May 1 at around 10:15 a.m. after robbing the Capital One Bank at 2379 Broadway, between West 86th and 87th Streets. After demanding money through a note, the suspect fled with cash in hand, according to police, and headed to the 1 train at 86th Street. Police released a photo and a video of the suspect, whom they describe as a black male in his 40s, 5’6”, and last seen wearing black sunglasses, a black hooded sweater, a black Chicago Bulls baseball cap, and dark-colored jeans.


ASSAULT:
BLUNT HEAD DRAMA
(Midtown North Precinct)
On April 19 at around 9:30 p.m., a man who was screaming profanities suddenly attacked a 43-year-old man, police said. The suspect, according to police, cursed out the victim before striking him with a blunt object outside 1568 Broadway, between West 46th and 47th Streets. Police said the victim was left with a cut to his head, but was able to make his way to Bellevue Hospital on his own. Police released a photo and a video of the suspect, whom they describe as a male, 25 to 30 years old, 5’6”, 160 pounds, and last seen wearing a black jacket, white shirt, and black pants.


LOCAL POLICE CONTACTS
Midtown North Precinct
306 West 54th Street
212-767-8400

Midtown South Precinct
357 West 35th Street
212-239-9811

17th Precinct
167 East 51st Street
212-826-3211

19th Precinct
153 East 67th Street
212-452-0600

20th Precinct
120 West 82nd Street
212-580-6411

23rd Precinct
162 East 102nd Street
212-860-6411

24th Precinct
151 West 100th Street
212-678-1811

26th Precinct
520 West 126th Street
212-678-1311

Central Park Precinct
86th Street and Transverse Road
212-570-4820

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