Yes, Virginia not all hood rats are created equal, some are just dumb shit small time hood rats (but dangerous) doing armed robbery at a Jamaica candy store and others are big time hood rats making big scores with insurance scams.
Of course the Jamaica ones are the little dumb shits, of course. But bottom line, the dirty SE Queens keeps getting dirtier and dangerous as hood rats are exploding at a large rate………………………not too mention just the plain old low-class ghetto slobs that make up a good portion of the population in this shitty ass area.
With all the homeless shelters being dumped all over , expect an influx of hood rats all over.
From DNAINFO New York:
Armed Robbers Steal $300 From Jamaica Candy Store in Broad Daylight: NYPD
QUEENS — Police are looking for three armed men suspected of robbing a candy store in Jamaica in broad daylight the day before Thanksgiving, authorities said.
The suspects entered the store at 114-24 Farmers Blvd., near 114th Road, on Nov. 23, at 3:20 p.m., police said.
Two robbers stood by the door, while the third approached a 38-year-old clerk, pulled out a gun and demanded money, according to the NYPD.
The robbers fled after the victim gave them $300, police said.
No injuries were reported during the incident, officials said.
Police released surveillance video showing one of the suspects pulling out the gun from his pocket.
Authorities described the suspect captured in the video as approximately 22 to 26 years old and 5-foot-9 tall. He was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt.
Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.
From Queens Courier:
Four south Queens men charged for allegedly raking in thousands in insurance fraud scheme
Four men who concocted a scheme to defraud tens of thousands in insurance payments are facing some stiff legal penalties.
According to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown, the four individuals were charged on Dec. 8 allegedly conspiring to stage motor vehicle collisions to generate fraudulent billings for unnecessary medical treatment. In at least one instance, prosecutors said, they coached an undercover officer who was being paid for his participation in the fraud scheme to exaggerate his nonexistent injuries.
Brown identified the suspects in the no-fault insurance scheme as Todd Henderson, 50; his stepbrother, DaJuan Henderson, 30; Joseph Louis, 32; and Yusuf Carter, 30.
At least two of the four defendants were involved in staged accidents, according to NYPD reports. The defendants then billed medical facilities more than $239,000 for treatment and claimed in excess of $74,000 in auto insurance compensation.
During two meetings in January and February 2015, Henderson allegedly paid the undercover officer a total of $560 for his participation in the fraud scheme. The undercover officer and a partner managed to fabricate injuries and received more than $9,800 in insurance claims.
The four defendants were arraigned on various charges including second- and third-degree grand larceny, second- and third-degree insurance fraud, first-degree falsifying business records, fourth- and fifth-degree conspiracy and third-degree falsely reporting an incident. Bail was set at $5,000 bond/$2,500 cash.
If convicted, Carter and Louis face up to seven years in prison while the Henderson brothers face up to 15 years in prison.
“These arrests send a clear message to those who are attempting to fleece the system that they will be caught and prosecuted. The cost of automobile insurance fraud is estimated by the industry at $30 billion nationwide annually,” Said District Attorney Brown, “Such rip-offs hit the honest consumer in the pocketbook by way of higher premiums and will not be tolerated. Insurance fraud is not a victimless crime.”