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Ah the land of CRAP,  Southeast Queens, it doesn’t get any more ghetto and crappier than here. In Jamaica, Mamdoh Eltouby from Long Island who owns two dealerships on Hillside Avenue is arrested for major tax fraud and a trio of ghetto thugs (and stupid at that) pretended to have car trouble and then rob and cut a good Samaritan who went to help them. But of course like any stupid ass ghetto thug the female of the trio used the credit card in a Bath and Body Works store and a Champs apparel store and is video tapped. Stupid ghetto thugs, really Body Works and Champs. You all deserve to get caught for just being low-class stupid ass ghetto thugs and yes ghetto comes in many colors, but it is a really a life choice. Then we have Luis Rodriguez of Freeport, LI and pervert Richmond Hill High School coach goes to prison for sending X-rated material to an underage student, including a video of himself masturbating, prosecutors announced.

Now why did Eltouby open up a car dealership  in Jamaica and not his home of Long Island, well, because in Jamaica & the dirty Southeast Queens  you can get away with so MUCH SHIT. Hell, just ask some of our present and former elected officials: Rev. Floyd Flake, Ruben Wills, Malcolm Smith, Shirley Huntley, William Scarborough and  don’t forget the shady so-called medical professionals operating in Jamaica, like drug dealing Dr. Emmaunel Lambrakis who operated on Hillside Avenue near 178th Street ( and some of the shady non-profits ( and day care centers………oh and all the store front churches & shady religious organizations here (

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From Queens Courier:

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The Hillside Motors lot on Hillside Avenue in Jamaica.

A Long Island man who owns three different used car dealerships in Jamaica and Woodside allegedly fleeced the state out of more than $330,000 in sales tax revenue over five years, prosecutors announced on Friday.

Mamdoh Eltouby, 65, owns Planet Motor Cars, Inc., and Hillside Motors, LLC, both of which operate at 161-10 Hillside Ave. in Jamaica, and New York Motor Group, LLC, which operates at 60-20 Northern Boulevard in Woodside.

He was arraigned on charges that he intentionally under-reported more than $3.8 million in sales at his dealership between 2010 and 2015 in order to reduce his state and city tax obligations, according to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown.

The fraud was revealed through an investigation conducted by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Criminal Investigation Division with the help of forensic accountants assigned to the Queens District Attorney’s office.

“When consumers pay sales taxes they expect those funds to go into the public treasury and not to be pocketed by business owners,” Brown said in a statement on Jan. 13. “These types of paper crimes make every New Yorker a victim by cheating the government and the public out of money that is necessary to maintain services and infrastructure.”

Eltouby and his companies are charged with the second- and third-degree grand larceny, first-degree falsifying business records and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing. Eltouby was released on his own recognizance and is due back in court on April 7; if convicted, he could serve up to 15 years in prison. If the company is convicted, it may be fined up to $10,000 or twice the amount of the illegal gain, whichever is greater.


From Queens Courier:

They not only robbed a man of his property, but perhaps of his good will.

Cops are asking for the public’s help in tracking down three thieves who duped a man into helping them fixed an allegedly disabled vehicle, then robbed and assaulted him in South Ozone Park last month.

Police said the robbery occurred at 6:35 p.m. on Dec. 15, 2016 in the vicinity of Rockaway Boulevard and 131st Street, when the three suspects got the attention of the 58-year-old male victim and claimed to have a dead car battery. He stopped to attempt to help them after seeing one of the individuals holding jumper cables.

Then, according to authorities, one of the suspects — described as a Hispanic male between 30 and 35 years of age — grabbed the victim’s wallet, leading to a physical struggle. During the fracas, the suspect bit the victim’s hand, and a second suspect — described as a black male — then pulled out a small knife and cut the victim’s hand and nose.

Police said the two men and a third individual, a female with a light complexion, then took the victim’s credit cards, $800 in cash and his cellphone, then fled the scene in a black Hyundai.

The theft was reported to the 106th Precinct; the victim was treated for his injuries.


Detectives later obtained security camera images of two women using the victim’s credit cards to make purchases at a Bath and Body Works store and a Champs apparel store.

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Anyone with information regarding the suspects’ whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS, visit their website or send a text message to 274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. All calls and messages are kept confidential.

From Queens Courier:


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A former coach and teacher at Richmond Hill High School has been convicted of sending lewd videos and text messages to a teenage student.

UPDATED 9 a.m., Jan. 13

A former volleyball coach at Richmond Hill High School could be spending up to six years behind bards for sending X-rated material to an underage student, including a video of himself masturbating, prosecutors announced.

Luis Rodriguez, 45, a resident of Freeport, Long Island, was found guilty last December of charges including attempted use of a child in a sexual performance, disseminating indecent materials to minors and endangering the welfare of a child.

“The defendant was a trusted coach and teacher. He was someone whom parents believed their children would be safe with. But this defendant violated that trust,” Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said in a statement on Jan. 12. “This coach used an extracurricular school activity to prey on this young victim. This case should serve as a clear and unmistakable warning that law enforcement will arrest and prosecute sexual predators. This defendant is now going to prison as punishment for his actions and to protect society.”

Rodriguez coached the girl’s volleyball team and was an attendance teacher at Richmond Hill High School, located at 89-30 114th St., in October 2014, when he first made lewd contact with a then-15-year-old girl and member of the team.

According to Brown, Rodriguez contacted the girl multiple times through text message or the FaceTime video chat and sent her sexually explicit messages. He asked the teenager to inappropriately touch herself and to take and send him selfies of her naked.

In one instance, law enforcement sources said, Rodriguez expressed his desire to have sex with the girl and also wanted her to give him oral sex.

During the same period, authorities noted, Rodriguez sent to the victim’s cellphone a video of him masturbating.

Members of the 102nd Precinct Detective Squad, after being alerted to the lewd activity, arrested Rodriguez on Nov. 7, 2014. He now faces up to seven years behind bars when he is sentenced on Jan. 12, 2017.




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