I have to say I am amazed how people who live in the dirty Southeast Queens leave their door homes unlocked, windows opened, back doors unlocked and then wonder why they get robbed. I know that many of the South Asian immigrants tend to always have their security doors on their houses wide open and tied to a railing exposing the cheap wooded door to the home, which with one kick can knock it down, as can be seen by this slob third world country house at 170-09 89 ave, where both the front security door and basement security door is wide open exposing the cheap “knock it down in a minute wooden door”, not that there probably is anything worth taking. They deserve to be broken into. Oh wait did, I just give out the address of this shit place with all the garbage and the illegal conversions in it.  Oops, me bad.


Seems the majority of these break-ins took place in that getting in more awful South Ozone Park (the new Jamaica) and Hollis.

So lock you damn doors and windows folks, we ain’t living in Mayberry RFD, this is the  fucking dirty Southeast Queens.

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From DNAInfo New York:

2 Burglars Break Into at Least 20 Homes in Southeast Queens, Police Say

By Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska | January 31, 2017 12:07pm

 The suspects targeted homes in Jamaica, Ozone Park and Hollis, police said.

The suspects targeted homes in Jamaica, Ozone Park and Hollis, police said.


QUEENS — Police are hunting for a pair of men who brazenly broke into at least 20 homes across Southeast Queens in broad daylight over the past three months — stealing money, jewelry and electronics, authorities said.

The duo first struck on Oct. 17 of last year, swiping items from a house near 116th Street and the Van Wyck Expressway in South Jamaica, police said.

They hit three more homes that month, two more in November and 10 in December, police said.

Then thieves continued their spree this month, breaking into another four homes, the NYPD said.

The last incident took place on Jan. 11 at 133rd Avenue and 122nd Place in South Ozone Park.

In each case, the thieves either unlocked doors or forced their way into the homes before fleeing with valuables, police said.

In most of the incidents, the suspects broke into the homes in broad daylight while their owners were at work.

Over the weekend, authorities released surveillance video showing the suspects at one of the burglarized homes at 189th Street and 99th Avenue in Hollis on Dec. 30.

Police did not have a total value for the stolen items.

Here’s the complete list of break-ins connected to this burglary pattern:

• Oct. 17 around 11 a.m. at 116th Street and the Van Wyck Expressway, South Jamaica
• Oct. 22 around 10:30 a.m. at 125th Street and 116th Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Oct. 25 around 7 a.m. at 120th Street and North Conduit Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Oct. 28 around noon at 120th Street and 133rd Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Nov. 4 around noon at 118th Avenue and 128th Street, South Ozone Park
• Nov. 5 around 1 p.m. at 120th Street and Sutter Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Dec. 4 around 5:45 p.m. at 100th Avenue and 202nd Street, Hollis
• Dec. 6, around noon at 114th Street and 149th Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Dec. 17 around 4:30 p.m. at 100th Avenue and 199th Street, Hollis
• Dec. 17 around 6 p.m. at 94th Avenue and 208th Street, Queens Village
• Dec. 21 around noon at 120th Avenue and 132nd Street, South Ozone Park
• Dec. 22 around 7:30 a.m. at 111st Street and 103rd Avenue, South Richmond Hill
• Dec. 22 around 10 a.m. at 93rd Avenue and 211st Street, Queens Village
• Dec. 23 around 3 p.m. at 89th Avenue and 207th Street, Queens Village
• Dec. 23 around 4:30 p.m. at 111st Avenue and 123rd Street, South Ozone Park
• Dec. 30 around 11 a.m. at 189th Street and 99th Avenue, Hollis
• Jan. 2 around noon at 205th Street and 100th Avenue, Hollis
• Jan. 9 around 8:30 a.m. at 124th Street and 152nd Avenue, South Ozone Park
• Jan. 9 around 10:30 a.m. at 100th Avenue and 202nd Street, Hollis
• Jan. 11 around 7:45 p.m. at 133rd Avenue and 122nd Place, South Ozone Park.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).  



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