Ironic that just a few weeks ago, NY1 did a story on Laurelton with it’s nice homes, which it certainly does, but still ghetto crap finds its way into every nook and cranny of Jamaica, not matter what. First the main street of Merrick is Laurelton is your typical ghetto crap you find all over Jamaica (https://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/2017/02/22/and-now-the-ghetto-main-district-of-laurelton-no-so-nice/), then a shooting took place recently(https://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/jesus-fucking-christ-why-can-the-ghetto-crowd-act-like-civilized-human-beings-or-are-they-incapable-of-that-25-year-old-woman-shot-after-fight-breaks-out-in-laurelton-bar-on-shitty-merrick-blvd/) and now a postal worker was slashed by some resident hood rat named, Robert Powell, on 220th Place near 138 Ave.
Damn boy, assaulting a postal worker. Bring the lube to prison, because your ass is getting put away for a long time. And pull those fucking pants up, you are grown ass man. That is not some fashion statement, that is just STOOPID GHETTO.
You see ghetto crap is like a cancer. If you don’t get it in time, it spreads.
Postal Worker Slashed in Queens
Monday, March 6, 2017 at 08:06 PM EST
Police are investigating after a postal worker was slashed while on the job in Laurelton.
The NYPD says it happened just before 12:45pm Monday on 220th Place near 138th Avenue. Investigators say a 32-year-old man slashed the postal worker. Police searched for the suspect through the afternoon, eventually found him and arrested him.
The postal worker was taken to North Shore LIJ Hospital and is expected to survive.
The investigation is ongoing.
From Queens Courier:
SEE IT: Laurelton man slashes postal worker, then locks himself inside home when cops arrive
A man barricaded himself inside of his Laurelton home after stabbing a postal worker in the face on Monday morning, law enforcement sources said.
According to police, at around noon on March 6, a 49-year-old female postal worker was delivering mail in front of 137-37 220 Place. Robert Powell, 32, who lives at the residence, slashed the victim in the face with an unknown object, causing a deep laceration in her face.
Following the assault, Powell barricaded himself inside of his home and refused to open the door.
The NYPD Emergency Service Unit (ESU) and the hostage negotiation team were called to the scene. The victim was transported to North Shore Manhasset Hospital, where she received stitches, in stable condition.
A short time later, police said, ESU gained entry at the location and took Powell into custody without incident. He was charged with assault, obstruction of government administration and harassment in the second degree.