SE QUEENS, that mecca of ghetto, crap, garbage and human pieces of shit. We have a nice array here from Richmond Hill to Rochdale and in between. Of course Jamaica, where the notorious drug area around 171st St and 107 Ave saw some gun activity. I mean who the fuck is raising these folks. Hell, they would have a better chance being raised by wolves.
REMEMBER: You are responsible for your behavior, your actions and your outcome in life. NOBODY ELSE. You chose the path of ghetto shit and that is how you end up. NO FUCKING EXCUSES or BLAME GAME.
From The Daily News:
The 30-year-old woman got into the scrap on the sidewalk outside the M2 Billiards Lounge on Lefferts Blvd. near Jamaica Ave. in Richmond Hill at about 2:20 a.m.
During the fight, a woman grabbed the victim’s arm and a man slammed the scissors against her head.
A 28-year-old male friend of hers screamed, “Hey, she’s a girl, leave her alone.” He was punched and kicked for his trouble.
From The Daily News:
The 27-year-old woman was lying on her bed Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on 171st St. near 107th Ave. in Jamaica when gunfire erupted outside.
Three bullets smashed windows in her apartment. One of them grazed her ankle, sources said.
She called out in pain, and her cousin called 911. Cops found five shell casings outside, but have not made any arrests.
From Queens Courier:
South Queens woman used a cleaver to hack her aunt to death in their home: DA
A 30-year-old woman is now under arrest for allegedly murdering her aunt with a cleaver inside the south Queens home they shared last week.
Elizabeth Sanchez (aka Digna Sanchez-Ortiz) is charged with killing Maria Palaguachi, 50, at their home on 174th Street between 137th and 140th avenues in Rochdale on the morning of March 16.
According to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown, Sanchez attacked Palaguachi with a meat cleaver, striking her multiple times in the head, neck and shoulder.
The motive for the attack is unknown and remains under investigation, police said. The New York Daily News reported that police had been called to the location multiple times in the past year for reported domestic disturbances.
Officers from the 113th Precinct were called to the scene and found Palaguachi’s bloodied body just after 11 a.m. on March 16. Responding EMS units pronounced hear dead at the scene. The cleaver was recovered.
Following an investigation by the 113th Precinct Detective Squad, Sanchez was taken into custody on charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon. She is presently awaiting arraignment in Queens Criminal Court.
Sanchez faces up to 25 years to life behind bars if convicted, Brown said.
From Queens Times Ledger:
Jamaica man sentenced to 24 years in burglaries, conspiracy
JAMAICA — A Jamaica man was sentenced to 24 years in prison for conspiring to murder a witness to two home invasions he committed in March 2015, the Queens DA said.
Edward Leasure, 37, was arrested that month and pleaded guilty to burglary and conspiracy in August 2016, according to DA Richard Brown.
“Prospective witnesses in criminal cases must be protected at all times from outside interference, intimidation and threats of violence in order to insure the fair administration of justice,” Brown said about the sentencing. “In this case, the defendant admitted his guilt and the sentence imposed reflects the seriousness of his crimes.”
Brown said Leasure knocked on the front door of a Queens home on the morning of March 16, 2015. Clad in a ski mask and black jacket, he entered the house and pulled a firearm on a woman and her husband, demanding to see a “safe.”
“You had a big party Saturday night. I know you have a safe,’” Leasure allegedly said in sum and substance, according to the DA. “Show me the safe or I’ll shoot your wife in the foot!”
The woman gave him $300 and he fled, entering a nearby home reportedly to evade police capture. He held a woman and a man hostage at gunpoint, according to the DA. Brown said the phone rang at one point, with Leasure directing the man to pick up the phone and speak only English. A man speaking in Bengali asked on the other end of the line if there was a man with a gun in the house, telling the man held hostage to respond that he would see him for dinner if that was the case.
“‘OK, OK, OK, yes, dinner,” the man said, according to the DA’s office.
Leasure later conspired with his father, Eddie Marcus, 53, and his girlfriend, Latisha Larrymore, 31, to hire a hitman who would murder the witnesses in the home invasion trial, the DA said. Both Larrymore and Marcus were charged and are awaiting trial. Larrymore told authorities that Leasure told her to meet with Marcus, saying Marcus had found a “lawyer” who could handle the situation. The DA’s office said “lawyer” was a code for “hitman.”
Leasure was sentenced to 24 years for the home invasion burglaries as well as a concurrent 12-year term for the charge of conspiracy.
Reach reporter Patrick Donachie by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (718) 260–4573.