JAMAICA TEEN HOOD RAT, DIEGO VELASCO, STABS OFF-DUTY COP AT HOME DURING HIS DAUGHTER’S FIRST COMMUNION PARTY- EVEN WHEN JAMAICA HOOD RATS GO TO PARTIES IN OTHER AREAS, THEY DON’T LEAVE THEIR GHETTO WAYS BEHIND, BUT BRING THEM

I just finished posting about the “Jamaica Bloody Mother’s Day” shooting that took place in Rosedale,  where two people were shot and one killed and stated how if there is a holiday, birthday party or some other celebration, Jamaica hood rats will act up and someone will get shot, stabbed or killed. BUT it does not only happen in Jamaica, but also when a Jamaica hood rats ventures out to another neighborhood.

In East Elmhurst, where a family was celebrating a young girl’s First Communion, 18 year old Jamaica’s Diego Velasco, shows up drunk, even though the family had no idea who he was and stabs an off-duty NYPD officer, Luiz Diaz, when Diaz, tried to remove him from the premises. Another adult was also stabbed by the Jamaica teen hood rat.

Neighbors were stunned by the violence that marred the special occasion. ‘My husband talks to him, he is a nice man,’ a neighbor said. ‘It’s all very strange – this is usually such a quiet neighborhood.

Well, not strange when a Jamaica hood rat is involved, this species of animal is known to be uncivilized with  violent outbursts and pulling out guns, knives and disrupting civilized people enjoying a celebration.

Again, I will say this, what is it with Jamaica and what is it with the people who raise such barbarians like Velasco. Jamaica, the breeding ground for hood rats.

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From Daily Mail:

Off-duty NYPD cop stabbed at home by teen, 18, during his daughter’s First Communion party

  • Luis Diaz, 43, was stabbed in the right arm during his daughter’s First Communion party
  • Diego Velasco, 18, drunkenly wandered into Diaz’s home on Saturday night 
  • When the off-duty NYPD officer tried to remove him, Velasco stabbed him
  • Both men were taken to the hospital and were released a few hours later
  • Velasco was arrested and charged with two counts of felony assault 

A man has been charged in the stabbing of an off-duty New York cop who was throwing his daughter a First Communion party.

Diego Velasco, 18, was arrested and charged with two counts of felony assault for knifing Luis Diaz, 43, outside his East Elmhurst home on Saturday around 9:30pm.

Velasco, who was unknown to the family, intruded on the small party.

When Diaz, 43, tried to remove him, Velasco stabbed his right arm, according to police.

He also allegedly slashed a 59-year-old relative of Diaz’s in the right shoulder.

Diego Velasco, 18, has been charged with two counts of felony assault for the stabbing of off-duty NYPD cop Luis Diaz, 43, at his East Elmhurst home (second from the right) on Saturday night during his daughter's  First Communion party

Diego Velasco, 18, has been charged with two counts of felony assault for the stabbing of off-duty NYPD cop Luis Diaz, 43, at his East Elmhurst home (second from the right) on Saturday night during his daughter’s First Communion party

According to police both Diaz and Velasco were treated at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Queens, in Flushing, and were released.

Diaz’s wounds were not life-threatening and therefore he was able to return home about three hours after the incident with a bandage on his right arm.

Meanwhile Velasco, who lives in Jamaica, was taken into custody.

‘There was a party going on at the house, kids running around everywhere,’ Kathy, a neighbor, who declined to give her last name, told the New York Daily News.

‘Then I came outside when all the sirens and lights started.’

Diaz’s wife, Ana, said Velasco walked in through the front door, apparently drunk, even though the family had never seen him before.

He refused to leave the house when her husband tried to kick him out, she said.

‘My husband was downstairs in the basement playing with the kids when this man came inside the house,’ she told the Daily News.

‘So we called him to take him out. It was very scary.’

Neighbors were stunned by the violence that marred the special occasion.

‘My husband talks to him, he is a nice man,’ a neighbor said.

‘It’s all very strange – this is usually such a quiet neighborhood.

Investigators are working to determine why Velasco was trying to gain entry to the party.

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