Latin Kings, Snow Gang, Crips, Bloods, MS-13 and many other gangs are alive and well in the SE Queens area and one has to ask ones self, what is it about this area that such scum can not only survive but flourish like crazy for years and years. I mean this did not just happen over night, but over a period of time.

BUT when quality of life laws are not enforced, when nonsense and bullshit continuously goes on without any type of repercussions, when elected  officials continually ignore issues within their community, when too many residents don’t give a shit take it as just par for the course in a community of color, well then a community of criminals & nonsense are able to thrive since they know damn well not much will be done.

Hence, illegal truck driving on residential streets, illegal parking of large tractor trailer trucks on streets and inside LIRR overpass tunnels, illegal garbage dumping by handy man, construction workers and others, auto body shops placing their junked and unlicensed vehicles all over streets and sidewalks and every other bullshit that goes on in this community, including the major criminal element here. Even the little things not only get ignored, they are not even on the radar. Want to blast a radio on a sidewalk in front of an apartment building, very little will be done. Want to hang out late at night in front of an apartment building drinking, yelling, fighting, playing loud music, very little will be done.  Want to drink alcohol and use drugs in a park, very little will be done.

EVERYONE knows Jamaica & SE Queens is the place to do dirty deeds, they don’t go to Forest Hills, they don’t go to Rego Park, they don’t go to LIC, but they all know to come to JAMAICA & SE QUEENS, because it is a FREE FOR ALL. Jamaica & SE Queens BREEDS THIS TYPE OF ELEMENT.

Damn, that white boy in the back is cutting up some good shit.


From Queens Courier:

Photo via Shutterstock

Photo via Shutterstock

Police dethroned six alleged members of the Latin Kings gang in south Queens this week as a result of a three-month undercover investigation into drug and gun deals in the area, prosecutors announced on Friday.

According to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown, the probe culminated on the morning of July 18, when police officers raided the home of David Golden, 21, who was with four alleged associates at the time: Jesus Merced, 23, of Hempstead, NY, and Ozone Park’s Janet Rodriguez, 30, Alberto Santiago, 21 and Malik Santiago, 16. During the court-authorized search, police found a defaced .22-caliber semi-automatic pistol, $1,250 in cash, various quantities of marijuana, cocaine and heroin, and drug paraphernalia.

 Law enforcement sources identified Golden as the alleged ringleader of the gun and drug sale operation that involved members of what’s called the Woodhaven Mayans, a subset of the Latin Kings. Between April 11 and June 22 of this year, authorities said, Golden made repeated contacts with an undercover officer posing as a buyer and sold the agent various narcotics and weapons.

“These arrests should serve as a warning to other drug dealers and gang members that the law enforcement community will continue to aggressively track down those who traffic in drugs and illegal firearms and seek to put them in prison,” Brown said in a statement on July 21.

Prosecutors said the investigation came about through the joint efforts of the NYPD Queens Gang Unit and the DA’s Gang Violence and Hate Crimes Bureau. The undercover officer allegedly engaged in 13 different heroin, cocaine and prescription drug purchases involving Golden or one of his associates — including Travis Gonzalez, 16, and Edgardo Torres, 17, both Queens residents — over the three-month period.

On May 13, law enforcement sources noted, Golden allegedly contacted the undercover officer and asked if he was interested in purchasing firearms, which the suspect called “toys.” He informed the officer that he was awaiting a shipment of guns from out of state, with the firearms going for between $600 and $800.

Twelve days later, on May 25, Golden allegedly met with the undercover officer and provided him with 24 grams of a substance believed to be cocaine in exchange for $1,300. Prosecutors said that Golden then made a phone call and told the officer that the gun shipment arrived, and that someone was bringing it on a bicycle.

Moments later, according to the charges, Gonzalez arrived on the scene and handed the undercover officer a black bag containing a small case which included a .38-caliber revolver with five rounds in the cylinder.

Authorities said that the undercover agent then met with Torres on June 22 paid $500 for what he was told would be 100 glassine envelopes of heroin. However, prosecutors said, the envelopes did not contain the narcotic.

On July 17, the day before the raid, police spotted Golden leaving his Liberty Avenue residence and meeting with Walter Ramos, 36, who provided him cash in exchange for marijuana and a bag containing multicolored pills. Police later arrested Ramos and recovered the pot as well as the pills, which were Endocet (a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen), alprazolam (Xanax) and oxycodone pills.

Each of the suspects were variously charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, conspiracy, criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal sale of a firearm and unlawful possession of a weapon. Golden faces up to 8 1/3 to 25 years behind bars if convicted.



Yes, I know, meat does not magically get onto your plate, animals are slaughtered, but do we need to have slaughterhouses in residential areas, I mean we are not some shit hole third world country, OH WAIT, I forgot, this is Queens, the third world borough. But I will say, these place are much better than those horrible factory farms, at least they don’t have animals crammed into crates where they cannot move around and more than likely are treated more humanely  than those horrible factory farms, but still, do we need slaughterhouses in residential areas.

And for the record, I am a vegetarian.


From Queens Courier:

Photo: Shutterstock

Here we goat again.

Police officers wrangled an escaped goat that was spotted running loose in Ozone Park.

ABC7 first reported that a goat was out and about behind M.S. 137 at 98th Street and 109th Avenue early this morning. The goat had reportedly escaped from a nearby slaughterhouse.

Police officers caught the goat and returned it to its original owner. It is unknown at this time what fate awaits the goat.

Cops have had a history of chasing down animals who have escaped from slaughterhouses in Queens. This past February, a runaway bull escaped from a slaughterhouse in Jamaica and managed to evade the police for over two hours before being captured. The bull died later that day while in custody of an Animal Care Centers of NYC facility in Brooklyn.

Last year, in January 2016, a cow made a daring escape from a Jamaica slaughterhouse. It was later wrangled by officers from the 103rd Precinct, who had caught an escaped goat the day before.


Nothing like making a shitty area, even more shitter with  the a so called “safe haven” and drop-in center, which will house 50 adults for an average of nine months and serve a maximum of 75 clients coming off the street for a day to eat and shower.

The center says they will have a robust 24/7 staffing with on-premise security. YEAH, RIGHT. Expect loitering, drug dealing, increase in crime and other nonsense that this population brings to communities.

I wonder if Breaking Ground’s Executive Director has shelters on his/her block or in his/her community.

The bullshit NEVER ends in SE Queens.

How about a “safe haven” for hard working tax payers who own their property and want a decent quality of life. How about that.


From Queens Tribune:

Ozone Park Drop-In Center Opens

on: May 18, 2017In: 

The Drop-In Center site on Atlantic Avenue. Photo by Jon Cronin

By Jon Cronin, Editor

The Breaking Ground Drop-In Center has partially opened its Ozone Park location.

Marian Molina, chairwoman of Community Board 9’s health and safety committee, announced at the board’s meeting last week that the homeless center had debuted in the community.

However, a spokeswoman for Breaking Ground said that the residential “safe haven” portion of the center is not yet open.

“Breaking Ground Queens Street to Home staff are currently working out of the building and seeing some of their existing clients there,” the spokeswoman said. “The building is not yet open for walk-ins. Psychiatrists and street medicine nurse practitioners are available to Street to Home clients as needed. The opening of the full facility will be in phases.”

Breaking Ground’s mission is to get homeless persons into permanent housing with the aid of on-site social workers and psychiatric and medical staff.

The nonprofit’s plan includes a “safe haven” and drop-in center, which involves the housing of 50 adults for an average of nine months. It would also serve a maximum of 75 clients coming off the street for a day to eat and shower as well as those in need of education and services that aid in the prevention of losing housing.

In the safe haven portion, residents would get their own room or private space and have no curfews or check-ins. The center would also have a robust 24/7 staffing with on-premise security. Residents would not be kicked out during the day as they are in shelters and are encouraged to stay inside and not loiter outside.

The site has drawn protests from local residents and parents of the High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture, which is less than 1,000 feet away.  If the site were a traditional shelter, it would be in violation of state law, which prohibits shelters from being within 1,000 feet of a school.

Councilman Ruben Wills (D-Jamaica) held a town hall in December, during which residents vociferously demonstrated that they are against the opening of the drop-in center.


And more ghetto nonsense as usual in ghetto SE Queens and in was seems to be getting worse by the minute, Ozone Park.

Let’s see, a Thursday night at 9:30pm, men in their 30’s just hanging out in a playground, SURE, nothing can go wrong with that scenario in the ghetto, especially on a hot evening.

As usual ghetto folks behaving ghetto.


From The Daily News:

Man fatally shot during argument near Queens playground

The victim, who’s in his 30s, was blasted once in the chest on 88th St. by Atlantic Ave. in Ozone Park.


A man was shot dead during an argument across from a Queens playground Thursday night, cops said.

The victim, who’s in his 30s, was blasted once in the chest on 88th St. by Atlantic Ave. in Ozone Park, near the London Planetree Playground, just after 9:30 p.m., police said. Police have not yet released the victim’s name.

He was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where he died, authorities said.

Cops were searching the scene for evidence early Friday morning.


Cops were searching the scene for evidence early Friday morning.

Police are asking anyone with info about the shooting to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.


And it is ironic over at Times Ledger two articles I made comments about ( &, someone made a comment about one of my comments about the high crime involving Blacks and Hispanics and the response was:

Wow….. Talk about ignorant racists….I expectED more from you. This engagement in idiotic racial profiling that you’ve displayed just lost you a lot of my respect. Yes, they’re criminals. No one denies that. But whites, asians, latinos also commit crimes. Not only “ghetto thugs.” I respect your fight for civic improvement but you’ve gotta work on your tactics.And actually, crime is spread pretty evenly across races. It’s public perception that distorts things.

But see I never claim that ghetto thugs are of one race, ghetto thugs are just that, ghetto thugs who terrorize communities and the reason why so many communities (especially of color) are not safe and so much nonsense exists in said communities.  And NO, crime is not committed equally among races. I suggest anyone read the NYPD report:

But then I don’t need to read the report, just look at the areas with high rates of crime in the city, SE Queesn (South Jamaica, Jamaica, Ozone Park), Brooklyn (Brownsville, East New York, Rockaway Beach) and many parts of the Bronx.

I am not being “racist” nor am I generalizing, I am dealing in statistics and facts. And since i have been all over NYC and the different boroughs, it is not like I have my head in the clouds. Reality is just that reality and statistics are just that statistics. But for those who chose not to indulge in reality and facts, I guess Trump is the best president we ever had.

Just own your shit folks. Kind of hard to solve a problem, when you don’t admit there is a problem to begin with.


From Queens Courier:

Photos via Google Maps, insets courtesy of the NYPD

Police are looking for two unknown men who assaulted two employees while being thrown out of an Ozone Park bowling alley.

At approximately 1:39 a.m. on Sunday, April 9, two unknown individuals were being escorted out of Bowl 360, located at 98-18 Rockaway Blvd., by two male employees (ages 30 and 44) when the individuals started an altercation with the employees.

 During the altercation, one individual hit the 44-year-old employee in the head with a bottle and the other individual hit the 30-year-old employee in the head with an ice scraper. Following the incident, the suspects fled westbound on Rockaway Avenue.

The victims suffered lacerations to their heads and were transported to Jamaica Hospital in fair condition.

The suspects are described as black males. One was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a black and gray sweater, a black shirt and dark colored pants while the second was last seen wearing a blue bandanna, a black hooded sweater with the words “New York” across its chest and blue jeans.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).  The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls and messages are kept confidential.

From Queens Courier:

Photos courtesy of NYPD
The two suspects behind the May 13 robbery of an auto body shop in South Ozone Park.

Cops are looking for two gunmen in sunglasses who held up an auto body shop in South Ozone Park on Saturday afternoon.

Law enforcement sources said the stickup took place at 1:15 p.m. on May 13 at the Ozone Auto Body garage located at 125-07 Rockaway Blvd., off 125th Street.

 According to police, the two suspects walked into the garage and displayed silver firearms as they confronted the shop’s owner and four employees. The crooks demanded the payroll money, then forced the five victims to the ground.

Seconds later, authorities said, the perpetrators removed money and other personal property from the victims, then fled the location foot eastbound on Rockaway Boulevard and then southbound on 126th Street. There, police noted, the suspects were observed entering a white SUV — believed to be a Dodge Nitro — that sped away.

Officers from the 106th Precinct responded to the robbery; none of the victims were injured.

Police described the suspects as black males in their 30s standing 5 foot 10 inches tall and wearing sunglasses. One of the bandits wore a black hooded sweatshirt, a black jacket, blue jeans and black sneakers, while his cohort wore a red hooded sweatshirt, a black jacket, black pants and black-and-white sneakers.

Anyone with information regarding the suspects’ whereabouts is urged 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.



The future of Jamaica

The future of Jamaica

As usual not a peep out of questionable Queens Borough President Melinda Katz with this homeless drop-in center being placed in Ozone Park, which DOES NOT HAVE A HOMELESS ISSUE, but it will now when all the problematic bottom of the barrel folks made there way to Ozone Park for a nap, shower (I doubt that), get something to eat, etc. This is the equivalent of putting out milk for stray cats. Once they know where the milk is, they keep coming back and they bring their buddies. But the folks in Ozone Park would rather have cats (no pun intended) than problematic homeless folks, which will more than likely being very problematic single males.

So Katz, why didn’t  you have this put on your block, I mean “if it’s good for families, it’s good for Queens.” I guess as long as it is not in your own backyard, but someone elses like people of color and  immigrant communities.

So black people and immigrants, remember Melinda Katz when it comes time for election. She stood by silently, while they dumped more homeless shit in your community.



From Queens  Chronicle:

Ozone Park anti-drop-in center crowd promises resistance


Ozone Park residents said Sunday they will not be deterred in their opposition to a homeless drop-in center on Atlantic Avenue, even as the lease for the building was finalized days before.

“We’re not giving up the fight,” resident Joe Maldonado said at a protest in front of the building.

The Department of Homeless Services and Breaking Ground last Thursday signed a lease agreement with the landlord of 100-32 Atlantic Ave., which previously housed Dallis Bros. Coffee, to turn the site into a drop-in center. The center will not be a permanent place of residence, but rather a place for homeless people on the street to go to take a shower or get something to eat. It will be operated by Breaking Ground.

Details of the lease or when the site will become operational were not immediately available.

A few dozen residents, along with Assemblyman Mike Miller (D-Woodhaven), stood outside the site Sunday to protest the move.

“You’re getting the worst of the worst over here,” said Maldonado, a Republican who unsuccessfully challenged Miller in November. “It’s unsafe.”

He and others cited the presence of public and private schools within a one-mile radius of the site, including the High School of Construction, Trades, Engineering and Architecture — which is less than 200 feet from the drop-in center.

“Why didn’t they think about that?” said concerned resident Wanda Torres. “I think it’s too close to homes and too close to the school.”

When the drop-in center was first proposed last summer, the community raised concerns over its proximity to the high school because any sex offender potentially staying there would be in violation of state law mandating they stay 1,000 feet from any educational facility.

DHS and Breaking Ground officials told residents late last year it would not serve sex offenders at the site – but that still remains an issue for some who believe the nonprofit will have trouble accurately identifying them.

Councilman Ruben Wills (D-South Jamaica) discussed the matter in a statement, issued in conjunction with Miller last Friday.

“The current deficiencies within the Department of Homeless Services and its providers have led to both unintentional and blatant violations of State statutes that govern the movement of certain sex offenders (i.e. Skyway); the same is likely to happen here,” the councilman said, referring to the South Ozone Park shelter. “I cannot in good faith endorse any such proposal under these circumstances, and have repeatedly urged DHS and Breaking Ground to reconsider.”

Looking for a way to stop the center, residents wondered if they could seek a court injunction against it. Miller said he would contact the law firm that fought a proposed homeless shelter in Glendale.

“Do you see them in there, in Glendale?” the assemblyman responded when asked by a resident if the firm was a good choice.

Stanley Shuckman, a realtor who owns the strip of stores across the street from the Atlantic Avenue site, volunteered to pay for the legal services.

Shuckman said he showed the DHS and Breaking Ground several sites he believes would have been more suitable for the center.

“I had a very specific criteria,” Shuckman said. “It would’ve solved all these problems.”

He did not specify which sites he showed told the two groups but last month officials from both the DHS and Breaking Ground Community Board 9 none of the suggestions he gave them would have been suitable.

But Shuckman believes that’s because the landlord of the Atlantic Avenue site, Fred Khalili, was able to give them an attractive deal.

“Why else would you hold onto a vacant property for months and not put it on the market?” the realtor said.

Miller, in his statement, said, “When Breaking Ground and Department of Homeless Services was given the opportunity to find viable alternative locations they appeased the community by looking at other sites and then claimed the original location was the best fit. They settled for this location because it was available and the landlord was looking to rent it.”

He also said the agencies were not being transparent with the community on the details of the plan.

“No matter how many times I asked for updated information, both organizations were not forthcoming,” the legislator said. “This is the process? Where is the community involvement?”

Community Board 9 Chairman Raj Rampershad said at last Tuesday’s board meeting he plans to meet with the DHS and Breaking Ground in the near future.

Officials from the nonprofit told CB 9 last month it plans to phase in the number of homeless people it serves at the site, starting with 10 per day. That number will remain steady until next year, when it will go up to 50 and ultimately 125.



katz crapAND let’s be REAL & HONEST, this is why NO ONE wants homeless shelters in their communities let alone communities that already have tons of them like Jamaica and SE Queens. The majority of the people going into them are problematic, lacking in social skills & manners, dirtbags, slobs and any other adjective or name you want to enter here______________.  I have no damn sympathy for these folks, because they treat whatever areas they go into like a garbage dump.

AND no doubt that the homeless in this hotel turned slop house are not even from Ozone Park, I bet they are not even anywhere near the area. Again you don’t see these dirtbags being shipped into Forest Hills, hood of the evil white queens Melinda Katz. Wonder why?



From Queens  Chronicle:

Homeless hotel causing problems in Ozone Park


Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017 12:45 pm | Updated: 4:30 pm, Mon Feb 13, 2017.

The Department of Homeless Services recently moved 27 homeless families into the Comfort Inn in Ozone Park — and a nearby resident says the area has become a hotspot for illicit activity.

“It’s filthy there,” said Dominic, a resident who lives nearby. “There’s food just laying on the windowsills all the time … people smoking marijuana outside.”

It’s unclear when the families were moved to the hotel, located at 137-30 Redding St., a short distance from PS/MS 202.

A spokeswoman for the DHS said in an emailed statement, “We are currently using some rooms in this location to shelter homeless families with children who would otherwise be turned out onto the street. We are using hotels as a bridge to shelter homeless New Yorkers while we work to increase shelter capacity citywide.”

Dominic said in addition to people smoking marijuana, he’s spotted people he believes to be living in the hotel engaging in sexual activity.

He’s not the only one to report such acts, as other residents have reported them to area politicians.

Police could not immediately be reached for comment.