Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Queens crime is always interesting

From the NY Post:

Shea it ain't so!

A belligerent and plastered Met fan -- named Robert Shea -- was booted from Citi Field during a game against the Houston Astros on Oct. 4.

Shea, 47, of Babylon, LI -- not related to the former stadium's namesake -- had thrown a fit after he was denied booze.

"I can't f- - -ing believe this! I'm a season-ticket holder!" he screamed.

Shea was charged with trespassing, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct, said a spokeswoman for DA Richard Brown.

A South Ozone Park man attacked his roommate after the victim complained about his cigarette smoke, officials said yesterday.

Kiran Manick-Dayananda, 31, was confronted by his roomie, 49, at about 12:30 a.m. Monday for smoking and not closing the door in their basement apartment on 121st Street near 135th Avenue.

Cops said Manick-Dayananda threw the man to the ground and punched him in the face.

He was charged with assault and harassment, the DA spokeswoman said.

Stick a fork in him!

A St. Albans man stabbed a friend in the butt with a barbecue fork during a late-night argument, sources said.

Ronald Kerr, 56, was in the back yard of his house, at 116th Road near 193rd Street, at about 3 a.m. on Sunday when he got into the fight with his pal.

The skewered man had to get stitches.

Kerr was arrested and slapped with assault and harassment charges, the spokeswoman said.

A Jackson Heights man was found slashed to death underneath his mattress early yesterday.

The victim, 36, was discovered at about 4 a.m. at his apartment on 73rd Street near 37th Avenue with his neck cut, cops said. It was not immediately clear why he was under the mattress.


Anonymous said...

Just a few "Tiles" in Mayor Dinkin's (Remember HIM?) Gorgeous Mosaic that make up NYC

Anonymous said...

I'll kill a mother F'er is he blows ciggarette smoke near or at me.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't this Met fan understand? The team does not serve him, he serves the team.

The innocent days when you could bring your own food and video cameras to a game have gone the way of the horse-and-buggy.

But there is a solution- don't attend.