From the NY Post:
Cops responding to a domestic dispute in Queens Sunday found a squalid apartment filled with endangered children, abused pit bulls, dangerous snakes and a lizard.
Cops took Jasean Holmes from the run-down Richmond Hill flat, and arrested them both after seeing evidence of animal cruelty and danger to the five children.
Sources said cops have been called to the house dozens of times on domestic disputes, but never arrested the father because his wife would not press charges.
But this time, sources said, Holmes, 29, tangled with his wife after an EMS unit responded, and crew members witnessed the attack.
The EMS crew had actually arrived on the scene first around 8 a.m. in response to a call that someone had been bitten by a dog.
There, they saw the couple squabbling outside their home, and called police when the man started beating his wife and kicking one of the dogs.
Cops who arrived found four children, ages 7 through 11, in their apartment, along with five adult pit bulls, 10 pit bull puppies, two boa constrictor snakes and a lizard.
Holmes was charged with aggravated cruelty to animals, torturing or injuring animals, acting in a manner injurious to a child, and assault for allegedly hitting his wife.
It was unclear if the woman would face any charges.
From the NY Post:
A tipsy squabble outside a strip club erupted into a bizarre catfight — complete with the stabbing of a helpful bystander — in Queens early Saturday, cops said.
A jealous threesome of women — Teira Fisher, 29, Tamara Fuller, 26, and Jazmine Smith — allegedly followed two other ladies from a nightclub to Riviera Gentleman’s Club in Astoria because they were mad the gals had gotten into the VIP section even though they were rejected.
The nightlife bullies then started hollering high-school-style insults such as “Snob!” and “You’re stuck up!” before punching the poor ladies in the face at around 3:15 a.m., according to police.
A bystander tried to break up the catty smackdown, but a boyfriend of one of the attackers then stabbed the good Samaritan in the thigh and cheek with a sharp object, police sources said.
The three women and the boyfriend, Robert Annunziatta, were charged with harassment and assault, police sources said.