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LATISLIP, NY – The Long Island Republican Party was notified that police are investigating an incident that allegedly took place in front of their headquarters on the 500 block of Coney Island Blvd. on Nov. 4. A caller to the party at around 4 p.m. on November 3 claimed that she was assaulted and robbed of a vehicle, although she did not identify herself at the time. The caller had said that two men with guns demanded money, the driver of which has since been identified as an alleged serial rapist and armed robbery suspect.
Officers at the precinct arrived to find a man with a firearm on top of the vehicle, but the victim identified him as the suspect when asked if he was the one who assaulted her. The caller told officers that the suspect had a knife, but officers quickly determined that the knife could not have been removed from the vehicle by any means, and this was true as well. The caller was then asked if she felt safe with the armed robbers still on the scene. The man did not respond, and the officer immediately attempted to escort her to safety and she complied with his request and took refuge with the nearby police officers, who quickly separated the two suspects when it became obvious that they did not wish to pursue the victim, and fled.
As police investigated the attack, they later learned that both the driver and passenger of the van, who was not identified by law enforcement, had been assaulted in front of a private home, and there were reports that the person holding the knife had been stabbed during the incident. One of the men who witnessed the attack told investigators that he noticed the driver lying on the ground, bleeding from a neck wound and with a knife raised in the air as if to strike the victim in the head, while the passenger was sitting in the passenger seat. Police later determined that a knife in the passenger seat was found at the scene.
Investigators later learned that the vehicle’s driver fled to Jamaica Plain while the passenger and passenger were taken to Long Island University Medical Center, and that the passenger, who was arrested early in the investigation, was not injured.
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