Criminal Gangs Who Ransacked NYC Arrived In Chauffeured Cars, Used Power Tools, Witnesses Say

Criminal Gangs Who Ransacked NYC Arrived In Chauffeured Cars, Used Power Tools, Witnesses Say

Mayor de Blasio and several high-ranking NYPD officials have already spoken out about the organized gangs of criminals who appear to be responsible for most of the looting in NYC. Now, a group of cops investigating the highly-coordinated crimes are telling local TV stations that they have evidence many of the looters were chauffeured to the “jobs” and brought large arsenals of power tools to help them break in.

Witnesses who spoke to these officers claimed they saw looters who showed up in separate vehicles work together in large groups to facilitate the looting that broke out in retail areas in Soho, Fifth Ave. and elsewhere.

According to ABC 6, one of the numerous eyewitness reports received by police came from Carla Murphy, who lives in Chelsea.

Murphy, in an interview Tuesday, said she started hearing commotion from mobs of people along her street and neighboring streets about 10:30 p.m. Monday night. She first watched from her building and then went down to the street and saw organized groups of people working together to break in to store after store in the West Side neighborhood.

NYC looters and vandals chauffeured in cars, had power tools ...

“Cars would drive up, let off the looters, unload power tools and suitcases and then the cars would drive away,” she said. “Then the cars would come back pick them up and then drive off to the next spot. They seemed to know exactly where they were going. Some of the people were local, but there were a lot of out-of-towners.”

Murphy said she saw license plates from New Jersey and Pennsylvania and drivers had not even tried to hide their tags.

After calling 911 and not getting through, Murphy visited the 10th Precinct in Manhattan, where she says dispatchers mostly brushed her off. Police didn’t arrive on scene until hours later.

But then again, as Murphy said, many of the looters didn’t even bother to hide their tags. Unless they used exclusively stolen tags and managed to make it all the way into the city without being stopped, detectives will likely be rounding up many of those responsible for the looting and the mass property theft, using evidence captured by the hundreds of thousands of cameras recording movements in the city. NYPD detectives are trying to collect evidence from as many looted stores “as possible”.

Police suspect many of the lootings involved a combination of anarchist agitators as well as gang members and other career criminals.

Officers who spoke with ABC 6 said the crews who “worked” the lootings clearly had a sophisticated communications system relying on text messages, messaging apps and lookouts.

via zerohedge

26 comments

    1. Hi Karl.
      Deblasio is a fine example of an elected official violating his oath. NYC is ruined as far as I and many others are concerned. Illegals, felons freed, no charges on those committing crimes and reckless spending by Deblasio. And now, he IS fiddling while NYC burns! Too late that now he would activate the national Guard. Disgusting

      1. Blame that worthless liar POS CUOMO he is just as guilty as the rest of the demonrats in charge of NY

    2. ISN’T THAT SPECIAL MR MAYOR….WHERE WERE THE POLICE TO PROTECT THE INNOCENT….AND THE PROPERTY OF OTHERS. MAYBE THEY SHOULD BE REINBURSED BY THE CITY OF NEW YORK FOR THEIR LOSS…OR DON’T PAY TAXES FOR 6 MONTHS..

  1. This is what happens when the people elect democRAT officals to run their cities and nothing is done..sad state of affairs and NYC officials wonder why citizens are bailing out faster than running water!

  2. Looks like the resume for De Blasio needs to be expanded! That jackass fool should be put under the jail as no one can afford him being set loose on the public again. And all he can do is show that damning grin of his while the city falls apart !

    1. Why do you think they let out all those criminals from jail? They needed some experts with knowledge of how to get it do.

  3. He has a FINE upstanding daughter that he is VERY proud of!!! Need I say more about this POS Democommie? Shoot him and some looters at the same time. Put them in a line so that you can use the same round. Ammo is expensive and should be conserved at all costs. SHOOT a commie looter and save the city!!!

  4. This article is so full of holes. Starting with no station in NYC, as ABC 6. I would agree re De Blasio doing a bad job, but the rest of this story is fiction

  5. I’ll try again

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    New York’s New Bail Laws

    Prepared by Senior Executive Assistant District Attorney James C. Quinn 11/19/19.

    Under the new bail laws, effective January 1, 2020, Judges in New York State cannot set bail on any of the following crimes (and most attempts to commit these crimes), and must release the defendant on non-monetary conditions, regardless of criminal record, ties to the community or previous bench warrants on other cases:
    Penal Law Section:
    140.25 Burglary 2° (Residential)
    Burglary 2 as a Hate Crime
    140.20 Burglary 3° (Commercial)
    Burglary 3 as a Hate Crime
    160.10 Robbery 2° (Aided by Another)
    Robbery 2 as a Hate Crime
    160.05 Robbery 3°
    220.31 – 220.43 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°and 5°
    220.28 Use of a Child to Commit a Controlled Substance Offense
    220.03 – 220.21 Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°, 5° and 7°
    220.44 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance In or Near School Grounds
    220.46 Criminal Injection of a Narcotic Drug (into another person)
    220.48 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance to a Child
    220.65 Criminal Sale of a Prescription for a Controlled Substance by a Pharmacist
    220.70 – 220.74 Criminal Possession or Manufacture of Methamphetamine
    120.00 Assault 3°
    Assault 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.01 Reckless Assault of a Child by a Day Care Provider
    120.02 Reckless Assault of a Child
    120.50-120.60 Stalking 2°, 3°and 4°
    Stalking 2, 3 and 4 as a Hate Crime
    120.03 Vehicular Assault 1° and 2°
    120.04-a Aggravated Vehicular Assault
    120.12 Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old
    Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old s a Hate Crime
    120.13 Menacing 1°, 2° and 3°
    Menacing 1, 2 and 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.25 Reckless Endangerment 1°and 2°
    120.30 Promoting a Suicide Attempt
    120.60 (2) Stalking 1° (while committing a sex offense)
    120.45 – 120.55 Stalking 2°, 3° and 4°
    121.11 Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation
    125.10 Criminally Negligent Homicide
    125.12 Vehicular Manslaughter 2°
    125.14 Aggravated Vehicular Manslaughter
    125.15 Manslaughter 2°
    135.10 Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2°
    Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    135.37 Aggravated Labor Trafficking
    135.45 – 135.50 Custodial Interference 1° and 2°
    135.55 Substitution of Children
    135.60 – 135.65 Coercion 1°, 2° and 3°
    Coercion 1°, 2° and 3° as a Hate Crime
    140.05 – 140.17 Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° as a Hate Crime
    140.35 Possession of Burglar’s Tools
    140.40 Unlawful Possession of Radio Devices (police scanners)
    145.00 – 145.10 Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4°
    Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4° as a Hate Crime
    145.14 – 145.70 Criminal Tampering 1°, 2° and 3°
    145.22 – 145.23 Cemetery Desecration 1° and 2°
    145.26 – 145.27 Aggravated Cemetery Desecration 1°and 2°
    145.25 Reckless Endangerment of Property
    145.40 – 140.45 Tampering with a Consumer Product 1°and 2°
    145.60 Making Graffiti
    145.65 Possession of Graffiti Instruments
    150.01 – 150.10 Arson 3° (intentionally damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 4° (recklessly damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 5° (intentionally damage property of another by fire or explosion) Arson 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime
    155.30 – 155.42 Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) as a Hate Crime
    155.43 Aggravated Grand Larceny of an ATM 155.25 Petit Larceny
    Petit Larceny as a Hate Crime
    156.20 – 156.27 Computer Tampering 1°, 2°, 3°, and 4°
    156.10 Computer Trespass
    156.05 Unauthorized Use of a Computer
    156.29 – 156.30 Unlawful Duplication of Computer Related Material 1° and 2°
    158.05 – 158.25 Welfare Fraud 1° ($1,000,000)
    Welfare Fraud 2° ($50,000)
    Welfare Fraud 3° ($3,000)
    Welfare Fraud 4° ($1,000)
    Welfare Fraud 5° (any amount)
    158.30 – 158.35 Criminal Use of a Public Benefit Card 1° and 2°
    158.40 – 158.50 Criminal Possession of a Public Benefit Card 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.05 – 165.08 Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.09 – 165.11 Auto Stripping 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.15 Theft of Services
    165.17 Unauthorized Use of a Credit Card or Public Benefit Card
    165.25 Jostling
    165.50 Fraudulent Accosting
    165.40 – 165.54 Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    170.05 – 170.15 Forgery 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.20 – 170.30 Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.40 Criminal Possession of Forgery Devices
    170.70 Criminal Possession of Vehicle Identification Number
    170.65 Forgery of a Vehicle Identification Number
    175.05 – 175.10 Falsifying Business Records 1° and 2°
    175.20 – 175.25 Tampering with Public Records 1° and 2°
    175.30 – 175.35 Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1° and 2°
    176.10 – 176.30 Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    177.05 – 177.25 Health Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    178.10 – 178.25 Criminal Diversion of Prescription Medications 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    180.03 Commercial Bribery 1° and 2°
    180.55 – 180.57 Rent Gouging 1°, 2° and 3°
    187.05 – 187.25 Residential Mortgage Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° And 5°
    190.80 -a Aggravated Identity Theft
    190.78 – 190.80 Identity Theft 1°, 2° and 3°
    200.00 – 200.04 Bribery 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.05 – 210.15 Perjury 1°, 2° and 3°
    215.55 – 215.57 Bail Jumping 1° (failure to appear on Class A or B Felony)
    Bail Jumping 2° (failure to appear on Felony)
    Bail Jumping 3° (failure to appear on a misdemeanor)
    195.05 – 195.07 Obstructing Governmental Administration 1° and 2°
    195.08 Obstructing Governmental Administration by Means of a Self Defense Spray Device
    195.06 Killing a police work dog or police work horse
    195.16 Obstructing Emergency Medical Services
    195.17 Obstructing Governmental Duties by Means of a Bomb
    205.05 – 205.15 Escape 1°, 2° and 3°
    205.20 – 205.25 Promoting Prison Contraband 1° and 2°
    205.30 Resisting Arrest
    205.55 – 205.65 Hindering Prosecution 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.35 – 210.40 Making an Apparently Sworn False Statement
    215.00 Bribing a Witness
    215.05 Bribe Receiving by a Witness
    215.19 Bribing a Juror
    215.20 Bribe Receiving by a Juror
    215.22 Providing a Juror with a Gratuity
    215.23 – 215.25 Tampering with a Juror 1° and 2°
    215.35 – 215.40 Tampering with Physical Evidence
    215.45 Compounding a Crime
    215.50 Criminal Contempt 2° under subdivision 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
    215.51 (a) Criminal Contempt 1° – refusal to be sworn as a witness or testify in grand jury
    215.70 Unlawful Grand Jury Disclosure
    225 Any Gambling Offense
    230 Any Prostitution Offense, including:
    230.08 Patronizing a Prostitute in a School Zone
    230.19 Promoting Prostitution in a School Zone
    230.32 Promoting Prostitution 1° (victim less than 13)
    Promoting Prostitution 2° (compelling victim to participate in prostitution)
    Promoting Prostitution 3° (victim is less that 19 years old)
    230.33 Compelling Prostitution
    230.34 Most Sex Trafficking
    235.21 – 235.22 Disseminating Indecent Material to Minors 1° and 2°
    240.06 – 240.08 Riot 1° and 2°
    240.15 Criminal Anarchy
    240.25 – 240.26 Harassment 1° and 2°
    Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.30 – 240.31 Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2°
    Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.32 Aggravated Harassment of an Employee by an Inmate
    240.45 – 240.46 Criminal Nuisance 1° and 2°
    240.50 Falsely Reporting an Incident
    240.76 Directing a Laser at an Aircraft 1° and 2°
    242.10 – 242.15 Harming a Service Animal 1° and 2°
    245.00 – 245.03 Public Lewdness
    250.05 Illegal Eavesdropping
    250.55 – 250.60 Dissemination of Unlawful Surveillance 1° and 2°
    260.05 – 260.06 Non-Support of a Child 1° and 2°
    260.10 Endangering the Welfare of a Child
    260.22 Facilitating Female Genital Mutilation
    260.24 – 260.25 Endangering the Welfare of an Incompetent or Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    260.32 – 260.34 Endangering the Welfare of a Vulnerable Elderly Person or an Incompetent or
    Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    263.10 Promoting an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.11 Possessing an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.15 Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.16 Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4°
    265.01-a Criminal Possession of a Weapon on School Grounds
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Firearm
    265.02 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3° under subdivision 1, 2 and 3
    265.17 Criminal Purchase or Disposal of a Weapon
    270.20 Unlawfully Wearing of a Body Vest
    270.25 – 270.35 Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    460.20 Enterprise Corruption
    470.05 – 470.20 Money Laundering 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    470.21 – 470.22 Money Laundering in Support of Terrorism 3° and 4°
    496.03 – 496.05 Corrupting the Government 1°, 2° and 3°
    100.10 Criminal Solicitation 1°, 2°, 3° Including but not limited to commit kidnapping, rape, robbery, drug sales,
    or to solicit children under 26 to commit any felony
    105.05 – 105.17 Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony.
    Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony as a Hate Crime
    115.00 – 115.08 Criminal Facilitation 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° including but not limited to providing support to people to
    commit murder, kidnapping, robbery, burglary, rape or to aid a person under 16 to commit any felony.

    New York’s New Bail Laws

    Prepared by Senior Executive Assistant District Attorney James C. Quinn 11/19/19.

    Under the new bail laws, effective January 1, 2020, Judges in New York State cannot set bail on any of the following crimes (and most attempts to commit these crimes), and must release the defendant on non-monetary conditions, regardless of criminal record, ties to the community or previous bench warrants on other cases:
    Penal Law Section:
    140.25 Burglary 2° (Residential)
    Burglary 2 as a Hate Crime
    140.20 Burglary 3° (Commercial)
    Burglary 3 as a Hate Crime
    160.10 Robbery 2° (Aided by Another)
    Robbery 2 as a Hate Crime
    160.05 Robbery 3°
    220.31 – 220.43 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°and 5°
    220.28 Use of a Child to Commit a Controlled Substance Offense
    220.03 – 220.21 Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°, 5° and 7°
    220.44 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance In or Near School Grounds
    220.46 Criminal Injection of a Narcotic Drug (into another person)
    220.48 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance to a Child
    220.65 Criminal Sale of a Prescription for a Controlled Substance by a Pharmacist
    220.70 – 220.74 Criminal Possession or Manufacture of Methamphetamine
    120.00 Assault 3°
    Assault 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.01 Reckless Assault of a Child by a Day Care Provider
    120.02 Reckless Assault of a Child
    120.50-120.60 Stalking 2°, 3°and 4°
    Stalking 2, 3 and 4 as a Hate Crime
    120.03 Vehicular Assault 1° and 2°
    120.04-a Aggravated Vehicular Assault
    120.12 Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old
    Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old s a Hate Crime
    120.13 Menacing 1°, 2° and 3°
    Menacing 1, 2 and 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.25 Reckless Endangerment 1°and 2°
    120.30 Promoting a Suicide Attempt
    120.60 (2) Stalking 1° (while committing a sex offense)
    120.45 – 120.55 Stalking 2°, 3° and 4°
    121.11 Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation
    125.10 Criminally Negligent Homicide
    125.12 Vehicular Manslaughter 2°
    125.14 Aggravated Vehicular Manslaughter
    125.15 Manslaughter 2°
    135.10 Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2°
    Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    135.37 Aggravated Labor Trafficking
    135.45 – 135.50 Custodial Interference 1° and 2°
    135.55 Substitution of Children
    135.60 – 135.65 Coercion 1°, 2° and 3°
    Coercion 1°, 2° and 3° as a Hate Crime
    140.05 – 140.17 Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° as a Hate Crime
    140.35 Possession of Burglar’s Tools
    140.40 Unlawful Possession of Radio Devices (police scanners)
    145.00 – 145.10 Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4°
    Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4° as a Hate Crime
    145.14 – 145.70 Criminal Tampering 1°, 2° and 3°
    145.22 – 145.23 Cemetery Desecration 1° and 2°
    145.26 – 145.27 Aggravated Cemetery Desecration 1°and 2°
    145.25 Reckless Endangerment of Property
    145.40 – 140.45 Tampering with a Consumer Product 1°and 2°
    145.60 Making Graffiti
    145.65 Possession of Graffiti Instruments
    150.01 – 150.10 Arson 3° (intentionally damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 4° (recklessly damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 5° (intentionally damage property of another by fire or explosion) Arson 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime
    155.30 – 155.42 Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) as a Hate Crime
    155.43 Aggravated Grand Larceny of an ATM 155.25 Petit Larceny
    Petit Larceny as a Hate Crime
    156.20 – 156.27 Computer Tampering 1°, 2°, 3°, and 4°
    156.10 Computer Trespass
    156.05 Unauthorized Use of a Computer
    156.29 – 156.30 Unlawful Duplication of Computer Related Material 1° and 2°
    158.05 – 158.25 Welfare Fraud 1° ($1,000,000)
    Welfare Fraud 2° ($50,000)
    Welfare Fraud 3° ($3,000)
    Welfare Fraud 4° ($1,000)
    Welfare Fraud 5° (any amount)
    158.30 – 158.35 Criminal Use of a Public Benefit Card 1° and 2°
    158.40 – 158.50 Criminal Possession of a Public Benefit Card 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.05 – 165.08 Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.09 – 165.11 Auto Stripping 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.15 Theft of Services
    165.17 Unauthorized Use of a Credit Card or Public Benefit Card
    165.25 Jostling
    165.50 Fraudulent Accosting
    165.40 – 165.54 Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    170.05 – 170.15 Forgery 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.20 – 170.30 Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.40 Criminal Possession of Forgery Devices
    170.70 Criminal Possession of Vehicle Identification Number
    170.65 Forgery of a Vehicle Identification Number
    175.05 – 175.10 Falsifying Business Records 1° and 2°
    175.20 – 175.25 Tampering with Public Records 1° and 2°
    175.30 – 175.35 Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1° and 2°
    176.10 – 176.30 Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    177.05 – 177.25 Health Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    178.10 – 178.25 Criminal Diversion of Prescription Medications 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    180.03 Commercial Bribery 1° and 2°
    180.55 – 180.57 Rent Gouging 1°, 2° and 3°
    187.05 – 187.25 Residential Mortgage Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° And 5°
    190.80 -a Aggravated Identity Theft
    190.78 – 190.80 Identity Theft 1°, 2° and 3°
    200.00 – 200.04 Bribery 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.05 – 210.15 Perjury 1°, 2° and 3°
    215.55 – 215.57 Bail Jumping 1° (failure to appear on Class A or B Felony)
    Bail Jumping 2° (failure to appear on Felony)
    Bail Jumping 3° (failure to appear on a misdemeanor)
    195.05 – 195.07 Obstructing Governmental Administration 1° and 2°
    195.08 Obstructing Governmental Administration by Means of a Self Defense Spray Device
    195.06 Killing a police work dog or police work horse
    195.16 Obstructing Emergency Medical Services
    195.17 Obstructing Governmental Duties by Means of a Bomb
    205.05 – 205.15 Escape 1°, 2° and 3°
    205.20 – 205.25 Promoting Prison Contraband 1° and 2°
    205.30 Resisting Arrest
    205.55 – 205.65 Hindering Prosecution 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.35 – 210.40 Making an Apparently Sworn False Statement
    215.00 Bribing a Witness
    215.05 Bribe Receiving by a Witness
    215.19 Bribing a Juror
    215.20 Bribe Receiving by a Juror
    215.22 Providing a Juror with a Gratuity
    215.23 – 215.25 Tampering with a Juror 1° and 2°
    215.35 – 215.40 Tampering with Physical Evidence
    215.45 Compounding a Crime
    215.50 Criminal Contempt 2° under subdivision 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
    215.51 (a) Criminal Contempt 1° – refusal to be sworn as a witness or testify in grand jury
    215.70 Unlawful Grand Jury Disclosure
    225 Any Gambling Offense
    230 Any Prostitution Offense, including:
    230.08 Patronizing a Prostitute in a School Zone
    230.19 Promoting Prostitution in a School Zone
    230.32 Promoting Prostitution 1° (victim less than 13)
    Promoting Prostitution 2° (compelling victim to participate in prostitution)
    Promoting Prostitution 3° (victim is less that 19 years old)
    230.33 Compelling Prostitution
    230.34 Most Sex Trafficking
    235.21 – 235.22 Disseminating Indecent Material to Minors 1° and 2°
    240.06 – 240.08 Riot 1° and 2°
    240.15 Criminal Anarchy
    240.25 – 240.26 Harassment 1° and 2°
    Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.30 – 240.31 Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2°
    Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.32 Aggravated Harassment of an Employee by an Inmate
    240.45 – 240.46 Criminal Nuisance 1° and 2°
    240.50 Falsely Reporting an Incident
    240.76 Directing a Laser at an Aircraft 1° and 2°
    242.10 – 242.15 Harming a Service Animal 1° and 2°
    245.00 – 245.03 Public Lewdness
    250.05 Illegal Eavesdropping
    250.55 – 250.60 Dissemination of Unlawful Surveillance 1° and 2°
    260.05 – 260.06 Non-Support of a Child 1° and 2°
    260.10 Endangering the Welfare of a Child
    260.22 Facilitating Female Genital Mutilation
    260.24 – 260.25 Endangering the Welfare of an Incompetent or Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    260.32 – 260.34 Endangering the Welfare of a Vulnerable Elderly Person or an Incompetent or
    Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    263.10 Promoting an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.11 Possessing an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.15 Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.16 Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4°
    265.01-a Criminal Possession of a Weapon on School Grounds
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Firearm
    265.02 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3° under subdivision 1, 2 and 3
    265.17 Criminal Purchase or Disposal of a Weapon
    270.20 Unlawfully Wearing of a Body Vest
    270.25 – 270.35 Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    460.20 Enterprise Corruption
    470.05 – 470.20 Money Laundering 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    470.21 – 470.22 Money Laundering in Support of Terrorism 3° and 4°
    496.03 – 496.05 Corrupting the Government 1°, 2° and 3°
    100.10 Criminal Solicitation 1°, 2°, 3° Including but not limited to commit kidnapping, rape, robbery, drug sales,
    or to solicit children under 26 to commit any felony
    105.05 – 105.17 Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony.
    Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony as a Hate Crime
    115.00 – 115.08 Criminal Facilitation 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° including but not limited to providing support to people to
    commit murder, kidnapping, robbery, burglary, rape or to aid a person under 16 to commit any felony.

    New York’s New Bail Laws

    Prepared by Senior Executive Assistant District Attorney James C. Quinn 11/19/19.

    Under the new bail laws, effective January 1, 2020, Judges in New York State cannot set bail on any of the following crimes (and most attempts to commit these crimes), and must release the defendant on non-monetary conditions, regardless of criminal record, ties to the community or previous bench warrants on other cases:
    Penal Law Section:
    140.25 Burglary 2° (Residential)
    Burglary 2 as a Hate Crime
    140.20 Burglary 3° (Commercial)
    Burglary 3 as a Hate Crime
    160.10 Robbery 2° (Aided by Another)
    Robbery 2 as a Hate Crime
    160.05 Robbery 3°
    220.31 – 220.43 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°and 5°
    220.28 Use of a Child to Commit a Controlled Substance Offense
    220.03 – 220.21 Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 1°, 2°, 3°, 4°, 5° and 7°
    220.44 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance In or Near School Grounds
    220.46 Criminal Injection of a Narcotic Drug (into another person)
    220.48 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance to a Child
    220.65 Criminal Sale of a Prescription for a Controlled Substance by a Pharmacist
    220.70 – 220.74 Criminal Possession or Manufacture of Methamphetamine
    120.00 Assault 3°
    Assault 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.01 Reckless Assault of a Child by a Day Care Provider
    120.02 Reckless Assault of a Child
    120.50-120.60 Stalking 2°, 3°and 4°
    Stalking 2, 3 and 4 as a Hate Crime
    120.03 Vehicular Assault 1° and 2°
    120.04-a Aggravated Vehicular Assault
    120.12 Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old
    Aggravated Assault upon a Person less than 11 years old s a Hate Crime
    120.13 Menacing 1°, 2° and 3°
    Menacing 1, 2 and 3 as a Hate Crime
    120.25 Reckless Endangerment 1°and 2°
    120.30 Promoting a Suicide Attempt
    120.60 (2) Stalking 1° (while committing a sex offense)
    120.45 – 120.55 Stalking 2°, 3° and 4°
    121.11 Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation
    125.10 Criminally Negligent Homicide
    125.12 Vehicular Manslaughter 2°
    125.14 Aggravated Vehicular Manslaughter
    125.15 Manslaughter 2°
    135.10 Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2°
    Unlawful Imprisonment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    135.37 Aggravated Labor Trafficking
    135.45 – 135.50 Custodial Interference 1° and 2°
    135.55 Substitution of Children
    135.60 – 135.65 Coercion 1°, 2° and 3°
    Coercion 1°, 2° and 3° as a Hate Crime
    140.05 – 140.17 Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    Criminal Trespass 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° as a Hate Crime
    140.35 Possession of Burglar’s Tools
    140.40 Unlawful Possession of Radio Devices (police scanners)
    145.00 – 145.10 Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4°
    Criminal Mischief 1°(explosion), 2° ($1500), 3° ($250), and 4° as a Hate Crime
    145.14 – 145.70 Criminal Tampering 1°, 2° and 3°
    145.22 – 145.23 Cemetery Desecration 1° and 2°
    145.26 – 145.27 Aggravated Cemetery Desecration 1°and 2°
    145.25 Reckless Endangerment of Property
    145.40 – 140.45 Tampering with a Consumer Product 1°and 2°
    145.60 Making Graffiti
    145.65 Possession of Graffiti Instruments
    150.01 – 150.10 Arson 3° (intentionally damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 4° (recklessly damage building or vehicle by fire or explosion)
    Arson 5° (intentionally damage property of another by fire or explosion) Arson 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime
    155.30 – 155.42 Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) Grand Larceny 1° ($1,000,000), 2° ($50,000), 3° ($3,000) and 4° ($1,000) as a Hate Crime
    155.43 Aggravated Grand Larceny of an ATM 155.25 Petit Larceny
    Petit Larceny as a Hate Crime
    156.20 – 156.27 Computer Tampering 1°, 2°, 3°, and 4°
    156.10 Computer Trespass
    156.05 Unauthorized Use of a Computer
    156.29 – 156.30 Unlawful Duplication of Computer Related Material 1° and 2°
    158.05 – 158.25 Welfare Fraud 1° ($1,000,000)
    Welfare Fraud 2° ($50,000)
    Welfare Fraud 3° ($3,000)
    Welfare Fraud 4° ($1,000)
    Welfare Fraud 5° (any amount)
    158.30 – 158.35 Criminal Use of a Public Benefit Card 1° and 2°
    158.40 – 158.50 Criminal Possession of a Public Benefit Card 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.05 – 165.08 Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.09 – 165.11 Auto Stripping 1°, 2° and 3°
    165.15 Theft of Services
    165.17 Unauthorized Use of a Credit Card or Public Benefit Card
    165.25 Jostling
    165.50 Fraudulent Accosting
    165.40 – 165.54 Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    170.05 – 170.15 Forgery 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.20 – 170.30 Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 1°, 2° and 3°
    170.40 Criminal Possession of Forgery Devices
    170.70 Criminal Possession of Vehicle Identification Number
    170.65 Forgery of a Vehicle Identification Number
    175.05 – 175.10 Falsifying Business Records 1° and 2°
    175.20 – 175.25 Tampering with Public Records 1° and 2°
    175.30 – 175.35 Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1° and 2°
    176.10 – 176.30 Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    177.05 – 177.25 Health Insurance Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°
    178.10 – 178.25 Criminal Diversion of Prescription Medications 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    180.03 Commercial Bribery 1° and 2°
    180.55 – 180.57 Rent Gouging 1°, 2° and 3°
    187.05 – 187.25 Residential Mortgage Fraud 1°, 2°, 3°, 4° And 5°
    190.80 -a Aggravated Identity Theft
    190.78 – 190.80 Identity Theft 1°, 2° and 3°
    200.00 – 200.04 Bribery 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.05 – 210.15 Perjury 1°, 2° and 3°
    215.55 – 215.57 Bail Jumping 1° (failure to appear on Class A or B Felony)
    Bail Jumping 2° (failure to appear on Felony)
    Bail Jumping 3° (failure to appear on a misdemeanor)
    195.05 – 195.07 Obstructing Governmental Administration 1° and 2°
    195.08 Obstructing Governmental Administration by Means of a Self Defense Spray Device
    195.06 Killing a police work dog or police work horse
    195.16 Obstructing Emergency Medical Services
    195.17 Obstructing Governmental Duties by Means of a Bomb
    205.05 – 205.15 Escape 1°, 2° and 3°
    205.20 – 205.25 Promoting Prison Contraband 1° and 2°
    205.30 Resisting Arrest
    205.55 – 205.65 Hindering Prosecution 1°, 2° and 3°
    210.35 – 210.40 Making an Apparently Sworn False Statement
    215.00 Bribing a Witness
    215.05 Bribe Receiving by a Witness
    215.19 Bribing a Juror
    215.20 Bribe Receiving by a Juror
    215.22 Providing a Juror with a Gratuity
    215.23 – 215.25 Tampering with a Juror 1° and 2°
    215.35 – 215.40 Tampering with Physical Evidence
    215.45 Compounding a Crime
    215.50 Criminal Contempt 2° under subdivision 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
    215.51 (a) Criminal Contempt 1° – refusal to be sworn as a witness or testify in grand jury
    215.70 Unlawful Grand Jury Disclosure
    225 Any Gambling Offense
    230 Any Prostitution Offense, including:
    230.08 Patronizing a Prostitute in a School Zone
    230.19 Promoting Prostitution in a School Zone
    230.32 Promoting Prostitution 1° (victim less than 13)
    Promoting Prostitution 2° (compelling victim to participate in prostitution)
    Promoting Prostitution 3° (victim is less that 19 years old)
    230.33 Compelling Prostitution
    230.34 Most Sex Trafficking
    235.21 – 235.22 Disseminating Indecent Material to Minors 1° and 2°
    240.06 – 240.08 Riot 1° and 2°
    240.15 Criminal Anarchy
    240.25 – 240.26 Harassment 1° and 2°
    Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.30 – 240.31 Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2°
    Aggravated Harassment 1° and 2° as a Hate Crime
    240.32 Aggravated Harassment of an Employee by an Inmate
    240.45 – 240.46 Criminal Nuisance 1° and 2°
    240.50 Falsely Reporting an Incident
    240.76 Directing a Laser at an Aircraft 1° and 2°
    242.10 – 242.15 Harming a Service Animal 1° and 2°
    245.00 – 245.03 Public Lewdness
    250.05 Illegal Eavesdropping
    250.55 – 250.60 Dissemination of Unlawful Surveillance 1° and 2°
    260.05 – 260.06 Non-Support of a Child 1° and 2°
    260.10 Endangering the Welfare of a Child
    260.22 Facilitating Female Genital Mutilation
    260.24 – 260.25 Endangering the Welfare of an Incompetent or Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    260.32 – 260.34 Endangering the Welfare of a Vulnerable Elderly Person or an Incompetent or
    Physically Disabled Person 1° and 2°
    263.10 Promoting an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.11 Possessing an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.15 Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child
    263.16 Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4°
    265.01-a Criminal Possession of a Weapon on School Grounds
    265.01 Criminal Possession of a Firearm
    265.02 Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3° under subdivision 1, 2 and 3
    265.17 Criminal Purchase or Disposal of a Weapon
    270.20 Unlawfully Wearing of a Body Vest
    270.25 – 270.35 Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle 1°, 2° and 3°
    460.20 Enterprise Corruption
    470.05 – 470.20 Money Laundering 1°, 2°, 3° and 4°
    470.21 – 470.22 Money Laundering in Support of Terrorism 3° and 4°
    496.03 – 496.05 Corrupting the Government 1°, 2° and 3°
    100.10 Criminal Solicitation 1°, 2°, 3° Including but not limited to commit kidnapping, rape, robbery, drug sales,
    or to solicit children under 26 to commit any felony
    105.05 – 105.17 Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony.
    Conspiracy 2°, 3°, 4° and 5° as a Hate Crime, including but not limited to conspiracy to commit rape, robbery,
    kidnapping, burglary, or to engage a child under 16 to engage in any felony as a Hate Crime
    115.00 – 115.08 Criminal Facilitation 1°, 2°, 3° and 4° including but not limited to providing support to people to
    commit murder, kidnapping, robbery, burglary, rape or to aid a person under 16 to commit any felony.

  6. If these demonstrators/rioters are such good people why did they not stopped
    those throwing the bricks, beating up people trying to protect THEIR property,
    or looting the stores? Oh is that because they were doing the same thing. And
    for what? Floyd died wrongly and no one has denied that. But don’t put him on
    a pedestal. He was in and out of jail every other year for drugs, robbery, and
    criminal activity. And when he died he was out of his mind high on drugs, even
    carrying at the time, and trying to pass counterfeit money. It doesn’t look like he
    was trying really hard to clean up his act. The man responsible for his death is in jail
    and those who did not stop him are under indictment as well. The fallout appears to
    have been planned to the dime. I am wondering if anyone has checked the bank accounts
    of the policemen for a sudden influx of money. The nationwide horror and destructions
    STINKS OF GEORGE SOROS. He hired thugs like Antifa, Black Lives Matter and others to
    stir up those who do not stop to use the brains they were born with to realize they are
    being used. And many of those riotings in the streets did not give a damn about Floyd, they
    just used the death as an excuse to loot and “get a new television or ebox”. It was all just
    an example of dumb and stupid in the streets.

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