2007-04-27 / Community

Stackhouse Wanted For Leaving The Scene

By Howard Schwach

By Howard Schwach

Carl Stackhouse is wanted for leaving the scene of an accident in which a police RMP was involved on April 2.
Carl Stackhouse is wanted for leaving the scene of an accident in which a police RMP was involved on April 2. Carl Stackhouse is wanted by detectives from the 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway for leaving the scene of

an accident in which a police radio motor patrol car (RMP) was involved on April 2.

As reported in The Wave on April 6, Stackhouse, who is now listed as 18 years old, 6 foot tall and 170 pounds, was involved in a Far Rockaway accident that put two unidentified police officers in Jamaica Hospital.

Stackhouse allegedly then fled the scene of the accident and the automobile that he had been driving when the accident occurred was found behind the McDonald's Restaurant on Rockaway Turnpike in Lawrence, Nassau County later the same day.

Late last year, Stackhouse was arrested along with 95 others, in a drug sweep that impacted several of the city housing projects in Rockaway

At that time, Stackhouse was listed by police as being 17 years of age and living at 40 Lawrence Avenue in Lynbrook, on Long Island.

A spokesperson for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said at the time that Stackhouse was a member of the notorious Crips street gang.

He has often been seen in Rockaway, police sources say.

Anybody spotting Stackhouse should call the 101 Precinct Detective Squad at 718-868-3429 or Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS.

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