2008-10-03 / Top Stories

Three Arrested In Beach 59 Street Stabbings

By Miriam Rosenberg

A Wave File Photo of the Ocean Village housing complex, where the recent stabbing attack took place on September 22. Police say that that the attack may have been gang related. A Wave File Photo of the Ocean Village housing complex, where the recent stabbing attack took place on September 22. Police say that that the attack may have been gang related. Police sources say that what began as a dispute between two groups of young people quickly grew into a multiple stabbing incident at Beach 59 Street late last month.

On September 22, police say, officers from the 101 Precinct arrested Sabrina Robinson, Dylesha Robinson and Taisha Smith in connection with an incident in which three other females were assaulted in front of 146 Beach 59 Street on September 20.

Official records show that the stabbings were a result of a dispute with two suspects who had left the scene by the time police arrived.

In a complaint obtained from the office of Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, Detective Quinn Jaejer of the 101 Precinct stated that one of the victims, Angelina Hollis, told him that Dylesha Robinson and Smith approached them and began punching Hollis.

Smith then allegedly slashed the victim's face with a razor and Robinson stabbed her in the head with a screwdriver. Seven staples were needed to close the head wound. Hollis also received a laceration in her side as a result of a razor attack by an assailant who has not yet been caught. Fourteen stitches were needed to close the wound.

Another victim, Christina Ojeda, identified Sabrina Robinson and a stillunapprehended attacker as the people who stabbed and slashed Ebony Williams in the side. Ojeda also accused Smith of using a razor to slash her face. Williams required 50 staples and 50 stitches to close her wounds. Ojeda required 50 stitches to close the laceration.

The defendants have been charged with four counts of gang assault in the first degree, four counts of assault in the first degree and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree. They are due back in court on October 7.

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these girls need to be made an example of! they scarred those girls for life.


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