Police Blotter, Week of Dec. 11, 2014 | East Villager & Lower East Sider

Police Blotter, Week of Dec. 11, 2014

Meatpack glass attack
A 33-year-old woman had a sour time at the Sugar Factory in the Meatpacking District on Sat., Dec. 6. According to police, another patron struck her multiple times with a wine glass at about 10 p.m. that night following an argument at the restaurant, at 46 Gansevoort St. The victim suffered several lacerations to her face, the police said. Carmen Ingram, 28, was charged with felony assault.

Hotel guest from hell
Social etiquette went out the window at the swanky Jane Hotel on Sun., Dec. 7. A guest invited to a hotel room there began arguing with his hosts at about 7 a.m., police said. Then things got physical when Jalaludin Mahmoud, 32, allegedly punched a fellow reveler, who suffered swelling, bruising and a cut-up nose. Mahmoud then allegedly took the 35-year-old victim’s credit card and fled the hotel, at 113 Jane St.

Police caught up with him, though, as he ran down the block. Mahmoud was charged with felony robbery. The victim got his credit card back and refused medical attention.

Drunk taxi joyride
Police say GPS tracking enabled them to locate a cab stolen near the intersection of E. 12th St. and Fifth Ave. at about 4 a.m. on Sun., Dec. 7. In plain view of the cabbie, a woman allegedly slid into the driver’s seat and drove off, police said.

When police caught up with her, she was still in the driver’s seat with the engine running. The arresting officer reportedly smelled booze and noted the perpetrator’s slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. At about 6 a.m. a test given at the 28th Precinct in Harlem indicated a blood alcohol content of .229, nearly three times the legal limit.

Elizabeth Otero, 28, faces a sobering charge of grand larceny.

Zapped at school
Police say an 18-year-old man, apparently a student, tasered a woman inside City As School, at 16 Clarkson St., after she asked him to move his bag from a table on Thurs., Dec. 4. The teenager reportedly let the juice flow three times at about 12:35 p.m. as the woman, 30, turned to show an alternative location for the bag.

The victim suffered red welts to her back and a fair amount of pain and was transported from the school to New York-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital.

A detective tracked down Kyle Allwood and arrested him for felony assault. School officials did not respond to a phone message seeking more information.

—  Zach Williams