Police Blotter, Week of July 24, 2014 | East Villager & Lower East Sider

Police Blotter, Week of July 24, 2014

Took a strange PATH
Last Saturday, at 2:39 a.m., police received reports of a person walking on the train tracks from the Christopher St. PATH station toward the W. Ninth St. station.

Roland Syria, 57, was arrested at 2:55 a.m. when he arrived at W. Ninth St. He was charged with criminal trespassing. There are “numerous and conspicuous signs posted prohibiting anyone to trespass on the tracks,” the police report noted. Syria told arresting officers that he had left his iPhone at the other station, and he was just walking to go get it.

Police net McEnroe son
Kevin McEnroe, the son of tennis legend John McEnroe, was stopped by police on the corner of E. Fourth St. and Avenue A about 11:24 p.m. Tues., July 15, after making an apparent drug deal, police said. His alleged dealer, 22-year-old Niro Meneses, of the Upper West Side, was also arrested and charged.

McEnroe reportedly bought cocaine and a quantity of prescription pills, the Daily News reported. Specifically, he reportedly was carrying six glassine envelopes of cocaine, 20 oxycodone pills, 10 morphine pills and one anxiety pill, prosecutors said.

McEnroe, who is a bartender and lives in Gowanus, Brooklyn, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

“Given the amount of drugs on him…we believe we have a strong intent to sell case,” prosecutor Mary Ostberg reportedly said at McEnroe’s Manhattan Criminal Court arraignment, according to the News. His famous father was not seated in the audience.

McEnroe was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was ordered released on his own recognizance.

He reportedly tends bar at Keith McNally’s Schiller’s Liquor Bar, at Rivington and Norfolk Sts.

When police arrested Meneses, he was carrying 13 glassine envelopes of cocaine and three vials of the drug, according to the News.

Citi Bike robbery
On Sun., July 20, police arrested a man and a woman for stealing a Citi Bike from its docking station on W. 14th St.

Tailee Caines, 28, was observed at 2:19 a.m. attempting to dislodge multiple bikes from the location, while Cristal Rodriguez, 19, acted as a lookout, according to the police report.

Caines eventually dislodged one of the bikes, and rode away with Rodriguez, according to police. They were stopped by police, and allegedly could not produce a receipt for the bike, which was valued at $1,400. They were both charged with grand larceny, a felony.

Well, that sucks
While on patrol at 2:45 a.m. on Sunday, police observed a woman allegedly performing oral sex on a man “on the sidewalk in public view,” at the corner of Washington and W. 12th Sts.

Police arrested Kim Charles, 39, who was allegedly performing oral sex, and Umar Khan, 23, who was allegedly receiving it.

They were both charged with public lewdness, a misdemeanor.

App catches him
Also on Sunday, at 5:45 a.m., police arrested a man for stealing an iPhone near Washington Square Village.

A male victim, 41, reported leaving his iPhone 5s inside his car, before noticing that it was missing when he returned. A canvass was conducted by police using the “Find My iPhone” app, and Hassau Powell, 49, was found to be in possession of the stolen phone, valued at $650.

The phone was recovered, and Powell was charged with a misdemeanor for petit larceny.

—  Sergei Klebnikov