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Suspects Charged in Orchard Street Robbery, Assault

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The NYPD was out in full force after a robbery at Pilgrim boutique on Orchard Street last night, but officers also had plenty of help from civilians, who helped capture three suspects.

The NYPD has charged two men and one woman in yesterday’s high drama robbery, assault and foot chase on Orchard Street yesterday evening in which the shopkeepers of Pilgrim boutique were injured.

A fourth suspect, who is believed to have been injured as well, is apparently still at large after eluding Cafe Katja chef James Fry, The Cast store owner Chuck Guarino and clothing designer Robert James, who led police to the other three. Pilgrim’s neighbors jumped in to help run down the suspects after the 6 p.m. robbery. A tussle in the boutique’s vestibule sent one owner and one suspect through a shattered plate glass window and left a blood trail around the block on Grand Street.

The suspects taken into custody last night were identified by the NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Public Information as:

  • Dennis Brunson, 20, of 460 West 41st St., New York, N.Y., charged with two counts of second-degree robbery and one count of possession of stolen property.
  • Travis Sims, 29, of 408 St. Nicholas Ave., #10K, New York, N.Y., charged with one count of second-degree robbery and and one count of possession of stolen property.
  • Enjolie Evans, 23, of 480 St. Nicholas Ave., #17R, New York, N.Y., charged with two counts of second-degree robbery, one count of possession of stolen property and one count of possession of burglar’s tools.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. These suspects were probably from the LES Harm Center on 25 allen street 2 blocks away. Look at their addresses they aren’t from around here. All the addicts go there to get clean needles and then have to resort to robbery to get money for heroin.  so sad. If you live in the neighborhood you’ve seen them hanging around allen and grand streets all the time. Don’t know why they would have a needle exchange program open around the corner from schools.

  2. that is the most offensive and prejudiced comment I have read in a long time. You are making accusations without one once of proof.

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