Queens Pizza Stabbing: Two Suspects Identified, Charged

After stabbing a Queens pizza store proprietor and his dad the suspect have been hit with expenses for allegedly finishing up two different brutal assaults before that day.

In relation to the Saturday’s assault at Louie’s pizzeria in Elmhurst 30-year-old Robert Whack and his brother in law 18-year old Supreme Gooding are now in custody
They have been charged for terrorizing two different Queens residents, in line with felony complaints towards them.

According to the court documents, they were caught on surveillance camera beating a person on Monday.

The video revealed how Gooding “punch, kick and stomp the complainant multiple times,” with his brother in law
According to reports, “Whack was then caught unfolding “what appears to be a knife” which he “appears to thrust” on the sufferer a number of instances”.

The victim has been taken to the hospital after he suffered from head injuries from the beating.

According to Court documents, “The sufferer was hospitalized with blunt pressure trauma to his head and physique, which wanted six stitches to puncture wounds”.

The two suspects admitted that they the ones seen in the camera footage.

“I always carry my knife with me. I stabbed him twice,” Whack allegedly admitted, accusing the if having a gun.

They have been charged with expenses for that incident, together with assault, harassment and felony possession of a weapon.

Also they charged with grand larceny for allegedly snatching a handbag containing $2,500 from a 75-year-old lady exterior of her house constructing lower than every week earlier, on March 16, according to the court documents.

According to the victim, she was opening the house door “when she felt her beige purse and walking cane to be pulled from her hands and felt an object strike her leg.”
Inside the purse was $2,500 money with financial institution playing cards and a phone but it was snatched.

After a picture of the scene was shown Whack allegedly admitted, “That is Supreme. That is me. That is my wife. We’re always together.”

According to police officer, In May 2016, Whack was once charged with fraud and acquiring transit with out pay.

But Gooding had no different recorded run-ins with the legislation, police stated.

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