The first homicide of the year in the 100 Precinct took place inside a hallway at 82-01 Beach Channel Drive, in the sprawling Hammel Houses complex.
Police say that the 100 Precinct has registered its first homicide of the year, nearly 6 months into 2017.
Police responding to a 911 call at 1:35 a.m., for a man injured at 82-01 Beach Channel Drive in the sprawling Hammel Houses public housing complex, found an unidentified male unconscious and unresponsive.
The man had suffered multiple stab wounds to his torso, police said. His body was found in a hallway and police went through the building, checking elevators and other floors for clues.
EMS workers who responded declared the man dead on the scene.
There have been no arrests, and police say the investigation by the 100 Precinct Squad is ongoing.
The domestic violence charges against an off-duty NYPD detective and her boyfriend stem from an argument at 231 Beach 86 Street in Hammels.
An off-duty NYPD detective and her live-in boyfriend was arrested after a violent fight in their Hammels home early on Wednesday, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.
Court documents identify the detective as Rosalyn Rosahandja, 35 and her boyfriend as Akim Land, 40, both of 231 Beach 86 Street in the Hammels section of Rockaway.
Cops responded to the Beach 86 Street home at about 3:03 a.m. on Wednesday morning on a domestic violence call.
The two each told responding patrol officers from the 100 Precinct about the violence committed against them by their partner.
Land accused Rosahandja of pulling a gun on him during the altercation, using it to break a television screen and threatening, “I’m going to shoot you if you don’t get the f— out if the house,” documents show.
Rosahandja told police that Land broke the television set when he threw several objects at her. She also said that Land strangled her during the fight and police reported that they did see red marks on her throat.
Land was charged with criminal mischief, criminal obstruction of breathing, and harassment.
Rosahandja was charged with menacing, criminal mischief, and harassment.
Both were awaiting arraignment on the charges in Queens Criminal Court on Thursday morning.