NEW YORK._ The city’s mayor, Eric Adams, declared Shanice Aviles, the Hispanic burglar who robbed the home of famed actor Robert De Niro, an enemy of safety, seeking harsher judicial sanctions for the perpetrator with 26 previous arrests and two warrants of apprehension.
New York._ Mayor Eric Adams declared Hispanic burglar Shanice Aviles an enemy of public safety for robbing actor Robert De Niro’s home in Manhattan, with 26 previous arrests. (external source).
Speaking Tuesday about the case, Adams described to the thief as an example of mass mortification.
During an editorial meeting for the NY Post tabloid, the mayor said, “This woman was arrested for repeated burglary on charges of robbery.”
“She’s doing it again,” he said. “He is the enemy of our public safety in this city, in this country.”
He said that absolutism is the enemy of cities across the United States.
He named the suspect as a repeat offender.
Aviles appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Monday after being arrested for burglary at the actor’s residence. That night she was released on $40,000 bail, and prosecutors warned she would commit other crimes if released again.
“She has repeatedly failed to take advantage of rehab services that would allow her to detox and stay out of trouble and appear for court dates,” Manhattan District Attorney Dylan Los Huertos told the judge.
“Defendant demonstrated that she would not commit to services,” Los Huertos said. “She will not go back to court and re-offend when she is released.”
Aviles had open counts of robbery in Queens and was wanted with two arrest warrants, one due to non-participation The court ordered drug rehab in Manhattan earlier this month.
He was arrested between November 25 and December 8 for six robberies in the 19th Precinct precinct, which covers part of Manhattan’s East Side.
“I could not be more clear that we have created an environment in the city, if not the country, that the people who commit these crimes are not held accountable and that sends a signal to the streets that we can continue to commit these crimes.” Huh.” crime.” The mayor said in At a press conference in July.
Prosecutors asked Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Melissa Lewis to impose aviles $40,000 or $120,000 cash bond and magistrate Signed the recommendation.
Aviles was last released on December 13 after a judge vacated his $5,000 bond for entering a drug treatment program in Manhattan that he had revoked.
Aviles was caught by the police after officers observed him breaking into De Niro’s home with a stolen pair of headphones.
The actor was sleeping on the top floor of his house when he heard the commotion and went downstairs in time to see Aviles being arrested by the police.
If the main charge is proved, the thief can be jailed for up to 15 years.