DailyMail.com reveals NYC’s most prolific thief – who Mayor Adams REFUSED to name


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New York’s most prolific offender is a infamous thief who has been arrested 101 instances for repeated raids on Target and different shops, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Harold Gooding has been busted for dozens of larceny prices – together with 4 heists on the favored division retailer – since being freed below the state’s lack bail reforms.

The 53-year-old thug already has 15 convictions to his title, in addition to 14 failures to point out in court docket following his prolific crime spree.

He has rocketed to primary on the NYPD’s checklist for repeat offenders following his torrent of thefts however in some way stays on the free to hold out additional raids.

It comes after Mayor Eric Adams, together with cops, launched the highest ten most prolific offenders within the metropolis, with them making up greater than 500 arrests between them.

Out of the ten, a staggering six usually are not behind bars because of lax bail reforms overseen by woke District Attorney Alvin Bragg since 2020.

It has ramped up big strain on lawmakers to crack down on profession criminals who proceed evade justice and lock them up for good.

Harold Gooding has been busted for dozens of larceny charges - including four heists on the popular department store - since being freed under the state's lack bail reforms

Harold Gooding has been busted for dozens of larceny prices – together with 4 heists on the favored division retailer – since being freed below the state’s lack bail reforms

Crime in NYC continues to soar as more repeat offenders are let out on now-or-low-cash bonds

Crime in NYC continues to soar as extra repeat offenders are let loose on now-or-low-cash bonds

The mayor (pictured at Wednesday's press conference) told how the 2020 reforms - ushered in under Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio - made it almost impossible for criminals to be jailed

The mayor (pictured at Wednesday’s press convention) instructed how the 2020 reforms – ushered in below Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio – made it virtually unimaginable for criminals to be jailed

NYC’S 10 WORST REPEAT OFFENDERS INCLUDING A CHRONIC THIEF WITH 101 ARRESTS

CRIMINAL #1 – Thief with 101 arrests on his document

  • Arrested 101 instances whole 
  • 74 arrests for theft in Manhattan 
  • 15 convictions 
  • 14 failure to seem
  • Open case for stealing from Target 

CRIMINAL #2  – 67 arrests within the final two years 

  • 96 arrests whole 
  • 44 convictions 
  • 26 failures to seem  

CRIMINAL #3 – 18 open circumstances

  • 58 arrests whole (55 since 2020) 
  • 18 open circumstances for theft and housebreaking

CRIMINAL #4 – 22 convictions

  • 62 arrests whole 
  • 59 arrests since bail reform 
  • 47 theft prices in Manhattan 
  • Eight open circumstances

CRIMINAL #5 – Arrested 23 instances this yr

  • Serial burglar with 23 arrests, all in 2022 
  • 12 in Manhattan  

CRIMINAL #6 – 71 arrests for housebreaking and misdemeanors however is OUT 

  • 71 whole arrests 
  • 57 arrests since bail reform 
  • 1 felony, 1 misdemeanor 
  • Out on parole for housebreaking cost

CRIMINAL #7 –  33 arrests since 2020 

  • 17 arrests for housebreaking since 2020 in Brooklyn 
  • Five convictions 
  • Six open circumstances 
  • Still free on the streets 

CRIMINAL #8 –  87 profession arrests 

  • 25 arrests since bail reform 
  • 20 convictions for housebreaking and theft   
  • Out pending sentencing 

CRIMINAL #9 – 48 arrests with TEN open warrants 

  • Arrested 39 instances since bail reform 
  • 17 grand larceny prices 
  • Four convictions 
  • Open circumstances for stealing from Sally’s and L’Occitane   

CRIMINAL #10 –  39 arrests in two years together with assaulting a police officer 

  • 13 arrests for Grand Larceny 
  • 19 convictions 
  • Three pending Grand Larceny Auto arrests 
  • Still free  

 

Gooding, who additionally goes as Jamel White, has been busted an astonishing 88 instances on larceny prices within the final two years however continues to roam the streets of the Empire State.

Out of those, 74 have been on petit and grand larceny prices that have been all dedicated in Manhattan, with two pending circumstances in opposition to him for 5 alleged thefts from Target.

The thug has been convicted 15 instances, made up of two violent felonies, one non-violent one and 10 misdemeanors. He can also be understood to have skipped court docket hearings at the least 14 instances.

Meanwhile he has served time behind bars for theft and housebreaking convictions, however continues to evade justice in a cell on Rikers Island because of the states woke bail reform legal guidelines.

Gooding topped the checklist of worst criminals in New York, which was launched by Adams and the NYPD on Wednesday.

He was referred to on the doc as ‘recidivist primary’ and the mayor and prime cops fumed on the truth he stays at giant.

Chief of Crime Control Strategies Michael Lipetri mentioned at a press convention: ‘We’ve arrested him 101 instances, however what number of crimes do you suppose he actually dedicated? 200? 300? 1,000?’

‘This particular person I’m speaking about, he has 14 failures to seem. He’s strolling across the streets right now most likely committing one other crime as we converse.’

Lipetri was joined by Adams, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell and different police chiefs at a press convention to stipulate the checklist on Wednesday.

The mayor instructed how the 2020 reforms – ushered in below Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio – made it virtually unimaginable for criminals to be jailed.

The former cop mentioned: ‘You need to work actually laborious to get to Rikers proper now. To get there, you probably did one thing that’s actually dangerous.’

He allowed among the cops to dish out particulars on among the ten offenders however refused to share their names or mugshots with the press as a result of he needed to ‘observe the principles’.

Another of them is a burglar who has been arrested 57 instances since 2020, and one other has assaulted a police officer and failed to point out as much as court docket however stays on the streets.

‘He is against the law wave and guess what? He is strolling across the streets of New York City, most likely on the market committing one other crime.’

Despite the truth that among the males have open crime warrants out in opposition to them, Adams refused to call them on the press convention. He claimed he was sure by ‘the principles of counsel’.

Number two on the checklist, who has not been recognized, is one other profession legal who has been nicked 67 instances within the final two years and 96 instances in whole.

They have been convicted a staggering 44 instances however failed to point out as much as court docket 26 instances to face justice. Ranking at quantity three is a thug with 18 open circumstances in opposition to their title for theft and housebreaking and and 55 arrests since 2020.

Fourth on the checklist, with 22 convictions and 62 arrests, was an individual who has been caught by cops 59 instances since bail reform and was charged 47 instances for thefts in Manhattan.

Bringing within the prime 5 was one other serial burglar, who has been arrest 23 instances this yr alone, with 12 of them coming in Manhattan.

Sixth place managed a whooping 71 arrests for housebreaking and misdemeanors however stays out on the streets on parole for theft.

Meanwhile quantity legal quantity seven racked up 33 arrests since 2020, with 17 in Brooklyn leading to 5 convictions and 6 open case. They are additionally not in police custody.

Eight place is a thug who has 87 arrests of their lifetime – 25 coming within the final two years – in addition to 20 convictions for housebreaking and theft. They even have a pending sentencing in opposition to their title.

The penultimate legal is a thief with 48 arrests and ten open warrants registered to them. These embrace 39 since bail reforms and 17 grand larceny prices. Cases embrace stealing from Sally’s and L’Occitane.

Rounding out the highest ten is a thug what has been nicked 39 instances in two years, with one in every of them for assaulting a police workplace.

Despite the sickening assault, the legal continues to be at giant, though they’ve 13 arrests for grand larceny, 19 convictions and three pending grand larceny auto circumstances in opposition to them.

The 53-year-old thug already has 15 convictions to his name, as well as 14 failures to show in court following his prolific crime spree

The 53-year-old thug already has 15 convictions to his name, as well as 14 failures to show in court following his prolific crime spree

The 53-year-old thug already has 15 convictions to his title, in addition to 14 failures to point out in court docket following his prolific crime spree

Others who’ve additionally benefitted below the lax bail reform legal guidelines – however weren’t named within the doc – together with gunman, subway attackers, arsonists and burglars.

Among them is the subway shooter who killed a Goldman Sachs employee on his technique to brunch weeks after being granted bail over automobile theft.

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained assault on the subway on May 19. Weeks earlier, a choose let Abdullah out on no bond, regardless of him having tried to steal a automobile.

Prosecutors requested the choose to maintain him behind bars on a $15,000 bond however the choose – Leigh Cheng – denied their request, and let him out.

He went on to kill Enriquez on a Manhattan-bound Q prepare, then handed himself in days later after a fruitless effort by the NYPD.

Another is a legal who smeared feces on a girl’s face however was let loose on bail after attacking somebody in a retailer.

Just one week earlier than the horrifying subway assault, Frank Abrokwa had been arrested for allegedly threatening a ironmongery store worker with a screwdriver however had been launched with out bail.

The 37-year-old was additionally arrested on January 7, for allegedly punching a 30-year-old man on a subway platform at a hundred and twenty fifth Street and Lenox Avenue and on February 5, for hitting a 53-year-old man on the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

But every time, because of New York’s lax new bail reform legal guidelines, the profession legal didn’t need to submit bail and was launched.

A number of days after threatening the shop worker throughout a theft, Abrokwa allegedly lunged on the girl on the East 241st Street subway station on February 21, smearing feces on her face

Meanwhile, final yr, Craig Tamanaha set hearth to the Christmas tree outdoors the FOX News studios in New York City. Luckily, nobody was harm.

Weeks earlier than the incident, Tamanaha allegedly flashed outdoors Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial court docket and in keeping with a legal grievance from December.

The 49-year-old has a prolonged legal document spanning at the least 20 years and two states, and he was arrested final month for exposing himself outdoors the Ghislaine Maxwell trial within the metropolis.

In 2002, the then-30-year-old Tamanaha was picked up in Abilene, Texas, on a public intoxication cost. Between 2017-2018, he was arrested on three events and charged with public intoxication, housebreaking and resisting arrest.

Another who stays freed is Christopher Elder, 31, who was charged with flipping over a three-year-old lady’s stroller in March.

The little lady was being walked in her stroller by her grandmother within the Bronx. She was left with accidents on her face and physique and needed to be handled within the hospital. It wasn’t the primary time he harm a toddler.

On December 11 the 31-year-old was charged for throwing a nine-year-old lady on the bottom in the identical Queens neighborhood, the Post reported.

‘He took away the arrogance I had as a girl and a single mom with two youngsters to go on the market. Now I do not really feel snug strolling alone, like I used to with my youngsters.

‘I’m continually watching my again,’ the mother of that alleged December assault instructed NBC New York. She mentioned she was additionally hit by Elder when she instinctively shielded her daughter from an assault from the 31-year-old.

Elsewhere, Michelle Kelley, 41, allegedly confessed to authorities she was a ‘skilled booster’. ‘Y’all are stopping my hustle’ she instructed police after her 97th arrest, in keeping with the paper.

Her favourite retailer was Manhattan’s Upper East Side Target retailer. McKelly stored her crimes to petit larceny, which is a non-jailable offense after the regulation went into impact in 2020.

She was lastly held on $5,000 bail after her one hundred and first arrest for second-degree assault after she allegedly kicked, bit, scratched and spit on two NYPD officers on July 30 throughout an try to swipe paper towels from a Duane Reade.

Meanwhile sticky fingered Charles Wold, 59, mentioned he was ‘grateful’ for bail reform as a result of ‘I’m too previous to go to jail. I’m manner too previous. I can not do it.’ Wold allegedly broke into 10 companies in Brooklyn and Manhattan over.

He hit three extra spots close to his dwelling within the upscale neighborhood of Park Slope and was lastly put behind bars.

Prosecutors instructed the choose $10,000 bail was the one manner to make sure he would present as much as court docket after skipping his appearances in two pending circumstances and violating parole.

Another, Isaac Rodriguez, was dubbed the ‘Man of Steal’ when he went on a larcenous bender wracking up 47 arrests for retail theft.

One Walgreens in Jackson Heights, Queens allegedly grew to become a favourite spot. According to the NYPD, he was arrested 23 instances taking gadgets like dietary shakes, skincare lotion, toothpaste and sanitary wipes.

His nonviolent offense stored him out of jail for awhile, however he violated a restraining order and returned to a Walgreens in Corona, Queens after he had allegedly shoplifted from it 13 instances, in keeping with the Post. That rating landed him behind bars on $15,000 bail.

And one other, Nolan Gonzalez, aka ‘GoGo,’ pilfered $350 price of Tommy Hilfiger clothes from the Macy’s flagship retailer in Herald Square in May.

Gonzalez grew to become such a frequent offender on the division retailer that Macy’s put out a ‘trespass discover’ on him to forestall him from returning to any of their retailers.

Police hit him with grand larceny, housebreaking and legal possession of stolen property, however the Manhattan DA decreased the fees and he was launched with out bail.

PICTURED: NYC REPEAT OFFENDERS WHO HAVE BEEN LET OUT ON A NO-OR-LOW CASH BAIL TO TERRORIZE THE CITY

Subway shooter who killed Goldman Sachs employee on his technique to brunch weeks after being granted bail over automobile theft 

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained attack on May 19th

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained assault on May nineteenth

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained assault on the subway on May nineteenth. 

Weeks earlier, a choose let Abdullah out on no bond, regardless of him having tried to steal a automobile. 

Prosecutors requested the choose to maintain him behind bars on a $15,000 bond however the choose – Leigh Cheng – denied their request, and let him out. 

He went on to kill Enriquez on a Manhattan-bound Q prepare, then handed himself in days later after a fruitless effort by the NYPD. 

Criminal who smeared feces on girl’s face was out on bail after attacking somebody in a retailer

Frank Abrokwa smeared feces on a woman's face weeks after being bailed out after punching someone on a subway platform

Frank Abrokwa smeared feces on a girl’s face weeks after being bailed out after punching somebody on a subway platform

Just one week earlier than the horrifying subway assault, Frank Abrokwa had been arrested for allegedly threatening a ironmongery store worker with a screwdriver however had been launched with out bail.

The 37-year-old was additionally arrested on January 7, for allegedly punching a 30-year-old man on a subway platform at a hundred and twenty fifth Street and Lenox Avenue and on February 5, for hitting a 53-year-old man on the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

But every time, because of New York’s lax new bail reform legal guidelines, the profession legal didn’t need to submit bail and was launched.

A number of days after threatening the shop worker throughout a theft, Abrokwa allegedly lunged on the girl on the East 241st Street subway station on February 21, smearing feces on her face  

Homeless Christmas tree arsonist with 20-year rap sheet

Craig Tamanaha, 49, leaves Manhattan Criminal court docket flipping the cameras after a listening to for the incident the place he burned down a Christmas Tree in entrance of Fox Studios in December of 2021

Last yr, Craig Tamanaha set hearth to the Christmas tree outdoors FOX News. Luckily, nobody was harm. 

Tamanaha had an extended rap sheet and on the time, had been bailed weeks earlier for 

Weeks earlier than the incident, Tamanaha allegedly flashed outdoors Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial court docket and in keeping with a legal grievance from December.

The 49-year-old has a prolonged legal document spanning at the least 20 years and two states, and he was arrested final month for exposing himself outdoors the Ghislaine Maxwell trial within the metropolis.

In 2002, the then-30-year-old Tamanaha was picked up in Abilene, Texas, on a public intoxication cost. 

Between 2017-2018, he was arrested on three separate events and charged with public intoxication, housebreaking and resisting arrest.

Queens man with historical past of attacking youngsters flipped toddler’s stroller 

Christopher Elder, 31, (pictured)

Christopher Elder, 31, (pictured)

Christopher Elder, 31, was charged with flipping over a three-year-old lady’s stroller in March. 

The little lady was being walked in her stroller by her grandmother within the Bronx. 

She was left with accidents on her face and physique and needed to be handled within the hospital. 

It wasn’t the primary time he harm a toddler.  

On December 11 the 31-year-old was charged for throwing a nine-year-old lady on the bottom in the identical Queens neighborhood, the Post reported.

‘He took away the arrogance I had as a girl and a single mom with two youngsters to go on the market. Now I do not really feel snug strolling alone, like I used to with my youngsters. I’m continually watching my again,’ the mother of that alleged December assault instructed NBC New York.

She mentioned she was additionally hit by Elder when she instinctively shielded her daughter from an assault from the 31-year-old. 

‘Professional booster’ arrested 101 instances, put a bullseye on Upper East Side Target retailer

Michelle Kelley, 41, allegedly confessed to authorities that she was a ‘skilled booster’ in keeping with the New York Post.

‘Y’all are stopping my hustle’ she instructed police after her 97th arrest, in keeping with the paper.

Her favourite retailer was Manhattan’s Upper East Side Target retailer.

 McKelly stored her crimes to petit larceny, which is a non-jailable offense after the regulation went into impact in 2020.

She was lastly held on $5,000 bail after her one hundred and first arrest for second-degree assault after she allegedly kicked, bit, scratched and spit on two NYPD officers on July 30 throughout an try to swipe paper towels from a Duane Reade in Harlem.

Brooklyn burglar on a 3 month spree breaking right into a dozen houses and companies

Sticky fingered Charles Wold, 59, instructed the New York Post that he was ‘grateful’ for bail reform as a result of, ‘I’m too previous to go to jail. I’m manner too previous. I can not do it.’

Wold allegedly broke into 10 companies in Brooklyn and Manhattan over a three-month interval, in keeping with the paper.

He hit three extra spots close to his dwelling within the upscale neighborhood of Park Slope and was lastly put behind bars.

Prosecutors instructed the choose that $10,000 bail was the one manner to make sure that he would present as much as court docket after skipping his appearances in two pending circumstances and violating parole, in keeping with the Post.

Queens shoplifter fell right into a rut, robbing the identical Walgreens pharmacy 23 instances

Isaac Rodriguez, who the New York Post dubbed the ‘Man of Steal’ went on a larcenous bender wracking up 47 arrests for retail theft.

One Walgreens in Jackson Heights, Queens allegedly grew to become a favourite spot. According to the NYPD, he was arrested 23 instances taking gadgets like dietary shakes, skincare lotion, toothpaste and sanitary wipes.

His nonviolent offense stored him out of jail for awhile, however he violated a restraining order and returned to a Walgreens in Corona, Queens after he had allegedly shoplifted from it 13 instances, in keeping with the Post. That rating landed him behind bars on $15,000 bail.

Macy’s bandit with a style for Tommy Hilfiger garments  

 Nolan Gonzalez, aka ‘GoGo,’ pilfered $350 price of Tommy Hilfiger clothes from the Macy’s flagship retailer in Herald Square in May.

Gonzalez grew to become such a frequent offender on the division retailer that Macy’s put out a ‘trespass discover’ on him to forestall him from returning to any of their retailers, in keeping with the New York Post.

Police hit him with grand larceny, housebreaking and legal possession of stolen property, however the Manhattan DA decreased the fees and he was launched with out bail, in keeping with the paper.