An armed suspect who was caught by a police car has been arrested on two counts of burglary in New York

The armed suspect who terrified Long Island motorists by firing shots in the middle of a busy intersection was arrested twice in 20 minutes in New York City last month – including on charges of allegedly breaking into an apartment and trying on clothes the clothing of the residents .

Kiber Calderon — who was filmed in a now-viral clip pointing a gun at motorists and bystanders before being sidestepped by a quick-thinking Nassau County cop Tuesday — has been in jail since June 8, according to law enforcement Brooklyn two open burglaries.

Around 1:30 p.m. that day, the 31-year-old, also known as Hanna Carillo, got into a locked apartment on Halsey Street in Stuyvesant Heights and was found “in the conservatory” by the man who lived there, the criminal who complained against her states.

Twenty minutes later, she allegedly broke into another Stuyvesant Heights apartment, this one on Putnam Avenue, about three blocks away, prosecutors allege.

The woman who lives in the apartment told police she left the door unlocked – and when she returned, she found Calderon allegedly left the house with her “jacket and shoes,” the complaint says.


Kiber Calderon's mug shot.
Kiber Calderon, 31, was charged with 13 counts earlier this week for allegedly pointing a gun at motorists and passers-by in a clip that has now gone viral, in which a Long Island officer caught her, throwing her to the ground in the middle of an intersection and then arrested her.
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Buildings on Halsey Street.
On June 8, Calderon allegedly committed two burglaries. At around 1.30pm she broke into a flat on Halsey Street and was seen by the homeowner in the conservatory.
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Putnam Avenue Building.
Twenty minutes later she entered Alania Toatley’s apartment on Putnam Avenue, also in Stuyvesant Heights. Toatley told police she left the door unlocked, and when she returned, she found Calderon exiting the unit in her “jacket and shoes.”
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Calderon faces a slew of charges over the two incidents, including multiple counts of burglary and trespassing, none of which qualify for bail, Brooklyn prosecutors said.

A spokesman for the prosecutor’s office said Calderon was released under supervision in each of the cases pending trial.

Calderon was indicted by Nassau County Police on Wednesday on 13 counts, including menacing and reckless endangerment, for the gun violence incident.

A shocking video allegedly showed Calderon brandishing a gun at the intersection of Bellmore Avenue and Jerusalem Avenue in North Bellmore, even pointing it at her own head.


Calderon at the Crossroads in Long Island.
On Tuesday, shocking video of Calderon went viral after a quick-thinking Long Island cop side-ended her with his police vehicle while she was brandishing a gun at the intersection of Bellmore Avenue and Jerusalem Avenue in North Bellmore.
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Calderon at the Crossroads in Long Island.
She suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. She remains in police custody, Nassau police told the Post.

A Long Island police officer was then seen panning into frame, catching the woman and throwing her to the ground while the officer yelled at her to “drop the gun!”

Another officer then attacks and handcuffs her while she appears to be reaching for the gun.

She suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital.

Calderon remained in Nassau police custody Thursday, police officers said.

JACLYN DIAZ

JACLYN DIAZ is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. JACLYN DIAZ joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing diza@ustimetoday.com.

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