Homeless Man Robbed NYC Churches ‘to Get Back during God’: DA

A homeless male faces thievery and loathing crime charges after he allegedly attacked 4 churches, one of that he stole from 3 times, in Queens, New York, since of his loathing of God, according to prosecutors.

Woznik allegedly told military during a time of his detain he was “mad during God” and denounced religion, observant his break-ins were an try to retaliate.

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“I’m insane during God. we don’t like church no more. we don’t wish to understanding with religion,” probity papers contend he told police. “I’m ill and sleepy of conference about religion. we don’t mangle into houses, usually churches. we mangle in to get behind during God.”

Joseph Woznik was arrested Wednesday, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown pronounced Thursday.

Between Mar 21 and Apr 10, Woznik allegedly pennyless into a Bangladesh Hindu Maunder Temple in Flushing, Blessed Virgin Mary Help of Christians church in Woodside, St. Mary’s Romanian Orthodox Church in Elmhurst and St. James Episcopal Church in Flushing, according to rapist complaints.

An worker during a Hindu church found money blank from 3 concession boxes forced open on Mar 21, prosecutors said. Fingerprints carried from a boxed allegedly matched Woznik’s. 

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Woznik allegedly burglarized St. James Episcopal Church 3 times between Mar 24 and Apr 10, according to prosecutors. He allegedly stole a Canon digital camera, $1,800 in money and 3 checks; dual of those equipment were recovered from his trek during a time of his arrest, investigators said.

With it being Holy Week, eremite leaders pronounced they’re not angry, though they do wish he gets help.

“I would tell him that he should find God initial and see that God is not a reason to do something bad or damaging,” pronounced Justin Bertea of St. Mary’s Romanian Orthodox Church.

“Maybe for us as a eremite organization, we haven’t lived adult to what we need to do,” pronounced Rev. Paul Lai of St. James Episcopal Church. “So that’s because someone who was in a predicament didn’t get a help.”

The 23-year-old could face adult to 15 years in jail if he’s convicted.

Woznik is also wanted by Orange County officials in Florida on a refugee from probity charge. He is indicted of burglary, grand burglary and rapist mischief, according to prosecutors.

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