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Two OMC Residents Charged with Attempted Murder

Officials said Carl Perryman, 26, and Charles Sullins, 27, of Old Mill Court, were arrested and charged in connection to a 2011 shooting.

Two Old Mill Court residents were arrested on Friday night on federal charges of attempted murder, police said.

According to Rockville Centre Police Officials, Carl Perryman, 26, and Charles Sullins, 27, of Old Mill Court, were arrested and charged federally with attempted murder in-aid-of racketeering, conspiracy to commit murder in-aid-of racketeering, assault with a dangerous weapon in-aid-of racketeering and discharging of a firearm during a crime of violence. 

The charges are in connection with a shooting that occurred in 2011, police said. If convicted, each of the defendants faces a mandatory minimum sentence of ten years and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

Before this arrest, Perryman had been acquitted twice — once on charges of shooting an RVC man and once for murder. Both victims lived in the same Rockville Centre Housing Complex as Perryman.

Rockville Centre Police Commissioner Charles Gennario thanked the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the F.B.I. Long Island Gang Task Force, and the Nassau County Police Department for their assistance and contributions to this case.

“The safety of our residents is paramount and these arrests will have a long-lasting positive impact on the welfare of the citizens of Rockville Centre," Gennario said. "The Rockville Centre Police Department wants to thank all of our partners in this case, and I particularly want to express my appreciation for the efforts of the F.B.I., the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and our colleagues at the Nassau County Police Department."

The defendants were arraigned on Saturday before a United States Magistrate at the U.S. Courthouse, located at  100 Federal Plaza in Central Islip, New York.

Frank February 21, 2012 at 04:45 PM
Albany holds the strings...
cyclones February 21, 2012 at 07:44 PM
http://www.liherald.com/stories/Two-Rockville-Centre-men-indicted-in-murder,25760 what was the result of these murder charges?
Peter February 21, 2012 at 08:45 PM
Harvey I never blamed the Mayor for committing a crime, what are you talking about? I only said that this Mayor and in fact every previous Mayor and politician in RVC has done nothing to stop the lawlessness within OMC. To say "what can any mayor do?", is essentially giving up and turning your back on a major problem that affects every resident of RVC. The real question should be how can this mayor and every previous administration do nothing? If this is a state issue and the Mayor is going to claim it's out of his jurisdiction, then why do we have to hear of the Mayor's recent field trip to the White House to secure federal grants? Going to DC to rub elbows is in the job description, but dealing with constant crime in our own village isn't? The fact of the matter is dealing with OMC is not easy. It's going to take a strong person to go to Albany and demand this crime factory is no longer to be funded by state and/or federal aid. It's going to take a person who is willing to stand up for what is right and not worried about losing a few votes along the way.
Traci February 22, 2012 at 06:15 AM
You guys act like OMC was always bad and everyone that lives there is a gangbanger. Well let me tell you that is not the case, there are some really good people that live there. They need to concentrate on cleaning the place up instead of kicking good people out on their butts. Oh n some of the other residents of RVC come over there to do their dirt.
Anthony February 22, 2012 at 01:20 PM
How has this guy Perryman been able to shoot 3 different people? Postings online show that he killed one man in front of the MLK center with over 30 people as witnesses. Not 1 of those witnesses stepped forward to testify. That sends a great message of all the upstanding citizens over there. Not a great message to give the public
CarlCarl February 22, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Frank you seem to have missed the point. Just cause it was in Ms Rice land don't mean that they will be awarded with one of her responsibility programs. They be dealing with the feds now and the feds don't mess around. They be doin real time with them.
CarlCarl February 22, 2012 at 02:00 PM
One of the biggest problems with the peoples in OMC is that they just hate the police. They think they can just do what they want when they want. Just cause 30 peoples saw him kill Rico don't mean any of em goin speak. Peoples know what happened every time Carl done those things. Hell they know about lost of things goin on but aint none of em goin come forward cause they just don't want to. Lets be honest Anthony you could fit all the upstanding citizens over there into a phone boof.
CarlCarl February 22, 2012 at 02:07 PM
Harvey I never said it was a bad thing to arrest for dwi and there be tragedies cause of it but that has become Ms Rice pet peeve. Drugs and gangs have overtaken us and she seems to be doin nothin about it. As for my knowldedge of the case as bugs bunny would say "au contraire" and I know that the federal system has different rules and I applauded them or did you not understand what I said?
Frank February 22, 2012 at 03:17 PM
@ Traci. NYS and Nassau just spent $31 million to fix the complex. With 25,000 residents, that's nearly $1,250 a person. Could've bought flat screens for everybody in town. And what do we get on the return on investment? more crime.
Frank February 22, 2012 at 04:05 PM
@ Francis x Murray. With all due respect, why is your response only directed to Peter? Moreover, why explain your plans in person? Hundreds on Patch are waiting to hear your administration's stance on OMC (hopefully more than simply upping police patrols). IMO we need to put the "bite" back into the RVCHA. RVCHA should have the power to enforce and evict without any handholding from Nassau or the State. There's a yearlong eviction backlog in Nassau County courts. Hmm, why so long? Why do tenant initiatives by RVCHA go forth to NYS without a single response? Bottom line: Seems any good RVCHA tries to do at OMC is thwarted by Nassau and NYS. I would prefer you petition Albany and get the attention RVCHA deserves to enforce law and order (Why not go to Albany? You went to meet Obama, why not visit Cuomo?). Ask Sen. Skelos if he's interested in championing the cause. However, I remain skeptical on Skelos. I distinctly remember Skelos was all smiles on the December 2007 symbolic "sledge-hammering" for the $31 million rehabilitation of OMC. Wonder how Skelos feels now that after seeding $31 million in taxpayer money into OMC it would only bear more crime. I would find the 2011 gang bust particularly abhorrent after expending those much need tax dollars. IMO $31 million would have repaired a lot of infrastructure in RVC for the benefit of all 25,000 residents and that's the way our taxes should be spent, for the benefit of all, not the few.
Anthony February 22, 2012 at 04:05 PM
So if thats the case, where does all the uproar come from and the comments from certain people who stand up for OMC and continue to say "one bad apple doesnt spoil the bunch"? From what you are saying, it is quite the opposite. There maybe only one good apple in the whole bunch over there
CarlCarl February 22, 2012 at 05:54 PM
The uproar come from the peoples that are mad that that family put a spotlight on them and the bad they be doing. Some people stand up for it cause they think its okay to sit on a stoop sip a 40 and smoke some weed "I ain't botherin nobody". They really think that should be accepted behavior.
EJ's son February 23, 2012 at 12:51 AM
@Frank - I doubt that the poster is the real mayor. If he had an answer for the problem he would have answered Anthony Bottan's question in the Patch interview instead of blowing smoke about Nassau County HQ tax. Your points are well taken. Someone needs to put the "authority" back in the RVCHA.
Peter February 23, 2012 at 01:46 AM
I have serious doubts as to wether this response is actually coming from the Mayor. With that said, I will add this. As a father of 2 young children, I had to choose a pediatrician a few years back. Coincidently I also had to choose a veterinarian for my dog. When I started researching, I found that the 2 most qualified doctors for both my children and dog were located on Centre Ave. My wife and I both agreed that if there was an emergency situation, in good conscience I could not send my wife to that part of town after dark. The point I'm making is to feel unsafe in a beautiful neighborhood is beyond comprehension. RVC's image, reputation and all of our property values are becoming seriously affected by the crimes committed by the inhabitants of OMC. I am not looking for a private meeting after I post a message in a public forum. But if there is a plan in place to address these concerns, I am sure every tax paying resident would be extremely interested in a direct, detailed answer as to how this administration is planning on addressing OMC.
CarlCarl February 23, 2012 at 06:45 AM
Harvey, wrong again. I just did some lookin up on my favorite google site and according to the NTSB there were just over 37 thousand deaths from vehicle accidents and approximately one third were alcohol related which would put your number about 30 thousand over. What did you go to Oceanside schools? Of roughly 10 thousand deaths how many were in RVC and how many gang related murders were there relating to RVC? How much crime in RVC is related to DWI and how much is related to drugs, gangs and guns? Of those DWI's how many peoples did time (many) and for those other crimes how many people did time (not too many) thanks Ms Rice. Crime or should I say arrests is down because the cops don't waste there time arresting peoples that they know ain't goin to do no time. You seem a bigger fool than her but I guess we all be fools as she be in charge. Good for the criminals, except the DWI's, but nor fo the rest of us.
Mickey February 26, 2012 at 05:41 PM
Frank, I share your outrage over the fact that OMC still exists,however I feel you are talking out of your arse when you say that the mayor "wants no part in OMC because it is political hand grenade." You don't know that,you are making assumptions at this point and stating them as fact. I'm with you in general but in my opinion you should relax with the accusations.
Frank February 27, 2012 at 04:11 PM
@ Mickey. Accusations? It's pretty obvious that every RVC administation, past present and future, would rather ignore the issues regarding OMC. In Murray's address to residents, there was no mention of OMC. In his letter, you guessed it, nada on OMC. In the patch interview, there was no discussion of plans, initiatives... anyhing that would make me believe that Murray's on the case. And look at Bossart's admin. Unless there was an opportunity to smile for the camera, they wanted no part of any negativity regarding OMC. Case in point: http://www.liherald.com/rockvillecentre/stories/Project-complete,20541 they gladly showed up for the ribbon cutting ceremony and handed over $33 million of taxpayer money so everyone in OMC can have new baths, kitchens, energy efficiency upgrades, etc. And what did we get on the ROI? More Crime. Funny, didn't see anyone in that pic express outrage over the gang bust that happened in 2011. On a more personal note has your rep showed up at your front door for a ribbon cutting ceremony and a taxpayer check for home improvements? No? IMO I would love a photo op with Dean Skelos handing over a check for $10k. Would finally finish that hall bath remodel! LMFAO And OMC is a political hand grenade. Just look at prior posts on the subject. Any opinion on OMC is considered racist and treated accordinlgy. It's a joke. If Mayor Murray decides to buck the trend, I wish him the best of luck, but i'm not holding my breath.
Frank February 27, 2012 at 04:31 PM
@ Traci. Why don't you concentrate on cleaning that place up? Why is it this village's responsiblity to act like a NANNY STATE to fix and nurse OMC's problems? Everyone else in RVC manages to respect law, maintain order, keep their property clean and neat, all without government assistance. Shouldn't the OMC follow suit and fix their own problems? Oh wait, let me guess, they can't because their poor, helpless, don't know any better, forced to deal drugs to manage a meager existence, and are continually subjugated by the racist machinations of the RVC housing authority, RVC neighbors, teachers, coaches, police officers, store owners, priests, rabbis, ministers, parishoners, little league, girl scouts, boy scouts, Ronald McDonald, the eldery, FBI, CIA, EPA, DEP, DEA, FDA, Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, George Bush, Taliban, Republicans, and everyone and everything else? What a joke.
Lets do it March 03, 2012 at 01:44 AM
Alot of the people on here do not know what they are talking about. No one has been found guilty of any crimes yet so you shouldn't talk so fast anyway.
Sick of disgusting perryman March 03, 2012 at 12:28 PM
Carl Perryman found Not Guilty in his past how many murders, I lost count, is an absolute joke and I hope this filthy disgusting excuse of a life spends the rest of his life behind bars hanging out with the rest of his brothas. plently of bloods in prison, im sure he would make a good time out of it.
Anthony March 03, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Sick of- where you one of the 30 witnesses to his prior crimes,in which he was found not guilty of, who didnt step forward? Or perhaps a friend of one of those people who couldnt talk sense into them to step forward as a witness? Maybe if the community would have stepped forward in the past, other lives could have been saved. Sounds like you know of other "bloods" in the area. Drop a dime on them, their crimes, and their cohorts. Try to help change the "Stop Snitchin" culture, instead of calling past actions a joke. There are countless jokes- specifically the 30 people who didnt come forward in the past.
RVCLifer March 03, 2012 at 03:28 PM
This WAS done by the RCPD. Nassau does not give RVC it's support so RCPD turned to the FBI for assistance.
RVCLifer March 03, 2012 at 03:32 PM
I see Earl on the corner of Meehan & Centre all day everyday. Always drinking his 40. He rotates between doing the pot and smoking crack. He gives a head's up when the police are nearby to the dealers so they keep him supplied. He only defends them for this reason. Nobody could otherwise defend the criminals that are destroying our youth and village.
CarlCarl March 04, 2012 at 04:51 AM
what's Early Earl been doin' since his boy Beto got locked up? Where's he gettin' his bogger sugar from? Tell me I'm lyin' Earl!
CarlCarl March 04, 2012 at 04:53 AM
watchyougotosaybouthisbrotha K?
CarlCarl March 19, 2012 at 12:31 AM
Well I'll be damned. http://www.lohud.com/article/20120317/NEWS02/303170052/Duo-convicted-slaying-Yonkers-mom?odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Ctext%7CFrontpage%7Cs
CarlCarl March 19, 2012 at 12:33 AM
Hey bro look at the bottom of this page, just in case you still want to stick with your story. ha ha ha
Frank March 19, 2012 at 03:34 PM
Good article CarlCarl. Looks like OMC is not just the place for thugs, gangs, and dealers, it's also home to assassins and gun for hires. What a lovely slice of RVC pie!
Frank March 20, 2012 at 02:25 PM
OMC is a dump. time to take a bulldozer to the whole complex.
Maestro March 20, 2012 at 04:23 PM
Carl Perryman will be wearing lipstick in jail just like his father did. What a great family three brothers all murderers. Mikey Rutledge just pleaded guilty in nassau County for a body, Kasaun White just got convicted of a body in Westchester and I am willing to bet the FEDS aint done with Carl and they will charge him with the bodies he has in RVC. Maybe the sisters will have to start killing next. Good Riddance to Carl. JUSTICE FOR DAVE.

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