Daniel Bosquez Passes Away
Daniel Bosquez was an exceptional businessperson who held strong beliefs in trust and customer service as the foundation of any successful enterprise. To this end, he founded Waddles Quick Print with great effort in order to develop its trusted reputation.
He was arrested and charged with second-degree criminal mischief, second-degree menacing and criminal possession of a weapon. After appearing before Ramapo Town Court he was taken to Rockland County Jail where he awaits further legal proceedings.
Early Life and Education
He was a kind and affectionate individual who greatly valued spending time with his family. He often attended various types of events and appreciated listening to music; additionally he enjoyed reading mystery novels.
Last Wednesday, 36-year-old Daniel Bosquez from Long Island was arrested after engaging in road rage on the New York State Thruway and striking another vehicle with a bat, according to police reports.
The other driver began filming everything, while screaming at Bosquez that he would go to jail for this action. Bosquez then approached them with his bat raised but quickly returned after realizing he was still being recorded.
He was charged with criminal mischief and menacing and is being held on $10,000 bail. He appeared before Ramapo Town Court before being transported to Rockland County Jail in Woodmere.
Last week, a Hudson Valley man was seen taking out his wooden bat against another driver’s vehicle, seemingly engaging in road rage. Daniel Bosquez of Long Island can be seen smashing the left side mirror of a blue Subaru as its owner films in video footage taken at Ramapo, New York State Thruway. Once the Subaru driver yelled ‘jail! You’re going to jail!,’ an angry Bosquez raised his bat and headed back towards his own car before turning back towards the Subaru driver and kicking their door before later using his bat to smash open their window with it. Following this incident, Bosquez was arrested for criminal mischief, menacing, and criminal possession of weapon charges before being brought before Ramapo Town Court and sent directly to Rockland County Jail with either $10,000 cash bail or $20k bond.
Achievement and Honors
Bosquez earned All-MEC First Team accolades during his time with Davis & Elkins Men’s Soccer, leading scoring in conference with 14 goals while dishing out two assists for assists during the year and ranking 15th nationally for goals per game averages.
Bosquez earned both President’s List and Dean’s List honors as a graduate student, making both lists in both semesters of his enrollment.
The family would like to extend its sincerest gratitude for all the support received during this trying time, from great-aunts Rosemary and Tina Bosquez; brother Roland Bosquez with wife Maricela (and children Samuel III, Desiree Roman Rylan & Raylan); grandparents Barbara & Charles Tanner; aunts Ashley & Lindsey as well as cousins Jesse Andrews and Carley.
Last week, Woodmere man Robert Bosquez was arrested after an alleged road rage incident on New York State Thruway. A witness witnessed Bosquez using a wooden bat against another driver on I-87 near Ramapo.
An angry Bosquez breaks into a blue Subaru and smashes its window while being recorded by another driver. After hearing from their counterpart that they called him an idiot, Bosquez turns around to raise his bat before driving away while filming them both.
State police report they were called to I-87 around 4:16pm Wednesday where a car had been hit. Their investigation determined that Bosquez intentionally caused damage to another vehicle, leading them to arrest him on charges of second-degree criminal mischief, menacing, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Following his arraignment in Ramapo town court he was then transported to Rockland County Jail on an installment payment plan of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.
He is estimated to have an estimated net worth of more than $10 Million and has appeared on television programs including The Amazing Race, Celebrity Poker Showdown and American Ninja Warrior.
In May 2014, Bosquez entered a plea of no contest on all counts except count 5 (carrying a loaded firearm). He admitted the facts and his plea in open court, with the trial court finding that his plea of no contest was freely, voluntarily and knowing.
Last Wednesday, Daniel Bosquez was caught on video vandalizing another driver’s car on the Hudson Valley Thruway with a baseball bat in what appeared to be an act of road rage.