Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotter (Nov. 16-Nov. 22)

BY Juliet Linderman

90th Precinct

ASSAULT:
11/21
Boerum Street and Manhattan Avenue
Victim states that defendant kicked, punched and pushed him, and tried to stab him with a pair of scissors causing a laceration to his face. The perp was arrested.

11/22
Maujer Street
Perp struck the victim with an Econo Truck Club causing bruising and swelling to his back. The perp also punched the victim in the face, and was arrested.

ROBBERY:
11/19
S. 2nd Street
Victim received a dispatched radio pick up from his livery base. Three individuals got into his cab, and told him to go to S. 2nd Street. Upon arrival, one of the perps displayed a semi-automatic handgun and stole the cabbie’s cash before fleeing on foot down S. 2nd. No arrests have been made.

11/20
Humboldt Street
Victim got into a verbal dispute with his brother-in-law and two other men. The fight escalated, and the victim’s brother-in-law struck him several times in the head with a pistol. The victim then fell to the ground, at which point the perp searched his pockets, stole his cell phone and fled. No arrests have been made.

11/21
S. 4th Street
Victim was approached by two male Hispanics, one of whom lifted his shirt to show a black semi-automatic pistol in the waistband of his pants. The perp then told the victim to hand over his phone, and the victim obliged, and gave him $80. The perps then fled down S. 4th Street towards Driggs Avenue. A canvass was conducted with negative results, and no arrests have been made.

11/22
Flushing Avenue
Victim was walking home when he was approached by two unknown males, one of whom asked the victim if he had any work for them. The victim told him “no,” at which point the perp lifted up his shirt and displayed a black firearm in his waistband and told the victim to hand over all of his money. The victim did not oblige, and walked away. The perps then fled westbound on Flushing Avenue towards Nostrand, where they ran into the courtyard of the Marcy Houses. No arrests have been made.

Havemeyer Street
Perp stole the victim’s iPhone from her right hand. When the perp realized that the victim wasn’t going to relinquish the phone, he began kicking her on the right leg, causing pain and swelling. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY:
11/18
Grand Street
After closing hours, an unknown perp entered the building by breaking the rear door. He then stole two checkbooks and $3,300 cash. No arrests have been made.

11/19
S. 1st Street
Unknown perps entered the victim’s apartment through the front door, and stole approximately $8,000 worth of property. No arrests have been made.

N. 1st Street
Perps entered the victim’s apartment through a window leading to the fire escape and stole a laptop worth $2,000. It is possible that the window was left unlocked. No arrests have been made.

Harrison Place
Victim noticed that his bedroom window and screen had been lifted up and left open, and that his laptop was stolen. No other items were taken from his residence, and no arrests have been made.

Powers Street
Perp entered apartment through the front door, and stole a laptop. Three outside parties have copies of the keys to the apartment, and no arrests have been made.

11/20
S. 3rd Street
Unknown perp entered an apartment through the rear fire escape, forcibly opening the window and security gate. Once inside, the perp stole a digital camera. Police had been at the same building earlier that day for another burglary, but a canvass was conducted for this one, and no arrests have been made.

Broadway
Victim left his residence locked and secured, and upon return discovered that the door was visibly forced open , and his flat screen television was missing. No arrests have been made.

Olive Street
Victim parked a company commercial vehicle on Olive Street. Upon returning, he noticed that the front passenger-side window was smashed with a brick, and various tools totaling approximately #3,500 were missing. No arrests have been made.

Ross Street
Victim left his apartment, and when he came home noticed that the side door leading into his apartment was closed, but unlocked, and the bedroom window was wide open, and various property was missing. No arrests have been made.

Manhattan Avenue
Victim parked his car on Manhattan Avenue. When he returned, the vehicle was gone. No arrests have been made.

Lorimer Street
Unknown perps entered the basement offices of a building through an unlocked window, and stole a series of checks signed and payable to various businesses. No arrests have been made.

S. 3rd Street
Victim observed the perp on the fire escape, trying to gain entry into his apartment through his window. The perp was arrested.

S. 3rd Street
Upon returning home to her apartment, the victim noticed that her son’s bedroom window was open, and that Xbox, assorted games and a black bag were missing. A few of the games and the bag were later found on the roof, and no arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY:
11/18
Union Avenue
While the victim was walking south on Union Avenue and talking on her cell phone, a light-skinned Hispanic male snatched her phone out of her hand and fled. A canvass was conducted with negative results and no arrests have been made.

11/19
Manhattan Avenue and Montrose Avenue
When she returned from class to his parking spot, the victim discovered that her car was missing. No arrests have been made.

Boerum Street
Victim returned to the spot where his car was parked and discovered that his vehicle was missing. There was no broken glass at the scene, and no arrests have been made.

11/22
Havemeyer Street and S. 4th
Victim observed a perp stealing his car, and the perp was arrested.

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