Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (5/2-5/9)

BY Juliet Linderman

90th Precinct

ASSAULT:
5/4
Havemeyer Street
Defendant threatened to cut the victim with a pair of scissors, then proceeded to do so, causing a laceration on the victim’s left hand and thumb before damaging a $500 painting. The perp was arrested.

5/5
Heyward Street
Two female students got into a verbal altercation that became physical when a perp slashed the victim with a razor blade. The perp was arrested.

5/7
Manhattan Avenue
Victim sustained serious physical harm. The perp was arrested.

Hooper Street
The perp threw an empty bottle of juice at the victim’s face, causing a cut to the side of his head. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY:
5/3
S. 1st Street
Perps gained entry into the victim’s apartment and stole personal property. No arrests have been made.

Metropolitan Avenue
Perp entered through the security gate and attempted to snatch a table saw from a commercial lot. He was unsuccessful, and no arrests have been made.

Grand Street
Unknown perps entered the victim’s apartment building and stole $2,700 worth of personal property. No arrests have been made.

5/4
Manhattan Avenue
Perps entered the location through the front door, and stole $325 worth of personal property. No arrests have been made.

Stagg Street
Unknown perps entered the victim’s apartment and stole $1,750 worth of personal property. No arrests have been made.

5/6
Havemeyer Street
Victim was parked on Havemeyer Street delivering beer to an establishment when unknown perps went into his truck and stole 5 cases. No arrests have been made.

S. 11th Street
Upon returning to his apartment, the victim realized that one of the doors on the first floor was damaged. No property was stolen and no arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY:
5/5
Graham Avenue
Victim was shopping with her baby when she placed her wallet inside a bag attached to the stroller. When she looked up, she noticed her wallet was missing. Upon further investigation, victim discovered that $269 in unauthorized charges had been made. No arrests have been made.

Metropolitan Avenue and Olive Street
Perp shattered the driver’s side window of a vehicle and stole personal property from the car. No arrests have been made.

5/7
Grand Street
Victim when into a store to shop. Upon returning to her car afterwards, she discovered that one of the windows had been broken and $1,300 worth of personal property was missing. No arrests have been made.

5/9
Johnson Avenue
Upon returning to his parked car, the victim discovered that his front passenger-side window had been broke and approximately $5,700 worth of personal property was missing. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO:
5/4
Moore Street
Victim parked her car on Moore Street. Upon returning, she realized her vehicle was missing. No arrests have been made.

ROBBERY:
5/3
Broadway
Victim was walking eastbound on Broadway when an unknown perp approached on a bicycle, produced a black handgun and threatened the victim. No arrests have been made.

5/4
Driggs and Grand Streets
Defendant forcibly removed property from the victim and fled the location on foot towards Roebling. No arrests have been made.

5/5
Keap and Ainslie Streets
Victim was walking towards the train station when two males approached her from behind, one of which then proceeded to punch her in the face while the other removed her cell phone. Both were arrested, and her phone was returned.

5/8
S. 4th Street
Victim was turning off the lights in the basement of the bodega where he works when he was approached by two males, one of whom displayed a black revolver. They then proceeded to steal $700 from the victim, and the chain off his neck. No arrests have been made.

S. 2nd Street
Upon leaving her apartment the victim was confronted by two black males in her hallway, one of whom displayed a hand gun and pressed it against her neck. The victim became irate, and began fighting the perps. The perps then fled, leaving a role of duct tape and gloves behind. No arrests have been made.

5/9
Bedford Avenue
While the victim was standing at a counter, an unknown perp entered the location holding a black handgun and proceeded to steal $150 cash. No arrests have been made.

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