Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (May 24-May 30)

BY Juliet Linderman

94th Precinct

ROBBERY:

5/28
Manhattan Avenue
Perp stuffed some merchandise into his pants and tried to exit the store. When confronted by a security guard, the perp then displayed a hypodermic needle and pointed it at him. The perp tried once again to leave the store, but was restrained. He was arrested.

ASSAULT:

5/25
Driggs Avenue
While walking his children to school, the defendant began yelling and cursing at the victim, stating, “I’m going to kill you.” The perp then went to his car, retrieved a club and struck the victim in the left arm causing a laceration, swelling and pain. The perp was arrested.

5/28
Roebling Street
Victim was in the park when he noticed a group of males walking towards him. He started running, and the perps chased him and hit him over the head with a blunt object, causing injury. When the victim fell, the other perps began punching and kicking him. The perps then fled, and no arrests have been made.

Lorimer Street and Driggs Avenue
Victim was sitting in a park when he was approached by a perp and was stabbed four times with a sharp object. He was then taken to Bellevue Hospital, and no arrests have been made.

BURGLARY:
5/24
Eckford Street
Victim was sleeping when an unknown person entered through the front window and stole his computer, keyboard, credit card, iPod and other personal property. No arrests have been made.

5/29
Kent Avenue
An unknown perp entered victim’s apartment through the front door, which was left unlocked. The perp stole $60, a camera, a credit card and other personal property. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY:

5/23
Morgan Avenue
Victim went to the ATM and withdrew $500. He then proceeded to go home. He placed his wallet, with $400 in it, on a table in his bedroom. He went to bed, and when he woke up a few hours later his keys, wallet, cards and cash were missing. The perp was located and arrested.

5/24
India Street
Defendant entered the warehouse and used a yellow pole to disengage the security camera. Defendant then proceeded to remove a series of filters with a forklift. The perp was later arrested.

5/26
Nassau Avenue and N. 14th Street
Victim parked her car on Nassau Avenue and went into a store. She left a bag on the front passenger seat, and when she returned she discovered that a perp had broke the front window and removed cash, credit cards, keys, a purse and a wallet. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO:

5/24
Dupont Street
Victim legally parked his car on Dupont Street. When he returned, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

5/26
N. 6th Street
Victim parked legally on N. 6th Street and upon returning realized that his car had been moved. No arrests have been made.

5/28
Jackson Street
When victim returned to his car, which he parked legally on the street, he noticed it was missing. No arrests have been made.

Diamond Street
Victim’s motorcycle was parked and locked on Diamond Street. When he returned, he discovered it was missing. No arrests have been made.

90th Precinct

BURGLARY:
5/26
Johnson Avenue
Victim woke up in his apartment to discover a Hispanic male in his apartment. When he confronted the perp, the perp told him that his friend was smoking on the top floor. He was holding a black bag. When the victim went back into his room he realized several items were missing from his apartment. No arrests have been made.

Devoe Street
An unknown black male broke the lock on the front door of an apartment building, but was unable to find access to individual apartments. No arrests have been made.

5/29
Lynch Street
An unknown perp entered the victim’s residence through his rear bathroom window. The perp went through the victim’s drawers and cabinets, but didn’t take anything. No arrests have been made.

Victim was sleeping in his bedroom when he was awakened by a black male rummaging through his drawers. When he sat up in bed, the perp started to run out of the apartment, but the victim grabbed the perp and began fighting with him. The victim’s son heard the struggle and rushed to help the victim. The perp broke free and fled down Lynch Street. No arrests have been made.

An unknown perp entered the victim’s building. While inside his apartment, the victim opened the cabinets and emptied the money out of a cash box. The perp then entered the kitchen and removed more cash from the kitchen cabinets. No arrests have been made.

Maujer Street
When the victim got to work, he found the basement door broken, and property missing. No arrests have been made.

5/30
Grand Street
Victim locked his location and left. The following day, a colleague entered the location and discovered that a laptop and twelve sets of knives were missing. There were visible scrape marks on the side of the door, presumably from a screwdriver. No arrests have been made.

5/31
S. 1st Street
Unknown perps entered an apartment through the bedroom window, which was left open via fire escape. Perps stole nearly $4,000 worth of personal property. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY
5/28
Marcy Avenue
Victim went to the bathroom and left her purse at the bar. When she returned, she discovered her purse was missing. No arrests have been made

5/29
Union Avenue and Grand Street
Victim left his wallet in plain view on the top of his jacket on the front seat of his car, with the window rolled partially down. When he returned, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

5/30
Meadow Street
Victim locked and left his car on the street. Upon his return, he discovered that his property was missing from the vehicle. No arrests have been made.

5/31
Grand Street
Unknown perps removed the victim’s purse, containing various cards and personal property, from her car. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO:
5/27
Middleton Street
Victim parked his car. Upon returning, he discovered it was missing. No arrests have been made.

5/30
S. 4th Street
Victim parked her 2002 Nissan Altima on S. 4th Street. Upon returning to her parking spot, she discovered her car was missing. No arrests have been made.

Wallabout Street
Unknown perps removed listed property from the above location. No arrests have been made.

ROBBERY:
5/24
As the victim was entering the subway station, a Hispanic male pulled her back and demanded that she hand over the purse. He displayed a black firearm. No arrests have been made.

5/25
Broadway and Lorimer Street
Victim was on a city bus when an unknown black male snatched her phone from her hands and jumped off the bus. Victim was able to grab the perp by his shirt. A struggle ensued, during which time the perp removed his shirt and continued to flee.

5/26
Metropolitan and Rodney Street
Victim was walking westbound on Metropolitan Avenue when a male approached from behind and demanded the victim’s purse, placing her in a chokehold. The perp then forcibly removed the victim’s property. No arrests have been made.

5/28
Gardner Avenue
After returning home from a delivery, the victims parked their car and were approached by three males, two Hispanic and one black. One of the perps was holding a black handgun and demanded money from the victims. One of the victims handed over a black bag containing items belonging to the second victim. No arrests have been made.

5/29
Broadway and Flushing
Victim was sitting on the J-train when an unknown male entered a train car through the side door and approached, displaying a small knife. He told the victim to empty his pockets. The victim obliged, and the perp fled through the rear car door. No arrests have been made.

Manhattan Avenue
While walking home the victim was followed into his building by two male perps, who started to choke him and forcibly steal his personal property. The two perps then fled eastbound on Montrose Avenue. No arrests have been made.

5/30
Boerum and Bogart Streets
Victim was walking northbound on Bogart Street when a perp ran up to her, pushed her on the ground and attempted to grab her purse from her hand. The victim held on to her purse, and the perp fled down Bogart Street. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT:
5/24
Boerum Street
Victim was delivering packages for UPS. Known perps stole packages, and slammed the door into the victim’s foot. No arrests have been made.

5/29
Taylor Street
Perp shot at the victim’s head, grazing the left side of her face above her eye, causing a gash and bleeding. The perp then ordered the victim to lie facedown on the floor and stay still. The perp was arrested.

Humboldt Street
Victim had a verbal dispute with the suspect that turned violent when the perp threw a chair at the victim. He was apprehended.

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