Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (June 22-June 28)

BY Juliet Linderman

94th Precinct

ROBBERY

6/22
McGuinness Boulevard and Ash Street
Victim was walking down the stairs from the Pulaski Bridge when he was cornered on the staircase by two unknown perps, one of whom displayed a boxcutter. The victim ran down the stairs, and the perp continued to threaten the victim, this time with a gun (which was not displayed). No arrests have been made.

6/25
Morgan Avenue
Victim was walking to his car after leaving a check cashing facility when he was approached by two unknown perps, one of whom displaying a black firearm, who demanded his money. The victim handed over the cash to the perps, who then fled on Division Street on foot. No arrests have been made.

Frost Street
Victim was walking home on Frost Street when she was approached by a perp on a bicycle, who punched the victim in the mouth and threatened to knock her out. The perp grabbed the victim’s bag, then snatched a necklace from her neck. The victim sustained cuts to her lips and knees, and the perp fled on Frost Street. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT
6/27
Victim was jumped by perps, who punched and hit him about his face and body. He sustained a large laceration to the right side of his head, due to a knife that was later recovered at the scene. Two perps were arrested.

BURGLARY
6/22
Roebling Street
Victim left her apartment, and upon returning discovered her deadbolt unlocked, and her camera and computer missing from the kitchen table. When she went down to the second floor of her building she noticed a window open, with two fry marks on the frame. No arrests have been made.

6/23
Woodpoint Road
An unknown perp entered a construction site and damaged the door to the storage room. The site has been burglarized three times in the past year, and no arrests have been made.

Manhattan Avenue
An unknown perp broke the lock on the front door of a business and stole cigarettes, cash, phone cards and lottery tickets. No arrests have been made.

Roebling Street
Victim returned home to notice that his back window was open. Upon further investigation, he discovered his laptop missing. No arrests have been made.

6/24
N. 7th Street
Victim observed the defendant unlawfully entering a building through the front door, kicking and punching locked vestibule door and breaking it. The landlord approximated $250 in damages. The perp was arrested.

Roebling Street
Victim returned home to discover his laptop, camera and cash missing from his apartment. No arrests have been made.

N. 9th Street
Victim noticed the front gate lock had been cut, and that his tools were missing. No arrests have been made.

6/25
Manhattan Avenue
Victim left for work, and upon returning home discovered his DVD player, gold jewelry, laptop and cash was missing from his apartment. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY

6/24
Herbert Street
An unknown perp gained entry to a location on Herbert Street and stole assorted tools. No arrests have been made.

6/27
Graham Avenue
Victim parked her car on Graham Avenue. When she returned, she noticed that her purse had been removed from the front seat. No credit cards were used, and no money was withdrawn from her account. Her car may have been unlocked, and no arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO

6/26
Richardson Street
Victim legally parked his motorcycle in front of his house. Upon returning, he noticed that his bike had been removed. No arrests have been made.

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