Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (4/18-4/24) – 90th Precinct

BY Michael Cesarczyk

ROBBERY

4/18
Marcy Avenue and Broadway
Victim was walking home when two perps approached him. One held the victim’s right hand while the other went into his pocket and removed his wallet. Both then fled on Marcy Avenue. No arrests have been made.

4/19
Harrison Place
Victim was approached by perp who told her to give him all her money. The victim gave up $22 and the perp fled on foot. No arrests have been made.

Bedford Avenue and South 2nd Street
Victim was walking with his girlfriend when perp approached them from behind and attempted to grab the girlfriend’s shoulder bag. A struggle between the victim and the perp ensued, resulting in the former being slashed in the left arm with an unknown object. The perp fled and the victim transported himself to Brooklyn Hospital. No arrests have been made.

Roebling Street and Broadway
Victim was standing at a bus stop when he was approached by perp who hit him in the head with an unknown object, resulting in a laceration. The perp then removed the victim’s wallet from his back pocket and fled. No arrests have been made.

4/22
Broadway
While working at a Laundromat, victim was approached by two perps who initially asked to purchase soap but then produced a black firearm and said, “Don’t move!” A struggle ensued, resulting in the victim being hit in the face with the firearm and sustaining lacerations. The perps forcibly removed $500, car keys, and three credit cards before fleeing in a green Nissan Maxima. No arrests have been made.

4/23
Gerry Street
Victim was walking on Gerry Street when perp came in from behind and punched him several times in the face. The perp then removed his cell phone, phone chargers, keys and $80. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT

4/18
Graham Avenue
Defendant kicked, punched and struck victim with a glass bottle, resulting in multiple lacerations and contusions about in the face and head. The victim was removed to Woodhull Hospital, and the defendant was arrested.

4/20
South 4th Street
Victim and perp were drinking at home when an argument ensued, resulting in the latter strangling the former. The perp was later arrested.

4/24
Metropolitan Avenue
Perp stabbed victim in his torso with a knife and fled on foot towards Rodney Street. The victim was removed to Woodhull Hospital. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY

4/18
Metropolitan Avenue
Perps entered victim’s apartment and removed his MacBook and laptop chargers. No arrests have been made.

4/21
South 8th Street
Victim left his apartment. Upon returning, he noticed his front window ajar, his window screen unlocked and his computer missing. No arrests have been made.

Bogart Street
Officer followed a blood trail to the broken window of a commercial building and and found blood on the ledge. The owner of the building said that a laptop had been stolen. The perp was later arrested.

4/23
South 3rd Street
Victim locked his keys in his apartment and called two locksmiths. When the locksmiths arrived, however, the victim refused their services and left while they remained at the front of his door. Upon returning the next morning, the victim noticed that his lock had been tampered with and his MacBook and $200 missing. No arrests have been made.

4/24
Bedford Avenue
Victim looked out the front door of his apartment and observed defendant removing a camera from a baby stroller. He notified the police and later saw the defendant exiting the building and being chased for three blocks before finally being arrested.

GRAND LARCENY

4/18
Keap Street and Union Avenue
Victim forgot and left her bag on the floor while boarding the G train at the Metropolitan Avenue station. When she returned 15 minutes later, the bag was gone. No arrests have been made.

McKibbin Street and Bogart Street
Victim parked his car at the above location. Upon returning to his vehicle, he noticed that his passenger side window had been broken and that his GPS and iPhone were missing. No arrests have been made.

4/20
Havemeyer Street
Victim went shopping at C-Town, where she put her bag on the floor but then forgot it. When she went back to get it, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

4/22
Broadway and Flushing Avenue
Victim placed her wallet in her coat as she exited the M train and was later bumped. When she reached Bushwick Avenue, she realized her wallet was missing. No arrests have been made.

4/23
Grand Street and Lorimer Street
Upon retrieving his bag after leaving it unattended, victim discovered his credit card was missing. No arrests have been made.

S. 6th Street
While out at a nightclub, victim put her bag down where she was sitting and left it unattended. As she got ready to leave, she noticed it was missing. No arrests have been made.

Broadway
Victim was in a McDonald’s with two of her friends when a lady came to them with a tray containing three cups of coffee. She told them that the manager gives free coffee to customers and but then spilled the coffee on the table. She apologized, said that she would clean up for them and left. About half an hour later, they realized that the victim’s bag was missing. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue
Victim left her vehicle in the parking lot of a shopping center. When she returned, she found that one of the passenger windows was broken and that her GPS and various cards had been removed. No arrests have been made.

4/24
S. 10th Street
Witness saw four perps attempting to take lug nuts off a 2011 Toyota Camry. The perps became startled by the witness and fled in a red Hyundai. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO

4/18
Lorimer Street
Victim parked his 2005 Audi on Lorimer Street. When he returned, he noticed his vehicle was missing. No arrests have been made.

4/19
Boerum Street
Upon returning home, victim realized his 1992 Chevrolet was not where he parked it. No arrests have been made.

4/20
Ainslie Street
Victim parked her 1999 Toyoto Camry on Ainslie Street. Upon returning, she noticed her car was missing. No arrests have been made.

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