Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (9/12/11 – 9/18/11) – 90th Precinct

BY Michael Cesarczyk

ROBBERY

9/12
Bushwick Avenue and Grand Street
Perp approached two victims and simulated a firearm in his pocket. He then led them to Humboldt Street, where he removed their jewelry and a Blackberry. After telling them to stay in a building, the perp fled on foot. No arrests have been made.

9/13
Grand Street
Six perps approached victim. One displayed a razorblade while the others snatched the victim’s knapsack, then all fled the scene. Three of the six were later arrested.

McKibbin Street
While entering her home, victim was hit over the head with a knapsack by a perp. Two more perps then restrained her, while the third took her cell phone. All three perps were later arrested.

9/14
Metropolitan Avenue
Two perps approached victim from behind and snatched her cell phone, fleeing on Driggs Avenue. No arrests have been made.

9/15
Humboldt Street and Grand Street
Three perps attacked and tried to rob victim, but he fought them off. No arrests have been made.

Powers Street
Perp pushed victim down, demanding his money. The perp then took his wallet and fled on Bushwick Avenue?. No arrests have been made.

9/16
Moore Street
A group of ten perps attacked victim while he was playing basketball with his brother, punching him and stealing his cell phone and iPad. No arrests have been made.

9/17
Broadway
Perp tried to take cash out of victim’s hand, and then followed him into a store. Inside, the perp intimidated the victim with threatening gestures, causing him to flinch. The perp was later arrested.

Moore Street
Perp approached victim as she was entering her front door. After threatening her with a knife, he grabbed her bag and fled. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT

9/13
Maujer Street
Police officer stopped a perp for playing loud music in his car and asked to see his ID. When it was discovered that the perp had 10 suspensions, the officer attempted to arrest him, sustaining injuries while doing so. The perp was eventually subdued.

9/15
Maujer Street
Victim was sleeping when his girlfriend whacked him on the back with an extension chord. After the victim awoke, the perp hit him with a bottle of rum. The victim was later taken to Woodhull Hospital, but no arrests were made.

9/18
S. 2nd Street and Hooper Street
Following a verbal dispute, defendant inflicted physical injury on victim with a box cutter. The defendant was later arrested.

S. 3rd Street
Perp walked up behind victim and shot him, causing injuries to his right leg and right buttock. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY

9/12
Johnson Street
Upon arriving at work, witness noticed a camera and $1,209 missing from two separate rooms. No arrests have been made.

9/13
Bogart Street
Perp cut a padlock to a basement door and stole $1,550 worth of power tools. No arrests have been made.

Humboldt Street
Perp broke down a door and stole victim’s MacBooks, TV, and cameras. No arrests have been made.

9/15
S. 3rd Street
Perp entered victim’s apartment and stole her purse, sunglasses, head set and keys. No arrests have been made.

Meserole Street
Perps entered a construction site and stole $10,000 worth of copper wires. No arrests have been made.

9/16
Grand Street
Victim left his apartment. When he came back, he found his door open and his iPad, bike, and watch missing. No arrests have been made.

Borinquen Place
Perp entered through victim’s front door and stole his TV. No arrests have been made.

Porter Avenue
Perp broke into a store and stole a laptop, a hard drive, and $29. No arrests have been made.

9/18
Havemeyer Street
The owner of a bicycle shop heard a crash. When he went downstairs to investigate, he found the front window shattered and a bike worth $600 missing. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY

9/13
Graham Avenue
Perps stole $2,555 worth of beauty supplies from a salon. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue and Broadway
Perp approached victim from behind and grabbed two chains from her neck. No arrests have been made.

Havemeyer Street
Perp rode up on bike and snatched victims’ bag from her hand. No arrests have been made.

9/14
Hope Street
Victim was filming a movie in the loft where he lives and allowed two actors and an editor to use his room as an office. When he later went to his room to get the money to pay his workers, he discovered the money had been stolen. No arrests have been made.

9/15
Metropolitan Avenue
Victim parked a utility trailer on Metropolitan Avenue on Saturday. When he returned on Monday, he discovered that his equipment had been stolen. No arrests have been made.

Morgan Avenue
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole his laptop, backpack, electronic books, calculator and CDs. No arrests have been made.

Broadway and Wythe Street
Victim parked his vehicle at the above location. Upon returning, the victim noticed that $1,254 worth of property had been stolen. No arrests have been made.

9/16
Lorimer Street
While conducting a survey of a building, witness saw perp stealing aluminum fan covers from the roof. The perp was later arrested.

Ingraham Avenue
Victim left her laptop on her desk unattended at work. When she back, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

Bogart Street
While at his office, victim met defendant and went to an adjacent room to talk about an art gallery. When the victim came back, he noticed that his laptop had been stolen and that the defendant had left with an unknown male. No arrests have been made.

9/17
S. 4th Street
Victim left his backpack unattended at a bar for 15 minutes. When he came back, it was gone. No arrests have been made.

9/18
Montrose Avenue
Victim’s apartment supervisor hired a window company to change her windows. The company told the victim she could not stay during the installation, so she left. When she returned, she discovered that $2,900 worth of jewelry was missing. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO

9/12
Seigel Street
Victim’s roommate parked her 2001 Volkswagon Jetta on Seigel Street. When she came back, the car was missing. No arrests have been made.

9/15
S. 8th Street and Broadway
A 2006 Lincoln Town Car was removed from the above location without permission. No arrests have been made.

Vandervort Avenue
Victim parked his truck on Vandervort Avenue. When he returned, the vehicle and $50,000 worth of clothes he had left in its trunk were gone. No arrests have been made.

Metropolitan Avenue
Victim parked his 2008 Toyota on Metropolitan Avenue. When he came back, it was missing. No arrests have been made.

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