Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotter (9/26/11 -10/3/11) – 90th Precinct

BY Michael Cesarczyk

ROBBERY

9/26
Marcy Avenue
Perp approached victim from behind, put his hand in his pocket and said, “I have a gun. Give me what you have.” The victim then walked into a store and the perp fled empty-handed. No arrests have been made.

Whipple Street and Throop Avenue
Perp approached victim from behind, pushed him and then removed his ID, iPhone and debit card from his pocket. No arrests have been made.

Lorimer Street and Devoe Street
Perp grabbed victim from behind, while another proceeded to punch him in the face. The victim fell down and started, at which point the perps fled. No arrests have been made.

9/27
Whipple Street and Broadway
Perps approached victim and told him to hand over. The victim complied and the perps fled on Whipple Street. No arrests have been made.

9/28
Maujer Street and Manhattan Avenue
Three perps wearing masks approached victim. Two hit the victim in the head with baseball bats, and then one pulled out a silver gun and went through the victim’s pockets, but did not remove any property. All fled on foot. No arrests have been made.

9/29
Broadway and Lorimer Street
Perp approached victim from behind and snatched her cell phone. The perp was later arrested.

Broadway and Lorimer Street
Victim, who is a livery cab driver, picked up two perps and drove them to the above location. Once there, the perps both put guns to the victim’s head and stole $140, a cab camera, a cell phone and a book bag. They then got out and walked towards Harrison Place. No arrests have been made.

9/30
Debevoise Street
Three perps, two of whom carried box cutters, approached victim, demanding money. The victim gave it to them, and they fled into the Bushwick Houses. No arrests have been made.

Cook Street
Defendant followed victim to the front of her apartment building and snatched her cell phone. No arrests have been made.

Gerry Street and Broadway
Victim took money out of an ATM at Woodhull Hospital and started walking down Broadway when he felt a hard object on the back of his head. The perp said, “You know what this is” and then took the victim’s wallet out of his pocket. No arrests have been made.

10/1
Boerum Street
Perp pushed victim from behind and demanded her bags. The victim complied and then ran inside a building. No arrests have been made.

10/2
S. 9th Street
Two perps wearing white masks attacked victim, punching him in the left eye. They then removed his iPhone, debit and credit card and fled on foot. No arrests have been made.

Berry Street and S. 1st Street
Two perps tackled victim to the ground. One took his wallet while the other held in a headlock, then both fled. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY

9/26
Thames Street
Perp broke into victim’s apartment and stole her laptop, iPhone and hardware. No arrests have been made.

9/27
Ainslie Street
Two perps snuck into a bakery and stole a laptop. No arrests have been made.

9/29
Broadway
Perp broke into a car and stole $1011. No arrests have been made.

9/30
Victim locked his restaurant and went home. When he came back, the front and office doors were broken and $13,000 was missing. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT

9/30
Moore Street
Victim and defendant were drinking and arguing. At some point, the defendant pulled out a knife and slashed the victim’s right hand. No arrests have been made.

Graham Avenue
Perp entered a store and began arguing with victim. At some point, the dispute became physical and the perp hit the victim in the head with a bottle. The victim was taken to Woodhull Hospital. No arrests have been made.

10/1
Roebling Street
Perp attempted to attack victim with a machete, but the latter blocked the weapon with a motel pole. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY

9/26
Metropolitan Avenue
Perp stole a bicycle. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue
Victim left her bag in a classroom. When she came back, it was missing. No arrests have been made.

Stewart Avenue
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole her wallet. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue
Perp broke entered victim’s apartment and stole a diamond and gold necklace valued at $10,000. No arrests have been made.

9/28
Seigel Street and Manhattan Avenue
Perp pulled up to victim in a car and asked him to come over and give directions. When the victim leaned over, the perp snatched his chain and bracelet and sped off. No arrests have been made.

9/29
Union Avenue
Perp broke into a car and stole victim’s purse. No arrests have been made.

Wythe Place
Perps removed 45 stainless steel wall signs from throughout the Taylor Wythe NYCHA Development residences. No arrests have been made.

9/30
Broadway
Victim left his wallet on the counter of a bodega. Perp later put it in his pocket and used some of the money to buy a lotto ticket. No arrests have been made.

10/1
S. 2nd Street
Perp removed entered victim’s apartment and stole his laptop, wallet, iPod, cell phone and credit card. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole his jacket, keypad, business cards, tape measure and lock and key. No arrests have been made.

10/2
Meadow Street
Perp broke into victim’s car, stealing clothing, checks, a laptop and an iPod. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO

9/26
White Street and McKibbin Street
Victim parked his 1998 Nissan Maxima at the above location. When he came back, his car was missing. No arrests have been made.

9/27
Johnson Avenue and Varick Street
Victim parked a car of a foreign make at the above location. When he came back, his car was missing. No arrests have been made.

S. 11th Street
Victim parked his 2009 Kawasaki Motorcycle on S. 11th Street. When he came back, his bike was missing. No arrests have been made.

9/28
Seigel Street
Victim parked his 2002 Ford Econoline on Seigel Street. When he came back, his car was missing. No arrests have been made.

9/29
Broadway
Victim parked his KTM Motorcycle on Broadway. When he came back, his bike was missing. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue and Evergreen Avenue
Vitim parked his 2011 KIA Sedan at the above location. When he came back, his car was missing. No arrests have been made.

Driggs Avenue and S. 3rd Street
Victim parked his 1991 Toyota Camry at the above location. When he came back, his car was missing. No arrests have been made.

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