Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotters (10/15 – 10/21) – 90th Precinct

BY Michael Cesarczyk

ROBBERY

10/17
Leonard Street and Lorimer Street
Perp pointed a large firearm at victim and demanded his cell phone and wallet. The victim surrendered his property and the perp fled the scene. The perp was later arrested.

10/18
Lorimer Street
Perp approached victim and said, “Give me your phone or I’m going to hurt you.” The victim complied, and the perp fled the scene. No arrests have been made.

10/19
Broadway
Perp approached victim, who was standing by the side of his vehicle, and said, “Give me your keys.” The perp then grabbed at his waistband, inferring the possession of a firearm. The victim, in turn, ran into a bodega for help, causing the perp to flee the scene. No arrests have been made.

S. 4th Street
A group of perps approached a pair of victims in the park and asked them what they were looking at. One of the perps then punched one of the victims, giving him a black eye. When the other victim attempted to assist his friend, he was beaten to the ground, sustaining a dislocated shoulder. No arrests have been made.

10/20
Marcy Avenue
Victim met perp to get her credit card back. While trying to leave, however, she had her jacket grabbed by the perp, who then hit her in the face and attempted to take her bag. The perp was later arrested.

ASSAULT

10/17
Grattan Street and Thames Street
Perp cut victim’s finger with a knife-like object, and fled the scene. No arrests have been made.

10/19
S. 9th Street
Perp hit victim several times with an umbrella, causing bleeding. No arrests have been made.

10/20
Bushwick Street
Perp approached victim and began fighting him with a bat “for no reason.” The victim sustained a contusion. No arrests have been made.

Moore Street
Perp attacked victim with an unknown object, causing a laceration. The victim was highly intoxicated at the time of the assault, and later uncooperative with police. No arrests have been made.

10/21
Clymer Street
Three perps engaged in a verbal dispute with two victims. At some point, one of the perps pulled out a box cutter and cut one of the victims in the face. All perps fled in an unknown direction. The victim, who was highly intoxicated at the time of the occurrence, was uncooperative with police. No arrests have been made.

Graham Avenue
Following a verbal dispute, perp hit victim with an unknown object, knocking him unconscious. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY

10/17
Havemeyer Street and Marcy Avenue
Perp entered victim’s apartment and stole a computer. No arrests have been made.

10/18
Havemeyer Street and Marcy Avenue
Perps broke into a commercial building and stole three water meters. No arrests have been made.

10/19
Scholes Street
Perp entered victim’s apartment without permission. Victim suspects it was his cousin, who lives in the same and with whom has been having an ongoing dispute. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY*

10/15
Union Avenue
Perp stole victim’s bank card, later using it to withdraw $3,024 from his account. No arrests have been made.

10/16
Berry Street and Bedford Avenue
Perp entered a building and removed a laptop from the doorman’s desk. The perp was later arrested.

10/17
Roebling Street and Havemeyer Street
Perp opened two Sprint accounts in victim’s name without permission. No arrests have been made.

10/18
Kent Avenue
Perp stole victim’s pocketbook. No arrests have been made.

10/19
Bedford Avenue
Perp entered victim’s van and removed $4,850 worth of property. No arrests have been made.

Bushwick Avenue
Perp bumped victim at a bar. Later, while getting ready to leave, the victim noticed her purse was missing. No arrests have been made.

10/20
Vandervoort Place
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole his debit card and keys. No arrests have been made.

10/21
N.1 Street
Victim chained his bike and that of his wife to metal scaffolding. Upon returning, he noticed his bikes were gone. No arrests have been made.

Meserole Street
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole $3,190 worth of property, including several USB cables and an oscilloscope.

Powers Street
Victim hired two perps to play music she had written and recorded on a hard drive. After the recording session, the pair stole the hard drive. When the victim later contacted the perps, they said they would return it only if she gave them a higher percentage of the revenue from the recording.

GRAND LARCENY AUTO

10/18
Moore Street and Varet Street
Victim parked her 1995 Nissan Maxima on the street. Upon returning, she noticed her car was gone. No arrests have been made.

10/19
Montrose Avenue
Victim parked her 2012 Hyundai on Montrose Avenue. Upon returning, she noticed her car was gone. No arrests have been made.

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