Leonard Street and Meserole Avenue
Two perps approached victim from the side while he was counting money and punched him. They then removed his iPhone and wallet and fled the scene. No arrests have been made.
While getting her keys out of her purse, victim was approached by perp who grabbed her arm and punched her face, saying “Don’t scream; give me your money and your phone.” After the victim complied, the perp warned her not to call the police and fled the scene. No arrests have been made.
Perp grabbed victim from behind, went through his pockets and fled the scene empty-handed. No arrests have been made.
Perp invited victim to his studio to smoke a joint and listen to some music. Perp then invited two friends over, who came and also smoked a joint, then left to buy some cigarettes. When they came back, one walked over the victim while the other stood by the door. The second perp grabbed at the victim’s pockets, demanding to know what he had. When the victim refused to comply, the other perp lifted his shirt and displayed a gun, saying “Empty your pockets or I’ll blow your f-g face off.” The victim raised his hands, at which point the perp took $2732 out of his pockets. No arrests have been made.
Perp punched victim. No arrests have been made.
Perp entered victim’s room and stole $16,000 worth of jewelry out of a box. No arrests have been made.
Perp charged $2017 to victim’s business bank account. No arrests have been made.
N. 9th Street
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole an iPad, a cell phone and an audio book. No arrests have been made.
Perp stole victim’s wallet. No arrests have been made.
Perp stole and made several charges to victim’s credit card. No arrests have been made.
N. 5th Street
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole a laptop, a camera and some books. No arrests have been made.
N. 8th Street
Victim placed his bag on a table and left it unattended. When he came back, his property was gone. No arrests have been made.
GRAND LARCENY AUTO
Victim parked his 2004 Lincoln Towncar on Lorimer Street, then changed his clothes, leaving his keys in his pants in the rear seat. When he came back from playing soccer, his car was gone. No arrests have been made.
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