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Police Blotters (12/10-12/16) - 94th Precinct

ROBBERY

12/10
Driggs Avenue and N. 12th Street
Two perps approached victim from behind. One placed his arm around the victim’s neck and pulled him to the ground, demanding his cell phone. The other removed the phone and then both fled in an unknown direction. No arrests have been made.

12/12
Frost Street
Two perps followed victim home from the library. One grabbed her from behind and covered her mouth. After removing her cell phone, both fled towards Lorimer Street. No arrests have been made.

BURGLARY

12/10
Bayard Street
Perp entered victim’s apartment and stole a computer, an iPad, an iPhone, a pair of headphones and an unknown amount of cash. No arrests have been made.

Berry Street
Perp entered the storage room of a restaurant and stole an iPod, a credit card, a watch, a MetroCard and a pair of headphones. No arrests have been made.

ASSAULT

12/10
McGuinness Boulevard
Perp and victim engaged in a verbal dispute. At some point, the perp chocked the victim and pulled her hair. He also caused several scratches by hitting her face with a pair of keys. The perp was later arrested.

12/12
Russell Street
Victim complained to perps about loud noise. One of the perps stabbed the victim in the hand with a kitchen knife. The victim was removed to Woodhull Hospital, and the perp was later arrested.

GRAND LARCENY

12/10
Green Street
Perp made $2,214 worth of unauthorized purchases with victim’s credit card information. No arrests have been made.

12/11
Kent Avenue and N. 9th Street
Perp broke into victim’s apartment and stole a jacket. No arrests have been made.

12/13
N. 7th Street
Perp removed victim’s bill fold from his jacket. No arrests have been made.

12/14
N. 11th Street
Perp withdrew $1,807 from victim’s debit card account. No arrests have been made.

12/15
N. 5th Street
Perp used victim’s name to open two Target card accounts. No arrests have been made.
Havemeyer Street
Perp broke into victim’s vehicle and stole an iPad, a bracelet, an iPhone and a pair of gloves. No arrests have been made.

12/16
Manhattan Avenue
Victim left her bicycle in one of the hallways of her building. Upon returning, she discovered her property was gone. No arrests have been made.

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