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Police Blotters (12/31 – 1/6) - 90th Precinct

ROBBERY

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Humboldt Street and Bushwick Avenue
Victim allowed perp into her apartment. The perp then began to undress himself and held the victim against her will, making unwanted sexual advances. After hours of being fended off, the perp fled the scene with the victim’s cell phone. No arrests have been made.

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Moore Street
Three perps stopped victim as he was walking home. One blocked the victim’s way while the other two stood behind him. The perp in front ordered the victim to give him everything he had while simulating a weapon in his jacket pocket. The other two perps then removed $10 from the victim and all three fled the scene. No arrests have been made.

Manhattan Avenue
Victim entered building to find perp holding a knife and threatening to kill her. She fled across the street, dropping her wallet along the way. The perp picked up the wallet while giving chase. When the victim entered a store, the perp turned around and ran back to the building. No arrests have been made.

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Broadway
Two perps walked to victim from the other side of the subway car. One said, “Hey cuz, you got money,” and pulled out a gun. The victim gave him $7 while the other perp acted as a lookout. The pair then followed the victim as he got off at the Marcy Avenue station and demanded his cell phone. The victim went into a nearby store to avoid them and called the police. The perps were later arrested.

ASSAULT

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Manhattan Avenue
During the course of an argument, perp punched victim in the eye and attempted to cut him with a razor. No arrests have been made.

Roebling Street
Perp came up to victim, said, “This is what you get for jumping me the other day,” and stabbed him twice with a small bladed weapon. He then fled in an unknown direction. The victim, who later said that he did not know the perp, was removed to Woodhull Hospital. No arrests have been made.

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Ten Eyck Walk
During the course of an argument, perp punched victim in the head and face. He was later arrested.

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Broadway
Two perps approached two victims. One of the perps kept asking the perps if they were “all right” for no reason. The perps then followed them into a restaurant and started throwing chairs at them. After leaving for a period of time, the pair returned with a third perp and a fight broke out. One of the victims sustained a laceration above his eye and was removed to Woodhull Hospital.

BURGLARY

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Grattan Street
Perp entered victim’s apartment through an unlocked window and stole two laptops. No arrests have been made.

GRAND LARCENY

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Broadway
Victim left her purse on the floor near her table at a restaurant. When she later got up to leave, she noticed her bag was gone. No arrests have been made.

Bushwick Avenue
Perp withdrew $305 from victim’s bank account without permission. No arrests have been made.

Division Avenue
Perp stole victim’s wallet at a party and used it to withdraw $150,000. No arrests have been made.

Kent Avenue and Wythe Avenue
Perp entered perp’s vehicle and stole a baby stroller, a baby seat and an iPod. No arrests have been made. No arrests have been made.

Flushing Avenue and Wallabout Street
Victim wanted to rent house from perp. The perp instructed the victim to wire $1,385 to an address in Nigeria. Days later, the victim found that no such address existed. No arrests have been made.
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Driggs Avenue
Perp used company’s bank account information to cash out 41 fraudulent checks totaling $28, 264. No arrests have been made.

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Harrison Place
Perp snatched victim’s cell phone out of his hand and ran out the subway car just as the doors were closing. No arrests have been made.

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Bushwick Avenue
Victim chained his electric bike to a pole. Upon returning, he noticed his bike was gone. No arrests have been made.

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Graham Avenue
Perp attempted to snatch victim’s purse from under her arm. He was later arrested.

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