84th Precinct Police Blotter – 11/4/09

bugleblotter-300x1711 Last week was pretty tame for crime in Brooklyn Heights, with no crimes reported on Halloween evening. However, an apartment break-in and a subway platform robbery top this week’s police blotter.

A thief went on a electronics raid at an apartment on Joralemon Street between Henry and Clinton Streets on October 30. When the owner came home around 5:30 p.m., he found that the air-conditioning unit had been pushed in, allowing the perp to come in and steal an iPhone, a laptop and a Playstation.

Three perps assaulted and robbed a 16-year-old female on the 3 train platform at Borough Hall around 5 p.m on October 26. The victim said that while she was waiting for the train, the three men came from behind and started punching her in head and stomach, and then stole her wallet containing $8.

A crook stole a 92-year-old woman’s wallet after pretending to know her at a store on Atlantic Avenue near Third Avenue on October 31.The victim said that she was approached by the perp who said “I know you.” Soon, the man lifted the wallet from her bag, which contained credit cards and $300 in cash.

A bank robber held up a teller at a Chase bank on DeKalb Avenue just before 4 p.m. on October 26. The crook handed the teller a note demanding money, and the victim complied, handing over an envelope with an unspecified amount of money.

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  • anonymous

    1. Joralemon Street between Henry and Clark Streets?
    2. allowing the perp to come in and still an iPhone?
    3. started punching her in her and stomach?

  • Thomas

    It seems that once again our trusty copy editor is on vacation. But thanks for filling his shoes for free!

  • Jonas Von Groucheau

    Forget that, I thought it was gang initiation week. Weren’t we certain about that?

  • Eason

    Gang initiation week was postponed till next week. This was the only week they could schedule a team building retreat everyone could make before the holiday.

  • Jonas Von Groucheau

    Eason, a very good point. It is very important for potential gang members to learn trust before they can accost the general public effectively.

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com Claude Scales

    The copy editor has returned, but his Vista-cursed computer promptly had an OS meltdown, and he is now awaiting his Windows 7 equipped replacement. In the meantime, he is borrowing his daughter’s machine while she’s away at school. It’s good to know anonymous is serving as a backup.