84th Precinct Police Blotter – 1/26/10

bugleblotter-300x1711 A pair of car thefts and a robbery from a 14-year-old girl top this week’s police blotter.

A perp stole $20 from a 14-year-old girl near the corner of Henry and Remsen streets. The girl was walking north on Henry Street around 10:15 a.m. on January 21, when she heard a male voice from behind her, demanding money. Without turning around, she reached into her pocket and handed him the cash.

A 2007 Volkswagen Jetta was stolen near the corner of Hoyt and Bergen streets on the night of January 16. A few days later, on January 19, a van was stolen from the corner of Plymouth and Jay streets.

Two armed men attacked two workers at a fast food restaurant on Livingston Street, between Bond and Nevins streets, on January 23. Just after 9 a.m., the two men entered and forced one of the employees into a walk-in refrigerator. Meanwhile the other attacker escorted another employee to the safe and pistol-whipped him. The men fled without taking any property.

A perp stole a woman’s purse containing $30 and prescription sunglasses worth $500 from the back of her chair at a restaurant on Court Street between Wyckoff and Warren streets on January 16 at 7:30 p.m.

A crook stole a woman’s backpack near the intersection of Jay and Tillary streets on January 19 at 6 a.m. The woman was walking to work when she was approached by the man who forcibly removed the backpack, injuring the woman’s neck and shoulder in the process and sending her to the hospital.

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  • nabeguy

    What, no French Connection-like drug dealer car chases? Is the blotter on a time-delay?

  • Eddy

    I suspect the guy who robbed the 14 year old girl, was going to use the money to buy drugs from the guy in the hearse….