84th Precinct Police Blotter – 3/2/10

bugleblotter-300x1711 Two robberies on Plymouth Street top this week’s police blotter.

A fake do-gooder stole a woman’s cell phone after following her off the subway at around 4:30 a.m. on February 26. The woman said the man struck up a conversation with the woman on an A train in Manhattan, offering to help her carry her bags. After they exited at High Street, the perp followed the woman to her home on Plymouth Street near Pearl Street, where he then prevented her from entering her apartment. When the woman tried to call 911, the man grabbed her phone and ran.

A camera-craving crook stole more than $4700 in camera equipment from a man on Plymouth Street between Anchorage Place and Adams Street on February 22 at 10 p.m. The perp approached the man from behind and displayed a knife and said “Dame,” Spanish from “give me.”

A robber broke into an apartment and stole a laptop, digital camera and two cell phones on State Street near Court Street on February 25. The perp entered through the front door and left no signs of forced entry.

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  • Janine Jackson

    We forgetting the hit and run truck accident on Nevins in the early morning on 3/4/10? Can’t believe no one blogged about that one. Shame on YOU who did it. Hope they catch them.
    There have been too many accidents all over Brooklyn Heights. Some involving hit and run cars, cars hitting people and fleeing. Now trucks? What’s next? Run away buses? Be weary when crossing those intersections people!

  • nabeguy

    No, Janine, don’t be weary…that’s what contributes to accidents.
    Strange stories this week. Who talks to a stranger on the A train at 4:30 in the morning? And who turns over $4700 worth of camera equipment when someones says “dame”? Donde esta la pistola, cabron?

  • The Where

    Hey genius, Nevins St. is not in Brooklyn Heights.

  • bornhere

    The Where — Parts of Nevins Street are in the 84, however….

  • Cheryl T.

    A co-worker of mine was hit on Court and Atlantic. The driver fled the scene, he was never to be found – nor did anyone write down his license plate number (he did stop for a few seconds) Now this happened at 4 PM in the middle of a huge and busy intersection!
    What kind of truck was it and from where?

  • Was Never Gone

    Wasn’t a truck accident so to speak. A car hit another car which actually hit one of those dump truck container trucks. Unbeknowst to the driver he started to pull away not knowing they hit him, or so he claims. I think he got in trouble for that.

  • Was Never Gone

    Salldanna or something?