Drinkers’ dispute reported on S. Regester St.; businesses burglarized

Jefferson St., 3000 block, March 22, 10 p.m. The victim said that he was parked in the block when the suspects approached his car. One of them grabbed the victim, who resisted until the other suspect pulled out a handgun. The victim stopped resisting; the suspects got into his vehicle and drove off. The victim was not injured.
S. Broadway, unit block, March 22, 11:40 p.m. The victim said that two suspects approached, and one asked if he was selling his bike. The victim said that he was not, so one of the suspects pulled out a knife. The victim got off the bike, walked a safe distance, and ran away. He flagged down a car to call police. During an area canvass, one of the suspects was found and identified by the victim as the one who had taken his bike. The suspect was arrested; the bike was recovered.

E. Baltimore St., 3200 block, March 16, 5:07 a.m. The victim reports that her ex-boyfriend came to her home and used an unknown tool to force open the front door. He was forced outside by an unknown person inside the house. No assault occurred; no property was taken. A warrant was issued for the ex-boyfriend.
Gough St., 3500 block, March 16, 7 a.m. A janitor arriving at work saw the suspect in the bar. The suspect fled, but was observed and stopped by the responding officer. The suspect was identified by the janitor and security footage. He had forced the rear window and taken a small amount of money from a money box. He was observed on footage rummaging through drawers throughout the bar. He was arrested.
N. Clinton St., 100 block, March 16, 12:13 p.m. Officers responded to a call for a burglary in progress. Two juveniles who had used a credit card to jimmy the rear door were arrested at the scene. The officers saw them leave via the rear door. No property was taken from the vacant house.
Elliott St., 6300 block, March 17, 6 p.m. An unknown suspect removed the lock to a wheel-less trailer used for storage and took a generator, roller, two grinders and a 20-foot extension ladder.
Thames St., 1600 block, March 18, 8:30 p.m. The victim returned to find that someone had shattered the front window of the business, entered, and tried and failed to get into the cash register. The suspect left without taking any property.
S. Oldham St., 200 block, March 20, 10 a.m. The victim said that he left his home and returned to find the second-floor entry door broken, along with the second-floor closet door. He noticed ransacking in his room and two bottles of oxycodone pills missing.
Elliott St., 3200 block, March 21, 8:58 a.m. Officers responded to an open door call for a vacant home. Officers saw the rear daw open and damaged at the locks and latches. The house was cleared and found to be empty. Officers were unable to locate or contact the property owner.
S. Exeter St., 100 block, March 22, 9:30 p.m. The victim said that someone entered by unknown means and then left via the rear door.

Aggravated Assault
Eastern Ave., 4900 block, March 17, 2 a.m. A city police officer responded to Bayview hospital for a stabbing and was met by a county officer who said that the victim’s sister had called 911 when the male victim arrived at her house with stab wounds. The victim could only say that the incident occurred somewhere in the city.
Leverton Ave., 3400 block, March 17, 4:49 a.m. The victim was at a party when the suspect stabbed him. He wandered back to his sister-in-law’s house, who told police the location of the house where the party was. At that house, the door was found ajar, and there was blood on the steps and the living room floor. The suspect, who had also been stabbed, was found lying face down, bleeding profusely. Both parties were taken to the hospital for treatment.
N. Ellwood Ave., 500 block, March 19, 4:34 p.m. The victim said that she and another woman were in a verbal argument over the fact that the victim wouldn’t let her stay at her home. The victim reported that the two were outside of her home when the suspect picked up a concrete rock and threw it in her direction, missing her but shattering her front window. The victim will obtain a peace order. A warrant was issued.
Silver Ct., 200 block, March 19, 10:10 p.m. The victim said that he was assaulted by the suspect with a box cutter while he was walking the block. The incident reportedly occurred because the victim was a friend to an acquaintance of the suspect. He sustained abrasions but refused medical treatment. The suspect was arrested at the scene.
S. Regester St., 200 block, March 20, 1:40 p.m. Three men were reportedly drinking in the block when an acquaintance approached and asked for a beer. One of the victims replied, “No, this is for my homies,” and a verbal argument ensued. The suspect left and returned with a stick, which he used to hit two of the men. He swung at and missed the third. He was arrested.
N. Ellwood Ave., 500 block, March 21, 12:28 a.m. The victim’s father reportedly came into the kitchen where the victim was sitting, grabbed a butcher knife, pointed it at her neck and said he was going to “hack her up.” She threw bleach at him in self-defense; he threw some chairs at her. She escaped out the back door. The suspect was arrested at the scene of the incident. There were no injuries to either party.

Stolen Auto
There were four vehicles reported stolen in the Southeast District from Sunday, March 16, through Saturday, March 22. Locations were Boston St., 6100 and 6300 blocks; Bessemer Ave., 6100 block; and S. Central Ave., unit block.

Larceny from Auto
There were 13 larcenies from auto reported in the Southeast District from Sunday, March 16, through Saturday, March 22. Locations were Plowman St., 800 block; S. Front St., unit block; E. Pratt St., 2200 block; S. Eden St., 300 block; Aliceanna St., 700 and 1200 blocks; S. Lakewood Ave., 1000 block; Jefferson St., 2400 block; N. Belnord Ave., unit block; N. Curley St., unit block; Claremont Ave., 3500 block; and Baylis St., 300 block.

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