There were no robbery incidents for the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 5 reported in the police blotter provided by the Southeast District.
E. Lombard St., 4000 block, Sept. 29, 1:45 a.m. The victim was leaving the bar when he was attacked by a male suspect, who used a belt to repeatedly hit him in the face. The victim needed stitches near his eye. The suspect had been with another male who fled the scene, but the suspect remained at the bar and was arrested.
Mason Ct., 200 block, Sept. 30, 9 p.m. The victim responded to his girlfriend’s house to retrieve clothes and paperwork. He reported that as he went into the kitchen to get a trash bag for his things, she came in and grabbed a steak knife with a broken handle, told him he couldn’t have his belongings, and raised the knife over his head. He ran to the store and called police. When they responded to the location, there was no answer. A warrant was obtained.
N. Rose St., 100 block, Oct. 2, 8:08 p.m. Officers responded and found the victim laying in the street surrounded by blood and suffering from multiple stab wounds. A witness who had been driving by reported that he had been stabbed repeatedly by another male. An area canvass involving the victim’s brother in law, who was also a witness, and the Foxtrot helicopter turned up no leads. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of multiple stab wounds.
E. Lombard St., 4000 block, Oct. 5, 12:25 a.m. Officers responded to a call for an attempted assault. A man told them that he had had words with the suspect at the bar, and that when he tried to leave, the suspect came at him with a knife. The victim ran, and the suspect went back into the bar. Officers posted themselves at the side entrance in case the suspect tried to flee that way. The suspect was stop, identified and arrested at the scene. The knife, which according to the victim was tucked in the suspect’s waistband, was not recovered.
Boston St., 3500 block, Oct. 5, 1:28 a.m. The victim, a security guard at the construction site for the new shopping complex, said that he went to use the porta potty on the premises, and when he came out he was confronted by two male suspects. One of them told him, “How you like this amigo?” and punched him in the face and stomach. The victim took out his baton, but the suspects took it from him and hit him in the back of the neck and the shin. The victim then got his mace, but was hit by the fumes. The suspects fled; the victim was treated and released at Johns Hopkins Bayview.
N. Milton Ave., 100 block, Oct. 5, 9 p.m. The victim walked by a group of juveniles who asked him for a cigarette. He replied that he had none, and then they offered to sell him a phone. Thinking he might be about to be robbed, the victim went into the nearby store and called his brother in law. His brother in law came, and he went to check out the phone. The juveniles told him not to touch it, and one of them put a BB gun to his head. A struggle ensued; the gun fell to the ground and the suspects fled. The gun turned out to be a BB gun; an area canvass did not turn up the suspects.
Boston St., 2300 block, Sept. 30, 7 a.m. An unknown suspect entered the garage, which was likely left open by the complainant, who couldn’t remember if he locked it. A Specialized mountain bike which was chained to the wall was taken. The suspect cut the lock.
Rappolla St., 800 block, Sept. 30, 10 p.m. An unknown suspect pried open the shed door and stole some tools.
S. Ann St., 600 block, Sept. 30, 10:45 p.m. The reporting person went to work and discovered that two interior office doors were open but no property was missing. A review of the security footage revealed that a man known to the employee had pried open the windows, entered, taken nothing and left. The person was hired to do minor janitorial work for the company.
N. Curley St., unit block, Sept. 30, 11 p.m. The suspect broke out the front window to the bar and stole six bottles of alcohol. He then broke the cigarette machine and took cigarettes. He was observed by a neighbor removing the property, and was known to the witness, the report states. A warrant was issued, and the man, who is homeless but was using a vacant, was arrested. The property was recovered.
S. High St., 300 block, Oct. 1, 4 a.m. An unknown suspect gained access to a side window with a milk crate, and then used an unknown tool to pry it open. The suspect was in the process of crawling inside when the complainant came downstairs and he or she was scared off.
S. Wolfe St., 900 block, Oct. 1, 6:45 p.m. An unknown man was seen in security footage breaking into the business. He entered when the last employee went home for the day, and took three pairs of pants and pried open a vending machine.
O’Donnell St., 3400 block, Oct. 1, 10:30 p.m. Someone entered the residence via a side window and took two laptops and a set of car keys. The suspect then removed a bass speaker from the victim’s car.
O’Donnell St., 3000 block, Oct. 1, 11 p.m. An unknown suspect entered the house via the rear window while the resident was sleeping and took a flat-screen TV, video game system, gym bag, iPod, car keys, and Swiss Army bag with a laptop and monitor inside. The victim believes he secured the house before he went to sleep; no signs of forced entry.
Harmony Ct., 3400 block, Oct. 2, 12:05 a.m. The victim woke up to find her rear window opened. Missing was a TV. The window had been unlocked but closed.
S. Bouldin St., 1100 block, Oct., 2, 5 a.m. The victim came downstairs and saw the suspect fleeing out the rear. He had cut the screen to a rear window to gain entry. A laptop was stolen.
O’Donnell St., 5600 block, Oct. 2, 3 p.m. An unknown suspect cut the lock on the property and took an electronic drain snake.
S. Potomac St., 800 block, Oct. 4, 11 a.m. An unknown suspect kicked in the rear door to the dwelling and took a wallet with $300, a tablet computer and three jewelry boxes with a large amount of jewelry.
Larceny from Auto
The Southeast District reported seven thefts from cars during the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 5. Stolen were two GPS units, sunglasses, an iPod, two suitcases, a drill, a toolbag, a briefcase, a vehicle title, and “glass cats.” The majority of the vehicles were located in Canton.