Men chase robbers north after man robbed at ATM on North Highland

O’Donnell St., 5600  block, Feb. 9, 1:10 a.m. The victim reported that he was in the McDonald’s parking lot when he saw the suspects talking near a car with dark tinted windows. The victim approached and asked for a cigarette. One of the suspects gave him one and began talking. Then one of the others hit him in the head with a gun. The suspects told him to get in the car. He did. The suspects took his property.
Eastern Ave., 1400 block, Feb. 10, 10:45 p.m. The victim reported that he was walking when he saw the suspect coming toward him. The suspect pulled out a gun and said, “Give me what you got.” The victim starting to back away, yelling “He has a gun.” He then ran away, still yelling that the suspect had a gun. The suspect walked away.
N. Highland Ave., 200 block, Feb. 13, 6:07 p.m. The victim was taking money out of the ATM when he was approached by two men. One grabbed his money and bank card while another placed what the victim believed was a knife to his lower back. The other suspect displayed a gun in his waist band. They made the victim withdraw $300 and hand it over. At this point several men in the area chased the suspects northbound using two sticks. The suspects fled north. An area canvass was negative.
E. Lombard St., 4100 block, Feb. 15, 12:30 a.m. The victim, a dancer at the club, reported that the suspect asked for a private dance. While she was giving him the dance, he exposed himself. She told him to pull up his pants; he did, but then tried to kiss her and again exposed himself. When she told him to stop he grabbed her purse and tried to leave. When she stopped him, he pushed her against the wall. Report ends here.

Mt. Pleasant Ave., 3900 block, Feb. 9, 5 p.m. An unknown suspect broke into the vacant property, damaging the rear door. Nothing was taken.
N. Janney St., 100 block, Feb. 9, 8 p.m. The complainant was in the process of moving out, and was away from the property for two days. When she returned, she found that someone had kicked in the rear window, made entry, and taken a hot water heater, stove, and copper pipe. There was a large amount of damage to the property.
S. Madeira St., 100 block, Feb. 10, 6:45 a.m. Unknown suspect(s) entered the location via the side window using unknown tools and took a bed spread, two laptops and a necklace.
S. Chapel St., 600 block, Feb. 10, 7:30 a.m. An unknown suspect entered through the kitchen window, which was found broken, and took a computer, video game system, and $30 in change.
S. Conkling St., 400 block, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. Unknown suspect entered through an unsecured front door and took a video game system and tablet.
E. Pratt St., 1700 block, Feb. 11, 8:35 a.m. The victim arrived at her apartment and saw her ex-husband fleeing through the gate with a cell phone. The victim’s current boyfriend was in the bathroom and heard a loud noise. He observed the victim and her ex-husband running through the alley. The incident was forwarded to DDU, which is seeking charges.
S. Eaton St., 600 block, Feb. 12, 10 a.m. Someone broke the key box to the location, entered, and removed copper pipes and a galvanized gate.

Aggravated Assault
S. Broadway, 100 block, Feb. 9, 5:46 a.m. The victim reports that the man from the apartment next door was knocking on her door. They began arguing and exchanged insults. He allegedly said, “I can show you better than I can tell you,” left, and returned with a gun. He racked the slide. She was visibly upset upon police arrival. The suspect, who was arrested, signed a consent to search form. The gun was not recovered.
Gary Ave., 6600 block, Feb. 9, 11:41 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a cutting. Upon arrival, they were informed that the victim was already at the hospital. The uncooperative victim would not tell police anything except that she was “at a party at some lady’s house.” No further information at this time.
S. Ann St., unit block, Feb. 11, 8:30 a.m. The victim reports that he was in the block when another man drove up in a white car, accused the victim of having his cell phone, struck him in the arm with a crowbar, and fled the scene. The victim refused medical attention.
Drew St., 400 block, Feb. 13, 1 p.m. The victim was walking through the alley to the corner store when a man approached and asked for a cigarette. When she said no, the suspect got very angry and punched her in the stomach, knocking her to the ground. He began kicking her in the leg; when she tried to get up, he stabbed her with an unknown object. The suspect fled southbound. The victim was transported to Bayview Hospital. She had three puncture wounds to her shoulder. An area canvass for the suspect was negative.
E. Baltimore St., 1400 block, Feb. 14, 8:40 p.m. The victim was in her car waiting for her ex-boyfriend when there was a dispute with another woman at the house. The victim’s ex-boyfriend allegedly then threw a brick at the victim’s windshield, cracking it. Then, as she was trying to drive away, he threw another one.
Rappolla St., 500 block, Feb. 15, 7:27 p..m. The victim said that he had borrowed $70 from someone. That person and a companion allegedly approached the victim to collect, and an assault broke out, during which the suspect’s companion pulled out a small handgun and threatened to kill the victim. The victim was also pistol whipped, and stomped on when he fell to the ground. He was brought to Bayview, where he was cleaned up and released. He was then brought to DDU.

Larceny from auto
There were 20 larceny-from-auto incidents—also known as car break-ins—in the Southeast District from Feb. 9 through Feb. 15. Locations were the 900 block of Pratt St., the 100 and 200 blocks of Albemarle St., the unit block of S. Front St., the 800 block of E. Lombard St., the 3200 block of E. Fayette St. the 3500 block of Claremont Ave., the 1200 block of S. Kenwood Ave., the 6400 block of Erdman Ave., the unit block of N. Spring St., the 800 block of E. Granby St., the 200 block of Lloyd St., the 300 block of President St., the 2500 block of Hudson St., the 300 block of S. Eden St., and the 300 block of S. Central Ave.

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