1100 block Battery Ave., Sunday, Aug. 14, 2:55 a.m.: Two women were robbed at gunpoint of cash and a cell phone.
1900 block Christian St., Monday, Aug. 15, 11:15 a.m.: A woman was robbed of cash.
1400 block McHenry St., Thursday, Aug. 18, 11:15 a.m.: two men were arrested for kicking another man in the head and trying to rob him. Nothing was stolen and the victim was taken to a hospital for treatment.
100 block S. Schroeder St., Thursday, Aug. 18, 10:50 p.m.: A man got off an MTA bus, and immediately four or five boys riding past on bicycles shot at him with a pellet gun. The victim felt a sharp pain in his right forearm but refused treatment.
100 block W. Hamburg St., Friday, Aug. 19, 12:30 a.m.: Police responding to a call found two men wrestling on the floor. Police broke up the fight and found that the victim asked the suspect not to touch his radio. The suspect punched the victim in the face and knocked him to the floor. The suspect had been drinking, and spent the rest of the evening at Central Booking. The victim was taken to a hospital for treatment.
1800 block W. Lombard St., Friday, Aug. 19, 4:30 p.m.: A 17-year-old boy was shot in the calf.
1600 block Harden Ct., Saturday, Aug. 20, 3:30 a.m.: Police responding to a distress call found a man bleeding from his mouth and nose. Police arrested a suspect, who said that he beat the man because the victim is gay. The victim told police he was out walking when the suspect punched him in the face, kneed him in the groin as he fell, and then kicked him in the face and sides. A witness told police he saw the attack but did not want to get involved.
1500 block E. Clement St., Sunday, Aug. 14, 5:14 a.m.: Someone broke into a house. Nothing was reported stolen.
1500 block S. Charles St., Monday, Aug. 15, 3:40 a.m.: A man was arrested for trying to kick his way into a woman’s home. Police noted that the suspect was drunk and that there was no damage to the door.
200 block Scott St., Thursday, Aug. 18, 9:10 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole a MacBook computer and cash.
200 block Scott St., Monday, Aug. 15, 10 a.m.: Someone forced his way into a house. Nothing was reported stolen.
1800 block Wilkens Ave., Monday, Aug. 15, 11:15 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole a television, jewelry and personal papers.
200 block S. Fremont Ave., Saturday, Aug. 20, 2 a.m.: A man kicked in the front door but did not go into a house. Nothing was stolen.
Ramsay and Barre streets, Sunday, Aug. 14, 9 a.m.: Someone pried open the driver’s door of a 2007 Chrysler Town & Country van and fiddled with the ignition, but failed to steal the van.
500 block W. Barre St., Sunday, Aug. 14, 8:40 p.m.: Someone stole a 2007 Honda.
Unit block E. Barney St., Sunday, Aug. 14, 10:30 p.m.: Someone broke into a car and damaged the ignition but failed to steal the car.
600 block E. Heath St., Monday, Aug. 15, midnight: Someone stole a 1992 Honda.
300 block S. Calhoun St., Friday, Aug. 19, 1:30 a.m.: Someone stole a 2007 GMC truck.
1700 block W. Lombard St., Sunday, Aug. 14, 7 a.m.: A man told police that someone had taken jewelry and money from the glove box of his car. There were no signs of forced entry. When an officer asked why the man would keep so many valuables in his car the victim replied, “It’s my car. Why not?”
800 block Ryan St., Monday, Aug. 15, 9 a.m.: Someone stole a bicycle.
800 block E. Fort Ave., Thursday, Aug. 18, 9:50 a.m.: Police arrested a shoplifting suspect.
300 block Otterbein St., Friday, Aug. 19, noon: Someone stole bicycles from a rear yard.
1000 block S. Charles St., Saturday, Aug. 20, 1:05 a.m.: Police arrested a man who tried to steal a woman’s purse from a bar. The purse was recovered and returned to the victim.
Stolen from various cars parked in various places: three GPS, a wallet, a parking pass, tags, a briefcase, cash and jewelry. Police continue to remind motorists to take their belongings with them when they leave their cars.
Neighborhood Watch is a representative sampling, not a comprehensive listing, of crimes reported to the Southern District of the Baltimore Police Department. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.