Neighborhood Watch: Southeast

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Robbery
1600 block Gough St, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 10:28 p.m.: Three juvenile males jumped a man and tried to steal his briefcase, which was on a strap over his shoulder. They kicked and punched the victim and fled with $25 cash but without the briefcase, which contained the victim’s laptop computer. Police arrested two 16-year-old boys.

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2500 block Fait Ave., Thursday, Dec. 1, 4:15 p.m.: Four males jumped a very drunk man, beat him and cut him, and stole $100 cash.

2000 block Fountain St., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 11:10 p.m.: A man wearing a ski mask jumped a woman walking home and stole her purse, phone, cash, cards and personal papers.

100 block N. Linwood Ave., Thursday, Dec. 1, 4:30 p.m.: A man was using his laptop computer at the library when a teenager grabbed it and ran out of the library. The victim chased the boy, who put the computer down on some steps at the corner of Potomac and Linwood. When the victim when to pick up his laptop a second boy jumped him, punched him, grabbed the computer and ran away.

200 block S. Ann St., Tuesday, Nov. 29, 5:30 p.m.: Two teenagers jumped a man and stole $40 cash and his iPhone, together worth $340.

100 block N. Chester St., Sunday, Nov. 27, 7:40 p.m.: A man was held up at knifepoint and robbed of his Sanyo cell phone, a pack of Newport 100 cigarettes and $1 cash.

1900 block E. Lombard St., Sunday, Nov. 27, midnight: Two men impersonating police officers stopped a man and held him up at gunpoint. They went through his pockets and briefly forced him into a green Ford Explorer where they asked him if he had any drugs on him. After less than five minutes the suspects dropped the victim at the corner of Chester and Eastern Ave. The thieves made off with $300m cash, a Bank of America credit card and the victim’s wallet and ID.

4700 block Fleet St., Sunday, Nov. 27, 7:10 p.m.: A man walking to his car was accosted by a suspect who showed him a black handgun and demanded his money. The victim opened his car door, kicked the suspect, left the scene and called the police. The suspect was wearing a black face mask, khakis and a striped blue sweater.

2600 block Fleet St., Monday, Nov. 28, 10:30 p.m.: A woman was held up by a man who implied he was armed. He made off with her tote bag, phone, keys and personal papers, together worth $60.

100 block S. Patterson Park Ave., Monday, Nov. 28, 6:18 p.m.: A woman jogging down the street was approached from behind by a man on a bicycle who grabbed the cell phone from her hand. She struggled and the phone fell to the ground, but the cyclist made off with her earbuds, worth $10.

A 12-year-old boy was robbed of his iPod Touch, cell phone and $165 cash by a teenager who dropped his notebook at the scene. Police used the information in the binder to follow the suspect to Patterson High School, where they recovered all of the property except $40 cash. The suspect was taken to the city’s juvenile facility.

200 block S. Durham St., Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1:30 a.m.: A woman was held up at gunpoint and robbed of $100 cash.

6400 block Hartwait Ave., Saturday, Nov. 26, 9:38 p.m.: A woman was punched and robbed of her Cricket cell phone by her live-in boyfriend. A warrant is issued for his arrest.

400 block N. Lakewood Ave., Thursday, Dec. 1, 3:45 p.m.: A woman out shopping was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, who slapped her and stole $120 cash and a $139 Coby Surround Sound stereo system that she had just purchased. Police arrested the suspect.

Aggravated assault
6200 block Eastern Ave., Saturday, Dec. 3, 9:40 p.m.: A man told police that he was assaulted and stabbed. Police are investigating.

800 block Umbra St., Friday, Dec. 2, 3 p.m.: A man called police and reported that he was accosted by a man in a tan Trailblazer who pointed a gun at him and said “I’ll blow your _______ head off.” Police responded, but before they arrived the victim went out to walk his dog, and was again accosted by the armed man in the Trailblazer.

Highland Ave. and Pratt St., Thursday, Dec. 1, 6 p.m.: A man was stabbed during a street fight.

Unit block S. Central Ave., Thursday, De. 1, 1:45 p.m.: A homeless man was arrested for assault after threatening the owners of a garage with a wrench, and hitting one of them in the eye with it. The victims said that they allow the homeless to sit on a bench outside the business, but the suspect had come into the waiting room, stolen magazines and bothered the customers, so they asked him to leave

1700 block Eastern Ave., Monday, Nov. 28, 2:30 a.m.: A man leaving a bar was beaten and stabbed by a gang of men who had just been ejected from the same bar. The victim went to Johns Hopkins Hospital with a knife still protruding from his back. The victim is in stable condition.

200 block N. Curley St., Monday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m.: A man was sitting on his front steps when a dark-colored auto rolled up. Both the front and rear passenger side windows opened, and one of the passengers shouted “Run!” Then both passengers pointed silver handguns at the victim. He ran and called police. While canvassing the blocks, he identified a man he knew as “Dwyone” as one of the suspects. They found Dwyone, who was hanging at the corner of Curley and Fayette. Dwyone was arrested and taken for questioning.

Unit block S. East Ave., Monday, Nov. 28, 3:36 a.m.: A woman was assaulted by her very drunk and agitated son. Police took the suspect to Central Booking.

200 block S. Broadway, Saturday, Nov. 26, 11:45 p.m.: A man told police that he was walking down the street when a man ran up to him and punched him repeatedly for no apparent reason. The victim was taken to the hospital for stitches under his eye.

Unit block S. Dean St., Monday, Nov. 28, 11:55 a.m.: A man argued with his wife, who pulled out a zip knife and cut him in the arm and abdomen. Police found her the next day and took her into custody. She was examined at the hospital because she is pregnant.

3400 block E. Pratt St., Sunday, Nov. 27, 2:50 p.m.: Two men called police and said that another man had pointed a rifle with a scope out a second-floor window at them. Police went to investigate and found a Daisy BB rifle at the suspect’s house. He was taken to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation.

Burglary
2200 block E. Pratt St., Thursday, Dec. 1, 10 a.m.: Someone broke into a rental property and stole a fish tank, drill set, clothes dryer and two gallons of wine.

100 block S. Chester St., Oct. 8-Nov. 15: Someone broke into a house through the rear kitchen window. Nothing appeared to be taken; the house was vacant.

Unit block N. Clinton St., Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2:50 p.m.: Police patrolling the area spotted two men walking out of an alley behind the unit block N. Clinton St. carrying a variety of goods. Police stopped the men, who said that they had gotten the goods from a trash bag in the alley. When they could not show the police any trash bag, they were arrested and taken to the district for questioning. Later that evening police received a call for a burglary in the block, and found that the property recovered from the suspects belonged to the victim.

500 block N. Streeper St., Wednesday, Nov 30, 5:30-8:15 p.m.: Someone broke into a house through the rear window and stole a Sony television, LG television, XBox, PlayStation 3 and video camera. There were no witnesses.

400 block S. Ann St., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 9:10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.: Someone broke into a house through the rear window and stole an Apple MacBook Air, Dell laptop, Dell web cam and a leather computer bag.

2700 block Lighthouse Pt., Monday, Nov. 28, 11:08 a.m.: A woman reported that her purse, keys, wallet and cash were stolen from a storage room at her office. Police reviewed film from a surveillance camera and identified two suspects who were patients of a clinic in the same building. Police have issued criminal summons for both suspects.

6600 block Hartwait St., Monday, Nov. 28, 5 a.m.-4 p.m.: Someone broke into a house through the rear door and stole a PlayStation 3 and controllers, together worth $300.

1300 block Dundalk Ave., Nov. 27-28, overnight: Someone broke into a house through the rear door and stole an XBox, wireless router and modem.

200 block S. Clinton St., Monday, Nov. 28, 12:45-3 p.m.: Someone broke into a house through the basement door and stole a 32-inch TV, Wii game system and various games, total value unknown.

Stolen auto
100 block N. Milton Ave., Dec. 3-4, overnight: Someone stole a 2001 Dodge Neon.

Unit block N. Montford Ave., Dec. 2: Someone stole a 2000 Dodge Stratus.

600 block N. Curley St., Dec. 2: Someone stole a 2005 Ford Escape.

600 block N. Milton Ave., Dec. 3: Someone stole a 2002 Dodge Caravan.

Larceny
6700 block German Hill Rd., Dec. 3-4, overnight: Someone stole the copper downspouts from a house.

700 block S. Bond St., Nov 30-Dec. 2: Someone stole a compressor, sawzall, circular saw and power drill from a house under renovation.

500 block S. Broadway, Monday, Nov. 28, 4:15 p.m.: A shopkeeper told police that he was waiting on a customer paying a bill and thought he heard the display case open and close. Surveillance tape showed that the customer opened and reached into the display case and stole a Samsung cell phone worth $180. The court commissioner issued a criminal summons to the suspect.

600 block S. Exeter St., Saturday, Dec. 3, 5:20 p.m.: Store security detained a man for trying to shoplift two large boxes of Trojan condoms, value $31.58. Police took the man to Central Booking for processing.

900 block S. Wolfe St., Monday, Nov. 28, 5:45 p.m.: Witnesses saw a man breaking into a vending machine and steal cash. The theft was recorded on security camera.

5200 block Eastern Ave., Monday, Nov. 28, 6:15-7:15 p.m.: An office worker returning from a break found that her cell phone had been stolen from her desk.

2600 block Boston St., Monday, Nov. 28, 1 p.m.: A homeless man was arrested for allegedly shoplifting infant formula and batteries, together worth $238.77.

1600 block S. Highland Ave., Nov. 21-28: Someone stole a 20-foot container. Whoever stole the container would have had to attach it to a truck.

1000 block Lombard St., Monday, Nov. 28, 4:50 p.m.: A man buying a sandwich at a deli forgot and left his wallet sitting on the counter. When he returned for it 10 minutes later it had disappeared.

1300 block Broening Hwy., Monday, Nov. 28, noon: An 83-year-old man was talking to a man named Ezra who had done work on the man’s house. Ezra asked for some water, and as the victim was getting it Ezra grabbed the man’s wallet, which had been sitting on the dining room table, and ran. The wallet contained $200 cash, cards and ID.

Unit block N. Highland Ave., Sunday, Nov. 27, 4:40 p.m.: A man fell victim to a pickpocket. He lost his wallet and $210 cash.

2300 block Orleans St., Sunday, Nov. 27, 5:30 a.m.: Three men shoplifted a loaf of bread, cheese, bologna, soda and candy from a convenience store.

Larceny from auto
Stolen from various vehicles parked in various places so far this festive holiday season: 10 GPS, five gold earrings, four rear license tags, three credit cards, two book bags, but no partridge in a pear tree (yet). Also, a Louis Vuitton purse, passport, merchandise, cash, back pack, two book bags, a netbook, flash drive, mouse, money order, controller for a PlayStation 3, various chargers and cables, 20 CDs, a pair of Oakley sunglasses, the owner’s manager for a Scion, a MacBook Pro, checkbook, digital camera, stereo boom box and a jacket.

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