Suspects allegedly mace robbery victim, hit with bike lock

E. Lombard St., 4111 block, April 20, 2:15 p.m. The victim said that while he was sitting in the living room at the location, two male suspects knocked at his door. As the victim opened the door, they forced their way inside. One was armed with a silver revolver. Both suspects demanded money; the victim said they took $40. The suspects then fled.
S. East Ave., unit block, April 23, 8:56 p.m. The victim stated that the suspect, armed with a silver knife, approached her from the front and demanded her cell phone. She gave it to him; he fled north on East Ave.
Ogden St., 800 block, April 23, 12:50 p.m. The victim said that while he was on the block, he was assaulted by 10 juveniles who tried to take his cell phone while he was crossing the street. They attempted to take the victim’s phone from his hand, but the victim ran away. The suspects also fled.
Pulaski Hwy., 3200 block, April 25, 7:15 a.m. The victim said the was riding his bike when a black motorcycle pulled in front of him. The two suspects then approached. One of the suspects held the victim’s hand; the other pointed a knife to his stomach and demanded his wallet. The victim gave them his wallet and was then kicked in the groin area. The suspects fled.
Pulaski Hwy., 3200 block, April 25, 12:16 p.m. The victim said that she was walking to her job when she passed one of the suspects. When she fled, the suspect removed her phone from her rear pocket. The victim demanded her phone back; the suspect denied taking it and ran. The victim chased the suspects–there were two male teens and a female teen–to an alley, where she was maced and hit in the face with a bike lock. The victim suffered a busted lip and chipped tooth.

Lloyd St., 100 block, April 20, 8:30 p.m. Upon returning home,t he victim found that the rear door had a broken-out window pane near the lock. The suspect had entered here. Taken was a laptop, wallet and TV. The computer’s serial number was known by the victim. A screwdriver, believed to be left by the suspect, was found in the inside stairwell.
S. Castle St., 100 block, April 21, 7:15 a.m. A neighbor called police to report an open door. Officers found the rear door open and cleared the house, which showed signs of ransacking. The owner came home and advised that a large amount of electronics were missing, including two TVs, a video game system and games, a bicycle, two laptops, and a golf club. The suspect had gained entry via an unlocked patio-room door, which led to an unlocked rear door.
E. Fayette St., 2300 block, April 22, 8 a.m. While the victim was away, an unknown suspect removed a window air conditioning unit from her kitchen window and gained entry . Taken was a jar of various currency which held approximately $500.
Hartwait St., 6600 block, April 22, 10:40 p.m. The victim was asleep when he heard his dogs frantically barking. He went to an adjoining bedroom and saw a man climbing out the window and fleeing.
Kane St., 400 block, April 23, 8:20 a.m. Officers responded to an alarm call and saw pry marks on the front door and the back window of the rear door smashed. Officers believe that entry was made; the owner could not immediately tell if any property was missing.
E. Baltimore St., 6800 block, April 23, 12 p.m. The complainant came home to find her front door pried open. Taken was a white gold wedding with diamonds.
S. Glover St., 500 block, April 23, 8:45 p.m. An unknown suspect entered via an unlocked rear door and took two TVs, two computers and an iPad.
Lancaster St., 800 block, April 23, 5:40 p.m. The complainant was staying at the hotel and left his room several times. He said that he had an envelope with $4,900 in U.S. currency in the room. He came back and found that $2,700 was missing. No signs of forced entry.
Eastern Ave., 4700 block, April 24, 1:50 a.m. An unknown suspect entered the business via an unlocked rear door, went to the cash register, took $50, and took another $50 from a side drawer. The business owner believes that a customer had unlocked the rear door during business hours in order to later access it.
S. Lehigh St., 300  block, April 24, 9:30 a.m. A witness called police to report a suspect using bold cutters in an attempt to enter the vacant property. During an area canvass, the suspect was stopped, identified by the witness and arrested. Tools were recovered from the suspect.
Fleet St., 4000 block, April 24, 1:30 p.m. A male suspect was found loading car batteries into his car. When he was approached by staff from the business, he reportedly stated, “OK, I will give you your stuff back,” returned the property, and fled.
Fait Ave., 2700 block, April 24, 7 a.m. Around noon, the complainant’s dog walker called him to say that it looked as if someone had been in his house. Living room shades were broken and DVDs were strewn about the house. There was no sign of forced entry, and there is a three-year-old dog that has free reign of the house. No property was missing.
E. Fayette St., 3000 block, April 24, 8 a.m. An unknown suspect entered via the front door, which was probably left unlocked, and took two laptops, two tablet computers and a jewelry box.
Leverton Ave., 3400 block, April 24, 8:20 p.m. .The reporting person, who was watching the victim’s property, reported that an unknown suspect reached through a previously-broken rear door window and unlocked the door. The reporting person could only say for sure that a bottle of wine and $5 was missing from the kitchen table.
S. Decker Ave., 800 block, April 23, 3 p.m. A representative from the realty office went to check on the for-sale house and found that someone had removed the key box and gained entry to the home via the front door. Taken was a washer and dryer.
S. Broadway, 100 block, April 24, 12:30 a.m. The reporting person, who lives in the rear of the business, reported that while he was there a suspect forced open the front window, took a laptop form the front counter, and took $1,200 from an unsecured file cabinet.
N. Ellwood Ave., 200 block, April 21, 12 p.m. The victim came home to find her front and rear doors ajar and a TV, earrings, necklace, video game system and games missing from various rooms. During the investigation, the responding officer managed to get video from a nearby store of a man trying to sell the missing TV. The suspect confessed when he was shown pictures of himself with the property. He was arrested.

Aggravated Assault
E. Baltimore St., 3500 block, April 20, 9:30 p.m. The victim’s sister called her for help after being hit by her boyfriend at her own house. Upon the victim’s arrival, the suspect flung the door open and pushed her out into the street; the victim broke her arm from the fall. Another victim tried to restrain the suspect and was bitten on the arm. The suspect was arrested at the scene; the two victims were taken to the hospital for treatment.
S. Broadway, 700 block, April 21, 1:50 a.m. The victim said that he was trying to break up an argument when the suspect picked up a steel trash can and threw it at him, hitting him in the back.
Joplin St., 400 block, April 22, 5:55 p.m. The victim said that he and his ex-girlfriend got into a fight over the ownership of a cell phone. When she refused to give it to him, he called the police. He said that she then grabbed a kitchen knife and threatened him with it, punched him in the face several times, and fled in her car. He did not cooperate with the investigation.
S. Broadway, 600 block, April 22, 10:40 p.m. The victim was taking a co-worker to see the suspect, who had a check from the place where the three parties work. While on the way, the victim and the suspect got into a dispute on the phone. When the victim and co-worker arrived at their destination, the suspect threw the check into their car, and the victim and suspect got into fight. The suspect produced a knife and cut the victim’s knee before fleeing on foot.
S. Highland Ave., 100 block, April  23, 2:11 a.m. While on patrol, an officer saw the victim sitting on the curb, bleeding from his neck and nose. He said he had been stabbed in the throat and chest.
Essex St., 2300 block, April 24, 4:30 p.m. The victim said that the suspect entered the victim’s place of employment, walked into the bathroom, and locked the door. The victim knocked on the door and told him he had to leave. The suspect said he would leave when he was done. A few minutes later, the victim knocked again, and the suspect opened the door, displayed a knife, and told him to leave him alone. The victim told another person to call the police; the suspect was arrested.
N. Rose St., 200 block, April 24, 9:56 p.m. The victim and her boyfriend got into a dispute about how much time they spend together. During the dispute, the suspect picked up a shovel and pushed her against the wall with it. He then fled.
N. Janney St., 100 block, April 25, 3 a.m. The victim was prostituting herself when she was picked up the suspect in a truck. She got in and agreed to a sex act. On the way to the suspect’s house, he provided food for both of them. After they finished, he wanted a sex act. She declined; he grew angry, drew a knife, and threatened her with it. She fled.
Ballou Ct.,  200 block, April 25, 8:23 p.m. Officers responded to the location, and the victim said that during an argument the suspect pulled out a knife and threatened to stab her if she left or called the police. The suspect was arrested.
Pulaski Hwy., 3100 block, April 26, 9:30 p.m. The victim said he was at the convenience store when he was approached by three male juveniles, who began to verbally assault him. They then began to strike him in the upper torso. One of the suspects picked up his bike and threw it at the victim. The suspects then fled.

Larceny From Auto
There were 26 larcenies from auto reported in the Southeast District from April 20 through April 26. Locations include Albemarle St., 100 block; Bank St., 2100 block; Lancaster St., 1300 block; S. Caroline St., 500 block; S. Highland Ave., 500 block; Grundy St., 900 block; President St, 100 block; S. Caroline St., 900 block; E. Baltimore St., 1800 block; E. Fairmount Ave., 1700 block; S. Castle St., 500 block; S. Regester St., 200 block; S. Eden St., 300 block; S. Ponca St., 800 block; Eastern Ave., 6800 block; Lancaster St., 1700 block; S. Wolfe St., 900 and unit blocks; S. Front St., unit block; S. Linwood Ave., 200 block; Dundalk Ave., 1100 block; Albemarle St., 100 block; Grundy St., 600 block; Boston St., 2600 block; N. Bond St., 300 block; Albemarle St., 100 block.

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