Thug to officer: ‘I didn’t rob him; he owed me that money’

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Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Mary Helen Sprecher.

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Aggravated Assault

N. Duncan Street, 100 block, March 23, 8 p.m. A woman told police she and her girlfriend were having an argument over money. The argument escalated and one woman poked the other in the eyes, then choked her. The aggressor was arrested.

S. Dallas Court, 300 block, March 21, 2 a.m. A man told police he was standing outside when a man attacked him and stabbed him. He refused to provide further details on the incident.

S. Potomac Street, unit block, March 21, 10 p.m. A man told police he was having an argument with his daughter. The daughter pulled a mirror off the wall and struck him with it, causing injury. A warrant was issued for her arrest.

N. Linwood Avenue, 500 block, March 20, 7:02 a.m. A woman told police she and her boyfriend were sitting on the bed when he picked up a clothing hamper and hit her with it, then tried to throw her into the closet. He was arrested.

S. Highland Avenue, 300 block, March 20, 1:50 a.m. A man told police he and a second man had argued about money. A third man in the house began screaming, “Shut the f– up, we are trying to sleep!” The third man then picked up a piece of wood and hit the other.  The first man picked up a steak knife to defend himself, but said the assailant attacked him again, knocking his head against the ground and screaming, “I’ll kill that motherf-—er!” Police were called and a warrant was issued for the assailant’s arrest, but the assailant returned to the house, and was promptly arrested.

Mulliken Court, 1500 block, March 19, 1:04 a.m. A woman told police her boyfriend and she had argued, and that he had struck her in the head with a bookshelf. She then became uncooperative and refused to supply further information, including the name of her boyfriend.

Thames Street, 1700 block, March 18, 12:04 a.m. A man told police he was standing in front of a building with a friend when a second man struck them both in the face with a bottle. He was arrested.

S. Broadway, 300 block, March 18, 1:40 a.m. Police were dispatched to a call involving a group of people fighting. They came upon a group, and one man told them he had been stabbed. He was taken to a local hospital and treated.

N. Glover Street, 600 block, March 18, 12:46 a.m.  Police responded to the scene of a stabbing and found a man bleeding heavily. He was taken to a local hospital and treated for his wounds. Due to the extent of his injuries, he was unable to give a statement immediately.

Toone Street, 6200 block, March 17, 4:50 p.m. A teenaged girl told police she was inside her house when she heard her mother and another woman arguing. The other woman pulled out a sharp object and stabbed the girl’s mother. The assailant was arrested.

E. Fayette Street, 2000 block, March 17, 4:15 p.m. A homeless man told police he was attacked while out walking.

Robbery

E. Fayette Street, 800 block, March 23, 11 p.m. Police found a man lying on the ground suffering from wounds. He told them he had been sitting on a park bench when a group of men and women approached him and attacked him. They robbed him of his money, phone and passport.

S. Curley Street, 700 block, March 23, 8:05 p.m. A woman told police she was out walking when two men approached her, told her to be quiet and took her phone and car keys. She tried to fight them off but was pushed to the ground and injured.

E. Fayette Street, 2800 block, March 22, 6:35 p.m. A laundromat employee told police she was sweeping the floor of the business when a man came in and pointed a gun at her. He ordered her to give up the money, then was distracted when two children ran in. He fled the area immediately.

E. Lombard Street, 3700 block, March 22, 10:15 p.m. A man flagged down police to tell them he had just been robbed. He indicated a teenager as the suspect. The suspect began screaming, “I didn’t rob him; he owes me money.” The suspect was arrested and the money returned to the victim.

O’Donnell Street, 6500 block, March 19, 8:24 a.m. A pharmacy employee told police he had arrived to open the business and as he was punching in the alarm code, a woman approached him and said, “If you don’t let me in, I am going to say you raped me.” She then pushed past him into the building and screamed “Help me one more time.” She then fled.

S. Collington Avenue, 500 block, March 20, 7:07 p.m. Grocery store employees told police their store had been robbed by two men. One had approached the counter to ask about sandwiches and the other ran around the counter, grabbed cash and cigars, and fled.

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