14th District: 38 Macbooks stolen from Germantown Friends School

14th Police District crime reports from Aug. 25 to Aug. 30 



Unit block W. Coulter Street – 38 Macbook laptops stolen from Germantown Friends School between July 20 and Aug. 9.

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August 25, 2011

100 block W. Tulpehocken Street – Apple iPod stolen from 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix

Unit block W. Johnson Street – wallet, bank card, social security card, passport and $70 in cash stolen from 2001 Mercury Grand Marquix

200 block E. Gowen Avenue – designer clothes, two Gucci men’s watches, two women’s diamond rings, one box of collector’s baseball cards, 42″ Samsung flat screen TV stolen from residence between 11 p.m. and 3 a.m. on Aug. 24.

6600 Germantown Avenue – complainant said her T-Mobile cell phone was stolen off counter in Chinese store

5600 block Baynton Street – checks, wallet with credit card and cell phone stolen from 1986 Dodge Ram

Unit blcok W. Rittenhouse Street – 2002 Toyota Camry stolen

2300 block 74th Avenue – 1998 Ford Windstar stolen from auto body shop, H&D Automotive Center

August 26, 2011

Unit block W. Coulter Street – 38 Macbook laptops stolen from Germantown Friends School between July 20 and Aug. 9.

Unit block Collom Street – a man was murdered on the highway. Complainant sent to hospital and pronounced dead at 10:49 p.m.

Unit block E. Pastorius Street – Xbox 360, 12 Xbox games, $800 in cash, three Fossil watches, drill and nail gun stolen from property between 6 p.m. Aug. 24 and 11 a.m. Aug. 26.

300 block W. Mt. Airy Avenue – complainant said her daughter-in-law entered her room and stabbed her on the right side of her body. She was sent to the hospital.

1100 block E. Rittenhouse Street – Rolex watch, Gold Rolex watch, Gucci watch, Louis Vuitton sneakers, two pairs of Prada sneakers, two pairs of Gucci sneakers, Gucci sunglasses, Louis Vuitton purse, $4,000 in cash, Samsung laptop and Wii game system stolen from property between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 26.

6300 block Chew Avenue – two rifles, Vizio 50″ TV, 32″ Sanyo TV, $2, 500.00 in cash, two iPods, Nikon camera, Fuji camera and gold watch stolen from property while complainant was on vacation.

2400 block 79th Avenue – 100 ft. of copper pipe, HP laptop and portable radio stolen from property.

1300 block E. Price Street – complainant and witness were sitting on the front steps of property when a verbal altercation ensued with two offenders. Complainant was Tasered in the stomach, had her hair pulled out, suffered cuts on her elbow and scratches on the left arm. She was sent to the hospital and listed in stable condition.

August 27, 2011

7100 block Germantown Avenue – wallet containing credit cards and $400 in cash stolen from 2008 Honda Pilot

200 block High Street – 47″ Vizio TV, 22″ Sylvania TV, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Kinect and two computers stolen from property during house sitter’s absence.

400 block Mechanic Street – T-Mobile Garmin cell phone, purse containing $230 in cash, BB Gun, Visa debit card and social security card stolen from property by complainant’s ex-boyfriend.

5600 block Crowson Street – complainant said his brother pistol whipped him with a silver revolver. Complainant was sent to the hospital for a deep laceration on his forehead.

Wayne Avenue/Chelten Avenue – Offender pulled a gun out on complainant and punched complainant in the left jaw after he refused to give offender money.

Pickering Avenue/Elaine Street – 1999 BMW stolen after complainant lost the car key.

2400 block 79th Avenue – vehicle registration card and insurance card stolen from 1993 Toyota.

1900 block Georgian Road – 2004 Cadillac SRX stolen

Unit block E. Bringhurst Street – Xbox, two Xbox games, controller and Kinect camera stolen from property

August 28, 2011

5800 block Brush Road – 1991 Dodge Shadow stolen

6900 block N. 19th Street – $500 sun glasses stolen from 2008 Dodge

7200 block Limekiln Pike – complainant said while delivering pizza to the listed address, offender pointed a small black handgun and stole his Nokia cell phone and $200 in cash.

7100 block Andrews Avenue – keys, PA ID, Citizens bank checks and $600 in cash stolen from property

August 29, 2011

8000 block Mansfield Avenue – 2007 Jeep Cherokee stolen from location between 2 p.m. Aug. 27 and 6 a.m. Aug. 29.

7600 block Crittenden Street – Dell laptop stolen from property

200 block E. Ashmead Street – 42″ Panasonic plasma TV and Sony Home Theater System stolen from property between 11 a.m. Aug. 27 and 6:45 a.m. Aug. 29.

400 block Westview Avenue – Mac laptop and $400 in cash stolen from property

100 block E. Chelten Avenue – complainant said after a verbal altercation, offender cut through his shirt with a razor that penetrated through to his arm. Complainant suffered a 3″ laceration and went to the hospital to receive stitches. Offender was arrested.

Unit block E. Johnson Street – complainant said offender stabbed him in the right upper arm with a knife. Complainant noticed his Rossi 685 38-SPL handgun was missing after his offender was locked in his bedroom earlier. Offender was arrested.

1300 block E. Rittenhouse Street – mountain bike with disc brakes and shock absorber stolen from complainant’s porch

6900 block E. Wister Avenue – complainant was shot once in the stomach in the back yard of listed address. Complainant rushed to hospital and listed in stable condition. Six .40 caliber casings found at scene.

7700 block Gilbert Street – Daisy rifle BB gun, two Kenneth Cole watches, G-Shock watch, children’s bike and Sentry safe containing personal paperwork, deeds titles, social security cards stolen from property

7500 Thouron Avenue – 100 DVDs, 47″ Samsung TV, Xbox, Wii game system, PlayStation 3, eight video games, 37″ TV, Toshiba laptop stolen from property

1800 Pastorius Street – copper pipes stolen from all floors of the house

7100 Andrews Avenue – 30″ of copper pipes stolen from property

5800 Crittenden Street – 42″ Sanyo flatscreen TV, Dell computer and clothing stolen from residence

August 30, 2011

8200 Forrest Avenue – iPod stolen from 2007 Lexus ES350

Unit block W. Evergreen Avenue – Trek bike stolen from Chestnut Hill train station between 5:50 a.m. and 6:04 a.m.

7200 Sprague Street – laptop, charger and clothing stolen from 2011 Kia Sorento

500 block Armstrong Street – complainant had a verbal altercation with his daughter about following curfew when she threw objects at him, tried to swallow pills under his restraint and pulled out a kitchen knife. She did not injure him, and complainant took her to the hospital despite no visible injuries.

5400 block Greene Street – Asus netbook laptop, Toshiba laptop, Microsoft Windows HP Tablet, Casio Zilim EX-2600 camera, iPod Nano and charger and Extreme DVD Drive slim portable stolen from property

6900 block Weatham Street – Macbook, Samsung laptop, iPod Nano, and PlayStation 3 with five video games stolen from property

5500 block Ardleigh Street – 46″ Emerson flat screen TV, 32″ Sony flat screen TV and 27″ Sony flat screen TV stolen from property

7200 block N. 21st Street – $500-worth of items stolen from property. Police responded to the burglary in progress. Three males had no paperwork proving authorization to remove items from residence. All three males arrested.

Unit block E. Johnson Street – .38 caliber Rossi handgun stolen from property

800 block Church Lane – fire marshal said cause of fire was an arson

900 block Phil Ellena Street – Kimber .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun and Walther P-22 .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun stolen from 1993 Mazda Protégé

1700 block E. Tulpehocken Street – complainant shot in the right side of his neck and shoulder while driving with four passengers in his 2002 Lexus RX300. Offender shot from inside another vehicle. Complainant transported to hospital.

1700 block E. Tulpehocken Street – complainant was shot in the right hand and fled southbound on Woolston Avenue on foot before getting back into the 2002 Lexus RX300

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