14th Police District: Where love triangles lead to pepper spraying

14th Police District in Philadelphia

This list covers Jan. 9 – Jan. 14, 2012.

January 9, 2012

7100 block Woolston Ave. – Complainant said that three men came up behind him and robbed him. He said they knocked him onto a car and took his iPhone, TransPass and G-Shock watch before fleeing on foot.

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N. 19th St. / 73rd Ave. – Car stolen.

7000 block Ogontz Ave. – 32-inch Magnavox TV, Magnavox VCR and $100 worth of loose change were stolen from the property.

500 block E. Haines St. – Xbox Kinnect, four games and a DVD were stolen from the property.

200 block E. Hortter St. – Police found a man with a gunshot wound to his abdominal area. Complainant was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. A witness said that men were arguing in the rear of the property prior to the shooting. A gun was recovered at Chew and Montana.

500 block E. Tulpehocken St. – Xbox game console and $600 were stolen from the property.

Unit block Bells Mill Road – Car stolen at the location. Complainant said the car contained two pairs of sunglasses, a pair of binoculars, Blue tooth and a car remote.

Jan. 10, 2012

1300 block Narragansett St. – 32-inch Phillips flat screen TV stolen from the property.

6000 block E. Wister St. – Complainant said someone came up behind her and stole Apple iPhone 4S.

6600 block Cornelius St. – Part of a building was set on fire. Officials at the scene deemed the incident arson.

6100 block Stenton Ave. – Complainant said he was pushed down the steps during a dispute. After landing, the offender punched the complainant in the head again. Complainant was taken to the hospital after possibly sustaining a concussion.

7900 block Pickering Ave. – Laptop stolen from the property.

500 block E. Upsal St. – 19-inch Sylvania TV stolen an appliance store at the location.

5700 block Chew Ave. – Playstation 3, Xbox 360, 75 video games and an HP netbook were stolen from the property.

1800 block E. Pastorius St. – 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee stolen.

6200 block Crittenden St. – Complainant said her boyfriend punched her in the face and threatened to kill her if she called police. Offender then fled the apartment.

6300 block Carnation St. – 40-inch Phillips flat screen TV, COBY DVD player and COBY DVD recorder were stolen from the property.

200 block W. Mount Pleasant Ave. – Microwave stolen from the property.

8600 block Temple Road –2009 Nissan Maxima stolen.

Jan. 11, 2012

Limekiln Pike/ Beverly Road – 1997 Toyota Camry was stolen, but recovered prior to police report.

6400 block Chew Ave. – Boiler, hot water heater, washer and dryer, water meter, 90 feet of copper pipe and a utility sink faucet were stolen from the property.

6600 block Wyncote Ave. – Air conditioner stolen from the property.

6900 block Forrest Ave. – Complainant said someone stole his handgun from his home.

Chew Ave. / E. Sharpnack St. – Complainant said a known offender robbed her at the location. She said the man punched her in her right eye as she got out of her car at the location. The offender claimed the complainant had hit his car, but there was no damage to either vehicle. Offender continued to attack the woman until a witness helped. Offender ran off with the complainant’s car keys, but later returned them.

5800 block Germantown Ave. – Complainant said a man waved a handgun at her while she was taking photographs at the location. Complainant kept walking and was not harmed.

5600 block Baynton St. – Garmin GPS, T-Mobile PDA, phone cradle and car radio antenna stolen from a 2006 Dodge Durango.

Jan. 12, 2012

6900 block E. Wister St. – 50-inch Samsung TV, Dell laptop, Xbox 360 console, Xbox game and a pair of Nike sneakers were stolen from the property.

1900 block Penfield St. – Complainant said that a known offender hit him in the right arm with a bat during a verbal dispute over a cell phone message. Police observed no visible injuries. Offender was not at the location at the time.

200 block E. Penn St. – Complainant said her sister threw a plate at her head. Complainant was taken to the hospital. Offender was arrested.

100 block E. Walnut Lane – Complainant said someone stole $1,200 from her property.

Germantown Ave. / E. Armat St. – Complainant said two men robbed him as he was getting on the bus. He said he chased the offenders for a couple of blocks, but that he could not keep up with him. Offenders ran off with complainant’s SS card, license, Access card, birth certificate, PayPal card and $4.

Jan. 13, 2012

1500 block E. Walnut Lane – Nearly $5,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from the property.

1100 block Barringer St. – Complainant said an offender sprayed her in the face with pepper spray after she came home to find her husband in bed with the offender.

5500 block Chew Ave. – 32″ Toshiba TV, iPAD, Dell laptop, clothing, UGG boots and slippers were stolen from the property.

500 block E. Penn St. – Complainant said his live-in girlfriend struck him in the head with a 9mm handgun during a dispute. Complainant was taken to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition.

Greene St. / W. Upsal St. – Complainant said three half-masked men robbed him at the location. Offenders ran off with a Fuji camera, Samsung cellphone and a prepaid Visa card.

Jan. 14, 2012

7700 block Woolston Ave. – A car was set on fire. Officials with the fire department deemed the incident arson.

Stenton Ave. / E. Washington Lane – Complainant said a male and female offender robbed him and tried to stab him with a screwdriver. Offenders ran off with two sweaters, five watches and a pair of sneakers. Offenders were later arrested.

400 block Potterton Heights – Dell laptop and a Sony DVD player were stolen from the property.

5900 block Germantown Ave. – 27 laptops were stolen from a school at the location.

Unit block High St. – Complainant said her sister cut her with a kitchen knife as she tried to break up a fight with a third sister.

500 block Locust Ave. – 2004 Toyota Land Rover stolen.

Temple Road – Two pairs of diamond earrings and a tennis bracelet were stolen from the property.

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