14th Police District: Where you may get robbed of $3,400 in cash when buying crack cocaine

This list covers Feb. 8-14, 2013.



Feb. 8

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12 a.m. Auto Theft: 200 block of Upsal St. Taken was a 2004 Mercury Marauder.

12 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 6700 block of Woodstock St. Flower pot broken over complainant’s head.

2 p.m. Robbery: 1600 block of Elaine St. Complainant robbed of $3,400 at gunpoint while buying narcotics.

3:30 p.m. Robbery: Mansfield Ave. and Tulpehocken St. iPhone taken from complainant.

5:11 p.m. Theft: 5500 block of Germantown Ave. iPad taken from towed vehicle.

7 p.m. Theft: 1500 block of W. Johnson St. Electronics taken from residence.

7:07 p.m. Theft: Germantown Ave. and Wister St. Bottle of vodka taken from liquor store.

11 p.m. Theft: E. Washington Lane. and Mansfield Ave. Taken were 2 rims and tires from a vehicle.

Feb. 9

12 p.m. Residential Burglary: 1500 block of E. Cliveden St. Taken was 50 feet of copper pipe.

2 p.m. Residential Burglary: 6300 block of Chew Ave. Ten feet of copper pipe taken from vacant home.

3 p.m. Residential Burglary: 5600 block of Utah St. Electronics taken from residence.

7 p.m. Robbery: 1200 block of E. Chelten Ave. A shoe was taken from a pregnant woman who was pulled from her vehicle and punched in stomach. Suspect arrested.

Feb. 10

11:30 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 6000 block of Magnolia St. Child beaten with belt and extension cord.

5 p.m. Theft: 300 block of Hortter St. iPod, purse and duffel bag taken from vehicle.

6 p.m. Robbery: 1400 block of Upsal St. Complainant shot in finger during robbery attempt. Nothing taken.

6:30 p.m. Burglary: 7500 block of Ogontz Ave. $50 in change taken from church.

Feb. 11

4:05 a.m. Theft: 900 block of E. Price St. Suspect seen by police pushing shopping cart with several hundred feet of stolen electrical wire. Suspect arrested.

7:54 a.m. Robbery: Stenton Ave. and Haines St. Cell phone taken from complainant at gunpoint.

9:08 a.m. Theft: 6700 block of Chew Ave. Building materials taken from construction site. Suspect arrested.

10:16 a.m. Residential Burglary: 5500 block of Blakemore St. Door kicked in; nothing taken.

12:18 p.m. Residential Burglary: 6300 block of Germantown Ave. Door kicked in; nothing taken.

3 p.m. Robbery: 2100 block of Stenton Ave. Cell phone taken from complainant.

6:30 p.m. Robbery: 6500 block of Germantown Ave. Complainant robbed of purse at gunpoint.

Feb. 12

10:38 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 7700 block of Cedarbrook Ave. Complainant threatened with box cutter. Suspect arrested.

12 p.m. Theft: 1600 block of Yerkes St. Wallet taken from vehicle.

2:15 p.m. Theft: 2100 block of Haines St. An unattended iPhone was taken from a classroom.

5:25 p.m. Theft: 7700 block of Crittenden St. Taken was $245 of personal-care products. Suspect arrested.

6 p.m. Theft: 1000 block of Phil Ellena St. Tires and rims taken from rental vehicle.

7 p.m. Theft: 100 block of E. Chelten Ave. Credit-card machine taken from unlocked vehicle.

Feb. 13

3:24 p.m. Theft: Valley Green Rd. and Springfield Ave. Vehicle broken into. Two suspects arrested.

9:30 p.m. Auto Theft: 5900 block of Wayne Ave. Taken was 1998 Infiniti Q-45.

Feb. 14

10:25 a.m. Theft: 1500 block of E. Pastorius St. Unlocked vehicle witnessed being entered; nothing taken.

10:30 a.m. Theft: 6400 block of Clearview St. IPhone taken from complainant.

11:20 a.m. Residential Burglary: 6300 block of Germantown Ave. Residence entered; suspect fled with nothing.

11:45 a.m. Robbery: Duval St. and Chew Ave. Complainant punched in face; cell phone taken.

4:45 p.m. Theft: 700 block of E. Chelten Ave. Handbag taken from complainant.

11:10 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 5300 block of Wayne Ave. Complainant punched in face.

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