14th Police District: 25 cartons of cigarettes stolen from a CVS Pharmacy

14th Police District in Philadelphia

43 W. Haines Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144

This district covers Chestnut Hill, Mt. Airy, Cedarbrook, and part West Oak Lane, and Germantown.

This list covers Oct. 20 – Oct. 26, 2011

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October 23, 2011 – 6300 block Stenton Ave. – 25 cartons of cigarettes were stolen from a CVS Pharmacy. Offender jumped over the counter and took the items before fleeing down Washington Lane.

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October 20, 2011

7700 block Thouron Ave. – 37” Vizio flat screen TV, Playstation 2 and two masks were stolen from the property.

1300 block E. Rittenhouse St. – a teenager was murdered. Police found the male complainant lying in the middle of the street with a single gunshot wound to the head. Complainant was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced at 1:10 p.m.

E. Chelten Ave. / Morton St. – cell phone was stolen from a car.

5700 block Germantown Ave. – complainant said a man walked up to his car and started shooting at him and a witness. Complainant was shot in the right hand and the witness was shot in the left leg. Complainant then drove himself to the hospital.

Unit block E. Logan St. – laptop and book bag were stolen from a car.

200 block Mermaid Lane – two Gucci pocketbooks, X-Box video game and a 43” Samsung flat screen TV were stolen from the property between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Oct. 20.

October 21, 2011

6600 block Chew Ave. – a man was shot in the left shoulder and right hip after leaving a Chinese take-out restaurant at the location. Complainant said a man tried to carjack him. When he started to drive away, he heard shots. Complainant drove himself to the hospital.

1200 block E. Price St. – sewer flow monitor stolen from the property.

1700 block Plymouth St. – complainant said his brother hit him in the forehead with either his first or an object during a dispute. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

W. Cheltenham Ave. / Washington Lane – 2004 Chevy Trailblazer was stolen, but recovered prior to police report.

6300 block Stenton Ave. – a man robbed a Citizens Bank at the location. A bank employee said the offender entered the branch, handed her a demand note and walked out with $18,000.

6300 block Homer St. – a man was murdered. Police found the complainant unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head. A witness heard two gunshots and saw a man run down Homer Street afterwards.

100 block W. Durham St. – vehicle registration cards, insurance card, 12 CDs, Garmin GPS, inspection sticker and six Jewish book were stolen from a 2010 Mazda.

October 22, 2011

1800 block E. Tulpehocken St. – 2003 Honda Accord stolen.

7400 block Ogontz Ave. – Harley Davidson bike stolen at the location. Complainant said he left the bike outside of Rite-Aid.

1500 block E. Pastorius St. – complainant said her ex-boyfriend choked her and threw objects at her. She said he also tried to stab her with a pair of scissors and cut her shirt.

6100 block McCallum St. – a man was arrested after complainant said he raped her.

100 block W. Sharpnack St. – a man was murdered. SWAT team found complainant inside with a gunshot to the neck.

7100 block Sprague St. – complainant said a known offender stole $300, an Access card and an ID from him.

900 block Plainfield St. – leather riding boots, food and leather belts stolen from the property.

October 23, 2011

7700 block Temple Road – complainant said his mother beat him with an extension cord after he forgot to take out the trash. Complainant ran out of the house and was taken in by a neighbor. Offender was arrested.

500 block E. Gorgas Lane – two Movado watches, Kodak camera, HP laptop, jewelry and $200 stolen from the property.

5500 block Matthews St. – 2010 Toyota Camry stolen, but recovered prior to police report. The car contained a cell phone and $800.

6300 block Stenton Ave. – 25 cartons of cigarettes were stolen from a CVS Pharmacy. Offender jumped over the counter and took the items before fleeing down Washington Lane.

600 block Church Lane – complainant said two men robbed him at gunpoint. Offenders fled with complainant’s wallet, state ID and SS card.

600 block E. Stafford St. – HP laptop, Samsung cell phone and a Boost mobile cell phone were stolen from a 2005 Ford F-250.

200 block E. Johnson St. – complainant said three men robbed him at knife point following a dispute. Offenders ran off with $1200.

5400 block Greene St. – electric lawnmower and a floor sander were stolen from the property.

Unit block Valley Green Road – Fossil messenger bag, clothes, head phones, house keys and toiletries were stolen from the property.

October 24, 2011

7100 block Ogontz Ave. – two hats and $2000 stolen from the property.

7900 block Temple Road – complainant said a known offender grabbed, punched, slapped and threw him to the ground. Complainant was taken to the hospital where he received stitches. He is listed in stable condition.

4600 block Stenton Ave. – T-Mobile cell phone stolen from the property.

October 25, 2011

500 block Gorgas Lane – tools stolen from the property.

800 block W. Mt. Airy Ave. – GPS and FM transmitter stolen from a 2005 Ford Escape.

100 block W. Walnut Lane – 2004 Hyundai Sonata stolen.

Germantown Ave. / High St. – complainant said a man robbed him at the location. Offender ran off with $300, an iPhone, ID and credit cards.

100 block W. Chelten Ave. – complainant said he was robbed at the location. Offender ran off with seven handbags.

Unit block W. Sharpnack St. – complainant said two offenders forced their way into his home, struck him in the head with a pool stick and ran off with $500.

7000 block Chew Ave.  – Gibson electric guitar, jewelry box and jewelry were stolen from the property.

October 26, 2011

500 block Gorgas Lane – tools stolen from the property between 7 p.m. Oct. 24 and 12:30 p.m Oct. 25.

100 block W. Walnut Lane – 2004 Hyundai Sonata stolen.

500 block Gorgas Lane – tools stolen from the property between 7 p.m. Oct. 24 and 12:30 p.m Oct. 25.

100 block W. Walnut Lane – 2004 Hyundai Sonata stolen.

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