39th Police District: Where walking around with $49,500 is ill-advised

39th Police District in Philadelphia

This list covers Jan. 27 through Feb. 2, 2012.

Jan. 27, 2012

3200 block Authority Terrace – 2000 Buick LeSabre stolen.

5000 block Newhall St. – 1998 Dodge Ram stolen.

3700 block Ridge Ave. – 1999 Lexus ES300 stolen.

3500 block Sunnyside Ave. – Purse, $400 check, medication, prepaid cell phone and more stolen from a 2011 Ford.

3500 block N. Smedley St. – Complainant said two men robbed him at gunpoint. Offenders fled in a 2011 Ford Focus with $49,500, diamond and white gold chain, diamond pinky ring and an iPAD 2.

1700 block W. Venango St. – Complainant said his girlfriend punched him in the face five times, bent back his thumb and pulled him toward a window after she pushed an air conditioner out. Offender arrested.

2900 block N. Bambrey St. – A woman said a man threw a brick at her son and hit him in the left arm. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

1400 block W. Mayfield St. – Playstation game system, Wii game system and video games stolen from the property.

Jan. 28, 2012

5200 block McKean Ave. – Complainant said his girlfriend cut his forearm, left hand and left side of his face with a knife during a dispute about their relationship. Offender arrested.

2700 block Kelly Drive – Jumper cables and motor oil stolen from a 2001 Ford Explorer between 6-8 p.m.

3600 block Calumet St. – Complainant said he was struck in back of his head with an unknown object while walking to his car at the location. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

3600 block Calumet St. – Complainant said two men hit him in the back of the head with a bottle outside of a house party at the location. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

3600 block Calumet St. – Complainant said two men hit him in the chin with a bottle while he was walking at the location. He said one of the offenders accused him of urinating on his car.

3600 block Calumet St. – Complainant said a man struck him in the head with a flashlight while attending a house party at the location. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

3800 block Henry Ave. – Complainant said a man robbed him at gunpoint. He said the offender approached him from behind. Offender grabbed complainant’s duffle bag. As complainant ran away, he heard gunshots. He then noticed he was shot in the back and buttocks. Complainant was taken to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition.

1500 block W. Erie Ave. – Complainant said two men robbed him at gunpoint. Offenders ran off with a Louis Vuitton bag, HP laptop, 9MM handgun and $300.

3900 block N. 17th St. – Complainant said her father struck her with a leather belt and extension cord.

Jan. 29, 2012

5200 block Wayne Ave. – Five pulpit chairs, two speakers, marble laver, amplifier, two wooden hymn note plates, PA system and two pulpit podiums. Church is not operational due to mold problems.

1900 block Rowan St. – Complainant said a man shot her in the right thigh. Complainant was taken to the hospital. Another woman was also shot twice in the back and was taken to the hospital.

2700 block N. 20th St. – Copper pipes and a lock box were stolen from the property.

2400 block W. Indiana Ave. – Complainant said a man punched him in the face during a dispute. Complainant was taken to the hospital where he received stitches. Offender arrested.

2700 block N. 23rd St. – Complainant said his nephew threatened him while holding a handgun to his head.

Jan. 30, 2012

5000 block Wissahickon Ave. – Copper pipes and metal radiators were stolen from the property.

3300 block Frederick St. – Video camera stolen from a 2003 Honda Civic.

Jan. 31, 2012

3500 block Scotts Lane – Complainant said someone stole $600 from a cash box inside the property.

3200 block School House – GPS stolen from a 2004 Saab.

5000 block Knox St. – Gas grill stolen from the property.

200 block W. Chelten Ave. – Patent leather wallet, PNC bank card, Visa credit card, PA driver’s license, $20, Kindle tablet and a leather case stolen from the property.

4500 block Wayne Ave. – Police found two dead inside a Ford Explorer. Complainant had a gunshot wound to the head. Offender also had a gunshot wound to the head.

3900 block Elser St. – 1999 Pontiac Grand AM stolen.

4100 block Broad St. – Complainant said a man pointed a gun at her after she hit him with her car.

3800 block Archer St. – A man was shot in the leg. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

Feb. 1, 2012

1500 block W. Bristol St – Complainant said a man robbed her at the location. Offender punched complainant in the back of the head and threw her to the ground before fleeing with a wallet containing an ID, Social Security card, $60, keys and other personal information.

2900 block N. 22nd St. – Complainant said someone sprayed mace in her eyes. Complainant said offender thought she was cutting in line outside of a bank while waiting for it to open. Offender was gone when police arrived.

Feb. 2, 2012

5000 block Erringer Place – $10, Echo watch, iPod, gold chain, camcorder and a Polo sweat suit were stolen from the property.

1500 block W. Venango St. – Black shoulder bag, Coach wallet, ATM card and a birth certificate were stolen from a 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe.

3500 block N. 17th St. – Complainant said a man pointed a gun at her inside a bar at the location. Offender arrested.

1600 block Rowan St. – Complainant said his daughter stabbed him in the left arm with a knife. Offender was arrested.

1600 block W. Tioga St. – Complainant said she was raped by a known acquaintance.

3700 block N. Carlisle St. – Complainant said a stranger raped her.

1500 block W. Bristol St. – Complainant said a man robbed her at the location. She said the offender punched her in the back of the head, pulled her to the ground and pulled hair off her head before fleeing with a wallet, SS card, $60, keys and personal information.

3200 block N. 29th St. – Visa card, laptop and an iPod stolen from the property.

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