39th Police District: Where an East Falls bar got robbed of $5,500 at gunpoint

This list covers from Oct. 26 – Nov. 1, 2012.

Oct. 26

6 a.m. Theft: 2900 block of W. School house Lane. Laptop taken from vehicle.

8:15 a.m. Theft: 500 block of Manheim St. $794 of electronics taken.

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9 a.m. Aggravated Assault: Unit block of W. Seymour St. Complainant punched and struck with blunt object.

11 a.m. Robbery: Unit block of W. Seymour St. Complainant punched in face, and had handbag taken.

2 p.m. Auto theft: 3200 block of W. Hilton St. A 2006 Acura was stolen.

6:05 p.m. Theft: 500 block of W. Queen Lane. Snatch and grab of iPhone.

Oct. 27

6:30 a.m. Auto Theft: 3200 block of W. Allegheny Ave. Stolen was a 2009 Hyundai Sonata.

12 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 4500 block of Wayne Ave. Complaint punched in face and kicked in head.

1 p.m. Residential Burglary: 2600 block of Roberts Ave. Copper pipes removed from basement water heater.

2:20 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 1800 block of W. Pike St. Complaint bit, punched and had hair pulled. Suspect arrested.

Oct. 28

12:01 a.m. Theft: 5000 block of Pulaski Ave. iPhone charger taken from vehicle.

3:20 a.m. Robbery: 3500 block of Bowman St. Franklin’s East Falls robbed of $5,500 at gunpoint.

11 a.m. Theft: 200 block of W. Queen Lane. $10 taken from vehicle.

1:50 p.m. Robbery: 100 block of W. Queen Lane. Complainant pushed to ground and punched multiple times.

4:00 p.m. Theft: 2800 block of W. Queen Lane. GPS taken from vehicle.

10:00 p.m. Theft: 2800 block of Midvale Ave. Radio dial and granola bar taken from unlocked vehicle.

11:40 p.m. Theft: 2900 block of N. Broad St. Steaks, sausages, gummy worms and body wash were taken. Suspect arrested.

Oct. 29

6 p.m. Auto Theft: 3300 block of N. 18th St. Stolen was a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim.

12:50 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 2900 block of N. Stillman St. Two complainants hit by iron.

8 p.m. Theft: 5500 block of Wissahickon Ave. GPS taken from vehicle.

9 p.m. Theft: 5100 block of Wissahickon Ave. Perfume, shoes, sunglasses, and necklasses taken from vehicle.

9 p.m. Theft: 2800 block of Midvale Ave. An iPod and a GPS taken from two vehicles.

Oct. 30

1 p.m. Residential Burglary: 300 block of Milne St. Electronics taken during power outage.

3 p.m. Theft: 3500 block of N. 23rd St. Electronics taken from residence.

6 p.m. Residential Burglary: 5100 block of Greene St. ID and paperwork taken from vehicle.

11 p.m. Robbery: 1400 block of W. Venango St. Complainant slapped and had wallet taken.

Oct. 31

12 a.m. Burglary: 3100 block of N. Broad St. Hole cut in ceiling; five cartons of cigarettes and change taken from store.

12 a.m. Rape: 3000 block of N. 15th St. Complainant awoke to find known acquaintance perfroming intercourse. Suspect arrested.

12 a.m. Theft: 500 block of W. Coulter St. Clothing taken from vehicle.

8 a.m. Auto theft: 500 block of W. Chelten Ave. Stolen was a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan.

11 a.m. Theft: The Oak Road. and School House Lane. Duffle bag and clothing taken from vehicle.

11 a.m. Robbery: 2400 block of W. Cambria St. Cash and ID taken from complainant at gunpoint. Suspect arrested.

1 p.m. Residential Burglary: 3200 block of N. 34th St. Handgun and Xbox taken from home.

1:30 p.m. Residential Burglary: 4200 block of N. 15th St. Converter box and copper tubing taken from home.

4 p.m. Theft: 500 block of W. Queen Lane. $2 taken from vehicle.

Nov. 1

2 a.m. Theft: Unit block of Manheim St. A CD taken from an unlocked vehicle.

7:30 a.m. Theft: 5700 block of Wayne Ave. GPS, iPod and EZ-pass taken from vehicle.

2:05 p.m. Theft: 5800 block of Pulaski Ave. Employees of store arrested for theft of goods.

5 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 4200 block of N. 16th St. Complainant stabbed in stomach with broken bottle. Suspect arrested.

8:15 p.m. Robbery: 5200 block of Schuyler St. Complainant struck in head with laptop and had purse taken. Suspect arrested.

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