39th Police District: Where a car was freed of its PPA boot via wee-hours finagling

This list covers Feb. 8-13, 2013.

Feb. 8

7:30 a.m. Theft: 1500 block of Westmoreland St. iPod taken from vehicle.

8:15 a.m. Theft: 4400 block of N. Broad St. $6 of air fresheners taken. Suspect arrested.

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9 a.m. Theft: 1900 block of Lehigh Ave. $1,700 cash and debit card taken from home.

9:30 a.m. Residential Burglary: 3100 block of Hemberger St. Home ransacked; computer taken.

12 p.m. Theft: 3400 block of W. School House Lane. Laptop taken from unsecured classroom.

1:10 p.m. Theft: 5200 block of Germantown Ave. Taken was $210 of personal-care merchandise.

4:30 p.m. Residential Burglary: 2900 block of W. School House Ln. $3,000 of jewelry and electronics taken from residence.

5:10 p.m. Robbery: 3500 block of N. 18th St. Pocketbook taken at gunpoint.

11:30 p.m. Theft: 3800 block of N. Bouvier St. Handgun taken from safe.

Feb. 9

2:45 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 1700 block of W. Butler St. Residence shot multiple times.

9:01 a.m. Robbery: 3200 block of N. Broad St. Bank robbed of $729.

10:30 a.m. Theft: 500 block of W. Coulter St. GPS taken from vehicle.

6 p.m. Theft: 4200 block of N. Broad St. $7,000 tax-return [check] taken from complainant.

7 p.m. Theft: 5400 block of Wayne Ave. Black purse taken from complainant.

Feb. 10

2 a.m. Theft: 3500 block of N. 19th St. $1,500 of tools taken from residence.

11:50 a.m. Theft: 3900 block of N. Broad St. Auto repair items taken. Suspect arrested.

6 p.m. Auto Theft: 2100 block of Somerset St. Taken was a 2005 Dodge Magnum.

7 p.m. Residential Burglary: 3000 block of Bambrey St. $2,586 of tools taken from property.

Feb. 11

3:11 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 200 block of W. Zeralda St. Complainant shot in left buttock.

7:20 a.m. Theft: 2700 block of Clearfield St. iPod Touch taken from complainant.

10:04 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 3900 block of N. 17th St. 11-year old complainant reported being beaten by father.

11 a.m. Theft: 2800 block of N. Garnet St. Taken was a Samsung cell phone.

4:30 p.m. Theft: 500 block of Abbotsford Ave. Taken was a shoulder bag containing $800.

4:55 p.m. Theft: 3200 block of N. Broad St. Taken were three bottles of body wash.

7:58 p.m. Residential Burglary: 4000 block of Apalogen Rd. Offenders observed casing home. Suspects arrested.

10:35 p.m. Robbery: 2600 block of Seltzer St. A 1996 Honda Accord and $200 cash were taken at gunpoint.

Feb. 12

3:24 a.m. Theft: 500 block of Clapier St. Parking Authority “boot” removed from vehicle.

4 a.m. Theft: 3200 block of N. 15th St. Debit card taken from residence.

8 a.m. Auto Theft: 3200 block of Fox St. Taken was a 1997 Ford F350.

8:45 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 300 block of W. School House Lane. Complainant burned with hot curling iron. Suspect arrested.

11:09 a.m. Theft: 2000 block of W. Tioga St. Tools taken from yard of residence.

12:21 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 3200 block of Woodstock St. Complainant maced by unknown suspect.

2 p.m. Aggravated Assault: 1700 block of Pacific St. Rock thrown at complainant through vehicle’s window.

5:05 p.m. Residential Burglary: 1900 block of W. Carey St. Handgun taken at gunpoint from residence.

8:50 p.m. Robbery: 4600 block of Morris St. $70 cash and cell phone taken at gunpoint.

Feb. 13

12 a.m. Robbery: 1800 block of Hunting Park Ave. Wallet taken from complainant after being punched in the face.

12:30 a.m. Aggravated Assault: 5000 block of Erringer Place. Complainant shot in chest.

8 a.m. Residential Burglary: 3100 block of Patton St. Electronics, cash and 17 pairs of sneakers taken from residence.

9 a.m. Residential Burglary: 1500 block of W. Tioga St. $850 of electronics taken from residence.

10 a.m. Residential Burglary: 5200 block of Schuyler St. Electronics, liquor, and furniture taken from residence.

3:30 p.m. Theft: 2300 block of Westmoreland St. $1000 taken from soda machine.

9 p.m. Robbery: 3100 block of N. Taylor St. Wallet and keys taken from complainant.

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