14th District: Man shot to death in Germantown on 6/7/11

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 June 1-7

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Tues, June 7, 2011

6100 block Belfield Ave – a man was murdered. Police found the complainant with multiple gunshot wounds. Complaiant was shot twice in the back and once in the front. Complainant was rushed to the hospital. He was pronounced at 11:17 p.m.

 

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June 1, 2011

6100 block Ardleigh St. – complainant said that a man stabbed him in the chest during an altercation over a female that works with the offender. Offender then fled the scene. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

7200 block Limekiln Pike – complainant said a man attempted to hit him with his vehicle. The offender told the complainant just before the incident that “the police are looking for you.” The offender also told him that “I’m going to come back and kill everybody.”

6600 block Ardleigh St. – complainant said someone shot her in the back with a BB gun while she was in the school cafeteria.

7200 block Limekiln Pike – complainant said her boyfriend pointed a gun at her and threatened to kill her before punching her in the stomach. The complainant, who is pregnant, said the incident started after she told the offender she wanted to end the relationship.

1200 block E. Stafford St. – HP laptop, check book and jewelry stolen from the property between 6:45 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. June 1.

7300 block Limekiln Pike – 46″ Panasonic LCD TV and a Playstation 3 were stolen from the property between 12:01-10 p.m. June 1. There were no signs of a forced entry.

900 block Church Lane – a witness saw someone toss a large rock through the window of the complainant’s 1997 Toyota Corolla and take out several baseball caps. Police stopped and arrested the offender.

6600 block Ardleigh St. – complainant said someone shot him under the left eye with a BB gun during math class.

900 block E. Price St. – 2006 Ford F150 stolen between 8:30 p.m. May 31 and 9 a.m. June 1.

5800 block Crittenden St. – complainant said two men approached him from behind and robbed him at gunpoint. The offenders ran off with $100.

5800 block Brush Road – complainant said someone shot him in the upper right leg. Complaiant was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition.

Baynton St. / Coulter St. – 1998 Nissan Altima was stolen, but recovered prior to police report.

700 block E. Rittenhouse St. – Macbook laptop, clothes and CD’s stolen from a 2000 BMW 740IL.

 

June 2, 2011

5600 block Sprague St. – jewelry, two iPods, laptop, clothing, CDs, marriage certificate and a birth certificate were stolen from the property. Complainant said she is in the process of moving and that the offender entered through an unlocked door.

1200 block E. Price St. – complainant said he was shot in his right forearm and left ankle. He said he heard about four gunshots at around 6:14 p.m. June 1 and later realized he had been hit. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

300 block E. Tulpehocken St. – complainant said he was robbed at gunpoint. The offender ran off with $15 after rifling through the complainant’s pocket.

6200 block Baynton St. – golf bag, golf clubs, golf shoes, gloves and balls were stolen from outside of the property.

6400 block Wayne Ave. – alarm system, keys, laptop and $700 stolen from a school at the location.

8000 block Mansfield Ave. – complainant said two men jumped into his car and fled while he was making a delivery at the location. He added that another man put a gun to his head to prevent him from chasing after the car.

7300 block Devon St. – 2000 Ford Focus stolen between 9:10 a.m. June 1 and 10:30 a.m. June 2.

 

June 3, 2011

1800 block E. Washington Lane – complainant said a fellow student attacked her in a classroom at the location. The incident caused her to break her left ankle. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

Stenton Ave. / Barringer St. – complainant said a group of men knocked him down, punched and kicked him and stole a pair of headphones. Complainant said he was walking to the bus stop at the time.

1900 block Penfield St. – complainant said a known offender broke the front windshield and driver side mirror with an unknown object while she was sitting in the car. The offender then chased the complainant with a knife. Complainant said she slashed the tires on the offender’s car.

1500 block E. Tulpehocken St. – car radio and DVD system stolen from a 1999 Chevy Monte Carlo.

Germantown Ave. / W. Haines St. – pocketbook containing two credit cards and $800 was stolen from the property. Complaiant said she placed the pocketbook on the bar and turned to talk to someone. The bag was gone when she turned back around.

6100 block Germantown Ave. – tabletop radio and a 32″ LCD TV were stolen from a storage locker at the location.

400 block Wellesley Road – complainant said someone cashed his income tax return check worth more than $4,000.

Unit block W. Pomona St. – 80 ft. of copper pipe stolen from the property.

900 block Durard St. – complainant said someone stole her credit card and charged $300 to it. She said the card was inside her roommate’s purse, which was stolen from her unlocked 2008 Nissan Sentra. A number of CDs were also stolen from the car.

 

June 4, 2011

1500 block Cardeza St. – GPS and a Kodak camera stolen from a 2006 Cadillac between 9:15 p.m. June 3 and 7:30 a.m June 4.

1300 block E. Johnson St. – an unknown group of men jumped another man. Police found the complainant in the street with multiple injuries to his face and elbow.

Ogontz Ave. / Georgian Road – complainant said two men stuck a knife in his back and stole his iPhone. Offenders may have fled in a burgundy Oldsmobile. Complainant said he knows one of the offenders.

2000 block E. Walnut Lane – 1998 Buick Riviera stolen between 10 p.m June 3 and 12:30 a.m. June 4.

1800 block E. Walnut Lane – 1992 Honda Civic stolen. Complaiant said her boyfriend borrowed the car and refuses to return it.

 

June 5, 2011

E. Stafford St. / Boyer St. – complainant said a known offender approached him and struck him with a bat in the head and ribs. The offender ran off with a set of keys and $20-30. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

1100 block E. Phil-Elena St. – complainant said a man grabbed him by the neck, pointed a handgun at him. Complainant was able to fight off the offender, who fled afterwards. Nothing was taken. Offender did leave his cell phone behind.

1300 block E. Johnson St. – complainant said someone ran him over at the listed location. He said the offender drove a Dodge Charger into the crowd. Complaiant was taken to the hospital.

1300 block E. Sharpnack St. – two laptops and $250 stolen from the property. Complainant said he came home to find three unknown offenders fleeing from his home.

6300 block Germantown Ave. – Dell laptop and $200 stolen from the property.

400 block Locust Ave. – suitcase containing $7,000 worth of watches, bracelets and necklaces was stolen from a 1999 Chevy Venture between 9 a.m. June 4 and 11 a.m. June 5.

6500 block Germantown Ave. – checks were stolen from a tuition box at a school at the location. It is unclear how much money was within the box.

5700 block Germantown Ave. – complainant said three men approached him in Vernon Park and threatened him with a 9mm handgun. The offenders then ran off with a T-Mobile cell phone, a wallet containing an ID and $45.

1600 block Elaine St. – two laptops, a camera and an iPod were stolen from the property.

 

June 6, 2011

1700 block Mayland St. – complainant, who is pregnant, said her boyfriend pushed her to the ground and pushed in her stomach and abdomen area. Complainant went to the hospital.

900 block E. Woodlawn St. – three TVs, two laptops, four money orders and a Wii game system were stolen from the property between 9:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. June 6.

Germantown Ave. / W. Haines St. – pocketbook containing two credit cards, debit card and $800 was stolen from the property. Complainant said she left her pocketbook on the bar and turned to talk to a friend. When she turned back, the bag was gone.

500 block Brinton St. – a pitbull was stolen from the location. Complainant said a witness told her that another woman picked the dog up off the street and fled in a black sedan.

7100 block Ardleigh St. – silverware, Cannon digital camera, jewelry and house keys were stolen from the property.

1500 block E. Mount Airy Ave. – Xbox 360, three video games and a Metro PCS cell phone stolen from the property.

 

June 7, 2011

E. Woodlawn St. / Bloyd St. – complainant said six women attacked him. He said one of the offenders broke a beer bottle over his head. Complainant was taken to the hospital.

2000 block E. Tulpehocken – two Comcast cable boxes, CDs, medications and $50 stolen from a 2002 Hyundai Elantra stolen.

400 block E. Upsal St. – iPod, Blackberry cell phone, iPod Touch, keys and $10 stolen from a 2004 Pontiac Bonneville.

6100 block Belfield Ave. – a man was murdered. Police found the complainant with multiple gunshot wounds. Complaiant was shot twice in the back and once in the front. Complainant was rushed to the hospital. He was pronounced at 11:17 p.m.

Unit block E. Haines St. – complainant said her boyfriend slammed her head into a brick wall. Complaiant was taken to the hospital. Offender was gone when police arrived.

300 block Glen Echo Road – complainant said a man ran up behind him, grabbed a bottle off the ground and swung it at the complainant’s head. Complainant raised his hand at that point and the bottle hit the complainant in the left elbow. The offender then hit the complainant in the mouth, knocking a tooth out.

500 block W. Mt. Airy Ave. – two computers, cell phone chargers, two iPods, Nintendo Wii and five games stolen from the property.

1600 block E. Mount Airy Ave. – 2001 Ford Crown Victoria stolen between 12-6:15 a.m. June 7.

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