3480 West School House Ln.
Offender was stopped and arrested at listed location after being positively ID’d for theft that occurred on 8/19. Transported was transported for processing. Stolen: Apple watch. Value: $749
35XX New Queen St.
Complainant was delivering food to listed location in his 2008 silver Honda CRV. While he was on the porch, two unknown black males in black clothing entered his vehicle and drove off with it. Value: $5,000
33XX Bowman St.
Complainant (41 y.o. white male) had an argument with neighbor at the rear of the property. Compl stated offender (59 y.o. white male) stepped out of his vehicle, approached compl and struck him with a blue baseball bat. Offender then took off in his vehicle. Compl refused medics. He was transported to NW Division.
4000 Gypsy Ln.
Complainant (41 y.o. Black male) was brought to hospital by witness. Witness states that compl. asked him to take him to the hospital after an altercation with offender (65 y.o. Black male). Witness states compl. told him that offender stabbed compl. Witness was taken back to scene to be interviewed by detectives.
34XX Indian Queen Ln.
Complainant parked 2019 gray Ford Escape at listed location. When she returned from walking her dog, she noticed her car was missing. Compl. has both keys to her vehicle. Value: $30,000
4100 Ridge Ave.
Complainant was selling listed offender an iPhone 11 Pro Max. Offender was in compl’s vehicle when he punched compl in the face and ran off with his iPhone and wallet (with $400 cash). Offender fled eastbound on 3600 Indian Queen. Compl stated he sold to offender at same location a month ago. Value: $1,300
3822 Ridge Ave.
Complainant a medic, responded to listed location to render medical assistance to offender, who began trying to punch compl. Police arrested offender. Compl’s left hand was damaged during assault.
5400 Wissahickon Ave.
Police responded to report of gunfire and accident at listed location. Complainant was traveling northbound on Wissahickon Ave. in silver Mercedes Benz when he heard loud bangs from unknown location. Vehicle was shot at least one time causing compl’s vehicle to strike another vehicle. Compl suffered minor injuries and was treated by Fire EMS on scene.
32XX Midvale. Ave.
Witness (neighbor) observed offender inside listed location while homeowner was away. window of property was smashed and back door open. Witness observed male leaving from inside the house with a shopping cart. Male was stopped by police in front of property. Owner was contacted and stated nobody had permission to be inside.
3400 Conrad St.
Complainant was getting into his 2020 gray Nissan Sentra when two unknown black offenders struck him with an unknown object and took his vehicle and keys and drove southbound on Conrad St. Value: $20,000
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
When complainant left listed location at approximately 5PM, door was locked and home secured. Upon return, door was broken and lock was broken, door also cracked. Police were contacted and walked through home, no offender on location. Compl stated jewelry, money, and other items were missing. Cameras on location. Stolen: Jewelry, Cartier watch, custom chain, cash. Value: $86,000
34XX East Falls Ln.
Complainant parked her 2014 white Honda Accord in front of listed location at 9:11PM. She returned on 8/3 at 7:30am and noticed the vehicle was missing. No one was authorized to use the vehicle. Tow files checked with negative results.
5400 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant states that unknown male was hanging around the front of her property before attempting to try and gain access through glass sliding door. Failing that, offender took American flag pole (value $30) from rear porch. Compl has security camera footage of incident. Scene processed with negative results.
From the files of the 39th District. Special thanks to Captain Anthony Ginaldi and the dedicated officers of his command for making this section possible.
If you notice suspicious activity, please call 911 immediately. Also call the 39th district at 215-686-3390 and ask for the Crime Prevention Officer.
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