Crime log: Nov. 28, 2018

The Northeast Times provides an overview of crimes reported to the four police districts in the Northeast. The details are based on reports compiled by the Northeast Detectives division of the Philadelphia Police Department.

Nov. 12 through 25

As reported by Northeast Detectives. Does not include homicides, sexual assaults, narcotics offenses or other specific crimes investigated by special police units. All locations listed by block, not by exact address.

2nd Police District

There were seven robberies. Most took place on the street, at 500 Longshore Ave. (Nov. 22) involving a handgun, 1400 Lardner St. (Nov. 21), 1500 Hellerman St. (Nov. 23) and a vehicle robbery involving a handgun at 6900 Eastwood St. (Nov. 14). Two restaurants were robbed at 7500 Bustleton Ave. (Nov. 13) and 700 Adams Ave. (Nov. 17). A gas station at 2200 Cottman Ave. was robbed with a handgun on Nov. 25.

There were 10 aggravated assaults, which resulted in five arrests. Some took place at private residences, including domestic assaults at 2200 Glenview St. (Nov. 15), 1100 Hellerman St. (Nov. 12, Edward Jackson-Porter, 25) and 5900 Alma St. (Nov. 17, Ricardo Jimenez, 48). An assault involving a handgun took place at a private residence at 500 Fanshawe St. (Nov. 19) and an assault involving a knife took place a private residence at 5500 Miriam Road (Nov. 24, Chesnei Dassous, 28). The other assaults took place on the street, including an assault involving a handgun at 1600 Faunce St. on Nov. 23, which resulted in the arrests of Raheem Bullock, 19, and Shakur Bullock, 21. Other assaults that took place on the street and involved handguns happened at 800 Granite St. (Nov. 16), twice at 1000 Levick St. (Nov. 22) and 5500 Whitaker Ave. (Nov. 25).

Five of the seven burglaries targeted private residences. These took place at 1400 Vista St. (Nov. 13), 6800 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 16), 7000 Oakley St. (Nov. 20), 2100 Unruh Ave. (Nov. 20) and an attempt at 5800 Hasbrook Ave. (Nov. 14). A food store at 700 Adams Ave. was burglarized Nov. 12, and a retail store at 2400 Rhawn St. was burglarized Nov. 16.

There were 71 thefts, which targeted 36 vehicles (including four stolen vehicle tags and a phone), 27 businesses, three street thefts, two private residences, two public schools and a bicycle. Police made 22 arrests related to thefts. In addition, 18 vehicles were reported stolen, 11 of which have been recovered.

7th Police District

Of the three robberies, two took place on the street at 8600 Verree Road (Nov. 13) and the intersection of Welsh Road and Old Bustleton Ave. (Nov. 23). A chain food store at the intersection of Castor and Solly avenues was robbed Nov. 14.

All three aggravated assaults took place on the street. These happened at 1900 Byberry Road on Nov. 20, which involved a handgun, 9100 Old Bustleton Ave. on Nov. 12 and 8400 Roosevelt Blvd. on Nov. 24.

Most of the four burglaries took place at apartment houses. Danae Arico, 30, was arrested following a burglary at an apartment house at 9600 Bustleton Ave. on Nov. 17. Others took place at 8500 Rising Sun Ave. (Nov. 17) and 9800 Haldeman Ave. (Nov. 19). An auto dealer at 2000 Grant Ave. was burglarized Nov. 19.

There were 24 thefts, which targeted 12 vehicles (including a stolen car phone and vehicle tag), nine businesses, two street thefts and a hotel. In addition, two vehicles were reported stolen, and both have been recovered.

8th Police District

There were four robberies. Two took place on the street at 3200 Chesterfield Road (Nov. 23), which involved a handgun, and 2900 Welsh Road (Nov. 12), which involved a knife. A private residence at 3000 Byberry Road was robbed on Nov. 22, and a rooming house or shelter at 4200 Welsh Road was robbed Nov. 17.

There were nine aggravated assaults, which resulted in five arrests. These took place mostly on the street, at 8100 Leon St. (Nov. 19, Donnell Mitchell, 47) which involved a handgun, 12900 Old Townsend Road (Nov. 13, Christopher Peden, 45) which involved a knife, 12100 Rambler Road (Nov. 13, Violeta Ulloa, 36), 11200 Academy Road (Nov. 17), 2700 Red Lion Road (Nov. 20), 9200 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 22), all of which involved weapons, and 1400 Franklin Mills Circle (Nov. 19), which did not involve a weapon. A domestic assault took place at an apartment house at 8100 Ditman St. (Nov. 24) and resulted in the arrest of Keith Armbruster, 32. An assault on police took place at 8700 Crispin St. (Nov. 13) and resulted in the arrest of Patrick McGuinn, 66.

Most of the seven burglaries took place at apartment houses or private residences. Burglaries at private residences took place at 8700 Ditman St. (Nov. 21), 3300 Byberry Road (Nov. 22) and 9400 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 12), the latter of which resulted in the arrest of Kathleen Minio, 42. Apartment houses were burglarized at 4600 Kendrick St. (Nov. 18) and 4000 Blakiston St. (Nov. 13). A chain store at 2900 Southampton Road was burglarized Nov. 20, and a restaurant at 400 Franklin Mills Circle was burglarized Nov. 24.

There were 45 thefts, which targeted 17 vehicles (including a stolen car phone and three vehicle tags), 12 businesses, five street thefts, two private residences, two apartment houses, two parking lots or garages, two colleges or universities, a doctor’s office, an office building and an unspecified location. One arrest was made. In addition, 11 vehicles were stolen, seven of which have been recovered. One arrest was made.

15th Police District

There were 10 robberies, most of which took place on the street. Trayvon Mays, 26, Markeyta A. Scott, 43, and Marquan Scott, 24, were arrested following a robbery on the street at 7000 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 18). Other robberies on the street happened at 4000 Higbee St. (Nov. 12), 4300 Factory St. (Nov. 25) and a vehicle robbery at 2800 Fanshawe St. (Nov. 22), all of which involved handguns; 1600 Womrath St. (Nov. 14), which involved a knife; 1300 Foulkrod St. (Nov. 12), which involved a weapon; and 7500 Torresdale Ave. (Nov. 15), 5200 Oxford Ave. (Nov. 15), which involved no weapons. Private residences were robbed at at 4500 Higbee St. (Nov. 17) and 4900 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 18), the former of which involved a handgun.

There were 15 aggravated assaults, which resulted in six arrests. Assaults that took place on the street happened at 4300 Comly St. (Nov. 14), 5200 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 16, Shafic Fletcher, 24), 6000 Hawthorne St. (Nov. 17) the intersection of Hawthorne and Barnett streets (Nov. 17), 1300 Ruan St. (Nov. 19) and 4700 Oxford Ave. (Nov. 22), all of which involved handguns; 7900 Marsden St. (Nov. 20, Kelvin Crutchfield, 28), which involved a knife; and assaults at a Delaware Express Ramp (Nov. 22) and 6800 Cottage St. (Nov. 13), which did not involve weapons. The rest took place at private residences at 1500 Foulkrod St. (Nov. 18, Sasha Graham, 25), 7800 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 24, Mackean Matthews, 23), 1700 Orthodox St. (Nov. 25), 5400 Horrocks St. (Nov. 17), 6800 Revere St. (Nov. 15, Wang Weiyu, 22) and 3200 Cottman Ave. (Nov. 17, Rian Bryson, 21).

There were 16 burglaries, most of which took place at private residences or apartment houses. Burglaries at private residences took place at 1600 Unity St. (Nov. 16, Bayok Haynes, 37), 1600 Dyre St. (Nov. 22), 3200 Brighton St. (Nov. 22), 4700 Loring St. (Nov. 12), 1600 Wakeling St. (Nov. 12), 4400 Unruh Ave. (Nov. 17), 3100 Wellington St. (Nov. 19), 2000 Margaret St. (Nov. 25) and 6700 Jackson St. (Nov. 24). Burglaries at apartment houses took place at 4700 Longshore Ave. (Nov. 14) and 4700 Leiper St. (Nov. 19). The rest took place at a factory/warehouse at 7300 Milnor St. (Nov. 18, Anthony Quinn, 33), retail places at 5300 Oxford Ave. (Nov. 22) and 7300 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 24), a storage facility at 6300 Tacony St. (Nov. 16) and an unlisted location at 4200 Aramingo Ave. (Nov. 23).

There were 78 thefts, which targeted 29 vehicles (including five stolen vehicle tags), 22 businesses, 14 street thefts (including a pickpocketing), nine private residences, two bicycles, an apartment house and a parking meter. Eight arrests were made. In addition, 33 vehicles were reported stolen, 25 of which have been recovered. Four arrests were made. ••

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