Crime log: Nov. 13, 2019

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.

Crime log: Nov. 13, 2019

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.

Oct. 28 through Nov. 10

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 11 robberies. Tony Moody, 55, was arrested Nov. 2 following a robbery of a chain retail store involving a handgun at 5600 Rising Sun Ave. Robberies on the street involving handguns took place at 1000 Devereaux Ave. (Nov. 1), 1400 Cottman Ave. (Nov. 5), 2200 Cottman Ave. (Nov. 5), 900 Longshore Ave. (Nov. 5), 7400 Loretto Ave. (Nov. 8) and 500 E. Godfrey Ave. (Nov. 9); a robbery with a knife took place at 2100 Cottman Ave. (Nov. 8); and robberies with no weapons happened at the intersection of Faunce Street and Algon Avenue (Nov. 2) and 6700 Castor Ave. (Nov. 2). A private residence at 500 Rosalie St. was robbed Nov. 6.

There were 19 aggravated assaults that yielded three arrests. Assaults involving handguns happened on the street at 5700 Langdon St. (Oct. 31), three times at 2300 Cottman Ave. (twice on Nov. 1 and once on Nov. 3, with Ashley Rodriguez, 27, being arrested Nov. 3), four times at 4600 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 2), the intersection of Summerdale and Godfrey avenues (Nov. 6) and 900 Stevens Terrace (Nov. 9). Other assaults on the street happened at 7300 Hasbrook Ave. (Nov. 3) that involved a knife and 5800 Langdon St. (Nov. 7) that did not involve a weapon. Domestic assaults at private residences happened at 5200 Montour St. (Oct. 28), 2000 Oakmont St. (Oct. 29), 1100 Longshore Ave. (Nov. 2, Wilson Jaramilo-Arcila, 55) and 5900 Newtown Ave. (Nov. 9) as well as an assault with no weapon at 6600 Eastwood St. (Nov. 7, Jacqueline Velez, 44). Two assaults took place on a SEPTA bus/trolley at 2300 Cottman Ave. (Oct. 29) and the intersection of Bustleton and Cottman avenues (Oct. 30).

There were seven burglaries, three of which took place at private residences at 5400 Bingham St. (Oct. 29), 600 Levick St. (Oct. 30) and 1100 Hellerman St. (Nov. 4). The rest happened at an apartment house at 1000 Fanshawe St. (Oct. 30), a gas station at 6300 Castor Ave. (Oct. 28), an office building at 4600 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 5) and a retail location at 4600 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 5).

There were 76 thefts, which targeted 34 vehicles (including six stolen vehicle tags), 23 businesses, seven private residences, seven street thefts, three bicycles, a public school and an unlisted location. Ten arrests were made.

7th Police District

There were two robberies. Dwayne Jackson, 28, was arrested Nov. 6 following a robbery of a department store at 10000 Roosevelt Blvd. with a handgun. The other robbery happened on the street at 600 Rhawn St. on Oct. 31.

The three aggravated assaults happened on the street at 8000 Bustleton Ave. (Nov. 1) with a handgun and at 10100 Bustleton Ave. (Oct. 29), and a domestic assault at a private residence at 11900 Dumont Road (Oct. 29).

There was one burglary and one attempt. Nicholas Reale, 26, and William Reale, 26, were arrested Oct. 31 following a burglary attempt at a private residence at 9600 Chapelcroft St. A private residence at 200 Byberry Road was burglarized Oct. 28.

There were 19 thefts, which targeted 12 vehicles, four businesses, a private residence, an apartment house and a purse snatching. One arrest was made. In addition, one vehicle was recovered.

8th Police District

There were six robberies. Jason Usilton, 33, was arrested Oct. 29 following a robbery of a chain food store at 9700 Roosevelt Blvd. Robberies took place on the street at 9000 Frankford Ave. (Oct. 30) and the intersection of Fairdale and Barbary roads (Nov. 9), a gas station at 8700 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 10), a private residence at 8000 Erdrick St. (Nov. 10) and a prison facility at 8100 State Road (Nov. 3).

There were 11 aggravated assaults, which yielded three arrests. Assaults on the street happened at 2800 Saxton Road (Nov. 3) and 4400 Tolbut St. (Nov. 4), both of which involved handguns; the intersection of Academy Road and Frankford Avenue (Oct. 31, Peter Burke, 49), 8200 State Road (Nov. 5), 3300 Fordham Road (Nov. 3) and 9200 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 3, John Doe, 40). Other assaults took place at private residences at 3300 Fordham Road (Nov. 3), 3600 Bandon Drive (Nov. 8, Steven Martin, 54) and 3700 Bellaire Road (Oct. 28), a prison facility at 8300 State Road (Nov. 2) and an unlisted location at 2700 Holme Ave. (Nov. 4).

The two reported burglaries took place at an apartment house at 3100 Grant Ave. (Nov. 8) and an auto dealer at 11200 Roosevelt Blvd. (Nov. 3), the latter of which resulted in the arrest of Juan Gonzalez, 49.

There were 34 thefts, which targeted 16 businesses, 11 vehicles (including a stolen vehicle tag), a hospital, a bicycle, a parking lot/garage, a public school, a nursing/retirement home and two unlisted locations. Four arrests were made. In addition, six vehicles were stolen, and five were recovered. One arrest was made.

15th Police District

There were 20 robberies, which resulted in two arrests. Khaleet Smalls, 23, was arrested Nov. 9 following a robbery on the street at 1600 Howell St. involving a handgun, and Marquis Warfield, 23, was arrested Oct. 28 following a robbery at the intersection of Disston and Keystone streets involving a knife. Robberies on the street involving handguns happened at 4300 Factory St. (Oct. 30), 2000 Bridge St. (Oct. 31), 6400 Charles St. (Nov. 2), 5900 Tacony St. (Nov. 2), 2100 Granite St. (Nov. 6) and 6900 Hegerman St. (Nov. 10), all of which involved handguns; 6700 Vandike St. (Nov. 4), which involved a knife; 5000 Griscom St. (Nov. 10), which involved a weapon; 5400 Charles St. (Oct. 29), 4000 E. Cheltenham Ave. (Oct. 31), 5300 Lesher St. (Nov. 2), 5300 Cottage St. (Nov. 3), 4800 Alcott St. (Nov. 5) and 5200 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 7), which did not involve weapons; a purse snatching at 2900 Elbridge St. (Nov. 2); and a robbery of a vehicle parked at 4200 Levick St. (Oct. 29) that involved a handgun. Other robberies took place at a drugstore at 1600 Bridge St. (Nov. 2) that involved a handgun and a chain retail store at 6400 Sackett St. (Oct. 31) that involved a handgun. 

There were 15 aggravated assaults. Thomas Reilly, 30, was arrested Nov. 1 following two assaults on the street at 6000 Torresdale Ave. involving a handgun. Assaults on the street involving handguns took place twice at 5700 Walker St. (Oct. 28), 7000 Algard St. (Oct. 29), 4900 Aramingo Ave. (Oct. 31), 7100 Walker St. (Oct. 31), 4900 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 1), 2000 Margaret St. (Nov. 6), 5400 Frankford Ave. (Nov. 9) and 5000 Cottage St. (Nov. 10); assaults on the street with knives happened at the intersection of Charles Street and Cheltenham Avenue (Oct. 31) and 1800 Margaret St. (Oct. 31); an assault with another weapon happened Oct. 31 on 4900 Comly St.; and a domestic assault happened Oct. 31 at 4300 Loring St. An assault involving a handgun also took place at a barbershop/beauty salon at 5700 Walker St. on Oct. 29.

There were 10 burglaries. Kellesha Day, 31, was arrested Nov. 5 following a burglary of a private residence at 2900 Lardner St., and Jacqueline Gambino, 37, was arrested Nov. 7 following a private residence burglary at 1600 Haworth St. Other private residence burglaries happened at 2200 Larue St. (Oct. 30), 5100 Pennway St. (Oct. 30), 2000 Wilmot St. (Nov. 1), 1700 Scattergood St. (Nov. 4), 1500 Foulkrod St. (Oct. 29) and 3100 Stirling St. (Nov. 3). A factory/warehouse at 7300 Milnor St. was burglarized Oct. 28, and a church/synagogue at 5700 Jackson St. was burglarized Oct. 29.

There were 87 thefts, which targeted 30 vehicles (including a stolen car phone and three stolen vehicle tags), 25 businesses, 18 street thefts (including a purse snatching), six private residences, two apartment houses, two bicycles, two SEPTA stations, a public school and a storage facility. Ten arrests were made.