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Crime log: May 20, 2020

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.

April 27 through May 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

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There were no reported robberies.

There were eight reported aggravated assaults, which resulted in two arrests. Tyrese Johnson, 31, was arrested May 6 following an assault with a handgun at 1700 Vista St., and Junior Germain, 22, was arrested May 6 following a domestic assault on the street at 5800 Hasbrook Ave. Assaults happened on the street at 600 Rosalie St. (May 1) and twice at 1700 Vista St. (May 3), at private residences at 1400 Wellington St. (April 29) and 7200 Tabor Road (April 29), and at an apartment house at 700 Adams Ave. (May 3).

There were 10 burglaries, most of which took place at private residences at 1300 Englewood St. (May 4), 1400 Wellington St. (May 1), 7200 Rutland St. (May 7), 7000 Kindred St. (April 28), 1200 Magee Ave. (April 30), 6400 Roosevelt Blvd. (May 8), 6100 Bingham St. (May 9), 1400 Longshore Ave. (April 28) and 1200 Greeby St. (May 5), and at a gas station at 6300 Oxford Ave. (May 7).

There were 62 thefts, which targeted 28 vehicles (including eight stolen vehicle tags), 25 businesses, five street thefts, two private residences and a hotel/motel. Three arrests were made.

7th Police District

A robbery with a handgun occurred on the highway at 11000 Roosevelt Blvd. on May 7.

Angel Soto, 22, was arrested following an aggravated assault with a handgun at a private residence at 1800 Bergen St.

There were eight burglaries and one attempt, which resulted in three arrests. Azizjon Mansurov, 27, and Ozod Mansurov, 25, were arrested May 7 following two burglaries at an apartment house at 2400 Tremont St. Taray Herring, 46, was arrested May 8 following a burglary at a private residence at 9900 Medway Road. Other burglaries happened at a gas station at 9800 Bustleton Ave. (May 5), a skating rink at 11500 Roosevelt Blvd. (April 30), a grocery store at 10600 Bustleton Ave. (May 6), a restaurant at 1900 Welsh Road (May 8) and a storage facility at 1200 Byberry Road (May 9) as well as an attempt at a private residence at 1100 Hower Lane (May 7).

There were 30 thefts, which targeted 15 vehicles, 11 businesses, three street thefts and an apartment house. In addition, three vehicles were reported stolen, and one was recovered.

8th Police District

There were no reported robberies.

There were three aggravated assaults, which happened on the street at 2900 Welsh Road on May 5 with a handgun, at a private residence at 3800 Linden Ave. on April 30 with a knife and at a prison facility at 8300 State Road on May 5.

There were five burglaries, which took place at a private residence at 4300 Ashburner St. (May 2), a commercial garage at 9100 Marshall St. (April 28), twice at a public school at 3800 Woodhaven Road (April 30 and May 2) and a building under construction at 9100 Roosevelt Blvd. (April 30). There were also two attempts, which happened at an apartment house at 2600 Welsh Road (May 6) and a residential garage at 8800 Brous Ave. (May 5).

There were 45 thefts, which targeted 21 vehicles (including three stolen vehicle tags and a stolen car phone), 17 businesses, two street thefts, a private residence, an apartment house, a bicycle and a building under construction. Four arrests were made.

15th Police District

There were 10 robberies, which resulted in two arrests. Edward Jackson-Porter, 27, was arrested May 10 following a robbery on the street at 5200 Frankford Ave., and Carlos Santiago-Camacho, 35, was arrested May 2 following a robbery with a knife at a drugstore at 6300 Frankford Ave. Other robberies happened on the street at the intersection of Hegerman and Howell streets (April 27) and 6500 Torresdale Ave. (May 2), both of which involved handguns, 2500 Church St. (April 28), which involved a weapon, and at 6600 Edmund St. (April 28). Other robberies happened at apartment houses at 5000 Griscom St. (May 3), which involved a handgun, and 1500 Wakeling St. (May 1), a gas station at 3900 Roosevelt Blvd. (May 8) and a mini market at 4700 Knorr St. (May 6). 

There were 18 aggravated assaults, which resulted in 11 arrests. Assaults on the street happened at 7100 Erdrick St. (April 28, Carmelo Ocasio, 42), 4800 Tyson Ave. (April 29), 1300 Pratt St. (April 29), 4500 Wellington St. (May 5), 3300 Hartel Ave. (May 8) and 5200 Saul St. (May 10), all of which involved handguns, as well as at 4200 Tackawanna St. (May 3, Ricardo Revis, 44), which involved a knife, and a domestic assault at the intersection of Bristol and Richmond streets (April 29). Assaults at private residences happened at 4100 Levick St. (April 28, Yousseff Lopez, 24), 4700 Loring St. (May 9), 6300 Cardiff St. (May 1) and 4900 Frankford Ave. (May 9). Assaults at apartment houses happened at 3500 Hartel Ave. (April 30, Frederick Abello, 36), 1300 Harrison St. (May 4, Isaiah Walker, 20), 3300 Decatur St. (May 5, Melissa Fryling, 47, and Bennet Slack, 58), 4900 Longshore Ave. (May 10, Michael Stein, 54) and 1300 Arrott St. (May 10, Sherman Pointer, 34). An assault also took place at a rooming house/shelter at 7900 State Road (May 10, Michael Stein, 54).

There were six burglaries, which occurred at private residences at 4900 Knorr St. (April 29), 4300 Vista St. (May 10, Michael P. Fusco, 41), 2800 Sandyford Ave. (May 4, Matthew Houston, 33) and 4700 Loring St. (May 7). Other burglaries happened at an apartment house at 3900 Roosevelt Blvd. (May 1) and on the street at 1100 Orthodox St. (May 1).

There were 101 thefts, which targeted 49 vehicles (including 16 stolen vehicle tags and two stolen car phones), 25 street thefts (including a purse snatching), 16 businesses, eight private residences, a park, a SEPTA elevated station and an unlisted location. Three arrests were made. In addition, 21 vehicles were reported stolen, and 20 were recovered. Two arrests were made.

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