Man jumped in back alley: On June 18, at 6:29 p.m., after a man left the McGuffey Market on East Hudson and McGuffey Road, he got into a fight with another man who had been waiting out in front of the store.
Man shoots woman in the buttocks: On June 18, at about 7:16 p.m., a 43 year old woman was sitting on her porch on Arlington Ave., when a man in a gray car, pulled up and got out. There was a brief verbal exchange and the man took out a pistol and shot her in the butt. The woman was taken to a near by hospital and treated.
Nasty argument leads to stabbing with big O’ knife: On June 14, around 1 a.m., police were called to an apartment in the 4500 block of Lakeside Street, where a 37 year old man had been stabbed in his chest with a large knife following a nasty argument with another man. The victim was taken to Grant Hospital and is in stable condition.
Brazen bandit goes “three-peat” robbing UDF Stores: On June 16, around 1:30 a.m., a man in his 30s with long brown hair and tattoos on both arms robbed 3 United Dairy Farmer Stores in the same day. The last stick up was at the West Broad Street location. The thug first robbed the UDF store on Wilson Road, the second on Georgesville Road.
Pervert in plaid pajamas crawls in woman’s bedroom window: On June16, around 11:50 p.m. a 56 years old, woman in the Stirling Bridge Apartments, called and reported that a man in his 20s wearing plaid pajamas and a grey hoodie had cut the screen and crawled through the window. He beat her and then tried to rape her. She fought the pervert off and he left running west bound.
Two women bust caps at two dudes in drive by: On June 16, at about 9:36 p.m., after a heated argument in a gas station, two women followed a man, age 36 and another age 20, to a location in the 3000 block of Gerbert Road and fired several shoots at the men and sped off. Although neither of the men was hit in the gunplay, they both were seriously shook up.
Thug hides in flea market until after closing: On June 11, after 9 p.m., a rogue came out of his hiding place after the flea market on West Broad Street had closed. The thief then broke into a display case that contained some silver coins and stole about
$ 3,000 dollars worth of valuable collator’s pieces. He then broke out of the market through a locked door, but the rogue was caught on camera and the police are looking for him.
Man jumped in back alley: On June 18, at 6:29 p.m., after a man left the McGuffey Market on East Hudson and McGuffey Road, he got into a fight with another man who had been waiting out in front of the store. When the battle ended, the man walked down an alley behind the store, but was met at the other end and ambushed by the same man who had been waiting earlier.
Little bitty woman robs store at knife point: Around 2:15 in the afternoon, on June 19, a small woman walked into a store in the 5100 block of East Main Street, gave the employee a note demanding cash and flashed a knife. The clerk complied and the little woman dropped the knife, ran out the store, jumped into a gray car and sped away.
Robber wanted more money than the clerk gave him: On May 9, 2001, at about 9:40 p.m., a man walked into the Subway restaurant on Tussing Road and showed the clerk an old looking pistol. When the employee gave him what was in the register, the crook demanded the cash that was in the safe in the back. The crook got away with about
Words with passing motorist prompts gunfire: On June 18, about 9:21 p.m., a man was standing in front of a building on North Central Avenue, when another man drove by. As the car passed the man standing said something smart to the driver. When the car backed up for further action, it was met with a hail of gunfire from the man in front of the building. No one was hurt in the melee.
Man in busted raggedy Buick and no insurance hits new Ford Focus: At 7:09 a.m., on June 20, an angry woman called from 75th and Union Avenue, and reported that a man driving a big O’ raggedy blue Buick with no insurance had ran into her new white Ford Focus and she is pissed!
People upstairs gon fight the folks downstairs: On June 20, a 911 was received from a house in the 3600 block of West 54th Street, reporting that the people upstairs were having trouble with the folks downstairs’ and they’re getting ready to fight.
Social worker needs help with juvenile: On June 20, around 7 a.m., a social worker called police asking for help with a run-a-way juvenile who was giving her a problem. The worker said she’ll be waiting in a gold car parked on the street in the 1500 block of Crawford Road.
Alarm alerts burglar in Marshall’s at Steel Yard Commons: On June 20, around 7:11 a.m., an alarm company called and reported that somebody had entered the Marshall’s Department Store at the Steel Yard and had set off the burglar alarm. A car was sent to check it out.
14 year old run-a-way, runs her butt right back Home: On June 20, around 7:08 a.m., a 14 year old girl’s mother in the 10100 section of North Boulevard, called and reported that her daughter who was reported missing had returned home and she just wanted to report her being back.
Neighbors report big Doberman running loose on Invermere: On June 20, around 12:20 p.m., there were several calls from residents on the street that there was a big Doberman Pincher dog running loose in the area, near the corner of Jo Ann Drive. Animal control was sent out.
Boy screaming and hollin’ at his mama: On June 20, at around 7:38 a.m., a mother in the 2200 of block East 95th Street, called and reported that her 15 year old son was out off control and he is screaming and hollering at her.
Somebody is in the house: On June 20, at around 7:40 a.m., an alarm company reported that somebody had just entered a home in the 2700 block of East 127th Street and they were not sure who it is. A car was sent out to investigate.
The front door is open at the Check cashing place: On June 20, at around 7:49 a.m., the alarm company for the Ace Check Cashing Company reported that there was an alert that the front door to the store was open, and nobody should be there at this time.
‘What the hay’ is all over the road?: On June 20, at about 7:50 a.m., several passing motorist reported that there were multiple bundles of hay that fell off of a truck and were all over the road on I-176 near Spring Road and Denison Avenue.
Someone damaged a woman’s 89, burgundy Bonneville: Around 8 a.m., a woman on Melverton Road reported that her classic 1989, burgundy Pontiac Bonneville, was damaged during the night, and she wants to report it.
Grown man busted for stealing $ 19.00 baseball cap: On June 6, around 4:09 p.m., a security camera in Macy’s showed a man removing the price tags for a kaki colored baseball cap. The man then put the cap on his head and wore it out passing all pay stations. Once outside, the officer busted him for theft. Although the cap cost less than 20 bucks, Macy’s is going to prosecute.
Cell phone thief wasn’t “Crazy, Sexy or Cool”: On June 6 at 5:20 p.m., an angry man on Raymont Blvd., called and reported that he believed that a man sent out to repair the front windshield of his car had stole his expensive cell phone. The man reported that the phone left when the repairman left. When the phone was later retrieved it had a photo of Left Eye from the group TLC plastered on the screen.
Children stealing from they mama: On June 8 around 3:56 p.m., a mother in the 3900 block of Bushnell Road, called and reported that somebody in her house had stole $ 10.00 out of her purse. The woman has 5 children which range from age 15years to 10 months old and she believes that “one of them been stealin from me.” A report was taken.
Thieves break in while man out walking his dog: On June 8, at about 6:16 p.m., a caller on Raymont Boulevard reported that thieves had broken into his house while he was out walking his dog. He said when he returned home the side door window had been busted out and somebody had ram shacked his house and stole several items.
Man’s house burglarized by his boy while in jail: On June 10, around 9:58 p.m. a man called and reported that someone had burglarized his house while he was in jail for about 10 days. The man stated that there was no forced entry and he believes that a friend who had been living with him for a month was the thief.