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40th PCT.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 12:45 a.m. – 563 Cauldwell Ave. An undercover Bronx police officer arrested a suspect while in possession of a 32-caliber revolver. Once the weapon was in police custody, it was vouched so that it can be used as evidence during the court hearing.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 2:05 a.m. – St. Ann’s Ave. and East 140 St. A 30 year old Hispanic male was arrested after he was found in possession of two illegal firearms. Edwin Vasquez was nabbed along with two 380-caliber pistols.

41st PCT.

THURS, OCT. 23rd, 5:40 p.m. – Randall Ave. and Drake St. A 38-caliber revolver was removed from the Hunts Point section with the arrest of its owner. Local patrol officers made the arrest.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 6:59 p.m. – Faile St. and Hunts Point Ave. A 25-year-old black woman reported that she had been shot. Responding police officers learned that the woman was struck in her right leg. The weapon was apparently a ‘BB’ gun. A ‘BB’ also struck a second victim, a Hispanic woman, at a building on Manida St. Both females had minor injuries. Detectives are investigating.

42nd PCT.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 8:20 p.m. – 3218 Third Ave. Police looking into a homicide had sufficient leads to arrest a suspect. A 21 year black male was rushed to Lincoln Medical Center after being stabbed in the chest. The young man expired at the hospital official reported. Responding police officers arrested a suspect and recovered the possible murder weapon.

MON, OCT. 27th, 12:00 a.m. – 1717 West Farms Rd. Authorities are looking into the death of a Hispanic male. The body of a 62-year-old male was discovered inside a parked vehicle. A search was conducted by police officials while the Medical Examiner’s office performed an autopsy on the man. It was deemed that the death was not suspicious.

43rd PCT.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 11:05 p.m. – 1544 Thieriot Ave. A 16-year-old black female was shot in the right shoulder according to responding police officers. The teenager was transported to Jacobi Medical Center where she received medical treatment for the wound. Local detectives are assigned to conduct the inquiry.

MON, OCT. 27th, 11:55 p.m. – 1808 Archer St. Police are looking for the person who discharged a gun. The bullets damaged property only officials report. No one was reported injured.

44th PCT.

FRI, OCT. 24th, 12:05 a.m. – Clay Ave. and East 168 St. An undercover police officer arrested a suspect who was in possession of an illegal gun. Recovered and vouched by police was a 9-mm pistol.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 4:15 a.m. – Grand Concourse and East 170 St. One driver was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated officials reported. Three vehicle collided at the busy intersection. One of the vehicles, a private ambulance, flipped over on its side authorities indicated. Three persons were removed and treated at Saint Barnabas Hospital. None of the injured suffered from serious injuries, but officials are looking into this incident.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 11:20 a.m. – 973 Teller Ave. Authorities are looking into a stabbing. A black male was stabbed once in the neck and transported to Lincoln Medical Center. Hospital officials indicated that the man was in critical, but stable condition later on in the day.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 2:30 p.m. – 1378 Walton Ave. A search was conducted for the culprit who robbed a local produce store. One of the culprits displayed a gun, but kept it in the waistband. The thief, fled with a $100 in cash. No injuries were reported.

MON, OCT. 27th, 7:55 a.m. – 974 Anderson Ave. Detectives were busy trying to fit all the pieces of the puzzle together. Apparently a Hispanic female was pistol whipped by a male whom she has been living with. The woman then in turned stabbed the man with a screwdriver. Medical care was provided and charges were pressed against the pair.

MON, OCT. 27th, 7:15 p.m. - 1227 Webster Ave. A black male robbed over a hundred dollars from the Family Dollar Store. The unknown thief ran off with the cash after displaying a gun during the event.

TUES, OCT. 28th, 7:20 a.m. - 1068 Gerard Ave. U.S. Marshals arrested two suspects while executing an arrest warrant, and city police made an additional arrest for illegal weapon possession. Local authorities recovered a gun and ammunition.

TUES, OCT. 28th, 7:45 p.m. – 1020 Walton Ave. Another handgun was taken off Bronx streets. Local police recovered this time a 38-caliber revolver.

45th PCT.

FRI, OCT. 24th, 9:35 a.m. – East Tremont and Coddington Aves. A vehicle’s wheel ran over the foot of a traffic agent. Investors indicated to incident to be an accident, and the motorist escaped arrest. The traffic officer refused medical assistance.

MON, OCT. 27th, 12:45 p.m. – 3681 East Tremont Ave. Additional police officers were deployed into the Throggs Neck community after a bank was robbed. The culprit, described as a Hispanic male, about five foot nine, indicated that he had a gun, but never displayed the weapon. The thief fled on foot westbound along East Tremont Ave. Local police officers also requested the assistance from a police helicopter, and a K-9 unit.

46th PCT.

WED, OCT. 22nd, - 1721 Grand Ave. Detectives are looking into a shooting that claimed a life. A male was found suffering from a bullet wound and transported to St. Barnabas Hospital where he expired. A search was conducted for two black males seen fleeing the area. Additional police officers were dispatched into the area to help with the search. The shooting occurred in the building’s lobby investigators indicated.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 5:30 a.m. – A Latino woman informed investigators that she had been raped. The sexual attack occurred when the woman when down the stairwell to pick up food that she had ordered.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 11:25 p.m. – 117 Featherbed Lane. Two male culprits robbed a Chinese restaurant at gunpoint. The pair fled with an unknown amount of money without causing any injuries. Detectives will conduct the inquiry.

TUES, OCT. 28th, 5:10 p.m. – 108 Field Pl. A 22-caliber semi-automatic pistol was taken off Bronx streets thanks to the effects of a local police officer. One arrest was made besides the weapon was recovered.

47th PCT.

FRI, OCT. 24th, - 1356 Hicks St. Police officers were dispatched after a report was received that indicated that shots ad been fired. Arriving officers were unable to locate any victims, but they did arrest a suspect.

48th PCT.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 4:15 p.m. – 1000 East Tremont Ave. Authorities are looking into an incident where a bullet was fired through a window. Officials were concerned since the bullet entered a school. No injuries were reported.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 9:15 p.m. – Washington Ave. and East Tremont Ave. A 21-year-old Hispanic male was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital. The young male had been shot in the back and reported to be in stable condition at the medical facility.

49th PCT.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 2:30 p.m. – 1400 Pelham Parkway South. City police officers responded to assist with a search on the grounds of Jacobi Medical Center. Hospital police officers assigned to Jacobi reported that a 22-year-old man had disappeared from one of the secured wards. A search of the area was conducted but police came up empty handed.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 7:50 p.m. – White Plains Rd. and Morris Park Ave. Emergency units responded to assist a person who was struck by a vehicle. Officials reported that the victim had a partial amputation to both legs.

50th PCT.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 2:45 a.m. – 2590 Bailey Ave. Law enforcement officers are looking into the attempted robbery of a neighborhood gas station. Two black males armed with shotguns attempted to rob the service station. While in the station’s office, a round was fired from one of the guns. The two culprits fled empty handed without taking any money with them.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 3:25 p.m. – Henry Hudson Pkwy. and West 246 St. The northbound lanes of the Henry Hudson Parkway were closed by emergency crews after parts of a structure fell onto the roadway. City inspectors were summoned to the scene to determine the status of the involved structure. Traffic was detoured off of the roadway for over two hours.

FRI, OCT. 24th, 7:00 p.m. – 3925 Sedgwick Ave. Bronx police officers came to the assistance of police officers from the city of White Plains. The Westchester law enforcement officers followed a vehicle into the Bronx after it was stolen in White Plains. Two males exited the vehicle fleeing in another vehicle, then on foot. Two vehicle were recovered and one of the suspects was arrested by police officers. Two police officers from the 50th Pct. were treated for minor injuries.

52nd PCT.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 11:05 a.m. – 90 West 225 St. Additional police officer were redeployed into the Marble Hill section after a black male robbed a bank. The man, believed to be in his thirties, fled from the Washington Mutual Bank with $150 in cash. The thief was reported wearing a blue hoodies. No injuries were reported.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 6:30 p.m. – Briggs Ave. and East 198 St. A black male walked into Montifiore Hospital seeking medical assistance. The unidentified male had been shot in the right thigh. Additional police officers were deployed into the area to help search for the culprit. Detectives have been assigned to handle the inquiry.

THURS, OCT. 23rd, 3:45 p.m. – Grand Concourse and East Kingsbridge Rd. A suspect was arrested as officials continue the search for a second suspect. Two Hispanic males in there twenties carjacked a vehicle at gunpoint from a 27-year-old Latino man. The culprits fled in the victim’s vehicle. Police arrested one suspect and are looking for the second male.

THURS, OCT. 23rd, 3:55 p.m. – Webster Ave. and East Bedford Park Blvd. A police officer was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital. The hospital’s medical staff examined the officer after being injured in a vehicle accident. The officer was diagnosed to have suffered minor injuries.

SAT, OCT. 25th, 3:00 a.m. – 2301 Jerome Ave. Two culprits were arrested by police officers looking into a stabbing. Responding officers found a 21-year-old Latino male who had been stabbed twice needing assistance. The young man was suffering stab wounds to the shoulder and back areas when he arrived at St. Barnabas Hospital.

SUN, OCT. 26th, 2:10 a.m. - Webster Ave. and East 199 St. Authorities are looking into an incident where a Hispanic male had been stabbed. Detectives have been assigned to conduct an inquiry.

Housing

MON, OCT. 27th, 3:50 p.m. – 1870 Schieffelin Ave. Police officers assigned to Housing’s PSA # 8 are receiving assistance from Detectives from the 47t Pct. Squad. The police are trying to gather all the information that lead to a 42-year-old black woman stabbing an 68-year-old Caucasian male. The injured man was admitted to Jacobi Medical Center with a stab wound to the chest. The woman was arrested.

MON, OCT. 27th, 6:00 p.m. – A 14 year old girl informed Housing PSA # 7 officers that she had been raped. The young teen told investigators that the attack occurred in the hallway of a Housing Authority building. An investigation is underway.

Fire Log

WED, OCT. 22nd, 8:04 a.m. – 2400 Bronx Park East. An additional ladder company was requested to assist at the scene of a working fire since window bars were effecting rescue operations in a building near Warring Ave. Battalion 15 ordered two hose lines to be stretched and within minutes the flames disappeared and the incident was declared under control around 8:20 a.m.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 2:16 p.m. – Olmstead and Lacombe Aves. Ambulance crews from the Fire Dept’s Emergency Medical Service treated 13 persons who were injured in a vehicle mishap. The crews from five ambulances treated the victims.

WED, OCT. 22nd, 6:55 p.m. – 918 East 232 St. A fire was reported in the Wakefield section. Battalion 15 reported that the blaze was in a three-story dwelling. Firefighting units from several stations were dispatched to battle the blaze that did damage to the structure. Within an hour all firefighting units left the scene.

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