THURS, FEB. 25th, 8:00 a.m. – 637 Eagle Ave. Police officers were dispatched to the back yard area after an elderly man took his own life. A relative found the 74 year old man hanging in the yard. Officials from the Medical Examiner’s Office deemed the death a suicide. Apparently the victim was suffering from cancer.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 5:20 a.m. – 860 Longwood Ave. Police officers were able to remove another semi-automatic pistol from local streets. This time with four arrests, a 25-caliber pistol was vouched as evidence for the pending court case.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 11:00 a.m. – 1246 Westchester Ave. Emergency personnel rushed a Hispanic male to Lincoln Medi-cal Center. The male was found hanging at the site and not breathing. Detectives are con-ducting an inquiry into the inci-dent.
SUN, FEB. 28th, 3:25 a.m. – 1152 Randall Ave. The medi-cal staff at Lincoln Medical Center treated a 27 year old black male who was suffering from a bullet wound to the back. Police officers at the shooting scene found a gun during the crime scene search.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 6:20 a.m. – Authorities aided a one year old infant by taking the baby to Jacobi Medical Center. Police investigators learned that the infant had been sexually assaulted by a 53 year old black male.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 4:00 p.m. – 1683 Boston Rd. A 33 year old black male was ar-rested after police officers found him in possession of a 9-mm pistol. The suspect can be facing a year in jail.
SUN, FEB. 28th, 9:30 p.m. – 1000 Trinity Ave. Detectives are conducting a homicide inquiry. A male was found bound inside an apartment, but expired shortly before 10:35 p.m. despite effects to assist him medically.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 9:00 a.m. – 1810 Watson Ave. A suspect decided to flee from members of the Bronx Warrants Squad who were looking to arrest the culprit. So knowing that police were knocking at the door, the unidentified culprit jumped from a third floor win-dow. The perpetrator received a broken leg.
FRI, FEB. 26th, 4:25 a.m. – 1160 Wheeler Ave. Detectives are looking for the person who shot a Hispanic male. The male victim was taken to Jacobi Medical Center where he was treated for a bullet wound to the hand.
MON, MARCH 1st, 8:00 a.m. – Sheridan Expwy. and Westchester Ave. An out of state government worker was arrested after being involved in a vehicle mishap. Police officers arrested a New Jersey Correc-tions Officer after the vehicle accident occurred. The govern-ment worker was charged with driving while intoxicated. Injuries at the scene were reported to be non-life threatening by EMS personnel.
MON, MARCH 1st, 9:11 a.m. – 1537 Bruckner Blvd. Police investigators are looking into the robbery of a pawn shop. Two black males robbed the business at gun point. Offi-cials indicated that two of the employees were injured by the culprits. One male victim was pistol whipped while another male was pushed to the ground. Additional police officers were deployed into the area to help search for the two culprits.
MON, MARCH 1st, 4:10 p.m. – 1541 White Plains Rd. Police again took another unreg-istered gun off of the streets surrounding the Parkchester Community. Its owner was arrested and the weapon was vouched as evidence pending a court appearance.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 1:55 a.m. – 1370 University Ave. Police officers responding to a re-ported armed home invasion are looking for three of the four culprits. The forth culprit was arrested after police found the suspect on a fire escape. Offi-cials indicated that noting was reported taken during the break-in.
WED, FEB. 24th, 10:30 a.m. – 2 East 169 St. Police again arrested a suspect who was in possession of an unreg-istered handgun.
FRI, FEB. 26th, 2:30 a.m. – 156 West 156 St. Police are looking into an incident where a male had been shot. The victim was suffering from a bullet wound to the foot. The staff at Lincoln Medical Center treated the man. Detectives are how handling the inquiry.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 2:00 p.m. -A suspect was arrested after the 23 year old black male culprit made threats to an on duty police officer.
MON, MARCH 1st, 6:30 a.m. – Brush Ave. and Bruckner Blvd. Local police officers re-sponded to assist an off duty corrections officer. The gov-ernment worker was assaulted by a person who was armed with a pipe. The injured officer was transported to a local hos-pital and received five stitches to the cheek area.
TUES, MARCH 2nd, 10:30 a.m. – Rodman Neck area of Pelham Bay Park. Police con-ducted a search of the area surrounding the Rodman Neck area after a vehicle had been discovered. The owner, a Scarsdale resident had been reported missing. Local police officers requested the assis-tance of a police helicopter, Emergency Service Squad units, and a K-9 team, in additional to extra local police officers. The following day, the woman’s body was removed from near-by waters by police officers.
TUES, MARCH 2nd, 2:00 p.m. – 1450 St. Peter’s Ave. A 30 year old Hispanic female required medical assistance. The woman had been cut on the right side of the head by another woman. The injured Latino woman was taken to Jacobi Medical Center where she received six stitches. De-tectives are how handing the inquiry.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 6:50 a.m. – 1916 Grand Concourse. Trying to get away from Federal Law Enforcement backed-up by local police officers a Hispanic male tried to flee by using a window. Agents from the Fed-eral Immigration Agency were armed with a warrant to arrest a male. The suspect jumped through a window to the street below. Instead, the male culprit was transported to a local hos-pital where his condition was reported to be stable.
MON, MARCH 1st, 10:53 p.m. – 1749 Grand Concourse. A person who fell down an elevator shaft was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital. Despite of the effects of the rescue team, including police, firefighters, emergency medical crews, and the medical staff, the 30 year old man expired shortly after 1:15 a.m. Investigator indicated that the incident was an acci-dent and was deemed not sus-picious by authorities.
TUES, MARCH 2nd, 3:00 p.m. – Morris Ave. and East 183 St. Police officers re-sponded to assist a traffic agent who was being harassed. The city worker escaped injuries during the incident.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 10:45 a.m. – 1125 East Gun Hill Rd. A Hispanic person was arrested after being found in possession of a gun. The weapon was taken from the unidentified culprit and vouched as evidence.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 12:55 p.m. – 3856 Bronx Blvd. Police officers talked to a Hispanic female who locked herself in side an apartment. Local police officers summoned the highly trained members of the Emer-gency Service Squad to assist them at the scene. The woman with a previous mental history refused to permit the police officers to take her to a local hospital. Before long, the woman surrendered to police without anyone being injured. The emotionally disturbed woman was transported to Jacobi Medical Center for spe-cially care.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 5:50 p.m. – 710 East 243 St. Police in-vestigators are looking into an incident where two bodies were discovered. The bodies of a male and female were found inside an apartment. Local de-tectives will handle the homi-cide inquiry.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 8:55 p.m. – Grace Ave. and Pitman Ave. Police patrol officers ar-rested another suspect who failed to obtain a permit to carry a handgun in New York City. The 9-mm pistol was taken away from the culprit and vouched as evidence for a fu-ture court case.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 5:30 a.m. – White Plains Rd. and East 225 St. Police arrested another suspect who was in possession of an illegal gun. This time a 38-caliber revolver was recovered by patrol officers.
SUN, FEB. 28th, 11:55 p.m. – Light St. and Dyre Ave. The emergency room staff at Jacobi Medical Center treated two males who had been stabbed. Detectives were busy trying to gather information about the incident.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 2:10 p.m. – 2160 Mapes Ave. Authorities are looking for a black male reportedly in his 30’s. The man at gun point entered an apartment. The culprit fled with an unknown amount of money and jewelry.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 11:30 p.m. – Washington Ave. and East Fordham Rd. Undercover police officers on patrol grabbed another suspect who was in possession of an illegal weapon. This time a 9-mm pistol was vouched for future court use.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 9:00 p.m. – 1913 Crotona Ave. The real police investigators would like to talk to three Hispanic males who apparent wear police badges when committing crimes. The trio invaded a pri-vate house robbing the occu-pants. None of the occupants were injured, but the badge wearing culprits removed an unknown amount of property and money.
WED, FEB. 24th, 1:20 a.m. – East Fordham Rd. and Wash-ington Ave. Another suspect was taken into custody after police officers found the culprit with an unlicensed gun. The weapon was removed from the suspect and vouched pending a court appearance.
FRI, FEB. 26th, 10:20 p.m. – 535 East 180 St. Police sleuths are looking into a com-mercial robbery. Two males wearing ski masks and armed robbed a local business. The culprits fled with $1500 in cash.
TUES, MARCH 2nd, 3:00 p.m. – 750 East 179 St. A male occupant was injured by two males who invaded his home. Impersonating maintenance workers, the two black males, fled with a cell phone, a house phone, a bottle of vodka, be-sides identification cards. The victim received bruises and bumps to the head area.
FRI, FEB. 26th, 12:50 p.m. – 2131 Wallace Ave. Respond-ing police officers arrested a 37 year old Hispanic male. The suspect was charged with as-saulting a male relative besides the victim’s girlfriend. Both victims were treated for their injuries at Jacobi Medical Cen-ter.
SUN, FEB. 28th, 3:20 a.m. – 716 Morris Park Ave. Police were alerted that several shots had been fired. A crime scene was maintained during the dark hours, but after checking the area during the morning police recovered evidence indicating that several bullets had been fired. There was no report of injuries.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 2:05 a.m. – 2899 Kingsbridge Terr. Local detectives are faced with a homicide inquiry after a 33 year old Hispanic woman was at-tacked. The woman expired at Allen Pavilion in upper Manhat-tan in less than an hour after being stabbed multiple times in the torso.
MON, Feb. 22nd, 11:45 p.m. – Aqueduct Ave. Police officers grabbed another sus-pect who was carrying an un-registered gun. The culprit failed to produce a license for the weapon and was arrested.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 4:05 a.m. – Authorities were alerted that a 53 year old woman was the victim of a sexual attack. The incident is under investigation by detectives.
TUES, Feb. 23rd, 10:40 p.m. – 3016 Webster Ave. Police officers were able to voucher another unregistered weapon when its owner was arrested. The weapon will be used in court as evidence to back up the arrest complaint.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 7:50 a.m. – Norwood Area. A sus-pect was arrested after a 26 year old Hispanic woman in-formed authorities that she had been sexually assaulted. Local police officers did the initial investigation but turned the inquiry over to the experts’ detectives from the Special Investigations Squad who ar-rested the suspect.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 9:25 a.m. – 3425 Gates Pl. A 19 year old Hispanic male was arrested and charged with as-saulting another male. The His-panic male victim had been stabbed twice, once in each thigh. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital.
TUES, MARCH 2nd, 4:30 p.m. – 412 East Bedford Park Blvd. A 29 year old Hispanic male was arrested when police found the man with a gun. Since the Latino male was unable to produce a license for the 9-mm pistol, the weapon was removed from his possession and vouched.
WED, FEB. 24th, 1:35 p.m. – Grand Concourse and East 149 St. Police officers from Transit District # 11 needed specialized help. Officers from the Emergency Service Squad responded to the multi-tiered train station to take a look at a suspicious package. These expect did not like the looks of an unattended large suit case so the Bomb Squad was re-quested. After these expects took a closer look at the suit-case it was determined that the case indeed contained clothing. Then normal activities returned to normal at the IRT station.
MON, MARCH 1st, 1:10 p.m. – Third Ave. and East 149 St. Police officers from Transit Police District 12 and Emer-gency Service Squad responded to the underground train station for the IRT # 2 and 5 lines. A male had been struck by a train while leaning over the station’s platform. The victim was pro-vided with first aid before being transported to Lincoln Medical Center.
WED, FEB. 24th, 12:10 a.m. – Police officers from Housing’s PSA # 8 arrested the grandson of an 80 year old woman. The culprit was charged with raping the older woman.
WED, FEB. 24th, 10:00 p.m. – 300 East 138 St. Police officers from Housing’s PSA # 7 are conducting an inquiry into a home invasion. A 26 year old Hispanic woman was in the process of throwing out the garbage when she was ap-proached by four black males. She was forced back into her home where the males took five thousand dollars from her be-sides electronic equipment. Detectives from the 40th Pct. Squad are overseeing the ongo-ing inquiry.
THURS, FEB. 25th, 8:12 a.m. – 828 Cauldwell Ave. Two persons were injured in a kitchen fire. The fire was con-tained to the stove, but one of the victim’s clothing was set ablaze. The 72 year old man was treated at Harlem Hospital along with his wife who also suffered from minor burns.
SAT, FEB. 27th, 3:06 p.m. – 2426 Grand Ave. As firefight-ers battled a blaze in an apart-ment house near Fordham Rd. crews from the Emergency Medical Services treated six injured residents. The second floor blaze was placed under control at 3:39 p.m. Emergency units were on the scene until 4:50 p.m.
MON, MARCH 1st, 12:56 a.m. – 3444 White Plains Rd. A fire deemed not suspicious caused a sufficient amount damaged. The family occupying the apartment in the high-rise building had to be relocated officials indicated after firefight-ers extinguished the blaze in the 14 story dwelling. The incident was declared under control at 1:39 a.m. after additional fire units were summoned to the scene.Two of the bravest were injured battling the fire.