WED, JUNE 25th, 3:25 p.m. – Bruckner Blvd. and East 141 St. A 35 year old man apparently expired after receiv-ing two bullet wounds. When the male victim arrived at a nearby medical facility, he was suffering from wounds to the head and neck areas. Local detectives are conducting the homicide inquiry.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 7:10 a.m. – 190 Brook Ave. A 17-year-old male spent sometime behind bars after being ar-rested by undercover investiga-tors. Police officers from the Bronx Narcotics Unit nabbed the 17-year-old Hispanic male who was in possession of a 9-mm semi-automatic pistol.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 1:05 a.m. – St. Ann’s Ave. and East 138 St. A male was found by authorities after being as-saulted. The victim was loos-ing blood do to a serious wound that apparently was caused by a pool cue. The unidentified victim was rushed to an area medical facility for assistance.
MON, JUNE 30th, 1:35 a.m. – Alexander Ave. and East 141 St. Evidence was recovered by investigators looking into a report that shots had been fired only two blocks away from a police station. No injuries were reported however; officials did recover evidence that could help identify the weapon at a later date.
MON, JUNE 30th, 4:55 p.m. – 647 Cauldwell Ave. A suspect was arrested and jailed after shots rang out. Responding officers indicated that there was no injuries re-ported, but they did arrest the culprit.
THURS, JUNE 26th, 2:20 p.m. – 1275 Lafayette Ave. A 45-year-old Hispanic male required emergency medi-cal care for an injury to the right elbow. The staff at Lincoln Medical Center treated the victim’s arm after the man was slashed. Detectives are con-ducting the follow-up inquiry.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 5:05 p.m. – 681 Kelly St. An un-known person broke into a local school. Officials at Mid-dle School 301 requested po-lice assistance after the bur-glary was discovered. An inves-tigation is underway.
SUN, JUNE 29th, - 924 Kelly St. Lincoln Medical Cen-ter’s emergency staff treated a male who had been shot. The man was suffering from a bullet wound to the arm and abdomen areas. Detectives are looking into the incident.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 2:10 p.m. – 1106 West Farms Rd. Detectives are looking into a shooting that left a male with a bullet wound to the leg. The victim was reported in good condition.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 2:45 a.m. – 1302 Stebbins Ave. A 34-year-old woman was ar-rested after she was found in possession of a 9-mm semi-automatic pistol. The woman could spend a year in jail if found guilty. An undercover officer made the arrest.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 12:20 a.m. – Webster Ave. and Claremont Pkwy. An undercover police officer arrested a 17-year-old black male. The teen was nabbed while in posses-sion of an illegal gun. Recov-ered by members of the Bronx Anti-Crime Unit was a 32-caliber pistol.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 11:05 p.m. – East 174 St. and Hoe Ave. Authorities are looking into a shooting. A male had been shot in the buttocks ac-cording to officials. The victim was transported to an area hospital.
MON, JUNE 30th, 5:30 p.m. – Authorities were alerted that a 25-year-old woman had been sexually attacked. The woman reported that she had been forcibly raped the previ-ous day. She received medical care at Lincoln Medical Cen-ter.
TUES, JULY 1st, 1:40 a.m. – 1591 Fulton Ave. The life of a woman in her thirties was unexpectedly cut short. The woman was found with a wound to the chest area offi-cials reported. Later on, the Medical Examiner’s office determined that the woman had been stabbed. Authorities indicated that there were five children present at the time of the attack ages ranging be-tween 4 and 16 years old. The suspect was described as a woman.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 8:50 p.m. – 1695 East 174 St. A female teenager was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center after being shot four times. The teen was struck with “b-b” all four times according to officials. She was treated and released by medical authorities. Police officials looking into the inci-dent have arrested the culprits.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 2:05 p.m. – 1064 Ward Ave. An unidentified male was admitted to Jacobi Medical Center after being shot several times. The male victim was suffering from three-bullet wound to the back area. Detectives responded to the scene to gather information about the incident and will conduct the investigation.
TUES, JULY 1st, 4:20 p.m. – Classon Point Park. Additional Emergency Service Squad units were needed to help conduct a search of a park area. A boat from the harbor unit checked the shore-line as the other highly trained police officers searched the park area for human remains. A skull had been recovered that launched their search. An investigation is underway.
THURS, JUNE 26th, 11:10 p.m. – 230 East 173 St. A 28 year old black woman was admitted to St. Barnabas Hospital. The young victim had been stabbed multiple times by an unknown attacker.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 3:10 p.m. – 1115 Clay Ave. A man died two hours after being shot. The male victim suffered a wound to the head according to officials at Lincoln Medical Center.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 4:55 p.m. – Pelham Bay Park. A vehicle driver ended up in se-vere trouble. The unidentified male was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. He drove his vehicle into the gate of a Police Department facility located in the Rod-man’s Neck section of the park.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 12:30 a.m. – 2 City Island Ave. The real police arrested a man saying that he was a police officer. The suspect was charged with criminal imper-sonation of a police officer.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 6:40 p.m. – Ampere and Stadium Aves. For nearly an hour, five hundred families were without power in the Country Club sec-tion. None of the effective fami-lies had members on life sup-port equipment according to officials. Within 60 minutes Con Edison crews were able to restore electricity to the com-munity.
WED, JUNE 25th, 7:30 p.m. – West 175 St. and Macomb’s Rd. An inquiry was launched after a male re-quested medical treatment for a bullet wound. The injured victim walked into Bronx Leba-non Hospital with a wound to the leg. Police were alerted and the information was obtained concerning the incident.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 1:50 a.m. – 1912 Loring Pl. South. A 31-year-old Hispanic male was suffering from a bullet wound to the left leg. The man had been shot once and was provided with medical attention at St. Barnabas Hospital as police attempted to gather information about the incident.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 1:00 a.m. – 66 West 182 St. Addi-tional units from the Emergency Service Division of the Police Department were summoned to the West Bronx residence. The specially trained police officers were conducting a search for a culprit who decided that he did not want to surrender to authori-ties. Once in custody, officers did recover a gun from where the suspect had been.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 4:15 a.m. – Barnes Ave. and East 223 St. An undercover police officer assigned to the Bronx Anti-Crime Unit arrested a 39-year-old black male who had been in possession of a 380-caliber gun.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 2:45 a.m. – 1010 East 178 St. Three persons in the West Farms area required medical atten-tion. A man and a woman were both shot as an additional woman was stabbed in the stomach area. The other woman suffered a bullet wound to the right knee, while officials identified the third victim as a male. All three victims were treated at St. Barnabas Hospi-tal.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 12:45 a.m. – 468 East 183 St. A suspect was arrested after a male had been shot several times. Suffering from three bullet wounds. The victim was rushed and admitted to St. Barnabas Hospital. Respond-ing officers arrested one cul-prit.
WED, JUNE 25th, 7:50 a.m. – 2145 Matthews Ave. A 31-year-old Hispanic male was arrested by a local police offi-cer. Julio Sanabria was charged will illegal possession of a weapon. Recovered by authori-ties was a 40-caliber pistol.
WED, JUNE 25th, 9:00 a.m. – 624 Mead St. Pretend-ing to be police officers, two males broke their way into an apartment in the Morris Park section. The unknown pair had spoken to a teenager questing the youngster about another apartment in the residential building. The two males pro-ceeded to break in the second home removing an unknown amount of property.
WED, JUNE 25th, 10:10 p.m. – 2805 Barker Ave. The Emergency Room staff at Jacobi Medical Center treated an 18-year-old teen. The young man was suffering from a bullet wound to the chest upon his arrival at the hospital. Local investigators have been assigned to look into the shooting.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 2:20 a.m. – 3010 Yates Ave. Authorities are looking into an attack upon a male. The male victim was taken to Jacobi Medical Center after being seriously assaulted during the attack.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 3:00 a.m. – 328 East 197 St. A suspect was arrested by un-dercover police officers. Mem-bers of the Bronx Anti-Crime Unit nabbed the suspect while recovering a 45-caliber pistol.
TUES, JULY 1st, 3:05 a.m. – East Gun Hill Rd. and DeKalb Ave. The staff at Monti-fiore Hospital treated a 36-year-old Hispanic male who had been attacked several blocks away from the medical facility. The man was suffering from a stab wound to the left side when he arrived at the hospital.
TUES, JULY 1st, 7:40 p.m. – 31 West Moshulo Parkway North. A 15-year-old Hispanic boy was stabbed repeatedly during an attack. The teen was rushed to the trauma center at St. Barnabas Hospital where it was deter-mined that he had knife wounds to the right arm, chest, and neck areas. Detectives have been assigned to look into this incident.
TUES, JULY 1st, 8:25 p.m. – 239 East Kingsbridge Rd. An Asian woman suc-cumbed to her injuries several hours after being repeatedly stabbed apparently by her hus-band. Officials indicated that the woman had been stabbed 14 times in the back. She ex-pired the following morning.
SAT, JUNE 28th, 5:35 a.m. – East 141 St. and Willis Ave. Police officers from Hous-ing’s PSA # 7 assisted a 40 year old man. The male victim was reported in serious condi-tion after being stabbed in the chest and also the arm. The black male was admitted to Lincoln Medical Center as detectives from the 40th Squad were being assigned to con-duct the inquiry.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 6:00 p.m. – A suspect was arrested according to official. Police were informed that a person had been sodomized. The report was investigated result-ing with an arrest being made by officers from Housing’s PSA # 7.
SUN, JUNE 29th, 7:55 p.m. – 169 Cypress Ave. Authorities arrested the mother of two children. Firefighters after forcing a door found two children inside an apartment, left unattended. Officers from PSA # 7 were called to assist and took custody of the two children. The police officers also took custody of their mother once she returned home.
FRI, JUNE 27th, 2:35 p.m. – 3451 Giles Pl. A flash fire injured two males. The fire was caused by fumes that were created by workers using a compound to finish a floor in an apartment on the 5th floor. Engine 81 and Tower Ladder 46 were the first to arrive followed by Engine 79 with Ladder 37. Battalion 27 commanded the incident and Fire Marshals were requested to investigate due to the injuries. The fire was quickly extinguished by using a portable extinguisher.
MON, JUNE 30th, 2:15 a.m. – 1428 Webster Ave. Firefighters arriving at a resi-dential building had their hands fill. A fire was located on the second floor of the 21-story high apartment complex. A hose line was quickly stretched and placed into op-eration as ladder crews searched for the seat of the fire besides trapped occupants. The blaze was located in an apartment that was referred to as a collier’s mansion. Ambu-lance crews treated two fire-fighters at the scene. No other injuries were reported.
TUES, JULY 1st, 12:40 a.m. – 2395 Valentine Ave. A 60-year-old woman was seri-ously injured in an early morn-ing blaze. The crew from En-gine 48 and 75 got water onto the blaze on the 5th floor as Ladder 56 crew worked on the fire floor and Ladder 33’s crew went above the blaze to the 6th floor to conduct searches and examine the area for spreading flames. As searches were conducted, a firefighter from Squad 61 found Juna Motta lying on a floor near a window being covered by debris that had sheltered the woman’s body. The injured woman was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital for treatment.
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