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40th PCT.

SUN, OCT. 25th, 1:55 a.m. – Brook Ave. and East 137 St. Police investigators are looking into an incident where a Hispanic male was stabbed. The victim was suffering from wounds to the side and back areas of his body upon arriving at Lincoln Medical Center. Local detectives will handle the inquiry.

MON, OCT. 26th, 1:45 a.m. – 654 Eagle Ave. An under-cover police officer arrested a 31 year old Latino female after finding the woman in possession of an illegal gun. Recovered and vouched by police officers was a 38-caliber revolver.

MON, OCT. 26th, 3:20 p.m. – 2660 Third Ave. An unidentified black male ran from a grocery store into a residential complex after he tried to rob the store at gun point. The unidentified culprit entered the neighborhood convince store. During the robbery attempt, three shots were fired without any of the bullets striking a person. The victim informed investigators that the culprit fled from the store empty handed.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 9:10 p.m. – 530 East 137 St. Officials are looking for the three culprits who invaded the home of a 24 year old Hispanic male. The culprits covered their faces by wearing masks as they forced their way into the victim’s home. They fled with an unknown amount of property.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 10:40 p.m. – 281 East 143 St. Authorities arrested three of the culprits who robbed a deliveryman. The victim was making a delivery for a Chinese restaurant when six perpetrators attacked the victim. The delivery person was slashed on the right side of the throat and face officials indicated. The injured victim was transported to Lincoln Medical Center as police started their inquiry.

WED, OCT. 28th, 9:25 a.m. – Willis Ave. and East 139 St. Police are looking for the person who shot a man in his groin. The victim was taken to Lincoln Medical Center as investigators fanned out looking to gather information about the shooting and the culprit.

41st PCT.

MON, OCT. 26th, 11:10 a.m. – 1197 Randall Ave. Authorities are looking into a serious vehicle accident. A tractor-trailer struck and killed a pedestrian. Officers from Highway 1’s Accident Investigation Squad were summoned to the scene to help gather evidence about the incident.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 10:50 a.m. – 1051 Westchester Ave. A search was conducted for a black male who robbed a neighborhood branch of the Chase Manhattan Bank. The unknown heavy set thief, about five foot – eight inches high was wearing a black skull hat, sun glasses, besides a black leather jacket with studs. He was given over 12 thousand dollars before fleeing. A search of the area was conducted by additional police officers who were sent to assist local officers.

42nd PCT.

SUN, OCT. 25th, 6:45 p.m. – 1343 Washington Ave. Authorities are looking into the death of a 30 year old male. The man apparently took his own life investigators believe. Investigators will receive the results from the Medical Examiner’s autopsy that will indicate how the person died.

MON, OCT. 26th, 1:45 a.m. – 1433 Bryant Ave. Local police officers needed additional assistance to locate a daring man. The unidentified emotional male was jumping across the roofs of buildings and back yards officials indicated. Additional police officers were sent to the scene including officers from the Emergency Service Squad. After a through search of the buildings, the emotional male was found hiding in a garbage chute inside 950 Jennings St. Once located, the male was removed from the building.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 9:45 a.m. – 1441 Boston Rd. An 83 year old Hispanic man took his own life apparently due to a medical condition that he was unhappy about. The victim was found by a neighbor officials indicated.

43rd PCT.

MON, OCT. 26th, 6:00 p.m. – Cross Bronx Expwy. and Taylor Ave. Authorities are looking into an assault upon a 20 year old Hispanic male.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 5:25 p.m. – 1422 White Plains Rd. A teenage boy was arrested after being found in possession of a semi-automatic pistol. Taken from the 14 year old was a 9-mm pistol.

44th PCT.

SUN, OCT. 25th, 7:30 p.m. – 149 West 168 St. Police are looking into a shooting that sent a teenager to Lincoln Medical Center. The 19 year old black male was suffering from a bullet wound to the elbow experts indicated. Now local detectives will handle to the follow up inquiry.

MON, OCT. 26th, 10:50 a.m. – 851 Grand Concourse. Police officers arriving at the scene of a suspicious package near the county building summoned additional assistance. The ‘package’ was described as an unattended knapsack. Highly trained police officers from the Emergency Service Squad and Bomb Squad took a closer look at the bag. After their review it was determined that the knapsack was empty. Calm returned to the surrounding area.

WED, OCT. 28th, 10:15 p.m. – Authorities interviewed a 16 year old girl who informed them that she was a victim of a crime. The teenage victim indicated that she had been raped by an unknown person on a roof top.

FRI, OCT. 30th, 11:35 a.m. – 75 East 161 St. A search was conducted for a man who attempted to rob a bank. The would-be thief passed a note, but was not given any money. He fled empty handed into a waiting vehicle.

FRI, OCT. 30th, 2:25 p.m. – 1248 Clay Ave. A 50 year old Hispanic male was transported to Lincoln Medical Center after being stabbed twice during a robbery. The man was suffering from wounds to the neck and chest area after losing two gold rings and a chain during the incident.

46th PCT.

SUN, OCT. 25th, 12:25 a.m. – 234 East 178 St. Another 45-caliber automatic gun was taken off of local streets when police arrested a suspect who was in possession of the unlicensed weapon.

MON, OCT. 26th, 12:05 p.m. – 380 East 184 St. An 18 year old male was arrested after being nabbed with an unregistered handgun. The black male teen was found to have a 38-caliber revolver. The gun was vouched for future court use.

WED, OCT. 28th, 1:45 p.m. – Davidson Ave. and West Burnside Ave. A 17 year old boy was arrested after a police officer removed a revolver from his possession. The teen can be facing a year in jail.

WED, OCT. 28th, 3:15 p.m. – 2051 University Ave. Police units responded to the Bronx Community College campus after the education facility received a threat. A search was conducted but no suspicious devices were recovered.

47th PCT.

MON, OCT. 26th, 9:15 a.m. – 4712 Osman Pl. Emergency personnel responded to assist a 10 year old Hispanic boy. The young boy was found hanging from a shower cord in an unconscious state. The boy was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center for specialized care after an apparent suicide attempt.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 1:45 p.m. – 666 East 233 St. A 36 year old man was arrested after he was found with an unlicensed handgun in the Wakefield community. Removed from the street was a semi-automatic pistol.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 2:25 p.m. – 4187 White Plains Rd. An on duty traffic agent was the victim of an act of harassment while issuing a summons. Responding police officers gathered information which will be passed on to detectives for a follow-up inquiry.

48th PCT.

WED, OCT. 28th, 4:00 a.m. – 725 Garden St. Police were summoned to the building’s roof. On the roof the body of a man had been discovered. It was later learned that the man apparently took his own life by committing suicide.

THURS, OCT. 29th, 4:55 p.m. – East 180 St. and Vyse Ave. Responding police officers nabbed four suspects after shots had been fired. Police officers at the scene were able to recover evidence that could link a gun to the discharge. The suspects were questioned by authorities, as the inquiry continues.

THURS, OCT. 29th, 7:35 p.m. – 2414 Beaumont Ave. Three males were arrested as another gun was taken away by law enforcement authorities. The suspects, all males, ages 17, 18, and 30 years old, could be facing a year in jail if found guilty during their court proceedings.

FRI, OCT. 30th, 9:50 a.m. – 4278 Third Ave. Authorities are looking into the death of a 55 year old man. The man’s body was found inside his bedroom. Later on it was determined that the death was not suspicious.

49th PCT.

SUN, OCT. 25th, 12:10 a.m. – 665 Arnow Ave. Police officers arriving on the scene of a reported incident recovered evidence that will be used during a court trail. The area was safeguarded as a search continued revealing five spent shells that had been fired from a 9-mm weapon.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 12:50 a.m. – 2955 White Plains Rd. Authorities launched an inquiry into a stabbing. A 51 year old black male was suffering from a stab wound to the chest area upon arrival at Jacobi Medical Center. Local sleuths will handle the investigation.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 7:40 A.M. – 679 Van Nest Ave. Police were summoned to a residence after a son found the body of his 51 year old father. The older Latino man apparently took his own life by hanging himself in the building’s hallway. Other evidence was recovered at the scene, but detectives will wait for the results of the Medical Examiner’s autopsy before they classify the death.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 10:05 p.m. – 1852 Tomlinson Ave. Authorities indicated that electrical power was lost for a two block area in the Morris Park community. Con Edison dispatched electrical crews to the area and shortly after mid-night power was restored to the community.

FRI, OCT. 30th, 9:45 a.m. – 1650 East Gun Hill Rd. A search was conducted for a black male. Apparently the suspect passed a note at the local bank, but fled empty handed. A search of the area was conducted for the suspect.

50th PCT.

MON, OCT. 26th, 9:00 a.m. – Kappock St. and Johnson Ave. Crews from utility companies responded to the southern end of Riverdale after three utility poles fell. The area was safe guarded so that repairs could be made. Authorities indicated that there was no effect on the electrical power.

52nd PCT.

TUES, OCT. 27th, 8:45 p.m. – 2787 Briggs Ave. Officials reported that a 22 year old black male was reported to be in stable condition after being shot twice in the chest. The injured man was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital where he was provided with medical care.

THURS, OCT. 29th, 11:45 a.m. – Webster Ave. and East 195 St. Two arrest were made by local patrol officers who end up vouchering an unlicensed rifle.

THURS, OCT. 29th, 7:05 p.m. – 3330 Hull Ave. A suspect was taken into custody as police officers removed a sawed off shotgun from possible street use. The 20-gauge shotgun was vouched for future court use.


FRI, OCT. 30th, 1:55 p.m. – Westchester Ave. and Whitlock St. Transit Police Officers from District # 12 are looking for the persons who removed a cell phone from a teenager. The robbery occurred at the northbound platform of the IRT – Pelham Bay Line.


MON, OCT. 26th, 6:40 a.m. – 695 East 163 St. Police are looking into a home invasion that caused injury to one of the five victims. A male occupant of the home was leaving for work when four unknown males invaded the residence. One of the culprits used a gun to pistol whip the victim. All the victims were secured by the culprits before they fled with valuables including a safe containing nine thousand dollars. Housing PSA # 7 police officers are working with detectives from the 42nd Pct. Squad on this case, hoping to nab the four suspects.

THURS, OCT. 29th, 1:05 p.m. – 595 Trinity Ave. Using badges besides a knife, two culprits forced their way into a home. The pair displayed badges stating to two of the victims that they had a search warrant. The victims were taken into a rear bedroom where the criminals secured them. The culprits fled the home with several thousand dollars and an unknown amount of jewelry.

FRI, OCT. 30th, 10:20 a.m. – 2280 Randall Ave. Authorities are looking into an incident where shots were fired through a window. No injuries were reported.

Fire Log

MON, OCT. 26th, 1:00 a.m. – 1740 Eastchester Rd. A fire damaged a neighborhood bakery. Neighborhood firefighters were on scene for nearly 90 minutes before they were able to pack up their hose and to get ready to answer the next call.

Updated 5:26 pm, October 21, 2011
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