The following information was provided to the Buckhead Reporter by the Zone 2 precinct of the Atlanta Police Department from its records and is presumed to be accurate.

Assault

2600 block of Rosemary Street, NW – Aggravated assault was reported at a residence on September 4. The victim said his brother entered his room and hit him about the face with his fist. The victim said both parties then exited the home where they engaged in mutual combat. He was struck in the face with a stick by his brother. The suspect was not on scene at the time of officer arrival. The victim had visible injuries as a result of the fight.

300 block of Armour Drive, NE – An aggravated assault in the street was reported on September 4. The victim said an unknown man ran up to her and began yelling and screaming, then threw two rocks at her while she was walking down Amour Drive. One rock struck her on the left shoulder and the other one hit her in the left shin. The victim had minor scratches and bleeding from the left shoulder.

2000 block of Peachtree Road, NE – Aggravated assault was reported at a residence on September 4.

The victim said he was assaulted by a guest in his home who also threatened to hit him with a bottle. The suspect and a witness were not on scene when police arrived. There were visible injuries to the victim’s face; he was advised of the warrant process.

100 block of Noble Creek Drive, NE – Aggravated assault was reported on September 16. The victim was beaten by the suspect after refusing his advances.  The victim suffered significant lacerations to the face.

Burglary

3200 block of Lenox Road, NE – A residential burglary was reported during the evening of September 4. The victim came home to discover her front door and patio door were unlocked. She also said her cat was locked in the bathroom from the inside. No signs of forced entry. No suspects, only statues were taken.

2100 block of Blakley Drive, NE – A commercial burglary was reported on September 9.             The caller said he saw two men in a white Ram pickup truck back up to the warehouse and begin loading items.  They then noticed him and immediately got into the truck and left.  Further investigation with the owner present revealed that the front door was damaged and a dead bolt type lock had been cut off the door.  The building has neither an alarm nor video recording.

3500 block of Cloudland Drive, NW – A residential burglary was reported on September 10. The reporting party said several large appliances were taken from a vacant residence.  Entry may have been made through the front door, where the door locking rod had been damaged.

2700 block of Shady Valley Drive, NE – A residential burglary was reported during the morning of September 15.           A housekeeper said upon entering an upstairs bathroom she encountered an unknown man who ran downstairs and fled the residence through a window. Upon further inspection of the residence, it was determined he used a brick to break a window pane, subsequently allowing access to a window lock. No items were taken.

1500 block of Carroll Drive, NW – A commercial burglary was reported on September 16. The reporting party said when he arrived to work the side door by the loading dock was opened and there were damaged vending machines.  There was an unspecified amount of food and money stolen.  The alarm system was damaged through the power box.

Robbery

I-85 SB Expressway NE @ Buford Expressway, NE – A robbery of a pedestrian was reported on the evening of September 12. The victim said he was robbed by knife point by three men. He said the suspects took his wallet but later his friends told him that they had taken his wallet for safe keeping because he was very intoxicated. He claims that the suspects took $180. The suspects were in a red four door car.

200 block of Hollywood Road, NW – A pedestrian robbery was reported on the morning of September 12. The victim said she was carjacked by three men who came up behind her after she was walking toward her apartment with her 6-year-old child. The trio duck taped the victims, then demanded money and the keys to her vehicle. The victim was able to free herself and son to call police. The vehicle was later recovered but the suspects were not on the scene.

1900 block of Volberg Street, NW – A robbery at a residence was reported on September 15. The victim said he had been robbed at the above location by a man he met on a gay networking site. The suspect took $20 and his iPhone.  The suspect was charged and transported to jail.

300 block of Lindbergh Drive, NE – A pedestrian robbery was reported on the evening of September 16. According to the reporting party, his employee, the victim, was robbed by an unidentified suspect with a gun while walking in the area of Lindbergh Drive and Sharondale Drive.  The victim said via telephone that a man ran up behind him, sticking a gun to his back demanding money.  The suspect hit the victim

on his forehead causing him to fall, then kicked him while on the ground, and taking his cellphone.  The suspect fled the scene on foot.  The victim did not return back to the scene because of his illegal immigrant status.

2600 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A commercial robbery was reported on September 16.  The suspect entered the bank and presented a note. The note indicated “You’ve got 25 seconds to count out $2,500 in U.S currency now and don’t let anybody get hurt” written on a Bank of America deposit slip. The teller did not give the suspect any money nor did she respond to his request. The suspect at that time walked out of the bank and the silent alarm was activated by another employee to alert the police.

Larceny

3300 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny was reported at a department store on September 4. The suspect took items off of the shelf and placed them into his bag. The suspect walked past all points of sale and was stopped by loss prevention. The suspect was 12 years old.

3000 block of Pharr Court, NW – A larceny was reported on September 4. The victim left a bar very intoxicated and was offered a ride home from a man in a blue Pontiac Bonneville. The victim said that when he woke up in the Bonneville hours later he saw that his wallet was gone.

3400 block of Ridgewood Road, NW – A larceny at a residence was reported on September 5. The victim said she was hired to be the photographer at a private party. While attending the event, she set up her equipment. A short time later she said she walked away from her equipment only to return to find her Mac book missing.

3400 block of Buckhead Loop, NE – A larceny from a parking lot was reported on September 5. The victim said he left two boots on a vehicle on Sept. 2, and when he returned to them he noticed the vehicle was no longer at the location. The victim said he works for a booting company. The victim also said the vehicle had a drive-off tag registered to a company in Roswell.

3400 block of Lakeside Drive, NE – A larceny from an apartment was reported on September 6.            The victim said she had a water leak in her condo in early August while she was out of town, and advised the condo concierge and property manager along with employees from a restoration company who entered her condo.  She said when she returned home, several pieces of jewelry, totaling $2,475, were missing.

3100 block of Maple Drive, NE – A larceny was reported on September 9. Three passengers were picked from the 3300 block of Windy Ridge Road in Marietta, and were going to 3300 Piedmont Road – the LaQuinta hotel. The victim advised that the location no longer existed and asked for another address.  The passengers refused to cooperate and refused to pay the fare.  The three were arrested for theft of services.

3300 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from a discount store was reported on September 11. The accused removed tags from shoes, and then concealed the shoes and several other items in a plastic bag before attempting to leave the store.  All merchandise was recovered. During the search to arrest, the accused was in possession of 11.5 hydrocodone (xodol) pills that were prescribed to someone else.

2300 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny from a business was reported on September 11. A Pep Boys employee said a customer brought his vehicle in for service. After $1,613 worth of work was performed on the vehicle, the suspect and a female companion returned to pick it up. The suspect presented a check that later bounced. While employees of the Pep Boys attempted to come to a resolution concerning the bill, the female companion removed the vehicle from the lot.

2900 block of Grandview Avenue, NE – A residential larceny was reported on the evening of September 11. The victim said four individuals entered his home to see his new dentures. When the subjects left his residence, he discovered items missing from inside his home.

2500 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny from a specialty store was reported on September 12. Loss prevention said a man entered the location, selected items of merchandise, concealed the items and attempted to exit the store without paying. When confronted, the man resisted arrest and struggled with officers attempting to arrest him. The suspect complained about injuries from the affects of the arrest. The merchandise was recovered and returned to the store.

3300 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from a business was reported on September 13.  The victim said while at work she left her purse unattended twice to use the restroom. While at lunch and attempting to purchase food, she discovered her wallet missing. A check of her bank records revealed

her credit card was used at least four times by an unknown individual. Security footage shows no one removing the wallet from the victim’s purse.

2500 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny from a restaurant parking lot was reported on September 15. The victim said while sitting in the drive-thru line he accidentally hit the curb. Upon exiting his vehicle to check the damage, he dropped his wallet that was lying in his lap. The victim did not discover his wallet was missing until several minutes later. When the victim returned to the scene, the wallet was gone. The victim reported seeing two men in a Range Rover in the area around the same time as the missing property.

Larceny from Vehicle 

3200 block of Lenox Road, NE – A larceny from an auto in a parking garage was reported on September 4.  The victim parked her vehicle and when she returned in the afternoon she noticed the front of her vehicle was sitting on stones. The victim said the rims were factory rims.

2900 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from a parking garage was reported on September 6. An unidentified suspect broke the left rear window of a 2008 Nissan Titan, stealing a brown Fossil bag containing $5,000 in cash, and $3,000 in checks and money orders.

3500 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from an auto at a mall was reported on September 9.  The suspect was spotted in the Lenox Mall parking lot (by a security officer) breaking into a vehicle.  He then got into a gray Chevy Cavalier and fled the scene – striking a vehicle in the process and causing one of the tires on the Cavalier to go flat.  He was then located in the parking lot, attempting to fix the flat, and was promptly arrested. 

1200 block of Logan Circle, NW – A larceny from an auto was reported on September 13. The victim said that batteries, saws, drills, bag tools, screwdrivers, cutting pliers, a grinder, framing hammer, razor scraper etc., were taken.

2400 block of Defoors Ferry Road, NW – A larceny from an auto was reported on September 14. The victim said while sitting on the stairs, a man approached to ask if they wanted to purchase some purses. A short time later, the victim discovered her car window broken and her purse missing from the vehicle.

4000 block of Tuxedo Road, NW – A larceny from an auto at a residence was reported on September 17. The victim said his wallet, radio and gas can were taken while parked in front of a customer’s home. The victim said he was at the residence to pressure wash the home and discovered the theft when he returned to the vehicle for gas for the machine.

Auto Theft

3600 block of Powers Ferry Road, NE – An auto theft from a gas station was reported on the morning of September 10.  An unidentified female suspect in the company of the victim was in his black, 2007 Lexus 250 at the gas station.  After returning from purchasing gasoline he noticed that the female suspect and his vehicle were gone.  No direction of travel.  The vehicle does not have a tracking device.