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.

Robbery

400 block of Northside Circle—A woman walking toward her apartment noticed two men inside the parking lot. As she approached the stairs, a man armed with a black handgun pointed at her waist and demanded, “Gimmie your stuff.” She gave up her Apple iPhone 5S in a pink case, her Dooney & Burke handbag that contained a wallet, license, credit cards and a silver wedding ring. The second suspect remained at the top of the stairs as a lookout.

600 block of Lindbergh Way–Two men with revolvers entered a hair salon and spa and forced the employees to empty the cash drawer, other drawers and their pockets. The gunmen were able to take a glass jar containing $200 in change and they took a combined total of $600 from the owner and three customers.

2300 block of Bolton Road—A man with a handgun approached a man pumping gas and said, “Give me everything you got.” The victim removed his jacket and threw the suspect his car keys.

300 block of Pharr Road—A carjacker with a gun approached a man as he entered his 2015 White Land Rover. The gunman said, “You know what it is” as the man got out of his car. The gunman pointed the handgun and demanded the car keys. The car owner threw the keys and the suspect drove away, heading west on Pharr Road.

Aggravated Assault

3400 block of Buckhead Loop—A man met up with a woman at a clup and took her to his hotel room. When the man went into the bathroom, the woman fled with his wallet, money, vehicle keys and phone. When her tried to catch the woman, she tazed him.

3400 block of Kingsboro Road—A woman’s boyfriend said she pointed a gun at him shortly before expressing thoughts of harming herself. When patrol units arrived, they discovered her sitting in a back bedroom holding a gun to her head. After being told to “back out,” officers held the scene until SWAT and hostage negotiators were called. A single gunshot was heard and officers entered the location after a warrant was received.

1700 block of Cheshire Bridge Road—A man entered an adult products shop and was asked to leave by management. When he refused, employees attempted to escort him out. The man pulled a silver knife and told an employee, “I will stab you if you ever tell me what to do.” When police arrived, the man tried to run and he and the officers struggled. The man was arrested.

1200 block of Melo Drive—A man at a food processing plant ran up to a man, pulled a gun from his waistband and said, “Leave my girl alone.” A fight turned physical when the two began fighting and one man punched the other with a gun. The victim received a golf ball lump under his left cheek with a one-inch laceration.

300 block of Pharr Road—A person outside a gas station was shot. A witness saw two men running from the gas station.

First block of Bennett Street—While shopping at a gallery, a man ran into an HVAC system installation worker, who was hired and still owes him money. When the man asked about when he would be paid, the worker threatened to kill him and threw a glass bottle at him.

500 block of Main Street—One person hit another in the head and stomach with a glass bottle. Arrests were made.

Residential Burglary

1500 block of Peachtree Battle Avenue—Police responded to an audible alarm call and discovered a door kicked in. A 30-inch TV and a Yamaha piano keyboard were taken.

2600 block of Margaret Mitchell Drive—A kitchen door was shattered and four gold necklace sets, a gold necklace and cash were taken. A purse that was taken from a shelf was left behind. The resident’s son was not at home and could not tell police what comic books and collector’s figurines were taken.

3900 block of Powers Ferry Road—Several plumbing fixtures were taken from a house that is currently under construction.

1400 block of Dupont Commons Circle—A neighbor phoned 911 to report two men carrying a TV. Police officers canvassing the area saw two men carrying a bag. They ran and, after a brief canvass, police arrested one man. A black bag that contained a laptop and iPad was recovered near a walking trail. A 55-inch TV was recovered near a building at MacArthur Boulevard. The second suspect was taken into custody when the resident called to report a prowler in her shed.

2400 block of Oldfield Road—Several drawers inside the kitchen and living room area were opened. Despite several items of value in plain view, nothing was taken.

700 block of Wilson Road—A resident discovered her china cabinet glass broken and a Francis the First tea service set, a silver tray, a silver set and two Reed & Barton candelabras missing.

2700 block of Dover Road—A homeowner refused police when she was told her alarm was going off. Upon returning home, she discovered a rear back bedroom window broken. Several drawers were opened and rummaged through. Jewelry and a 12-piece silver set were taken.

900 block of Tenneyson Drive—A 52-inch Sony TV, a trashcan, an Apple iPad, jewelry, a 36-inch Sylvania TV, an Apple MacBook computer, a Kindle and assorted clothing and toiletries were taken from a house.

600 block of Wilson Road—Two jewelry boxes and two televisions were taken from a house where entry was made through a basement window.

2900 block of Pharr Court South—Approximately $160 in currency was taken from a cookie jar in an apartment. A security guard has access to a Master Key that would allow entry into the apartment unit.

4400 block of Sentenniel Post Road—A 55-inch Visio TV, a Bose system, five sets of pearl earrings, pearl necklaces, a wedding ring, jewelry box, two pairs of pendant earrings, a Nikon camera, unknown amount of cash, foreign currency, a pair of studs and cuff links were taken from a house.

3800 block of Powers Ferry Road—A brown box securing the garage was removed and a someone broke in through a side door. Three Trek bicycles, a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses, two set of golf clubs, two coolers, wine, laundry detergent, toilet paper, Gatorade and grocery were taken. A vehicle parked in the driveway was entered and ransacked.

1700 block of Northside Drive—An Apple MacBook laptop, an Apple iPad and two TVs were taken from a house.

400 block of Brentwood Drive—An XBOX and a Guerini 20 gauge shot gun were taken from a house.

200 block of Runson Road—Rear French doors were broken and police found a rock nearby on the ground. Two flat screen TV’s, a French horn, an Apple TV box, four antique Cartier watches, a Philippe Patek watch and an Apple MacBook Pro laptop were taken.

300 block of Deering Road—Several construction tools and ceiling fans were taken from a house that is under construction.

Commercial Burglary

1900 block of Macarthur Boulevard—A 46-inch LG TV, an Apple iPad, a Surface laptop and $20 in currency were taken. A suspect was seen on camera hitting a surveillance camera and crawling under a fence. The suspect was arrested in a separate burglary that occurred at 1421 Dupont Commons.

Firct block of West Paces Ferry Road—A Security Guard saw several men using a large rock to break the front glass. Three to four men got out of a small sedan, entered a business and began running back and forth with items.

2400 block of Cheshire Bridge Road—A pressure washer and blower were reported stolen from a maintenance room that had a lock missing from the door.

2500 block of Chantilly Drive—A Serta mattress, Bose stereo, a Yamaha stereo, two Xbox video game consoles, silverware utensils and dishes were taken from a public storage unit.

Auto Theft

Between Nov. 15 and 21, a total of 8 vehicles were reported stolen and one attempt to steal a vehicle were reported.

Between Nov. 22 and 29, a total of 10 vehicles were reported stolen and one attempt to steal a vehicle was reported.

Thefts/Larcenies

Between Nov. 15 and 21, a total of 30 thefts from automobiles were reported and an additional 37 reports of other larcenies, including shoplifting, were made.

Between Nov. 22 and 29, a total of 32 thefts from automobiles were reported and an additional 35 reports of other larcenies, including shoplifting, were made.