­From police reports dated Nov. 29 to Dec. 12

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.


2300 block of Cheshire Bridge Road—A man approached a woman and asked for directions to I-75. When she cracked her passenger window, the man pointed a gray pistol through the window. The driver got out of the driver’s side of the vehicle and walked through the gas station door. The woman dropped her Nokia cellphone and the man with a gun picked it up and ran.

2400 block of Coronet Way—A man with a silver handgun approached a woman from behind and said, “Give it up.” As she turned, the man was standing with the gun pointed at her face and again said, “Give it up!” Several suspects in a blue or green sedan approached and the backseat passenger said, “Hurry up and come on.” The woman refused to give up her belongings and the man ran to the waiting vehicle.

2000 block of Peachtree Road—Two men arranged via a Craigslist ad to meet at an apartment complex for sex. The man who showed up had a black pistol in his hand and said, “I’m sorry to do this to you” as he proceeded to tie the resident’s hands with TV cables, walked him to the closet and placed a jacket over his head. Then he rummaged through the residence. A cellphone, pills, ID and $100 were taken. The suspect was last seen getting on a MARTA bus.

3200 block of Lenox Road—A woman was struck in the face as she was walking on Lenox Road toward the MARTA station, which caused her to drop her phone. A man picked up her phone and ran toward the mall.

Aggravated Assault

1900 block of Peachtree Road—A woman was parking her vehicle in a hospital parking deck when a man exited a newer model, white, four-door vehicle with a heavy-set female driver. The man pointed a silver pistol at the victim’s head and demanded she roll the window down. She could not get the window down and was able to drive away. The suspects fled the scene and the victim was not injured.

2400 block of Camelia Lane—A woman witnessed someone enter the exit side of a gate and go into a parking lot. When she attempted to confront the suspect and take pictures, she reversed her vehicle and struck the person.

2100 block of Lenox Road—A man approached a second man as he was walking along a path through the woods. The first man pulled a gun and threatened to kill the second. The first man then returned to his vehicle, which he drove toward the second man, striking him and causing injuries to his right ankle and calf.

Residential Burglary

3600 block of Cloudland Drive—A side kitchen door was smashed in and the interior of the house was ransacked. Two diamond rings, a diamond bracelet and two gold necklaces were stolen.

2900 block of Ridgewood Circle—Police officers responded to an audible alarm at a house. They found a side door had been kicked in. A jewelry chest, pearl bracelet, necklaces, earrings and rings valued at $9,000 were stolen from the master bedroom.

4100 block of Paran Pines Drive—Police officers responded to an audible alarm. A side door has been kicked in and the center glass was shattered. Several drawers were opened and ransacked.

500 block of Twin Springs—A homeowner discovered a Honda lawn mower was missing from his carport.

2600 block of Hyde Manor Drive—A rear glass patio door was damaged, several drawers opened and the house was ransacked. A diamond necklace, diamond watch, a Rolex gold diamond watch, a Swiss Chrono watch, a Laugi watch and an Xbox gaming system were taken.

1900 block of Sunbury Place—A window in the door to a house was broken. A wedding ring, several pieces of jewelry, silverware and money were taken from a purse.

2000 block of Springlake Drive—Police officers responded to an audible alarm call at a house and found a glass door and window broken.

600 block of Edinboro Road—Someone broke into a house through a garage window and stole a Wolf stove top.

400 block of Northside Circle—A 32-inch Vizio flat-screen TV was taken from an apartment.

1000 block of Peachtree Park Drive—Two Apple Air MacBook laptops, a T31 DSLR camera, a diamond ring, a diamond necklace and $30 cash were taken from an apartment.

1400 block of Mecaslin Street—An apartment door was kicked in and an Apple iMac machine drum pad, a Universal Apollo audio interface, Marshall microphone, Arturia 49 midi controller, Hisense TV, Canon Rebel T5 camera, $450 in cash, black Canon Rebel camera and a 21-inch Apple iMac laptop were taken.

500 block of Northside Circle—A 50-inch Sony TV was taken.

3500 block of Roswell Road—Someone tried to pry open a door, but no entry was made.

First block of Putman Circle—A window was broken, desk drawers were rummaged through and several sliver items and coins were taken. Also, a Kindle Fire, jewelry and an Apple iPad were taken.

4300 block of Peachtree-Dunwoody Road—An HP Netbook laptop, a black .38 revolver with a camouflage holster, a 52-inch Toshiba TV, Xbox and a small safe with a Smith & Wesson pistol and some silver and gold coins, a Samsung Chromebook, a Samsung Tablet and several PlayStation games were taken.

1100 block of Alexander Circle—A man heard a loud noise and saw a figure inside his apartment. When he yelled out, the suspect ran out the balcony door. A wallet that contained credit cards, $100, Identification, a 15-inch Apple MacBook and sets of keys to a Porsche and Lexus were taken.

3400 block of Kingsboro Road—Two Xbox One with Kinect units, a safe, five one-ounce silver coins, an Apple iPad Air 32GB, Lenovo Laptop, Apple iPhone 6, passport, birth certificate, Tiffany Sterling Silver ID Bracelet, four autographed baseballs and a pure silver card case were taken.

1100 block of Converse Drive—A garage door was forced up and a front door was left open. A set of keys to a 2014 Lexus ES330 were taken.

600 block of Garson Drive—A front door to an apartment was kicked in, but no items were taken; A second apartment also had a front door kicked in, but its interior was ransacked and a Samsung Curve TV, an Apple iPad Air laptop, two suit cases, several shirts and other clothing, a Dell laptop and Jordan tennis shoes were taken.

Commercial Burglary

First block of West Paces Ferry Road—Several people were seen taking about $20,000 worth of clothing from a store after a window was broken with a rock.

3300 block of Peachtree Road—Security officers told police that a hotel door was left open and a purse containing credit cards, house keys, passport and money were stolen.

2200 block of Cheshire Bridge Road—A garage door was damaged and several boxes of shoes and clothing were taken.

1900 block of Hills Avenue—A clothing store’s garage door was damaged and an unknown amount of baby clothing was taken.

500 Bishop Street—Three businesses reported burglaries between Dec. 6 and 12. The front glass was broken at a talent agency and four Apple computers were taken; a front office door was forced open and a 27-inch Mac desk top computer taken; a modeling agency reported a Mac computer stolen after a side door was broken.

1800 block of Peachtree Street—A law group reported a window broken and the office’s interior ransacked. Five checks and receipts were taken.

1800 block of Piedmont Avenue—A glass front door to a pizza restaurant was broken and someone attempted to break into safe using a butter knife. The safe, knife and file cabinet were damaged. Nothing was taken.

3500 block of Chantilly Drive—A storage room lock was damaged and a Visio TV and a Dynex TV were taken.

Auto Theft

Between Nov. 29 and Dec. 5, a total of nine vehicles were reported stolen and one attempt to steal a vehicle was reported.

Between Dec. 6 and 12, a total of five vehicles were reported stolen.


Between Nov. 29 and Dec. 5, a total of 34 thefts from automobiles were reported and an additional 31 reports of other larcenies, including shoplifting, were made.

Between Dec. 6 and 12, a total of 31 thefts from automobiles were reported and an additional 35 reports of other larcenies, including shoplifting, were made.