From police reports dated Jan. 31 to Feb. 6                  

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


1200 block of Mackintosh Park NW — A woman told police her ex-boyfriend forced his way into her home, pushed her down, and stole her LG Optimus phone.

2400 block of Defoors Ferry Road NW – A woman was waiting for the school bus when a silver Jeep approached and a man exited the vehicle and snatched her cellphone and pushed her. He then jumped back into the vehicle and sped off north on Defoors Ferry.

1800 block of Howell Mill Road NW – A man reported that while unloading a delivery from his semi-truck he left the rear doors unlocked and went inside the business. When he came back out a male was seen leaving the truck carrying 40 cartons of cigarettes. The truck driver said he attempted to confront the male and that the suspect said, “Don’t run up on me unless you want to get shot.” Surveillance footage captured the suspect’s vehicle showing it to be a Ford, Chevrolet, or GMC SUV occupied by three males.

400 block of Northside Circle NW—A man was stopped by three men driving a black four-door sedan with a Georgia tag. The men exited the vehicle and pointed a silver pistol at him and said, “Give it up boy,” with a thick Southern accent. The victim’s silver iPhone 6 and $68 cash were taken from him.

3500 block of Peachtree Road NE – A man reported another man exited the passenger side of a black GMC Yukon parked nearby in the parking lot of Phipps Plaza, approached him and pointed a black pistol at him. The man said the gunman pointed the pistol at his chest and told him to, “drop the keys.” The suspect then drove off in the victim’s vehicle followed by the Yukon.

3000 block of Peachtree Road NE – A man who said he had a gun entered a Bank of America and passed a deposit slip to the teller stating, “This is a hold up. $20,000.00 now. I have a gun. No sudden moves.” Teller gave the suspect $577.40 from the drawer and attempted to put a money tracker in with the cash, but suspect recognized this and refused. Surveillance footage and photographs obtained.

2500 block of Piedmont Road NE—A man said he was walking across the Home Depot parking lot when he was jumped by two men who took his wallet, cash and cellphone. The victim fought back and had visible injuries to his face and head. Surveillance cameras were observed in the area.

Residential Burglary

1400 block of W Paces Ferry Road NW – A deadbolt was tampered

with. No items missing were from the apartment.

4400 block of Paran Pl. NW         — A garage door was reported damaged. Sterling silver and other precious metal items were taken in laundry hampers, which were also missing from the property, along with laptop computers and cameras. Latent fingerprints were recovered and turned in for processing.

2100 block of Bolton Rd. NW – A MacBook Pro was reported missing from both the living room and the bedroom of an apartment.

700 Peachtree Battle Ave. NW – The door to a house’s basement was forced open. The door had visible pry marks from being forced open. Watches, TVs, laptop computers and sewing machines were missing from the location.

8100 block of Brookwood Valley Circle NE — A rear glass door of an apartment was shattered and $1,000 in cash and clothing taken.

1100 block of Peachtree Park Drive NE – An apartment resident said a silver MacBook Air and charger were stolen from her apartment. She observed a screen torn off her window and said the window had been left unlocked.

2000 block of Peachtree Road NE – A woman reported while she and her boyfriend were out someone stole a flat screen TV from their apartment. Their door was left unlocked.

3800 block of N Stratford Road NE – Trane air conditioners reported taken from a house under construction.

800 block of Stovall Blvd. NE – The back door of a house being renovated was kicked in and a refrigerator and several miscellaneous tools were taken from the property. The rear door was removed from the hinges in order to take refrigerator.

2000 block of Piedmont Rd. NE – A Gucci purse with a passport was taken from an apartment.

400 block of Armour Dr. NE        — The back door of an apartment was pried open with a crowbar. The woman sleeping in the apartment woke up and found a man in her living room attempting to take her TV. The man fled the scene and fingerprints were collected.

1800 block of Rockridge Pl. NE – The front door of a house was kicked in and the resident reported a MacBook Pro, iPad and prescription medication were taken.

1400 block of High Point Pl. NE – A woman fell asleep on the couch in her house while her husband went to pick up dinner. While she was asleep, a man entered the house through an unlocked side door and took two key fobs to Infiniti vehicles, credit cards, iPhone, MacBook and a stack of checkbooks.

1600 block of N Rock Springs Rd. NE – A man entered a residence through an unlocked back door and took credit cards, purse, hover board and Blackberry.

Commercial Burglary

2246 Marietta Blvd.    — The front door glass at a business was smashed in with rock and a TV taken from location.

3240 Roswell Rd. –The side window of a business was smashed in with a rock and an audible alarm activated. Several items of silver were taken.

3178 Peachtree Rd. – The door of a furniture business was discovered open with no signs of force and $1,000 cash and several credit cards taken.

2770 Lenox Rd. –A suspect entered the patio area of restaurant by unzipping protective screen and removed TVs with a tool.

2519 Chantilly Dr. NE –A lock was damaged at a storage business  and a storage unit was broken into by bending a lock. A printer, shoes and golf clubs were taken.

1579 Monroe Dr. – The rear door of a restaurant was kicked in and $3,000 in cash was taken from the safe.

1544 Piedmont Ave. NE – The front glass door of a shoe repair business was shattered by a rock and 10-12 Coach and other high-end bags left at the business for repair were taken.


There were 42 larcenies from vehicles and 34 other larcenies reported.

Auto Theft

There were 10 vehicles reported stolen.

Dyana Bagby

Dyana Bagby is a staff writer for Reporter Newspapers and Atlanta Intown.