From police reports June 26-July 9
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.
1200 block of Foster St. – On June 28, a man said he saw several male suspects enter a commercial building and began wandering around the business. The victim said he asked the suspects to leave and that the suspects walked outside. The victim said he returned to his desk and that the suspects reentered the location and demanded his computer. When he refused they produced a handgun and grabbed his MacBook Pro, Nexus 6p cell phone, and car keys. Security cameras captured images of the suspects.
700 block of Holmes St. NW – On June 30 in the evening, the victims said that they were sitting out in front of their apartment complex in the parking lot when they were approached by three males in a burgundy compact vehicle. The males produced a handgun and demanded their possessions. Two iPhones were taken from the victims who pursued the suspects, but lost them. One of the victims was pistol whipped during the struggle.
500 block of Main St. NE – On June 28 at an unknown time, a woman said that she and her child’s father were in a verbal altercation. She said he was visiting from out of town so when she returned to her apartment she put his luggage out the door. The suspect became enraged when he saw this and began pounding on the door. He then kicked the door in and attacked the victim. The suspect took the victim’s cell phone and left the location.
1500 block of Chattahoochee Ave. NW – On June 26 in the morning, officers responded to a house and found the victim lying on the ground after receiving a head injury. They victim was not alert by still breathing. The victim’s girlfriend advised that her ex-husband had come to the location intoxicated and beat on the door. She said there was a short verbal exchange between the suspect and the victim and that the suspect then hit the victim over the head with a shovel. The suspect fled the scene in a burgundy vehicle. The victim became alert while the witness was questioned, but was unable to remember anything that happened.
1700 block of Northside Dr. NW – On July 1 at an unknown time, the victims told police they were picked up from the airport by Uber. They said that they were involved in a verbal dispute with the driver. The driver struck the victims with her vehicle and fled the scene. The victims complained of back pain.
2000 block of Peachtree Rd. NE – On July 1 in the morning, a victim told police that he was attacked by two suspects while moving a TV. The suspects began following him and asking him about the TV. The victim advised if they had questions about the TV to call the Atlanta Police Department. The suspects then began attacking the victim. The TV was damaged during the struggle.
1000 block of Huff Rd. NW – At an unknown date and time, the front door of an apartment was pried open. A 42-inch flat screen TV, assorted jewelry, Bose speakers, Gucci handbags, and Gucci shoes were taken from the location.
600 block of Norfleet Rd. NW – On July 1 in the morning, someone broke into an unsecure house. A stove was stolen from location while left overnight. The stove was scheduled for installation the following day.
100 block of Brighton Ave. NE – On July 1 during the day, the back window of a house was shattered. Jewelry and iPad taken were from the home. Some jewelry was found near a fence at the rear of the property and recovered. This is likely where the suspect fled the scene.
2800 block of Overlook Trce NE – At an unknown date and time, the rear basement door of a house was forced open. A black Mercedes, watches, tablet, Winchester shot gun, and cuff links were stolen from the location.
3900 block Beechwood Dr. NW – On July 6 during the side kitchen door to a house was kicked in to gain entry. Miscellaneous silver and gold stolen were stolen.
2100 block of Spink St. NW – On July 3 in the evening, a rock was thrown through living room window of a house to gain entry. No items were removed from the location. Latent fingerprints were recovered and turned in for analysis.
2600 block of Forrest Ave. NW – On July 3 in the evening, a witness said a man was seen walking out of his neighbor’s house carrying a TV. Entry to the house was forced to the rear kitchen windows. The TV was recovered from being hidden in the neighbor’s garbage.
2500 block of Edwards Dr. NW – On July 3 in the evening, the side door glass of a house was shattered to gain entry. A Vizio TV was taken but later recovered from the victim’s recycling bin. Several latent fingerprints were recovered from the TV and turned in for analysis.
1800 block of Williams Pl. NW – On July 3 during the day, a rock was thrown through the back porch window of a house to gain entry. An HP laptop, Amazon Fire tablet, gold watches, ring, and wallet containing Social Security card were taken from the property. The scooter used by the suspect was found at the location and impounded. Latent fingerprints were recovered and turned in for analysis.
3900 block of Ivy Rd. NE – On July 5 during the day, the rear door of a house was kicked in to gain entry. Diamond earrings, security safe, documents, iPad and blue and white motorcycle were stolen from the location.
600 block of Valley Green Dr. NE – On July 5 during the day, the side door of a house was broken into at the location. Miscellaneous jewelry and multiple sets of Gorham silverware were taken from the residence along with $2,000 cash. Surveillance footage captured a large Frito-Lay Truck slowly driving in the area.
1900 block of Rockledge Rd. NE – On July 4 during the day, the back window of an apartment was shattered to gain entry. An Acer laptop and Kindle tablet were taken from the location.
At an unknown date and time, a power drill was used to break into a hospital and $101 was stolen from a locked office. Surveillance cameras observed in the area that may have captured the incident.
100 block of Terminus Pl. NE – At an unknown date and time at a storage unit facility, the victim said that his storage unit had been broken into and 1,000 rounds of ammunition and a Felt IA Bicycle were taken from the location. Scratch marks were observed to the door and frame of the unit suggesting forced entry.
Between June 26 and July 1, there were 43 larceny from vehicles reported. Between June 26 and July 1 there were 30 other larcenies, including shoplifting, were reported. Between July 3 and July 9, there were 12 reported larcenies from vehicles. Between July 3 and July 9, there were 22 other larcenies, including shoplifting, reported.
Between June 26 and July 1, there were three auto thefts reported. Between July 3 and July 9, there were 10 auto thefts reported.