The following information, involving events that took place in Buckhead between Nov. 13 and Nov. 26, 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

2100 block of Piedmont Road — On Nov. 14, in the morning, a victim reported that she argued with a man she knew. Then he became physical. She said that after much struggle she was finally able to get the man off of her, but before leaving, he took $9,000 from her safe.

500 block of Main Street — On the evening of Nov. 17, as a man got out of his vehicle in a parking deck, another man approached him. The suspect put the victim in his own trunk and then drove him to the bank. Once there, the suspect asked how much money the victim had in his bank account and then forced him to turn over $800. The victim was then placed back in the trunk and taken to a separate location, where he was able to call police.

1900 block of Howell Mill Road — On Nov. 18, in the morning, a man reported that while in the parking deck, two men parked next to him. The suspects then produced a handgun and demanded his property, including his wallet and a Samsung Galaxy phone.

600 block of Summit North Drive — On the morning of Nov. 19, the victim was retrieving items from his trunk when a man pulled a gun on him. The suspect demanded the victim’s items and then took the victim’s car. Officers pursued the vehicle and were able to successfully capture and arrest the suspect.

2700 block of Defoors Ferry Road — On Nov. 19, in the evening, a woman was parked outside her apartment when a man approached her car, pointed a gun at her and demanded her possessions as well as that she get out of the vehicle. The suspect took the victim’s purse, cellphone and vehicle.

2000 block of Bolton Road — On Nov. 20, in the evening, two robbers with handguns entered a pizza business. They pointed the guns at the employees and patrons and forced them to get on the ground. They then opened the registers and took $138, keys, and miscellaneous items.

1700 block of Northside Drive — On Nov. 21, in the morning, a woman was walking to her vehicle at the location when two men approached her. One man reached into his pants and grabbed what she believed to be a gun. He demanded she surrender her keys and asked which vehicle was hers. She complied with his request and ran away. She said that the robber yelled for her cellphone, but she did not turn back and kept going in the direction of her neighbor’s apartment. The man then sped off in her vehicle.

3900 block of Peachtree Road — On Nov. 24, in the evening, a man was getting a stroller from the trunk of his vehicle when he was approached by a another man who produced a gun and demanded the victim surrender his possessions. The victim turned over his wallet, keys, Apple electronics, and $25.

Aggravated Assault

Ga. 400 southbound/ Authority Plaza — On Nov. 17, during a road rage incident, a gunman in one vehicle opened fire on another driver. The driver said the gunman pursued him for a time, but that he was able to escape.

2500 block of Piedmont Road — During the day on Nov. 19, a shoplifting and aggravated assault arrest was made at the discount department store.

Burglary

1800 block of Felker Ward —During the week of Nov. 13, someone broke into a home and stole a refrigerator, microwave, stove, and washer/dryer set.

600 block of Peachtree Battle Avenue — Sometime during the week of Nov. 13, appliances were stolen from a vacant home for sale.

100 block of Peachtree Valley Road — Sometime during the week of Nov. 13, a jar containing $1,200 was stolen from the closet of an apartment.

1900 block of Grandview Ave. — On Nov. 12, in the evening, a Samsung television and jewelry were stolen.

700 block of Upton Road — On Nov. 13, in the morning, the downstairs door to a residence was forced open and a MacBook and iPad air stolen. Multiple noise disturbances were heard.

700 block of Wesley Drive — On Nov. 15, two iPads and leather cases were stolen from the unlocked guesthouse.

500 block of Kingswood Lane — On Nov. 17, during the day, an audible alarm activated when a rear door was forced. Miscellaneous jewelry items were stolen.

1000 block of Wadsworth Drive  — On Nov. 18, in the evening, a flat screen T.V. was stolen from the screen porch after doors were left unlocked.

900 block of Wadsworth Drive  — On Nov. 18, in the morning, an audible alarm activated when a back porch window shattered. Miscellaneous keys were stolen.

1400 block of Mecaslin Street — During the day on Nov. 14, a front door was jimmied open, resulting in the theft of a backpack, red and black headphones, a TV, a Dell laptop, an Xbox 1, a leather jacket, and a MacBook Pro.

400 block of Northside Circle — Sometime Nov. 19, a PlayStation and flat screen TV were stolen from an apartment.

3300 block of Stratford Road — On Nov. 19, during the morning, $9,000 worth of shoes were stolen from an apartment.

300 block of West Wieuca Road — On Nov. 17, a rear door was forced in at a home.  Three Glock handguns were stolen.

2200 block of Lenox Road — On Nov. 14, during the evening, a bag containing miscellaneous debit/credit cards was stolen from an apartment with an unlocked door. Fraudulent charges were reported to the cards.

900 block of Wildwood Road — On Nov. 17, during the evening, a rear door was shattered to gain entry to a home, activating the alarm.

2200 block of Lenox Road — On Nov. 17, during the evening, jewelry was stolen from an apartment.

2400 block of Coronet Way — Sometime during the week of Nov. 20, a doorknob and dead bolt were tampered with but the attempted entry to an apartment was unsuccessful.

1700 block of Northside Drive — Sometime during the week of Nov. 20, screws were removed from the rear door of an apartment. Thieves stole a Glock handgun, wedding band, a 65 inch TV, an Xbox, a MacBook Pro, a sound bar, a subwoofer and a monitor.

1900 block of Sumter Street — During the day on Nov. 23, a bedroom window at a residence was damaged. A TV, Google Chromecast, Bluetooth speaker and a 24-inch Orion were stolen.

2100 block of Bolton Road — On Nov. 24, during the evening, a side window was forced and two TVs were stolen from the location. That same day a TV was stolen from another home in the same block after thieves got in through an unlocked window.

1000 block of Wadsworth Drive — On Nov. 24, in the morning, a suspect broke a window and stole a computer monitor.

2000 block of Springlake Drive — On Nov. 25, in the morning, a carjacking and theft occurred. The thief stole laptops, checks, a purse, bags, a wallet, a work bag, an external hard drive and miscellaneous other items.

2000 block of Howell Mill Road — On Nov. 24, a garage door was forced open to get into a home and a Samsung TV, a computer monitor and a jewelry box were stolen.

2000 block of Rivers Road — On Nov. 22, during the day, a pool house was damaged by forcible entry.

300 block of Peachtree Hills Avenue — During the day on Nov. 23, a patio window was shattered and a TV was stolen from an apartment unit.

Commercial Burglary

2165 Cheshire Bridge Road — On the morning of Nov. 13, someone pried open the doors to an auto insurance business. No items were reported taken from the location, but parts of the safe were scattered across the floor.

1387 Northside Drive — On the morning of Nov. 15, a, cash register was stolen from a storage business. Surveillance footage showed a man breaking into the building.

2436 Bolton Road — On the evening of Nov. 16, a storage business was ransacked. Suspects shattered the office door to gain entry. Miscellaneous items stolen.

2451 Peachtree Road — On Nov. 26, five iMacs were stolen from a business after the back door was smashed to gain entry.

Larceny

Between Nov. 13 and 19 there were 28 larcenies from vehicles reported and 30 reported cases of larceny and shoplifting. Between Nov. 20 and 26 there were 15 larcenies from vehicles reported and 25 reported cases of larceny and shoplifting.

Auto Theft

Between Nov. 13 and Nov. 19, there were 21 reports of auto theft.  There were 14 reports of auto theft between Nov. 20 and 26.