Sometime between 9:25 p.m. and 9:40 p.m., the suspect asked the victim to go with him to a local 7-11 store. The victim refused and the suspect became hostile towards her. A neighbor helped subdue the suspect long enough for the victim to escape. Officers arrived on the scene to find the victim with wounds to he left ankle. They left without making an arrest. Not long after, the victim called 911 again. Officers returned and made contact with the subject who smelled of alcohol and arrested him.
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Precinct 12 - North Point
Precinct 12 - North Point
At 10:45 p.m., officers responded to the location for an alarm. The glass front door was shattered with a large rock. The manager of the store stated the cash register was missing and contained $200 in various denominations.
Sometime between 10 p.m. June 28 and 10:45 a.m. June 29, the victims were in the process of moving from the location. An unknown suspect broke into the back door of the residence taking several items. The suspect removed over $24,000 of assorted videos games, electronic equipment, computer software and a television.
At 1:23 a.m., an officer responded to the location for an alarm. When the officers arrived they found a broken rear window. The suspect was leaving the scene when he was stopped by officers. The suspect had a laceration on his arm and glass in the tread of his shoe. He was arrested.
At 11:45 p.m., officers dispatched to the location for an alarm. Dispatch advised the front motion sensor sounded the burglar alarm. Officers noticed the rear door was unsecured and the back window was broken out. K-9 was called in and cleared the business. The owner responded to the location and stated nothing was missing or appeared disturbed. All valuables and cash were still in place.
At 4:30 p.m., the victim walked to the 7-11 with the other victim, and two others. The victim advised that as they walked, the suspect and two other males were flashing gang signals at him from across the street.The two victims went inside the store and two suspects came inside and started arguing with him. The unknown suspect began making gun gestures with his hands stating he would shoot the victim. The store employees started to make the suspects leave and the first victim was handed the aluminum baseball bat by the other victim. The victim ran toward the suspect near the doors while holding the baseball bat above his shoulder. The suspect then punched the victim in the face causing the victim to fall to the floor. The suspect grabbed the baseball bat from the victim and struck the victim twice and then fled the store taking the bat with him towards Holabird avenue.
At 12:10 a.m., four unknown suspects assaulted the victims in the alley behind the 7600 block of Charlesmont Road. Two iPhones and a book bag were taken from the victims.Two victims suffered minor superficial injuries and refused medical assistance. All three victims had different accounts of the incident, and did not cooperate. The suspects fled on foot in an unknown direction.