From police reports dated Nov. 3 through Nov. 16.
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.
4200 block of Arbour Gates Drive, NE – A rape was reported on Nov. 6. A woman said that a man with a revolver approached her as she attempted to enter her apartment. He demanded money, but when she showed him that she did not have any, he then demanded that she go to an ATM with him and withdraw some money for him. After she showed him that she didn’t have any money, he then took her to the bedroom, forced her to undress and forced her to have sex against her will. The suspect then took her phone and threw his condom into the bathroom trash can. He fled the scene.
1800 block of Mallard Street, NW – An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 9. A son tried to cut his mother with a knife.
1100 block of Woodland Avenue, NE – An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 11. A verbal argument between two roommates over money turned physical. One man grabbed a vase and threw it on the ground, and both men shoved each other. One man grabbed a knife, and one man grabbed a fork from the kitchen and stabbed the other man twice on his arm with the fork. There was broken glass and blood on the floor.
2000 block of Peachtree Road, NE – An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 11. A man said he was standing outside in the smoking area when he heard a pop. He felt pain, realized he was shot in his ankle, and walked to the front desk, where he called police. He did not see a gun or anyone in the area.
1st block of Irby Avenue, NW – An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 14. Three men were escorted out of the bar after acting irate and belligerent toward the bartenders and other patrons. One of the men threw a bar stool that nearly struck one of the bartenders. Later, the men returned and attempted to re-enter the bar. When the person working the door told them to leave, one man tripped the victim from behind, causing him to fall to the ground, and one man punched and one man kicked the victim. The victim had a chipped tooth and swelling on the left side of his face. One suspect ran from the scene, and the other two men that were detained had an odor of alcohol on them.
3200 block of Cains Hill Place, NW – An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 16. The arrestee repeatedly punched the victim in the face, and slammed the victim on the pavement, causing serious bodily harm to the head and eyes.
1800 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A pedestrian robbery was reported on Nov. 3. A man flagged down a ride, was robbed, then dropped off at his apartment by the suspect.
600 block of Noble Creek Drive, NW – A pedestrian robbery was reported on Nov. 5. A man said another man approached him while he was in the parking lot taking items out of his trunk. The man pointed a silver, semi-automatic handgun at him and told him to give him the keys to the car. The suspect then told the victim to give him his iPhone. The suspect stole the victim’s 2003 Honda Accord, iPhone and other items in the car. The victim was able to track his car from his iPhone. It was last tracked in Byron, Ga., and Bryon police were notified.
3200 block of Paces Ferry Place, NE – A commercial robbery was reported on Nov. 7. The reporting person called 911 after hearing glass break, along with a woman’s voice cry out. The caller noticed a suspect making forced entry into the locked business door and gave notification of the robbery. Three suspects, possibly men, entered the business by forcing their way through a magnetic, locked door. One of the suspects brandished a handgun and made verbal threats to “Shoot if their orders were not followed.” Store employees were made to move about the store from the floor areas near the jewelry cases then into the kitchen area where they were forced to lie face down. The suspects instructed the employees to stay and count to 2,000 until all the suspects left the scene. After not being able to obtain keys to the safe, the suspects removed several pieces of high-end jewelry. The door to the kitchen was then shut as the suspects began smashing the clear glass cases which contained assorted jewelry.
2000 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A pedestrian robbery was reported on Nov. 10. A woman was on an elevator when a known woman got on, held a knife to her neck and said, “I want more money.” A witness was able to push the suspect away from the victim. The victim said she tried searching for the witness before reporting the incident a day later. The victim also said the suspect stole her money two months ago.
2500 block of Chantilly Drive, NE – A pedestrian robbery was reported on Nov. 12. Two women were inside a vehicle in a parking lot when a man emerged from the bushes, demanded their cellphones, and demanded they get out of the car. He displayed a silver pistol and wanted their cash. When they said they had no cash, he ordered them inside the hotel and they went to room 218. A man opened the door, realized the suspect was attempting to rob them, and said there was no money in the room. The suspect took his gun out, and the man was able to get the two women inside the room and lock the door before disarming the suspect and punching him in the right eye. The suspect fled down the stairs with the victims’ cellphones.
3200 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A pedestrian robbery was reported on Nov. 16. A man said that after closing his jewelry store, he was walking to his vehicle when he felt something at the back of his head. He heard a man yell to “get … on the ground and empty your pockets.” The man was forced to lie down between cars. The suspect took $10 cash and a watch.
3200 block of Alexander Circle, NE – A residential burglary was reported on Nov. 5. The front door was kicked in. A watch, wedding band, TV, laptop, safe, over $6,000 cash and miscellaneous jewelry was taken.
1300 block of Oaks Circle, NW – A residential burglary was reported on Nov. 9. $75,000 worth of jewelry was taken from the home.
3300 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A commercial burglary was reported on Nov. 9. A witness saw several men remove the ATM machine with a hand truck, load it into an older model black pickup and drive off. The ATM fell off the truck as the truck fled from the scene. The truck also damaged a metal pole.
2800 block of Habersham Road, NW – A residential burglary was reported on Nov. 10. The victims said they left for church around 8:50 a.m. and when they returned around 12:15 p.m., they noticed the back door was kicked in and the basement window pane was broken out. Silverware was taken from the kitchen and jewelry was taken from the bedroom.
4300 block of Northside Drive, NW – A residential burglary was reported on Nov. 14. A man was in his master bedroom, which was unlocked, when he heard people in the house. He heard a man say, “Got to check here,” and saw an man open his door. When the suspect saw the victim, the suspect fled out the garage door. A Macbook pro laptop was taken. The laptop was turned off when tracking was attempted. A green latex glove was recovered.
2000 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny was reported on Nov. 4. Three phone chargers and DVDs were noticed missing.
2500 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny from a specialty store was reported on Nov. 4. A man said store employees allowed him to charge his phone inside the business, and he left his phone charging. When he returned, his phone was no longer there. He asked the manager if she would review the security cameras, and he was told he would have to provide proof of purchase of the phone so she could verify the phone was his. The victim purchased a different phone, and did not pursue any further action. He returned and asked the manager if she found any video footage of his phone. He was upset that no further information was provided to him. The manager again told him she could not review the footage without proof of purchase. He was given the company’s corporate number to pursue further action.
200 block of Pharr Road, NE – A larceny from an apartment was reported on Nov. 5. A man said he discovered a jewelry box that contained approximately 12 pieces of jewelry missing from his bedroom after having a gathering.
3700 block of Roswell Road, NE – A larceny at a nightclub was reported on Nov. 7. A man said he left his jacket, with keys in the pocket, on a chair inside the bar while he went dancing. He said when he returned to the chair his jacket and keys were gone. No suspects.
400 block of E. Paces Ferry Road, NE – A larceny was reported on Nov. 9. The suspect entered the first floor of the leasing office and stole two paintings that were hanging on the wall.
2300 block of Marietta Boulevard, NE – A larceny at a convenience store was reported on Nov. 11. A man took a case of Budweiser beer and a hotdog, and said “I’m not paying,” and left the store. He had been previously warned not to return to the business.
2700 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny was reported on Nov. 11. A woman left $1,500 in cash in the center console of the suspect’s car when she entered a convenience store to get a drink. While she was inside, the suspect sped away with her currency.
3300 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from a restaurant was reported on Nov. 11. A man was seen removing large bills from the register and replacing them with smaller bills.
Larceny from Auto
3200 block of Peachtree Road, NE – A larceny from an auto was reported on Nov. 5. The rear passenger window was broken, and a cup containing $70 in change was taken from the cup holder.
3100 block of Piedmont Road, NE – A larceny from an auto was reported on Nov. 9. The vehicle’s rear window was broken and a laptop, book bag, aviation instrument plotter and several aviation books were stolen out of the vehicle.
200 block of Pharr Road, NE – A larceny from an auto was reported on Nov. 13. A man said that someone stole four rims from his 1981 Pontiac, which was parked in the deck. Two of the rims were replaced with a set of old rims.
1st block of Peachtree Valley Road, NE – An auto theft was reported on Nov. 6. A black, 2012 Toyota Corolla was taken from the top floor of the parking deck. The keys were left inside the vehicle’s ignition; an auto theft was reported on Nov. 13. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and attempted to steal it by damaging the steering column. The suspect then stole the spare tire from the truck.