May 31, 2020

Report for Virginia-Highland Security Patrol for June 2020

APRIL 19, 2020 through MAY 23, 2020
Virginia Highland Security Patrol
April 19, 2020 through May 23, 2020
                                The Activity Report is a summary of what our FBAC Patrol Officers do on their shifts
Directed Patrols:  25
Drop ins/Park and Walks:  17
Suspicious person:  2
Alarm Response:  2
Suspicious Vehicle:  3
Parking Complaints: 1
Noise Complaints:  0
Out of town Checks:  2
Abandoned Auto:  0
FBAC member Contact: 3
Lost Person:  0
Street Obstruction:  0
Wanted Persons:  0
Intoxicated Persons:  0
Found Property:  0
Criminal Trespass:  0
Info for Officers:  2
Shots Fired:  0
Calls for service (cell Phone):  3

Significant Incidents:
Aggravated Assault 800-Block Briarcliff Terrace
On May 2 at 11:32 PM, police responded to a report of a person stabbed on the 800-block of Briarcliff Terrace.  The victim explained that he and his friend, the suspect, were sitting outside his apartment, drinking beers.  The victim and suspect got into an argument and the victim started to walk away into his apartment.  The suspect then broke a beer bottle and came into the apartment behind him.  When the victim turned to face the suspect, the suspect stabbed him in the left chest / shoulder area and then ran out of the apartment.  An ambulance was called to provide medical attention and transport the victim to Atlanta Medical Center.  Police accompanied the suspect’s wife home from the victim’s apartment to their home on Briarcliff Court, but the suspect was not home.
Attempted Commercial Burglary 925 Los Angeles Ave NE
On April 29, the priest from Church of Our Savior contacted police via telephone to file a report regarding an attempted burglary at the church on April 8.  The priest advised that a Ring video camera alerted him to movement at the church around 9:23 PM.  The priest observed a white male, late 20s to early 30s, with blond hair, wearing blue jeans and a blue plaid shirt on the video.  The suspect periodically covered the Ring camera with his finger and attempted to pry the camera off its mount, but was not able to remove it.  The suspect also tried to push open the door to the church with his shoulder, but was not successful.  The priest went to the church and walked around, but did not find any forced entry, and the suspect had already fled.  The priest did find a shovel laying on the ground, and noticed that two security lights near the side door were damaged.  The priest did not recognize the suspect.

Residential Burglary 1000-Block Saint Charles Ave
On May 5 at approximately 6:00 AM, multiple police units responded to a call regarding a commercial burglary at Threadz.  Upon arrival, officers canvassed the area but were unable to see any damages to any building.  While on scene, officers were approached by the caller who stated he was a maintenance worker at the apartment complex across the street.  Upon further investigation, officers noticed shoe boxes inside the vacant commercial unit at 1056 Saint Charles Ave and discovered that one of the doors had been forced open.  Officers entered the vacant unit and observed a hole in the wall at the rear of the building, leading into the restroom of the adjacent business.  Officers were able to squeeze through the hole and observed an alarm box tore down from the wall.  A witness stated he saw some people running around the building to a white pickup truck parked beside the building.  Around this same time, another call in relation to suspicious persons, also driving a white truck, was received and police canvassed the area.  At one point a pickup truck sped past, but by the time officers turned their vehicle around the pickup truck was lost.

Shots Fired 700-Block Brookridge Dr
On May 25 at approximately 1:29 AM, police were dispatched to a shots fired call on the 700-block of Brookridge Dr.  On arrival, the caller / witness stated that he and his partner had been lying awake in the back bedroom of their residence around 1:25 AM and heard four gun shots from a close distance, possibly inside the neighbor’s house or in the back yard.  The witness jumped out of bed at the same time the motion sensor light in his back yard illuminated.  As he walked through the house, slowly turning on lights, he saw a young black male, mid-20s around 5’11 and approximately 170 lbs at his window yelling.  The male said “I don’t have my phone.”  At this point, the witnessed called 911 and told the male “don’t squat in my back yard, that doesn’t seem safe for either of us.”  The male ran off.  After speaking with the witness, police went to speak to the residents at the adjacent home.  Upon knocking on the door at the adjacent residence, two black males exited.  One of the men, aged 17, identified himself and the other did not.  Police asked the two males if they had heard any gunshots in the area or near the location.  The males responded that the shots were fired at them.  The unidentified male advised that they were returning from a nearby gas station, and upon arrival at the residence noticed a black truck parked nearby with the headlights off.  Upon exiting their vehicle, the black truck turned on the headlights and sped off while firing gun shots toward the house.  Officers requested permission to look inside the residence to search for any bullets or other evidence.  The males advised that they were renting the home through Air BNB and claimed they could not give permission to enter the residence.  Officers observed damage to the front window of the residence and found broken glass on the round near the front door and driveway.  No shell casings or bullets were located on the street or the outside of the residence.  Officers noticed a camera on the door of the residence.  A sergeant arrived onscene and had spoken with the owner of the residence, who provided the door code and gave permission to enter the residence.  No projectiles were located by the officers who searched inside.  There were no reported injuries.

If you see someone or something suspicious, please report it to the police.  When driving or out walking keep an eye out in the neighborhood, what you see and report just might prevent a crime.
Reminder:  All members call 911 first if you see a crime in progress or a suspicious person or activity, and then call the Virginia Highland Security Patrol Phone.  

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