84th Precinct Police Blotter
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March 12 - At 8 p.m. at 200 Livingston St. a 26-year-old man parked his car and when he returned it was stolen.

March 13 - At 12 p.m. at 21 Dean St. a 49-year-old woman reported money being taken from her bank account in the amounts of $6,200 and $2,840.

March 14 - At 2p.m. at 68 Jay St. a 31-year-old woman observed a person entering a commercial building and stealing a Mac computer.

March 14 - At 5 p.m. at 122 Nevins St. a 24-year-old man had his license and bankcards stolen from his car.

March 16 - At 5:30 p.m. at the northwest corner of Pacific and 4th Ave. 26-year-old man had his Samsung Galaxy phone stolen from his delivery truck.

March 17 - At 2:55 p.m. a person boarded the F train at Willoughby and Jay Street and took it to West 4th Street in Manhattan. When he left the subway at 2nd Ave., he was notified via cellphone that there was fraudulent activity on his bank account. He then saw that his wallet was missing and cancelled his credit cards.

March 17- At 3:20 a.m. at 164 Water St. a person walked up to a car with a man inside and demanded he get out. After he got out of the car, they argued and fought until the vehicle owner ran for help. When he returned, his car was moved up the block with the keys in it and the ignition running.

March 17- At 10 p.m. at 191 Sands St. a 31-year-old woman reported fraudulent charges on her bank account.

March 17 - At 8:10 p.m. on 417 Fulton St. a man entered the Jay Street subway and realized his wallet was missing. He last had it at Burger King and noticed there were unauthorized charges made to his account. 
March 17 - At 7:20 p.m. at 150 Montague St. a 58-year-old man had his Louis Vuitton bag stolen from his car when he went to the pharmacy.

March 17 - At 4 p.m. police responded to suspicious activity on the train at Borough Hall. Upon arrival, the conductor called for assistance and told the police there was a man holding the doors open preventing the train from going. The police told him to stop and he said “I will (expletive) you up officer if you try and take me off.” He was arrested.

March 18 - At 8:45 a.m. at 356 State St. a 24-year-old man had his Macbook, jewelry and iPad stolen from his apartment.

March 18 - At 12:53 p.m. at 141 Livingston St. a 23-year-old woman screamed and yelled in court. She then resisted arrest and punched the police officers.

March 19 - At 3:40 a.m. a 23-year-old man fell asleep on the F train and when he woke up he found his bag, which contained his wallet, passport, birth certificate, phone and bankcards, gone.

March 20 - At 3:20 a.m. at the northwest corner of Gold and Sands streets a 30-year-old woman said a man stole her iPod and money.

March 20 - At 3:40 p.m. at the New York City College of Technology an 18-year-old woman left her purse on a seat, went to the bathroom and when she returned it was stolen.

March 20 - At 12:15 a.m. at 192 Sands St. a 23-year-old woman was confronted by a man with a gun who said “give me everything.” She gave him her phone, but he demanded the money too or said he would shoot her.

March 20 - At 5 p.m. on the northeast corner of Nevins and Livingston streets a woman had the contents of her purse stolen while on the B41 bus.

March 21 - At 3:30 p.m. on Court and Livingston streets, a person sold a car to a person, but when he deposited the check for $8,500 the bank told him it was a fraudulent check. The person who wrote the check was arrested.

March 22 - At 3:02 a.m. at the northeast corner of Dekalb Ave. and Flatbush Ave. Extension a 33-year-old man was reported to be lying down on the seats on the D train preventing people from sitting down. Police asked him to leave, but he refused and assaulted the officers. On the way to the precinct, he smashed his head through the rear car window.

March 22 - At 6:15 p.m. at 493 Fulton St. a 26-year-old woman was shopping and she placed her bag on a chair as she was trying on shoes. When she returned, her jewelry, phone, bankcards and license were missing from her purse.

March 23 - At 2:15 p.m. at 224 York St. a police officer was conducting a search for suspects in a recent robbery when he noticed two teens who resembled the suspects. He approached them and they ran. They resisted arrest and one person tried to take his gun, while the other assaulted him.

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