Cop Blotter: Laptops Stolen From Acorn High, Bodega Attack, Bike Theft, More

Reports from the 77th Precinct.

The following information was supplied by the 77th Precinct of the NYPD. It does not indicate a conviction.


12 Laptops Stolen from Acorn High

Twelve laptops, worth about $2,700 were stolen from Acorn Community High School last week. The Dell Latitude computers were kept in a locker in a classroom. A staff member last saw them on Oct. 14. A week later they were gone.  


Bodega Clerk Attacked

Two men were arrested after they beat-up a 30-year-old worker at the bodega at (667 ) Classon Avenue. The worker was behind the counter just before noon on Tuesday, Oct. 11, when he got into an argument with the two men. 

The men then began hitting him with a stick and punching him, causing “substantial” pain to his chin and leg. The men also threatened the cashier with more physial harm, according to the report.


Bike Theft

A bike locked to a light pole on Vanderbilt Avenue at Prospect Place was stolen. The 45-year-old victim said she locked up the $350 Janis Commuter at 7 a.m. on Monday Oct. 10. When she returned just before 8 a.m. the bike was gone. 


Car Break-ins

There were at least eight cars broken into in Prospect Heights in the last two weeks. In at least two of the thefts, laptops were taken.  Deputy Inspector Elvio Capocci warns drivers to make sure not to leave electronics and other desirable items in the car. He also suggests that if you leave them in the trunk, you put them there before arriving at your destination.


For more information on these items contact Amy.Clark@patch.com.


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