Sunday, September 21, 2014 at approximately 10:45AM: The Crown Heights Shmira hotline received a call from a local store owner who witnessed someone spray painting the wooden panels outside a construction site on Carroll Street between Kingston and Brooklyn Avenue. Shmira members responded and met up with the caller who was following the perpetrator. After the caller pointed out the perpetrator he left and Shmira members continued discreetly following while waiting for police to respond.
Sunday, September 21, 2014 at approximately 2:15AM: The Crown Heights Shmira hotline received a call from a Crown Heights resident stating that there was an unfamiliar man pounding on his front door on Crown Street between Kingston and Brooklyn Avenues. Shmira members responded and found the man walking away from the location. After questioning the fifty year old suspect, Shmira members quickly deduced that the man had no criminal intentions and was only disoriented and possibly intoxicated. EMS was dispatched to treat the patient.
Three young boys are seen walking up New York Avenue between Crown and Carroll Streets when one of them bends down, picks up a rock and throws it at a passing car. The car sustained damage to the windshield and a police report was filled. This is one of a few incidents that occurred this past week involving young boys throwing rocks at houses and passing vehicles.
Friday, August 29, 2014 at 4:00AM: A young man was buying some items from the convenience store on the corner of Albany and East New York Avenues when a young black male approached him and demanded his cell phone.