Tuesday, October 14, 2014 approximately 7:30PM: A male black was riding a bike on East New York Avenue between Kingston and Brooklyn Avenues when he punched a young girl in the face knocking her over. There was no attempted robbery, only an unprovoked act of hate against a stranger. Shmira members responded and canvassed the area with the victim for a while but the perpetrator had fled the area. The victim filed a police report.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 12:29AM: The Crown Heights Shmira hotline received a phone call from a bystander who witnessed a male black entering the backyard of a building on Union Street between Schenectady and Utica
Sunday, October 12, 2014 At 9:08PM: Two girls were walking on Eastern Parkway from Kingston Avenue towards Albany Avenue when a man walking in the opposite direction bumped into one of them, knocking her off her feet, in what appears to be an intentional act of mischief. The girls were frightened and immediately ran home to tell their parents. The Parents called the Crown Heights Shmira hotline and Shmira members were quickly dispatched to the location. An extensive and thorough canvass was performed, but the perpetrator had fled the area.
Missing 80 year old Crown Heights Shmira in coordination with the NYPD is conducting a search for a missing 80 year old male, named Yagub, Zarbailov He was last in contact with his family on October 4th after Yom Kippor. He is diabetic and suffers from memory loss. If you have any information regarding this person or if you have seen him since Yom Kippor, please call CH Shmira @ 718-221-0303 Update: Missing Found At approximately 10:00PM after many hours of searching, Shmira members spotted the missing, Yagub Zarbailov, limping up Rochester Avenue near Crown Street. When approached, he appeared disoriented but was otherwise ...
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.