Monday, July 11, 2011


The 66th Precinct tells us that six felonies were reported to them for Kensington from July 4th through July 10th.
  • Robbery: On Tuesday, July 5th, at 2:40 p.m., two males with hand guns entered a commercial building at 1930 47th Street, near 19th, McDonald, and Foster avenues, and demanded money and jewelry from the victims. The victims weren't injured. No arrests were made. [article and photos]
  • Burglary: On Thursday, July 7th, an unknown perpetrator entered an apartment at 282 E. 2nd Street, between Albemarle Road and Church Avenue and removed money and jewelry. No arrest was made. 
  • Robbery: On Friday, July 8th, at 1:54 a.m., on the corner of Church Avenue and Coney Island Avenue, a perpetrator forcibly removed a woman's cellphone from her hand, causing pain to her wrist. An arrest was made at the scene. 
  • Robbery: On Friday, July 8th, at 1:40 p.m., a male approached a woman on the corner of Albemarle Road and E. 2nd Street, pushed her to the ground, and removed her cellphone from her hand. The woman was not injured. No arrest was made. 
  • Robbery: On Saturday, July 9th, at 3:50 a.m., on the corner of Chester Avenue and Church Avenue, two males approached a man from behind. One perpetrator put the man in a chokehold, and the other forcibly removed his bag. The man was not injured. No arrests were made. 
  • Robbery: On Saturday, July 9th, at 1:15 p.m., a woman's pocketbook was forcibly removed from her by her husband at the corner of 18th Avenue and McDonald Avenue. He was not arrested.