ROBBERY: On Sept. 28, two New Rochelle residents claimed they were followed and attacked on Church Street by a man approximately 20 years old. One man, 35, was beaten and suffered lacerations to his face and hand. He claimed the assailant stole his wallet and took off in a car, believed by the two men to be driven by another suspect. The 35-year-old refused medical attention.
ROBBERY: On Sept. 28, police responded to a call from a 32-year-old New Rochelle resident at the intersection of Washington and Webster avenues who was bleeding from an injury between his eyes. He claims he was jumped by five males who took his T-Mobile phone and $50. The victim was taken to Sound Shore Medical Center, treated for his injuries and released.
ASSAULT: On Sept. 28, a New Rochelle woman was attacked in her May Street apartment by her boyfriend. While she was flat ironing her hair, the woman was pushed to the ground and suffered injuries to her upper left arm from the curling iron. No medical attention was required, and no other information was available.