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  • Wednesday, November 20, 2019 9:08 AM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)


    50 “reported” Part (1) incidents; Break Down / 30 Day Period 2019

    30 Days (Reports are preliminary based) Numbers are based off of what is included the “Northwest, Northeast, Central, Southwest, and Southeast Historic Neighborhoods” Crystal report. The Numbers in this report may not be a final and definite total. This is not raw data.

    (10-20-2019 through 11-19-2019)   “50” in 2018

    SE Historic District 

    ROBBERY; 191027004 530 E Hall St. (Beat 24). 10/27/2019 00:09 hrs.: The victim reported he was approached by the suspects, who all had their faces covered. The victim reported that one of the suspect’s was at his door, and the other 3 were on the passenger side of his work van. The victim reported that one of the suspects pointed a gun at him and told him to get out of the vehicle.  The supects drove away with the vehicle but were apprehended after a pursuit by police and fleeing the vehicle on foot.  3 Suspects Arrested.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191112134 700 Drayton St. (Mansion on Forsyth – Beat 24). 11/10/2019 16:00 – 11/12/2019 19:00 hrs.: The complainant stated she got married at the Mansion on Forsyth on 11/9/19, but was staying at the Bohemian on River St. She stated the Mansion was supposed to bring all of her wedding belongings to her room at the Bohemian on 11/11/19. When she went through the belongings, she realized two of the purses she rented for her wedding were missing.

    Central Historic District

    LARCENY, BICYCLE; 191022004 212 E Liberty St. (Beat 25). 10/22/2019 17:30 – 23:59 hrs.: The complainant stated that he was at this location on a painting job and had his bicycle locked to the front railing of the house while he worked. He stated that when he went to leave his bicycle was no longer there, and his black keypad lock was cut in half.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191023082 17 E Perry St. (Beat 25). 10/23/2019 00:01 – 13:37 hrs.: The complainant stated her right side back small window was broken. She stated that nothing of value was in the vehicle, but her grocery bags and papers from her glove box were missing.

    LARCENY,FROM YARDS; 191028071 250 Bull St. (Southern Charm Antiques – Beat 25). 10/20/2019 02:00 hrs.: The business owner stated that he found camera footage of a white male pulling into a parking spot in front of the store and take around 11 pieces of fence from the garden in front of the store.

    LARCENY,FROM MAILS; 191101101 408 E Jones St. (Beat 25). 11/01/2019 13:05 – 14:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that he had a package delivered to his residence at 1305 hrs., and when he arrived home at 1400 hrs. the package was not there. He stated that he checked several houses nearby to make sure the package was not placed on the wrong porch. He found his package empty near 416 E Jones St.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191106135 510 E Charlton St. (Beat 25). 11/06/2019 17:30 – 20:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that while he was at his second job at the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, his son may have forgotten to lock the doors to his vehicle when he got out. He stated that his Century Arms M92 7.62x39 AK Pistol was stolen out of his vehicle.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191108054 222 Drayton St. (Parker’s – Beat 25). 11/08/2019 12:00 – 12:28 hrs.: The business reported that a black female and a black male left without paying for their food and drinks.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191109116 350 Bull St. (Beat 25). 11/07/2019 14:30 – 16:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that she was in class and had her wallet with $250 cash in her backpack. She stated that during class, they were allowed a 15 minute break, where she went to the bathroom. She stated she checked her wallet before going to the bathroom to make sure her money was still there and it was. She stated when she came back from the bathroom her money was missing.

    LARCENY, BICYLCE; 191109082 24 E Jones St. (Beat 25). 11/08/2019 22:30 – 11/09/2019 15:53 hrs.: The complainant stated that she leaves her bicycle on the first floor of her building, because the building is locked from the main door with a keypad to enter the building. She stated that her bicycle was not where she left it the next day.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191112031 Lincoln St/E Charlton Ln. (Beat 25). 11/11/2019 21:00 – 11/12/2019 08:00 hrs.: The complainant reported that her front passenger side window of her vehicle was broken. She stated that her checkbook was taken from the center console of the vehicle.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191112129 22 E Taylor St. (Beat 25). 11/11/2019 10:00 – 11/12/2019 18:10 hrs.: The complainant stated when she was getting in her car to go to work she noticed the left driver side window was smashed in. Nothing of value was missing from the vehicle.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191114006 200 Block of Drayton St. (Beat 25). 11/14/19 01:24  hrs.: Reporting party advised that the suspect stole beer from the store.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191115111 200 BLK of Barnard St. (Beat 25). 11/15/2019 16:30 hrs.:  The reporting party stated he was working out at Club SCAD and placed his belongings on a table around 16:30. He advised he did not return to the table till after his work out around 17:00 and noticed his phone and his wallet were missing.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 1911118006 200 Block of Drayton St. (Beat 25). 11/18/2019 03:15 hrs.: Complainant advised that he witnessed the suspect steal cartons of cigarettes out of his trailer.

    SW Historic District

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191022125 412 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Smoke City – Beat 25). 10/22/2019 18:03 hrs.: The business reported that a group of juveniles had shoplifted from the store. They reportedly ran from the business taking a box of cigar rolling papers and 2 Juul pods.

    BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL; 191023023 701 Montgomery St. (Choate – Beat 25). 10/22/2019 17:00 – 10/23/2019 06:55 hrs.: The supervisor of the business reported that when they came into the business, they noticed the companies Apple TV, Apple TV box, Fire Stick, and two drills were missing. They stated that safety mechanism on the bathroom window was broken and that a small person could have fit through the window.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191027033 Barnard St/W Gwinnett St. (Beat 25). 10/27/2019 05:26 hrs.: Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to a check subject of a black male looking into vehicles. When the officer arrived in the location, he was able to locate the male sitting in the driver seat of a vehicle.  The male fled on foot.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191104065 215 W Huntingdon St. (Beat 25). 10/15/2019 21:00 – 10/16/2019 00:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that he has two roommates at his residence. He stated that he had four philharmonic coins next to a piece of furniture and hidden under a blanket in his room. He stated that he left his room to go out with friends, and when he returned, the coins and an iPhone 6 were missing from his room.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191106044 415 W Liberty St. (Courtyard by Marriott – Beat 25). 11/06/2019 03:00 – 09:07 hrs.: The General Manager of the hotel advised that she had fired the suspect on 11/5/19. She stated that she was informed by the night shift employee that the suspect was able to gain access to the hotel and took a white binder with training information and company information and 6 survey sheets that were posted on the wall with guest information.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191112026 451 Barnard St. (Beat 25). 11/11/2019 15:00 – 11/12/2019 06:29 hrs.: The complainant reported that his wife had left their vehicle unlocked overnight. He stated that her wallet and school ID card with keys was taken from the vehicle.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191115143 304 W Hall St. (Beat 26). 11/15/19 21.39 hrs.: The reporting party advised that her brother stole her pistol.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191116081 42 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Beat 26). 11/16/19 16:52 hrs.: Business reported that a male stole a glass waterpipe insert (Value $149)

    AUTO THEFT; 191117027 509 Barnard St. (Beat 26). 11/17/19 19:00 hrs.:   The reporting party advised they parked the vehicle around 1900 hrs and possibly left the keys in the vehicle.

    NW Historic District

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 191020006 126 W Bay St. (Beat 27). 10/20/2019 00:35 hrs.: Domestic verbal argument escalated in the suspect strangling the victim.  Suspect Arrested.

    LARCENY,ENTERING AUTO; 191026064 W Bay St/Jefferson St. (Beat 27). 10/25/2019 17:00 – 10/26/2019 12:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that she parked her vehicle on Bay St. while she was downtown. She stated when she left downtown, she drove home to South Carolina, and when she woke up, she discovered her Smith & Wesson 9 mm firearm missing from her vehicle.

    LARCENY,FROM YARDS; 191030137 201 W Bay St. (Hotel Indigo – Beat 26). 10/30/2019 19:00 – 19:30 hrs.: The complainant stated that his cell phone was stolen off of the valet stand at the hotel.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 191101007 W Congress St/Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. (Beat 27). 11/01/2019 01:38 hrs.: Officers responded to a report of a fight. A friend that was with the victim stated that they were in a minor physical altercation inside of Rogue Water bar and were kicked out. As they were walking North on MLK a different unknown white male ran up behind the victim and him in the face causing him to fall to the ground unconscious.

    AUTO THEFT; 191105010 Downtown Area. (Beat 27). 11/05/2019 05:05 hrs.: Officers responded to 704 Wheaton St. in reference to a complainant that had located his stolen vehicle. The complainant hadn’t reported the vehicle as stolen until he recovered it. The complainant stated that he was downtown with his friends, but is unsure where. He stated that he realized he had left his phone in the vehicle and went back to the vehicle to retrieve it, and that is when he discovered his vehicle missing. He was able to track his phone to the wooded area behind 704 Wheaton St., which is when he was notified police. The vehicle was found near the rail tracks with front end damage.  Vehicle Recovered.

    ROBBERY; 191107001 42 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. (Beat 27). 11/07/2019 00:11 hrs.: Officers responded to 42 MLK Blvd. for a robbery by force and carjacking. The victim stated that he was getting into his car which was parked near the First Bryan Baptist Church in Yamacraw Village. He stated that he got the car out of park when the suspects opened his doors and began threatening  and attacking him. They pulled him out of the car, got in the front seats, and drove off.  Vehicle Recovered.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191113051 14 Barnard St. (Beat 26). 11/09/2019 11:00 hrs.: Checkbook was reported stolen from the reporting party’s hotel room after a check was cashed for $950.00.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191021092 319 W Broughton St. (Edgewater Drive – Beat 26). 10/20/2019 14:55 hrs.: The business reported that they found on their security cameras where a customer stole three sweaters from them.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 191023034 Barnard St/W York St. (Beat 26). 10/23/2019 08:59 hrs.: The victim reported that he went to pass a tan colored RAV-4 that was in the road way and as he did the driver of the vehicle pointed a gun at him and asked if he “was in a hurry.”

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 191026014 405 W Congress St. (Beat 26). 10/26/2019 01:30 hrs.: Officers responded to the Rail Pub in reference to a battery. The victim had a severe laceration to the left side of his forehead from being hit in the head with a bottle. The laceration required 15 stitches.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 191028080 Barnard St/W Congress St. (Beat 26). 10/28/2019 11:36 hrs.: The suspect was reported to have walked up to the victim and threaten him with a knife.   Suspect Arrested.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191028151 111 W Congress St. (Smoke Life – Beat 26). 10/28/2019 20:05 hrs.: The business reported that two black male juveniles had come in the store and stole items, and ran from the store going north towards Bay St. Officers were able to catch one subject who was positively identified by the employee of the business. Suspect Arrested.

    LARCENY, OTHER; 191029094 132 Montgomery St. (Beat 26). 10/28/2019 11:00 – 10/29/2019 16:20 hrs.: Parking services reported the theft of a vehicle immobilization boot.

    NE Historic District

    LARCENY, FROM YARDS; 191020079 100 E River St. (Beat 26). 10/18/2019 19:30 – 10/21/2019 10:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that he had his reading glasses and credit card square stolen from his vendor tent that was set up at Rousakis Plaza. He stated that nothing else was taken from the tent, just those two items.

    ROBBERY; 191022167 304 E Broughton St. (Beat 26). 10/22/2019 17:20 – 17:40 hrs.: The victim reported that she had just left Blick art supply store and was walking in front of the Funky Brunch Café, when she felt someone grab her backpack from behind. She thought it was her friend messing with her so she didn’t pay much attention, until she realized the person wasn’t letting go and it startled her. She stated that she twisted quickly and the person let go and then ran off.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191022026 E Bryan St/Lincoln St. (Beat 26). 10/21/2019 18:00 – 10/22/2019 07:45 hrs.: The complainant stated that she found her front passenger window broken and her backpack containing her iPad and other items was missing from the vehicle.

    BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL; 191024027 1 E Bay St. (U.S. Customs House – Beat 26). 10/24/2019 02:00 – 08:00 hrs.: The business reported that while making their rounds, they notice the shattered glass on the ground from the bottom two windows of the two doors (four windows broken in all). The suspect entered the US Customs building by reaching the lock after breaking the windows. The suspect left behind a phone.

    ROBBERY; 191025152 13 E Broughton St. (Beat 26). 10/25/2019 21:00 hrs.: The victim stated that he and his friend were staging a “peaceful protest” of the Savannah Pride Parade by displaying a “Trump” flag. He stated that two white females came up and pushed him to the ground and took his flag. He stated that he did not know what direction the females went after taking the flag.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 191025140 23 Abercorn St. (The Olde Pink House – Beat 26). 10/25/2019 18:45 – 19:00 hrs.: A former employee was reported to have stolen a purse from the business. 

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 191101129 107 E River St. (True Grits – Beat 27). 11/01/2019 17:50 hrs.: The business reported that three juveniles came into the store and started looking around. They were asked if they had a parent with them and they told the employee no, so they were asked to leave. The juveniles caught and attitude with the employee, but started toward the door. One of the juveniles then grabbed a stack of stickers from a stand and all three then proceeded to run from the store.

    LARCENY, BICYLCE; 191103104 201 E Broughton St. (Beat 26). 11/03/2019 12:00 – 17:00 hrs.: The complainant stated that he locked his bicycle to the bike rack in front of the SCAD Museum of Art, and when he returned his bicycle along with the lock were gone. He stated that the bicycle is a Roadmaster.

    BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL; 191107030 510 E. Congress St. (Beat 26). 11/07/19 08:59 hrs.: An employee from the worksite stole tools from the home.  The tools were being returned.  The reporting party declined to prosecute.

    LARCENY, BICYLCE; 191112077 7 E. Congress St. (Beat 26). 11/12/19 13:30 hrs.: The complainant advised that he left his bike in the bike rack in front of the restaurant.  A witness observed a male walk up to the rack and take the bike.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 191117079 28 Houston St. (Beat 26). 11/17/19 19:50 hrs.: Vehicle was rummaged and 2 ipads and a purse were stolen from the vehicle.

    AUTO THEFT; 191117077 108 York St. (Beat 26). 11/17/19 19:00 hrs.:   White Toyota Camry was left running in front of the restaurant.  It was gone when the owner returned.

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  • Friday, November 15, 2019 11:44 AM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    The cut-off/deadline date for the HDBR Meetings will now be the 2nd Thursday of every month instead of the 2nd Wednesday. The change is so that the Preservation Staff is not tied up at the HDBR Meeting on the deadline day. 

    Application Deadline (Due by Close of Business: 5pm)*

    Meeting Date

    q Thursday, December 12, 2019

    Wednesday, January 8, 2020

    q  January 16, 2020

    February 12

    q  February 13

    March 11

    q  March 12

    April 8

    q  April 16

    May 13

    q  May 14

    June 10

    q  June 11

    July 8

    q  July 16

    August 12

    q  August 13

    September 9

    q  September 17

    October 14

    q  October 15

    November 12**

    q  November 12

    December 9

    * For petitions that were reviewed at the immediately prior meeting, the deadline is extended one (1) week.

    ** Rescheduled due to Veteran’s Day.


  • Monday, October 07, 2019 3:30 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF DNA


    Ordinance re: Quadricycles in Downtown

    On Thursday, October 10, the Savannah City Council will be considering legislation to modify the operating areas and activities of the quadricycle slow rides.  This legislation will limit their areas of operation to North of Charlton and West of Abercorn St.  Additionally, a separate piece of alcohol ordinance legislation will PROHIBIT the operation of the slow rides with any OPEN CONTAINERS of alcohol.  It is important that members of the downtown community show their support for this legislation by contacting the alderman as well as attending the Council Hearing on the 10th of October. 

    Please reach out to the Mayor and City Council members encouraging them to support this legislation.  If you are able to attend the Council Hearing on the 10th please do, so we can show our support by having a large turnout.

    THANK YOU!

  • Monday, September 23, 2019 9:00 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    Two candidate forums are planned in preparation for this year's election:

    1)  The League of Women Voters (LOWV) of Coastal Georgia and its partners will be hosting a candidate forum with the candidates for City of Savannah At-Large Posts 1 & 2, and Mayor.  Read more here.

    When & Where:

    Thursday, October 3 @ 5:30 - 6:30pm (At-Large candidate forum) & @ 7:30 - 8:30pm (Mayoral candidate forum)

    @ Coastal Georgia Center


    2)  Savannah Downtown Business Association (SDBA) and partners will be hosting a candidate forum / debate with candidates for the City of Savannah Mayor, Alderman District 2, and At-Large Post 1 & 2.  Read more here.

    When & Where:

    Thursday, October 17 @ 11:30am - 1:30pm (At-Large candidates forum)
    & @ 7:30 - 8:30pm (Mayoral candidates forum)

    @ Westin Savannah Harbor

  • Sunday, August 11, 2019 7:00 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    New York Times article (August 6, 2019):  The Charm, and Challenge, of Savannah

    Full article available online here.

  • Saturday, July 20, 2019 11:42 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    Thanks to the longstanding relationship with the Savannah Police Department and District Representatives, Northwest Precinct Sergeants provide us with regular updates regarding police activity in the area.  Starting in July 2019, the information will be compiled and a link to a pdf document will be shared with you in the bi-weekly e-newsletter, as well as on this page.

    July 11 - 20:  summary available @ Crime Reported 7-11 thru 7-20.pdf

    July 1 - 10:  summary available @ Crime Reported 7-1 thru 7-10.pdf


  • Saturday, July 20, 2019 7:30 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    A new resource to check on when and where events, parades, runs, films, etc., that are permitted through the City's Special Events, Film and Tourism Department, are taking place is now available. Please follow the link here

  • Thursday, July 11, 2019 10:00 AM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    Thanks to the longstanding relationship with the Savannah Police Department and District Representatives, Northwest Precinct Sergeants provide us with regular updates regarding police activity in the area.  Starting in July 2019, the information will be compiled and a link to a pdf document will be shared with you in the bi-weekly e-newsletter, as well as on this page.

    July 1 - 10:  summary available @ Crime Reported 7-1 thru 7-10.pdf


  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019 10:19 AM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    Part One Crimes Report

    For

    Downtown Neighborhood Association

    40 “reported” Part (1) incidents; Break Down / 30 Day Period 2019

    30 Days (Reports are preliminary based) Numbers are based off of what is included the “Neighborhood” Crystal report. The Numbers in this report may not be a final and definite total. This is not raw data.

    (4-20-2019 through 5-20-2019)   “27” in 2018

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190427022 W Congress St/Jefferson St. (Beat 27). 04/27/19 03:42 hrs.:  Suspects were observed on video stealing a bag from a patron of the club.  Suspects Arrested.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 190512019 301 Williamson St. (Beat 27). 05/12/2019 03:10 hrs.: A fight between two groups of patrons escalated and a firearm was fired.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190512028 412 Williamson St. (Beat 27).  05/12/2019 02:43 – 02:44 hrs.:  Vehicle was left unlocked, firearm stolen.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190420124 14 W State St. (Wright Square Antique Mall – Beat 26). 04/20/2019 14:00 hrs.: The business reported that a book was stolen by a known customer.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190425138 410 W. Broughton St. (Beat 26)  05/25/2019 20:34 hrs.: Two cell phones were stolen from the hostess stand.  The incident was recorded on video.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 190427028 306 W Congress Ln. (Beat 26). 04/27/2019 04:34 hrs.: Victim reported being stabbed in the back and face while in the lane behind the business.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190430067 150 Montgomery St. (Springfield Suites – Beat 26). 04/29/2019 18:30 – 04/30/2019 08:45 hrs.: A wallet and a pair of earrings were reported missing from a guest room.

    LARCENY BICYCLE; 190430107 109 W Broughton St. (Beat 26). 04/27/2019 21:00 – 04/29/2019 17:00 hrs.: A bicycle was left secured at this location.  It was missing when the owner returned two days later.

    LARCENY SHOPLIFTING; 190504059 119 Bull St. (CVS – Beat 26). 05/04/2019 11:00 hrs.: The business reported a beer was stolen by an older homeless man.

    LARCENY SHOPLIFTING; 190508060 217 W Broughton St. (Free People – Beat 26). 05/08/2019 11:53 – 12:03 hrs.: The business reported that two females stole a pair of jeans.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 190514066 136 Jefferson St. (Beat 26). 05/14/2019 11:00 hrs.: A dispute between roommates collimated in one of the parties being pepper sprayed.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190505121 205 E River St. (Cinnamon Bear – Beat 26). 05/05/2019 16:00 – 21:00 hrs.: The business reported that a display bear was stolen from in front of their store.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190513041 115 E River St. (Huey’s – Beat 26). 05/12/2019 23:45 – 05/13/2019 10:59 hrs.: Two homeless subjects were reported stealing a bottle of liquor from behind the bar.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190515069 136 Bull St. (Beat 26). 05/15/2019 12:30 hrs.: The complainant reported that his watch was stolen out of his car. 

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190421125 15 E Liberty St. (Beat 25). 04/21/2019 17:45 – 22:15 hrs.: The complainant stated that he had his vehicle valet and when the vehicle was returned to him his Nintendo Switch, several bottles of liquor, cash, GPS, and various other items were missing. 

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190422041 15 E Liberty St. (Beat 25). 04/22/2019 10:05 hrs.: The vehicle was rummaged through while valet parked.  Nothing was reported missing.

    LARCENY, FROM YARDS; 190422054 236 Drayton St. (Beat 25). 04/20/2019 05:20 hrs.: The complainant reported that an unknown suspect stole a monkey statue which had been glued down.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190423130 222 Drayton St. (Parker’s – Beat 25). 04/23/2019 20:49 hrs.: The suspect was reported to have attempted to walk out of the store with a beer without paying. Suspect Arrested.

    LARCENY, BICYCLE; 190426093 500 E Broad St. (Beat 25). 04/26/2019 13:00 – 14:00 hrs.: A bicycle was stolen off the rack.  The bicycle was not secured to the rack.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190501069 112 E Taylor St. (Beat 25). 04/30/2019 19:00 – 05/01/2019 12:26 hrs.: The complainant stated that he parked his vehicle in front of his residence and when he returned his golf clubs were missing.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190502145 Bull St/E Gordon St. (Beat 25). 05/02/2019 20:00 – 21:00 hrs.: The complainant stated her vehicle was broken into and a two backpacks with 2  Mac computers, 2 chargers, art books, a hard drive and school text books were stolen.

    ROBBERY, SUDDEN SNATCHING; 190504017 222 Drayton St. (Beat 25). 05/04/2019 02:40 hrs.: The victim reported he was sitting in the Square when the suspect snatched his IPhone 4 from his lap.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190505099 222 Drayton St. (Parker’s – Beat 25). 05/05/2019 17:16 hrs.: Homeless subject stole a beer without paying.  The suspect was located nearby and was still in possession of the item.  Suspect Arrested.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190505042 15 E Liberty St. (Beat 25). 05/05/2019 04:16 – 05:09 hrs.: The complainant advised that sunglasses, credit cards, tablet and a GPS system were stolen out of his car while it was parked in the parking garage.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190506022 106 E Taylor St. (Beat 25). 05/06/2019 06:20 – 07:10 hrs.: Video recorded the suspect entering the victim’s vehicle.  A pair of earrings were stolen from the vehicle.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190508146 Abercorn St/E Harris St. (Beat 25). 05/08/2019 19:30 – 20:47 hrs.: Two suspects were witnessed entering an auto.  A purse was reportedly taken from the vehicle.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190509103 222 Drayton St. (Parker’s – Beat 25). 05/09/2019 16:40 hrs.: The business reported that  the suspects had food made and received their food and left the business without paying for the food.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 190510123 Turner Blvd/Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Beat 25). 05/10/2019 17:49 hrs.: The victim stated that the driver of a gray Grand Caravan pointed a firearm at him while he was pushing his vehicle out of the road.

    BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL; 190511059 408 E. McDonough St. (Beat 26). 05/11/2019 211:03 hrs.: The reporting party advised that two Xboxes and a backpack were stolen from her home.  She advised the doors were left unsecured.

    LARCENY, FROM BUILDING; 190514133 201 W Boundary St. (Beat 25). 05/11/2019 15:00 – 19:00 hrs.: The complainant reported that his Scooter was stolen from the dorms.  The Scooter was later located at another dorm nearby.

    AUTO THEFT; 190516083 306 Lincoln St. (Beat 25). 05/16/2019 14:38 hrs.: Two suspects stole a motorcycle by loading it into a pickup truck.  Video was recorded of the event.

    BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL; 190517152 E Gordon Ln./Price St. (Beat 25). 05/16/2019 14:38 hrs.: The reporting party stated that the keys to her car were taken from her home and her vehicle was then stolen and wrecked across the street.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190519048 116 E McDonough St. (Beat 25). 05/19/2019 03:00 hrs.:  A roof rack with lights was reported stolen from the top of a vehicle.

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190424022 608 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Beat 25). 04/23/2019 19:00 – 04/24/2019 07:54 hrs.: The complainant advised that someone broke with window and rummaged through his vehicle, nothing was reported stolen.

    ROBBERY, STRONGARM; 190427025 W Hall St/Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Beat 25). 04/27/2019 04:00 hrs.: The victim stated that the suspect jumped on her and hit her in the chest and arms. The subject then forcefully took the keys to her vehicle from her and fled in her vehicle north on MLK from Hall St. 

    LARCENY, ENTERING AUTO; 190429138 301  W Liberty St. (Beat 25). 04/29/2019 09:55 – 20:00 hrs.: The reporting party advised that his tag was stolen off his vehicle while it was parked at this location.

    LARCENY, SHOPLIFTING; 190504130 610 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Family Dollar – Beat 25). 05/04/2019 19:24 hrs.: The business reported that two suspects entered the business and stole a trash bag full of items before running out of the store.

    LARCENY, BICYCLE; 190424047 530 E Hall St. (Beat 24). 04/23/2019 10:30 – 04/24/2019 07:00  hrs.: The complainant stated that her bicycle was stolen.  The complainant advised it had been locked and secured.

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; 190427149 Drayton St/E Hall St. (Beat 24). 04/27/2019 21:41 hrs.: Victim stated the suspect pulled out a box cutter and started swinging it at him. Victim stated the suspect then got back onto his bike and rode off.

    LARCENY, BICYCLE; 190518010 513 E Hall St. (Beat 24). 5/18/19 01:44 hrs.: A bicycle was reported stolen off the front porch at this location.  The bicycle was left unsecured.

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  • Tuesday, April 16, 2019 12:37 PM | DNA ADMIN Communications (Administrator)

    The Downtown Neighborhood Association's Board of Directors announced today the recipients of this year’s community grants. They are:

    Bike Walk Savannah
    Deep Center
    Emmaus House
    Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home Foundation
    Forsyth Farmers' Market
    Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs
    Friends of Massie (Massie Heritage Center)
    HUGS - Heads-Up Guidance Services
    Inner City Night Shelter, Inc
    League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia
    Loop It Up Savannah
    The Mediation Center of the Coastal Empire
    Savannah Association for the Blind
    Savannah Children's Choir
    Savannah Tree Foundation
    Thomas Park Food Pantry
    Trustees Garden Club
    Urban Hope, Inc.
    WRUU - 107.5 Savannah

    Each year, the DNA bestows grants to community organizations that have an impact on the greater downtown area, particularly those that help or enrich the residential quality of life. Each recipient goes through an application process and before the DNA Board of Directors for selection.

    The funds for the grants are raised each year through the DNA’s Savannah Holiday Tour of Homes. Members and supporters of the DNA open their homes and inns for visitors to tour and learn about architecture, home décor, and the history and culture of the South. Close to a hundred volunteers supported the day-long event held last December. The DNA sold more than 800 tickets and raised $45,000 from the event. With two-thirds going to grants, the additional $10,000 will support community initiatives that address livability issues for downtown residents.

    CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL NEWS RELEASE


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