While doing paperwork at the intersection of Lincoln and East 35th streets, an officer observed a woman run a stop sign in front of an approaching vehicle, which nearly hit her car. The officer stopped the woman. In addition to running a stop sign, she was arrested for driving on a suspended license. The vehicle was turned over to her mother, who took custody of the car and advised she would take it home.
Two days after an earlier assault, a West 53rd Street woman was assaulted again by the same man. She told police that he had punched her in the mouth, and she had visible signs of the assault on her lower lip. The man had punched the woman in the mouth during the earlier attack. The woman said she had reported the first attack, but the man had found the report number and torn it up.
A woman on West 54th Street reported her car tag as stolen. The car was parked in her back yard. The woman later saw the tag on a car parked in her next-door neighbors back yard and called police. The tag was removed and returned to the woman after she verified it was hers through an accident report. Officers ran a description of the other car through the system, but there was no information on it. The neighbor said he had no idea where the car came from.