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Smash attack

A punk smashed through the window of a car that was parked on 16th Street on Oct. 24, but didn’t actually steal anything from inside. The car’s owner, who lives around the corner, parked her Toyota sedan between Seventh and Eighth avenues just after 3 am, but when she came back for it several hours later, the rear driver’s side window was broken.

Smash hits

Cops arrested a man on Oct. 22 after he punched through the glass front door of a popular Fifth Avenue cafe.

The man allegedly had had too much to drink and the bartender was politely telling him to leave at around 4 am, when suddenly the man grew aggressive and punched the door. As the glass shattered, the bartender called the cops who quickly arrived at the cafe, which is between 20th and 21st streets.

— Sarah Portlock

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Angryblackman from Crown height says:
So today I noticed my car was broken into Nutting was stolen but some cds its a shame what this world is coming to
Dec. 19, 2012, 9:44 pm

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