Teenage hoodlums, one wielding a knife, mugged another teen on President Street on June 3.
The villains sneaked behind the victim, 14, between Smith and Hoyt streets at 3:15 pm. One of the crooks held the shiv to the innocent lad’s back, before he and his accomplice stole two cellphones from the victim.
Thieves deployed their SUV as a battering ram against an ATM on the sidewalk of Court Street on June 4, but were unable to uproot the cash machine.
A witness saw two men in the black vehicle deliberately smash into the outdoor bank machine between Douglass and Degraw streets at 2 am, but raiders fled when the cash machine remained rooted.
Hooligans stole the antennae and radio equipment from a livery cab parked on Hicks Street while the driver visited an ailing family member in the hospital on June 8.
The driver, 35, said he parked his car at 12:20 pm between Warren and Baltic streets. When he returned, his passenger side window was shattered and someone had taken his transmitter, antennae and other gear to communicate with his dispatcher.
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