Man allegedly bites cop during arrest


Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Cop chomp

A man allegedly bit a cop while he was being arrested near Bay Eighth Street on Jan. 14.

The officer told his fellow police that he was arresting the 40-year-old man for an unrelated crime between Independence Avenue and Shore Parkway at 10:16 pm, when the suspect bit down on his right forearm, causing pain and causing him to bleed.

The cop was transported to Maimonides Medical Center, where he was treated for his wound. 


A violent brute stabbed a man in the back on 86th Street on Jan. 19.

The victim told police that he got in a fight with three men between 24th Avenue and Bay 37th Street at 3:55 am, when one of the bruisers stabbed him in the back with a knife, before the scumbags fled. 

First responders rushed the victim to a nearby hospital in stable condition, according to police reports.

Violent robbery

Three ruffians beat up a man and stole $201 from him on New Utrecht Avenue on Jan. 26.

The victim told police that the three louts threw him to the ground while punching and kicking him between 81st Street and Liberty Pole Boulevard at 11:55 pm, before the slimeballs took the cash from his wallet and fled. 

Teeth thief

A bandit snagged $1,392 worth of oral products from a Kings Highway pharmacy on Jan. 19.

An employee told police that the thief nabbed dozens of Crest and Listerine products from the pharmacy on the corner of W. Seventh Street at 1:40 pm, before running out of the store.