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Cops cuff suspect for allegedly attacking victim with glass bottle

62ND PRECINCT

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Bottled up rage

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly smacking his friend in the face with a glass bottle on 17th Avenue on July 25.

The victim told cops that the suspect smashed a glass bottle on the side of his face after he and the suspect got into an argument near 64th Street at around 5:54 pm, causing laceration around the victim’s left eye. 

First responders took the victim to Maimonides Medical Center for his injuries, authorities said. 

E-bike bandit

A good-for-nothing stole an e-bike from New Utrecht Avenue and 71st Street on July 26.

The victim told cops that he left his $1,760 e-bike unattended while he went inside a deli at 4:50 pm, and when he came out, he saw the thief  speeding down the street on his bike and making a right turn onto Bay Ridge Parkway.

Cig sneak

A sneak thief nabbed 1o packs of cigarettes from a man’s 70th Street apartment sometime between June 29 and July 22.

The victim told police that while he was hospitalized, a burglar — perhaps his roommate — broke the lock to his room in his apartment between 19th and 20th avenues, before cutting the padlock on his dresser and stealing 10 packs of cigarettes from the drawer.

Pistol whipped

A slimeball smacked a teenager with a gun after stealing his bike and wallet on 78th Street on July 19. 

The 17-year-old victim told cops that the dirtbag pointed a gun at him and said, “Give me your money, give me your bike,” near  Stillwell Avenue at 11:50 pm before snatching his electronics, bike, wallet, and $300 — and hit him in the head with the gun before riding off.

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