Cops cuff alleged pirate for violent mugging


Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Nose blows

Police cuffed a man for allegedly assaulting a man during a robbery on McDonald Avenue on Oct. 4.

The victim told police the suspect allegedly bloodied his nose during a fight over money near Quentin Road at 10:30 am, before the victim handed over an envelope with $260 in it.

Cops cuffed the man soon after, and found the envelope in the suspect’s pocket, according to police reports.

Soap dope

A marauder threatened an 18th Avenue pharmacy employee before stealing soap on Oct. 3.

The victim told police that the baddie said “I will hurt you,” and snatched $86 worth of Dove soap from the store at the corner of 67th Street at 9:30 am.

Caught red handed

Cops arrested a man for allegedly attacking another man and taking his cellphone on Bay 29th Street on Oct. 3.

The victim told police that the suspect was muttering unintelligibly when he randomly punched the victim in the stomach near 86th Street just after 10 am, before allegedly snatching his phone and unsuccessfully trying to pull his necklace off his neck.

The victim identified the defendant around the corner from the scene, and cops arrested him on the spot, according to police reports. 

Knocked out

Two villains knocked a man unconscious before stealing his phone on W. Ninth Street on Oct. 1.

The victim told police that he saw a man rummaging through the glove compartment of his car parked between Avenue P and Quentin Road at 4:15 am, but when he rushed to the car to stop him, the thief’s accomplice struck him in the back of the head. 

The victim lost consciousness briefly, and when he awoke, his cellphone was gone and the robbers were fleeing in a black sedan, according to police reports.