Elderly woman cuffed for bleach attack


Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

White out!

Cops cuffed an elderly woman for allegedly spraying bleach at her coworker on 20th Avenue on April 4.

The victim told cops that her 75-year-old coworker spritzed her in the face with the harmful chemicals inside an apartment near Cropsey Avenue at 8 am.

The victim was transported to a local hospital with swollen and red eyes, and the suspect was slapped with a felony assault charge, police said.

Hit back!

Cops also arrested the bleach assault victim for hitting the elderly woman during their dispute.

The senior citizen said that the 53-year-old smacked her in the back during their fight on April 4th inside the 20th Avenue apartment, causing “severe” pain.

The 75-year-old was removed to the same hospital as the other victim, who was also charged with felony assault, according to authorities. 


A group of scumbags stole $20,000 from a man in a violent robbery on 18th Avenue.

The victim told police that he was walking to a bank on the corner of 65th street when one of the assailants asked for directions before her two accomplices grabbed him and dragged him into a nearby car. The villains stabbed him in the leg and took a picture of his identification card requested that he withdraw $20,000 before hightailing it.  

That’s low!

Some lowlife threatened to rob a 10-year-old inside a park on 21st Avenue on March 31.

The victim told police that he was inside the park by 21st Drive at 2:10 pm when a 25-year-old approached him with a knife and said, “Money or die.” The boy ran away, tripping and falling on his knees, while the creep fled on a blue bike, authorities said. 

Lottery looters

Two thieves nabbed dozens of lottery tickets from an 86th Street deli on March 31.

An employee told cops that the pirates snagged $1,500 worth of lottery tickets from the store on the corner of 24th Avenue at 10:50 pm before running off.