Cops cuffed a man for allegedly tackling a 71-year-old woman to the ground inside a Stillwell Avenue apartment on Feb. 4.
The victim told police that the 55-year-old suspect, who she’s in a relationship with, allegedly shoved her inside the apartment between Avenue P and Kings Highway at 8 pm, causing her to fall to the floor and bruise her left eye.
Police arrived on the scene and cuffed the suspect shortly after, according to police reports.
Some lowlife robbed a man and threatened to shoot him on 86th Street on Feb. 14.
The victim told police that the brute grabbed his cellphone and bluetooth speaker from his hands on the corner of 19th Avenue at 12:15 am, before pushing the victim to the ground and pulling out a gun during a brief skirmish.
A bandit stole $1,500 in cash from a parked car on New Utrecht Avenue on Feb. 13.
The victim told police that the burglar broke into his car parked near the corner of 16th Avenue at around 10 pm and stole his wallet, which contained the cash, credit cards, and his TLC license.
A thief nabbed a package containing expensive clothes from a W. 10th Street stoop on Feb. 2.
The victim told police that a postal worker accidentally dropped off the package at the wrong address between Avenue S and Avenue T at 2:21 pm, but before she could pick up the package — which contained nearly $2,300 worth of closed from Nordstrom — some good-for-nothin’ had stolen it.