A woman attacked her roommate with a knife on Bay Ridge Avenue on Nov. 19.
The victim told police that the enraged roommate cut him in the neck and fingers with a pocket knife after an argument inside their apartment between 15th and 16th avenues at 2:40 am.
Paramedics took the victim to a nearby hospital, where he received stitches for his injuries, according to police reports.
A baddie smacked a man in the head with a fire extinguisher and nabbed his phone on Cropsey Avenue on Nov. 17.
The victim told police that the attacker pulled him out of his parked car, punched him in the chest, and hit him with a fire extinguisher between Bay 40th and Bay 41st streets at 9 pm, before running off with the victim’s Nike shoes and cellphone.
A robber punched a man and stole his car on Bay Ridge Avenue on Nov. 18.
The victim told police that the assailant contacted him via Facebook and offered to buy his car, but when they met up between 18th and 19th avenues at 6:35 pm, the brute attacked the victim and drove off in the ill-gotten vehicle.
ICE cold crime
A con man pretended to be an ICE officer and scammed a woman out of $1,000 on Nov. 18.
The victim told police that the pilferer told her that she’d failed to submit her “alien identification number” for registration, and had to make two payments of $500 each, which the victim did before realizing the hoax.
A bandit nabbed two pairs of sneakers and electronics from a car parked on Benson Avenue on Nov. 15.
The victim told police that the thief broke into her Honda Accord parked by the corner of 26th Avenue and stole $2,234 worth of sneakers and a set of electronics at around 9:30 pm.