Man cuffed in Sixth Avenue assault

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Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Under pressure

Cops cuffed a guy for allegedly assaulting another man on Sixth Avenue on Jan. 15. 

The victim told police that the suspected punched him and bashed him with pressure nailer inside an apartment near 52nd Street at around 4:14 pm. 

Cops cuffed the guy shortly after 5:00 pm and charged him with assault.  

Lowdown and dirty

Six men beat and robbed a guy on the D train between the Ninth Avenue and 36th Street stops on Jan. 14, cops say. 

The victim told cops that the thieves boarded the train at Ninth Avenue at around 8:00 pm, when one of them said “what’s up, why are you looking at me,” to the victim. When the victim confronted his harassers, they attacked. The goons then pulled the jacket, which contained his iPod, off the victim’s back, and fled the train at 36th Street. 


Some worm looted a man’s 19th Street apartment on Jan. 14, nabbing cash and clothes.

The victim told police that he left his home near Fifth Avenue at around 8 am, and returned at 3 pm to discover $5,000 and some clothes had vanished

Vanishing car

A carjacker stole a vehicle from Second Avenue on Jan. 14, cops say. 

The victim told cops that he left his car parked near 30th Street around 2:30 pm, and when he returned at 10:00 pm his car had been jacked.