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Delinquents attack school safety agents

84TH PRECINCT

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Schooled

A pair of delinquents assaulted two school safety agents at George Westinghouse High School on Tillary Street on Feb. 24.

The victims told police that they were trying to escort the punks off the school property at Bridge Street at 11 am when the bruisers started punching the guards.

First responders took one of the victims to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment of facial lacerations and a swollen knee, according to police reports.  

Dental delinquents

Police arrested two men for allegedly assaulting a victim at a Schermerhorn Street courthouse on Feb. 24.

The victim told police that the suspects allegedly punched him in the face near Smith Street at 11:30 pm, knocking out his tooth. 

Police arrested the two men at the building 15 minutes later, and slapped them with felony assault charges, according to police reports.

Close call!

A woman narrowly escaped a pair of carjackers on Adams Street on Feb. 25.

The victim told police that she was sleeping in her parked car near Sands Street at 9 pm when one of the scumbags smashed her passenger side window while the other tried to get into the car.

The woman managed to speed off and escape before the villains could get in, according to police reports.

Botched burglar

Police arrested a man for allegedly attempting to rob a State Street construction site on Feb. 29.

A patrolling officer allegedly saw the man go in and out of the site between Bond and Hoyt streets at 2:20 pm, and told the site’s manager about it, who said he wasn’t supposed to do that.

The cop then stopped the suspect walking out with construction tools, keys, and a jacket, and arrested him on felony burglary charges.

Courthouse knock 

Cops cuffed a woman for allegedly punching another woman at a Schermerhorn Street courthouse on Feb. 28.

The victim told police that the woman, who was in police custody at the time, allegedly struck the victim near Smith Street at around 2:45 am. 

First responders took the victim to a nearby hospital for treatment and slapped the suspect with felony assault charges, according to police reports.

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