Cops collar man for allegedly hitting woman with a bottle Downtown


Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown


Police arrested a man for allegedly hitting a woman with a glass bottle on Duffield Street on Sept. 11.

The victim told police that she was arguing with the suspect near Willoughby Street at around 7:40 pm when he allegedly swung the bottle at her.

Paramedics rushed the woman to Methodist Hospital for treatment, and cops arrested the man at the scene at 8:10 pm for felony assault, according to police reports.

Revel without a buzz

Bandits nabbed two Revel scooter batteries in Downtown Brooklyn and Dumbo on May 22 and July 11.

Staff at the scooter sharing company told police that the miscreants grabbed the batteries, worth about $1,650 each, setting off alarm notifications for tampering with the vehicles.

Officially criminal

A ne’er-do-well looted a city vehicle on Smith Street on Sept. 10.

The victim told police that the criminal broke into a parked Department of Transportation vehicle between Warren and Wyckoff streets at 1:30 pm and bagged a Gucci wallet, a city radio, lunch box, car keys, and DOT identification.

Apple thief!

Some scoundrel ransacked a Court Street office on Aug. 31.

The victim told cops that the prowler got into the real estate office at Warren Street at around 11 pm through the back door and stole four Apple computers.

Run with it

A sinister sneakerhead bagged more than $2,000-worth of shoes from a Fulton Street department store in the wee hours of Sept. 13.

A store employee told police that the footwear fiend grabbed several shoes, valued at a total of $2,360, from the store between Flatbush Avenue Ext. and Hanover Place at 4:25 am and ran off.