Burglar breaks into office

84th precinct stationhouse
The 84th Precinct stationhouse in Downtown Brooklyn.
Photo by Kirstyn Brendlen

84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights—DUMBO—Boerum Hill—Downtown

Burglar breaks into office

A burglar stole a few laptops from a Jay Street office on June 1.

The victim told police he was the only person with access to his office near Plymouth Street that morning, and headed out for just about ten minutes, leaving the door closed but unlocked. When her returned, he discovered that someone had entered the office and grabbed a Macbook Pro, a Macbook Air, and a laptop charger, altogether worth more than $4,000.

Violent trio attack man on subway platform

Three goons attacked a man at the York Street subway station on May 31.

Cops said the victim was waiting for the southbound F train at about 3pm when he got into a verbal argument with one of the three louts. As he stepped into the train, one of the jerks allegedly stepped forward, slapped him in the face, then started attacking him with a knife. 

Police arrested the alleged assailant after the attack, and the victim was taken to the Brooklyn Hospital Center with lacerations to his shoulder, chest, and neck.

Stabbing on the street

A bruiser allegedly stabbed a woman on Old Fulton Street on June 1.

The victim was walking near Henry Street just before 9pm when the baddie allegedly approached her and stabbed her in the side with an unknown object. Cops said the victim ran away but the villain gave chase. She managed to escape, and witnesses called the cops and identified the attacker, who was arrested on the spot.

Emergency responders brought the victim to Cobble Hill Hospital, where she was treated by emergency room staff.

Gunshots fired at gas station

Some snake fired shots at a 3rd Avenue gas station on June 3.

Police said the victim was changing a fire near Bergen Street just after midnight when someone suddenly fired at him, hitting his vehicle but luckily not the victim himself. Multiple witnesses at the gas station also heard the shots ring out, and one said they saw a man fire a gun, then flee down 3rd Avenue.