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Rogue brutally beats man, robs him

84TH PRECINCT

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Violent holdup

A brute beat a man to a pulp and robbed him on Jay Street on March 12.

The victim told police that the villain assaulted him at Willoughby Street at 6:35 pm and stole his phone and $100, leaving him bleeding and badly concussed.

After coming home with his wounds, the victim was brought to Brooklyn Hospital Center for treatment.

Clean hit!

A shoplifter threw a bar of soap at a pharmacy employee on Montague Street on March 22.

The victim told police that he caught the nogoodnik bagging the cleaning materials at the store near Remsen Street just after 111 am, when the lout hurled one bar at his face and bolted toward Cadman Plaza.

Five-finger discount

Some purloiner threatened a Court Street discount store employee with a blade on March 25.

The victim told police that the good-for-nothing tried to bag a bunch of jeans and a pack of underwear from the store at Joralemon Street at 8:20 pm, and when the worker stopped him and escorted him outside, he pulled out a boxcutter and said, “I will cut you,” before making off with stolen goods.

Headstand

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly smacking a guy in the head with a wooden stand on Court Street on March 23.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly hit the guy with the bat near Montague Street just before 4:45 pm.

Paramedics took the man to Cobble Hill Hospital for treatment, and cops cuffed the woman at the scene on felony assault charges, according to police reports. 

Unneighborly

Police collared a woman they say assaulted her elderly neighbor on Duffield Street on March 24.

The 79-year-old victim told cops that the two got into a war of words between Willoughby and Fulton streets at 3:10 pm when the suspect allegedly punched the senior citizen and scratched the back of his head.

Cops took the woman in on felony assault charges at 3:40 pm, according to police reports.

Hefty hoax!

Some shyster scammed a Nassau Street man out of $1.5 million dollars on March 22.

The victim told police that he wired the charlatan the massive sum at 1:10 pm because the fraudster pretended to be his lawyer in an email.

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