Cretin loads up on cookies

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

84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights—DUMBO—Boerum Hill—Downtown

Tossed his cookies again

Some cretin robbed an Atlantic Avenue convenience store on June 11.

Police said the jerk allegedly entered the 7/11 near Boerum Place just before 11pm and started loading cookies into a bag. After he had tossed about 16 different kinds of cookies into the bag, an employee told him to knock if off — and the jerk threatened her and said he would “wait for her outside.”

After the goon headed out, the employee called the police, who found the alleged pirate nearby, arrested him, and returned the cookies to the shelves.

Crook robs collective

A jerk broke into an office on Washington Street on June 9.

A witness to the crime told police the sneak entered the Art Collective near Water Street through an unlocked door at about 2:40am, gathered up a laptop, checkbook, and jacket, and fled The thief later cashed a check for $7,000.

Rake in the racks

Some snake tried to steal a bunch of clothes from a Fulton Street department store on June 7.

Police said the thief entered the Nordstrom Rack near Duffield Street at around 7pm and loaded up on bags, boxers, jeans, shoes and shirts, then headed for the exit, passing all cash registers on the way out.

Cops were waiting for the jerk, and arrested them on the scene.

Bandits attack in Brooklyn Bridge Par

A group of bandits allegedly robbed a man in Brooklyn Bridge Park on June 7.

The victim told police he was walking near Furman and Pineapple streets at nearly 11pm when he was surrounded by a group of cretins, one of whom pulled a black and blue gun and demanded the victim’s belongings. The raiders grabbed his phone and cash from his pockets and fled.

Cops searched the area and found the goons and the distinctive gun nearby.