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Brute attacks man with his own bike in Clinton Hill • Brooklyn Paper

Brute attacks man with his own bike in Clinton Hill

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Bike bandit

Police arrested a man for allegedly taking another guy’s bike and attacking him with it on Washington Avenue on April 20.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly punched him in the face and grabbed his two-wheeler at Fulton Street at 4:45 am and swung it at him.

Cops caught up with the guy at the scene and slapped him with felony robbery charges, according to authorities.

Body-slam!

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly attacking his girlfriend and robbing her on Greene Avenue on April 23.

The victim told police that the defendant allegedly took her cellphone and handbag between Grand and Classon avenues around midnight, before strangling her and body-slamming her to the ground.

Cops got to the scene 10 minutes later and the suspect took off, but the Boys in Blue were able to stop him and serve him with felony robbery charges, according to the authorities.

Teen trouble

Police arrested two youths they suspect held up a man on Adelphi Street on April 24.

The victim told police that the two suspects and another youngster blocked his path between Dekalb and Lafayette avenues just before 8 pm, before allegedly hitting him in the mouth and snatching his phone from his hand.

Cops stopped two of the boys, aged 14 and 15, at the scene 15 minutes later for felony robbery charges, according to police.

Battle of the blades

Police apprehended a man and a woman who allegedly got into a blade battle at her Hanson Place apartment.

The victim told police that the suspect accused him of stealing her money at S. Elliot Place at 5:10 pm, and then allegedly grabbed a knife and stabbed him twice in the left shoulder blade and armpit, before he grabbed his own blade and stabbed her in the back.

Police got to the scene half an hour later and arrested both for felony assault charges.

Piped!

Two rogues attacked a man with a metal pipe on Fulton Street on the morning of April 21.

The brutes attacked the man with the bar, severely injuring his head and hands at Waverly Avenue at 4 am.

Ash bash

Police arrested a woman they suspect attacked a 65-year-old man with an ashtray on Myrtle Avenue on April 26.

The victim told police that  the suspect allegedly scratched him and hit him with the smoking paraphernalia at Vanderbilt Avenue just before 6 pm, before macing him.

Cops caught up with the woman 20 minutes later and arrested her on felony assault charges.

Booze bandit

Some nogoodnik looted a bunch of hooch from a Rockwell Place bar at the crack of dawn on April 21.

Witnesses told police that the raider pocketed four different types of hard liquor from the tavern between Fulton Street and Dekalb Avenue just after 6 am, including mezcal and whiskey.

Sneaking for sneaks

A thief stole a woman’s shoes and candles from her St. Felix Street home some time between April 12 and April 14.

The victim told police that the marauder broke into her apartment between Dekalb Avenue and Fulton Street, and took a pair of sneakers and her candles before bolting.

Fare-wheel

Some purloiner stole a bunch of bikes from a Clermont Avenue home between April 14 and April 16.

The victim told police that the lout broke into the building between Park and Flushing avenues and took the two-wheelers.

Holy moly!

A freebooter ransacked a woman’s car parked on Cumberland Street on the morning of April 24.

The victim told police that the bandit busted her car window between Fulton Street and Atlantic Avenue and between 8 and 11 am and took her laptop, tablet, diamond earrings, clothes, and prayer book.

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