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Cops cuff man for allegedly attacking ex-girlfriend

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Domestic violence

Police arrested a man for allegedly slashing and choking his ex-girlfriend inside a Vanderbilt Avenue apartment on April 6.

The victim told police that her former beau allegedly cut her hand and chest at the residence between Park and Flushing avenues at 9:50 pm, before choking her, which caused her to lose consciousness for five minutes.

Cut it out!

Police arrested a man for allegedly cutting a woman’s face with a bottle of cologne at their Cumberland Walk apartment on April 11.

The victim told police that  the suspect accused her of breaking his bottle of cologne, leading both of them to get into a heated argument at Carlton Avenue around 2:40 pm, before the man allegedly grabbed the bottle and hit her in the face with it.

Cops cuffed the man at the apartment and slapped him with felony assault charges.

Deep cuts

Police arrested a woman for allegedly cutting another woman’s finger at a Carlton Avenue apartment on April 11.

The victim told police that the suspect took a blade and cut her finger deeply at Park Avenue at 2:30 pm.

Police arrested the suspect on the scene and charged her with felony assault.

Emergency loot

Burglars looted an emergency backpack, drinks, and supplies from a Greene Avenue apartment on April 6.

The victim told police that the two menaces broke his locker and stole a bag, tools, a large pack of toilet paper, seltzer, and sodas before hightailing toward Classon Avenue around 3:40 am.

Slice and dice

A bandit broke into a Classon Avenue pizzeria on April 4.

Police found that the lout smashed the window of the eatery at Greene Avenue around 3 am with a rock, but they didn’t see if the purloiner stole any goods.

Crosstown joyrider

A carjacker stole a sports car on Willoughby Avenue and drove it across three boroughs before cops found it again on April 6.

The victim told police that he parked his Dodge Charger at Clinton Avenue around 6:30 pm and when he returned two hours later he found it was stolen — and licence plate readers later caught the car crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, driving up the isle of Manhattan, before cops found it parked in the Bronx.

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