Quantcast
Cops arrest man for choking girlfriend in Clinton Hill home • Brooklyn Paper

Cops arrest man for choking girlfriend in Clinton Hill home

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Strangler

Police arrested a man they say strangled his girlfriend in her sleep at their Lefferts Place home on May 10.

The victim told police that her beau allegedly choked her while she was asleep between Grand and Classon avenues around 9 pm, her beau choked her while she was asleep, causing her to lose consciousness.

Police arrested the suspect the next morning at the scene at 9:45 am and slapped him with felony assault charges, according to police reports. 

Stick attack

Cops cuffed a dad who allegedly hit his young son with a cane at their Lefferts Place home on May 12.

The 9-year-old victim told police that his father allegedly hit him in the head with the stick at Classon Avenue at 7 pm.

After initially resisting arrest at around 7:30 pm by slamming the door into an officer, cops eventually restrained him and charged him with felony assault, according to police reports. 

Fist responder

Police arrested a woman for allegedly attacking a paramedic in the back of an ambulance on Tillary Street on May 13.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly punched the first responder in the hands at Prince Street at 6 pm, injuring her thumb.

Police arrested the woman on May 18 on felony assault charges, according to reports. 

Hardware hit

Police cuffed a woman for allegedly hitting her boyfriend with a laptop on St. Edwards Street on May 14.

The victim told police that he was arguing with his flame near Park Avenue at 1:45 am when she allegedly took his computer and hit him in the head with it.

Police arrested the suspect on felony assault charges on May 18.

Smooth criminal

Some sneak thief stole $3,000-worth of lotion from a Washington Avenue building on May 15.

The victim told police that they left a box of the skin creams in the vestibule of the building between Flushing and Park avenues at 5 pm to be delivered, and two hours later found that the bandit had taken some of them and left other products opened.

Pirate robbery

A purloiner snatched a man’s electronics from his car on Willoughby Avenue on May 16.

The victim told police that he was unloading his car at Washington Park at 7:50 am when the pirate stole his camera, iPad, cash and several chargers all worth more than $3,500.

Stolen wheels!

A criminal hopped in a man’s car parked on Grand Avenue and drove off on May 15.

The victim told police that the bandits got into his car between Park and Flushing avenues at around 4:10 am and sped off westbound on Park Avenue.

Grab and go

Two good-for-nothings took a woman’s car on Grand Avenue on May 16.

The victim told police that her roommate parked her car without locking it between Lexington and Greene avenues, and surveillance video shows the delinquent duo waltzing up less than 10 minutes later and driving off.

More from Around New York