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Cops nab suspect for alleged attack on girlfriend

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Domestic violence

Police arrested a man for allegedly attacking his girlfriend and stealing her phone at his Monument Walk apartment on April 13.

The victim told police that she was arguing with her beau about him not returning her phone calls at the apartment near Myrtle Avenue at 5:15 pm, before the suspect allegedly slapped her face before grabbing her phone.

Cops arrested the man the next day on felony robbery charges, according to authorities.

One order of crime

A gang of goons robbed an e-biker on Dekalb Avenue on April 14.

The victim told police that the six scoundrels surrounded him at St. James Place at around 8:45 pm before grabbing the bike and hightailing it.

Four crooks, two wheels

Four fiends beat up a delivery man and stole his phone on Park Avenue on April 17.

The victim told police that the brutes pushed him off his bike and punched and kicked him at Waverly Avenue at 6:40 pm before stealing his phone. 

Cashing in

Looters stole an ATM from a Fulton Street diner on the night of April 12.

An employee told police that the pillagers broke the lock on the front door of the eatery at Vanderbilt Avenue between 6 pm and 4:45 am the next morning, before taking cash from the dispenser. 

Eat that!

A bandit took off with a mountain bike from a Fulton Street restaurant on April 18.

The victim told police that the purloiner got into the eatery between St. James Place and Grand Avenue at 9:16 am and tried to take the cash register, before leaving with just the bicycle.

Wheely bad

Some nogoodnik nabbed a guy’s e-bike at Ashland Place on April 13.

The victim told police that the rascal took his bike between Willoughby Street and Myrtle Avenue at 6:40 pm, before wheeling away. 

Bag bandit

A ne’er-do-well snatched a woman’s bag on Fulton Street on April 9.

The victim told police that the malefactor came from behind her at Waverly Avenue at 10:45 am before swiping her purse. 

Citibike swipe

A thief nabbed a Citibike on Myrtle Avenue on April 14.

The victim told police that he left the rental bike leaning against a tree between Clermont Avenue and Adelphi Street at 4 pm, and when he came back 25 minutes later he found it missing.

What a tool!

A raider bagged a bunch of tools from a N. Elliot Walk public housing garage on April 19.

The victim told police that someone broke into the storage facility near Myrtle Avenue around 2 pm and stole weed wackers, leaf blowers, and a wrench.

Take a bike!

Some freebooter stole a deliveryman’s e-bike on Classon Avenue on April 19.

The victim told police that he was delivering pizza to a customer between Fulton Street and Putnam Avenue at 9:20 pm, when he saw the punk hop on his bike and zoom off northbound toward Irving Place.

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