Fort Greene–Clinton Hill
A posse of gun-toting goons held up a man at the Atlantic Avenue Q-train station on Oct. 4.
The victim told police that the five fiends approached and snatched his backpack while threatening him with a gun on the Coney Island-bound platform at 10 pm.
Some villain smashed a senior’s head with a bottle on Waverly Avenue on Oct. 6.
A witness told police that the brute hit the 78-year-old man in the face with the bottle between Lafayette and Greene avenues around 11:10 am before bolting away.
Paramedics rushed the elderly man to Methodist Hospital for treatment of cuts to his forehead and bruises to the back of his head, according to police reports.
A malefactor threw a can of dog food at a man inside a Park Avenue bodega on Oct. 6.
The victim told police that his attacker tossed the canned canine cuisine at him during a verbal argument near Cumberland Street at 8 am, before running out of the store.
A filcher looted a city inspector’s car on Grand Avenue on Oct. 6.
The victim parked his Department of Buildings vehicle between Fulton Street and Lefferts Place at 9 am and when he came back 20 minutes later he saw that someone had stolen his phone, laptop, and city gas card.
A Good Samaritan intercepted a phone thief on Flatbush Avenue on Oct. 9.
The victim told police that the bandit asked to use her phone near Livingston Street at 9:50 am, before driving off with it in her car.
Then, some hero ran after the car and took back the cellphone, before giving it to the victim, cops said.