Fort Greene–Clinton Hill
Pencil in the peeper!
Police arrested a man suspected of stabbing anther man in the eye with a pencil at Prince Street on Nov. 12.
The victim told police that his alleged attacker stabbed him near Tillary Street at 4 am, leaving him with a cut to his eyeball and a fracture to his eye socket.
Paramedics rushed the victim to Brooklyn Hospital, and police cuffed the 25-year-old suspect and slapped him with felony assault charges, according to the authorities.
Blade-wielding bandits jumped a guy on S. Oxford Street on Nov. 13.
The victim told police that the two louts approached him near Fulton Street at around 4:30 pm, when one pulled out a knife — before the thieves grabbed the victim’s phone and earphones and fled to a nearby C train subway stop.
Knife-wielding Scumbags attacked a guy after a botched robbery on Flushing Avenue on Nov. 14.
The victim told police that the the two nogoodniks held him up at Washington Avenue near Park Avenue at 9:20 am, demanding his wallet and any money. When the victim told the malefactors that he didn’t have any money and kept walking towards Flushing Avenue, the robbers began punching him several times before leaving the scene.
Police arrested a teen for allegedly robbing another youngster at Willoughby Street on Nov. 15.
The 17-year-old victim told police that he was coming out of Fort Greene Park near Saint Edwards Street at around 6:20 pm when he noticed two guys were tailing him, before one of them allegedly claimed to have a knife — before they grabbed his phone and ran off.
Police picked up one of the two suspects, a 17-year-old Bronx resident, at the park and slapped him with felony robbery charges, according to cops.
Bat to the head!
Some rake smacked a guy with a bat at a N. Oxford Street storage facility on Nov. 16.
The victim told police that the ruffian struck him several times in the arm and face between Flushing and Park avenues at 4:35 pm.
A thief took cash from a teen at a Fulton Street subway station on Nov. 3.
The 15-year-old victim told police that the ne’er-do-well asked him “What’s in your pocket” near S. Portland Street at 4:55 pm, before the boy took out his wallet out of confusion — when the jerk snatched the wallet from his hands and took out $16 before giving the purse back to him.