Fast food manager cuffed for knife attack


Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Not lovin’ it

Police arrested a store manager for allegedly trying to slash another man at Flatbush Avenue Ext. fast food restaurant on Dec. 31.

The victim told police that the manager pulled out a knife during an argument inside the eatery  at Fulton Street at 1:35 am and said “Do not play with me, I’l; slice you up,” while swinging the blade at him and cutting his jacket. 

The victim was uninjured, but police arrived at the scene just before 2 pm and arrested the suspect on felony robbery charges, according to police reports.


Cops collared a man for allegedly hitting a woman with a pipe on Vanderbilt Avenue on Jan. 1.

The victim told police that  the suspect hit her in the head with the metal bar near Myrtle Avenue at 10:50 am.

Police arrested the man on the spot for felony assault, according to police reports.

Clean sweep

A prowler stole appliances and cash from a truck on Fleet Walk on Dec. 31. 

The victim told police that he left his vehicle unlocked while making a delivery near Prince Street at 12:50 pm, and he came back to find that the bandit had taken a dishwasher, dryer, and $1,960 in cash. 

Ride steal

Freebooters stole a guy’s car on St Edwards Street between Dec. 23 and Dec. 29. 

The victim told police that he left his car near Park Avenue, but he came back, it was gone.

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