Man assaults woman during road rage robbery


Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Hit and rob

A road raging rogue punched a woman and snatched her bag on Flatbush Avenue on Oct. 3.

The victim told police that the jerk hit her vehicle with his car near Livingston Street just after 5 pm, and when she got out to check the damage, the brute punched her in the face twice before grabbing her purse and hightailing it.

Held up!

Cops collared a man for allegedly trying to rob another guy on Waverly Avenue on Sept. 30.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly demanded he hand over his wallet while indicating he had a knife at Myrtle Avenue around 10:40 pm. 

Police arrived on the scene and arrested the suspect for felony robbery charges, according to police reports. 

Bad relations

Police cuffed a man for allegedly piercing his relative’s hand during a fight at their St. Edwards Street home on Sept. 28.

The victim told police that he got into an escalating war of words with the suspect inside the home near Monument Walk just before 1 am, before the suspect allegedly grabbed a kitchen knife, holding it up to the victim’s neck, before puncturing his right hand.

Paramedics rushed the victim to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment, and cops arrested the suspect on felony assault charges, according to police reports.

Vengeful ex

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly attacking her ex-boyfriend’s new flame outside a St. Edwards Street housing complex on Sept. 30.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly lunged at her and her new beau near Park Avenue at 4 pm, putting her keys between her fingers and punching her repeatedly in the face.

Police arrested the suspect the following day at 7:45 pm on felony assault charges.

Bodega bruiser

Some brute whacked a guy with a blunt object at a Park Avenue bodega on Oct. 2.

The victim told police that the goon bludgeoned him in the face inside the deli near N. Oxford Street at 7 am. 

Paramedics rushed the injured victim to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment, according to police reports.