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Band of brigands jump e-biker in Clinton Hill • Brooklyn Paper

Band of brigands jump e-biker in Clinton Hill

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Biker gang

Three criminals ambushed an e-biker on Hall Street on March 28.

The victim told police that the dirtbags surrounded him and pushed him off his two-wheeler  near Willoughby Avenue at 7:20 pm before demanding cash and food — but the victim fought them off, causing them to make a run for it with his $1,600 electric bicycle.

All in the family

A man attacked his own mother with a case of water on Clinton Avenue apartment on March 24.

The victim told police that she was trying to break up a fight between her two sons between Park and Myrtle avenues at 7 pm when the brute threw the case at her hand.

Sleepy strangler

Police arrested a woman they suspect of strangling a man inside his Adelphi Street apartment on March 25.

The victim told police that he was lying in his bed when the suspect, who seemed like she was drunk, allegedly choked him between Park and Myrtle avenues around 11:20 pm.

Cops arrested the woman and charged her with felony assault.

Choked!

Cops arrested a man they allege strangled a woman at her Downing Street apartment on March 28.

The victim told police that he two were having a fight, when the suspect allegedly spat in the victim’s face and slapped her between Putnam and Gates avenues at around 9 pm before grabbing her neck until she lost consciousness.

Police arrested the man 15 minutes later and slapped him with felony assault charges.

What a tool!

A looter stole tools from a car parked on Dekalb Avenue some time between March 20-25.

The victim told police that he left his car between Ashland and Rockwell places, but when he returned, he saw that someone had busted his rear windshield and stolen a droplight and his tool bag.

Subway swipe

Some purloiner snatched a woman’s phone on the C train near Fulton Street on March 22.

The victim told police that the roughly 20-year-old nogoodnik grabbed her phone and ran out of the train at the Lafayette Avenue station at 2:40 pm.

What a poser!

Some shyster pretending to work for a modeling agency scammed a woman out of $2,000 at Cumberland Walk on March 24.

The victim told police that the huckster texted the victim while she was between Myrtle and Park avenues at 8 pm they were going to send her a $2,450 check if she sent him $2,000 first via the Cash App — but when she went to cash in the check it bounced.

Cashless

A scoundrel stole money from a delivery driver on Myrtle Avenue on March 26.

The victim told police that he walked back to his car after dropping off a delivery at Washington Park at 12:20 pm, when he noticed that receipts were scattered around and cash was missing from his front passenger seat.

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