Brigham St. home invasion

Brigham St. home invasion

Cops are looking for a pair of masked thieves who forced their way into a Brigham Street home and began choking a 26-year-old man during a failed robbery attempt.

Police said that the unidentified males pushed in the front door of the home at 9:50 p.m. on January 18, surprising a young tenant inside.

One of the thieves began throttling the victim, claiming to have a gun.

They apparently didn’t suspect that their victim would fight back, officials said.

After a brief struggle, the thieves fled empty-handed. They were last seen running toward Shore Parkway.

Cops are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to come forward.

Calls can be made to the 61st Precinct at (718) 627-6611. All calls will be kept confidential.

Double fisting

A 39-year-old was arrested last week after he allegedly attacked two men with a hammer in one hand and a knife in the other.

Cops in Coney Island said that Joseph Bisogno was arguing with the two men on Avenue Z near West 3rd Street at 3:20 p.m. January 23 when he allegedly pulled his weapons and lunged, stabbing one of the men in the back.

He sliced at his second victim, catching the man’s bag, officials alleged.

Responding officers took Bisogno into custody a short time later, charging him with assault in the second degree, criminal mischief and criminal possession of a weapon.

The man he allegedly stabbed suffered a puncture wound to the back, police said.

Stabbed over phone

A 16-year-old was stabbed in the back during a furious exchange with a mugger inside an Ocean Avenue apartment building last week, officials said.

The victim told police that he had entered the lobby of the building at 3:20 p.m. when the would-be mugger, who he knows from James Madison High School, confronted him.

“My phone is off, give me yours,” the thug demanded.

When the victim refused, the other teen pulled a knife and attacked, officials said.

The victim suffered a stab wound to the back and leg. He also suffered a broken nose when the teenage terror punched him in the face and ran off with his phone.

Cops were still looking for the teen as this paper went to press.

Mr. mugger’s wild ride

An 18-year-old alleged thief took police on a chase through Bensonhurst after fleeing a robbery on 79th Street.

Officials said that Mario Koruni, 18, and Vaudet Fida, 17, allegedly jumped another man near 20th Avenue just before 1 a.m. on January 22.

The two men reportedly punched their victim in the head, covered his mouth and shoved him to the ground as they robbed him of his wallet.

They then ran off, only to be apprehended a short time later — but not without a modicum of difficulty.

Cops from the 62nd Precinct said that Fida was apprehended without incident.

Koruni reportedly jumped into a 2000 Chevrolet and sped off. Responding officers gave pursuit, but the 18-year-old wouldn’t stop, despite the lights and sirens catching up to his rear bumper.

The teen reportedly led police on a chase to the corner of Bay Parkway and Benson Avenue, where he allegedly blew through three red lights and drove into oncoming traffic in a failed attempt to shake his tail, officials said.

When he was ultimately apprehended, Koruni was charged with robbery, assault, reckless endangerment, unlawful fleeing of a police officer and — surprisingly — aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after cops learned that the DMV had revoked his driving privileges for an earlier incident.

Fida was charged with robbery, assault, menacing and harassment.

Circular motion

Three alleged thieves caught swiping tires in Sheepshead Bay were rolled right into a holding cell last week, cops from the 61st Precinct said.

Officials said that 22-year-old Antonio Moise, 37-year-old Gilbert Lopez, and 17-year-old Ahmed Nicholls were all charged with grand larceny for taking pricey tires off of a 1997 Ford and a 2010 Cadillac.

The two were arrested during their failed getaway: they were allegedly seen rolling the stolen tires down the middle of the street near the corner of Avenue V and Burnett Street at 3:40 a.m. on January 23, officials said.

More tire swipes

Now that they’re in custody, cops are going to try to connect the above three suspects to a third tire takeaway that took place the day before.

A 25-year-old owner of a 2010 Nissan Maxima told police that a crew of rubber-raiders took the tires off his car as it was parked on East 23rd Street between Jerome and Voorhies avenues on the night of January 22.

The car was found on blocks at 9 a.m. the following morning, officials said.

Grill goons busted

Two heavy-handed thugs allegedly swiped some cash from Grill Master, 2930 Avenue X, last week, but didn’t get a chance to spend their loot.

Police said that 16-year-old Orvil Glynn and his 15-year-old accomplice were apprehended shortly after the raid at 1:50 p.m. on January 20.

Workers at Grill Master told police that one of the thieves allegedly rushed in and grabbed an employee by the neck.

The second thief emptied the register, officials alleged.

Glynn and his associate were both charged with robbery.

Voorhies vixens

Two women were arrested last week following a stabbing inside a Voorhies Avenue home.

Police said that Jasmine Vega, 28, allegedly stabbed a 54-year-old man with a steak knife during a 3 p.m. fracas on January 23.

Another woman at the scene, identified as 23-year-old Amelia Gullen, allegedly punched an off-duty police officer trying to take Vega into custody.

Both were charged with assault. It was unclear what sparked the violence as this paper went to press.

Copper crook

A 57-year-old man was testing his metallurgical knowledge behind bars after he was caught allegedly stealing copper gutters from a Sheepshead Bay home.

Police said that a witness allegedly saw Chris Florio removing the gutters from a West 2nd Street home between avenues X and Y at 11:15 a.m. on January 22.

The witness joined cops in the search for Florio, who was grabbed up a short time later, charged with petit larceny.

The pricey gutters were valued at $700, police said.

Gerritsen Beach bash

Police are continuing their search for the three men responsible for attacking a 26-year-old Gerritsen Beach resident on Celeste Court.

The victim said that he was walking down Celeste Court on his way home at 6:50 p.m. on January 11 when a car rolled up.

Inside were three black males, one of who claimed to recognize the victim.

“Do you remember me?” the man asked.

Whether the victim did or didn’t, he started arguing with the trio, who soon sped off down the street.

The thugs backtracked around Gerritsen Beach until they met up with the victim further down Celeste Court, officials said.

This time two of the suspects jumped out of the car and attacked the victim with a knife, leaving him with deep cuts.

The victim was taken to Lutheran Medical Center for treatment, officials said.

Cops were still looking for his assailants as this paper went to press.