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Brutal rape on Grand Street • Brooklyn Paper

Brutal rape on Grand Street

90th Precinct

Southside–Bushwick

Grand rape

A 28-year-old perp, who repeatedly raped a 14-year-old over the past 11 months, was arrested by police this week.

The thug began sexually assaulting his victim last March inside a Grand Street apartment near Keap Street and continued the abusive relationship through January, until the victim reached out to authorities.

Hewes less

A perp stabbed a man in his arm after a botched robbery attempt on Hewes Street on Feb. 6.

The perp approached his victim near S. Third Street at 11 pm, demanding, “Do you have anything in your pocket.” When the man said no, the thug grabbed him and slashed his left arm.

Hooper dreams

Two thieves pistol-whipped their victim and robbed him of $1,000 on S. Fourth Street on Feb. 12.

The victim was near Hooper Street at 1:11 am when the perps approached and one said, “Dame dinero, si no te voy a matar!” (roughly translated: Give me your money or I’ll kill you!).

The other perp struck the victim in his head with a firearm and removed the cash from his wallet before both fled towards Broadway.

No respect

A thug struck a woman on her head with a blunt object on S. Fourth Street on Feb. 8.

The victim was near Rodney Street at 9:30 pm when the jerk approached and smashed her head with a heavy object. She went to a nearby restaurant for help and was taken to the hospital.

Marcy snatch

A thief snatched a woman’s phone from her hand on the J train on Feb. 13 at 3:10 am, and ran out of the station toward Marcy Avenue and Broadway.

Maujer minor

A thief broke into an apartment on Maujer Street near Lorimer Street on Feb. 9 at 2 am, awaking neighbors, before stealing $3,500 worth of tools.

Wheel bad

There were at least three cars stolen last week:

• A thief grabbed a Honda from Devoe Street near Manhattan Avenue between Jan. 30 and Feb. 5.

• A delivery truck was swiped from Varick Avenue near Meserole Street at around 5:30 pm on Feb. 6.

123 Varick Ave.

• A car was lifted from Ten Eyck Street sometime between Feb. 10 and 11.

— Aaron Short

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