Three’s a crowd
A lout stabbed a man during a fight that broke out at a hookah bar on Broadway on April 23.
The victim told police he was at the bar between Rodney and Keap streets at 4 am when he got into an argument with three guys over his girlfriend, before one of them pulled out a knife and stabbed him in the left arm.
The victim grabbed his lady friend and fled in a green cab before calling the police — but he was too drunk to tell them what the bad guys looked like, or which way they fled, according to authorities.
Two lawbreakers attacked a man on Bedford Avenue on April 22.
The victim told authorities he was near Grand Street around 3 am when the bad guys punched and kicked him multiple times, cutting his face. The punks then stole his property and fled, authorities said.
A lowlife robbed a Humboldt Street deli worker at gunpoint on April 24.
The victim was behind the register at the store between Debevoise Street and Flushing Avenue at 12:45 pm when a guy walked in, displayed a gun, and demanded cash, according to police.
The victim says the bad guy then pushed him down and took his wallet before fleeing down Humboldt Street.
A quick thief swiped a woman’s pocketbook as she was trying to pay at a Broadway retail store on April 21.
The victim was paying at the register of an outlet store between Canal and Howard streets around 4 pm when she set her purse down on the counter — only to turn back around to find it gone, said police.
A crook drove off in a man’s car parked on Broadway on April 21.
The victim parked the vehicle at Hooper Street, and returned a few hours later at 9:30 pm to find it gone, police said.
— Madeline Anthony