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Bullies break man’s jaw on Berry Street • Brooklyn Paper

Bullies break man’s jaw on Berry Street

94th Precinct

Greenpoint–Northside

Shoving match

Two thugs broke a man’s jaw outside a Berry Street club on April 8.

The victim told police he was leaving the club near N. Fourth Street at 2:20 am when his friends got in an argument with the two ruffians. The man tried to stop the fight, but the bullies attacked him, punching him in his face and breaking his jaw.

The assailants ran away and the victim went to the hospital for his injury.

Laptop swiped

A thief stole a computer, printer, and iPod from a Manhattan Avenue apartment overnight on April 8.

The tenant told police he left his apartment near Withers Street at 10 pm, but when he returned at 5 am the next day, his stuff was missing.

Sunglasses at night

A thief stole a man’s sunglasses and tools from a car parked on Hausman Street between April 6 and 9.

The driver told cops he parked his car near Nassau Avenue at 10 pm on April 6, but when he returned three days later, his passenger-side window was broken and his stuff was gone.

Cash scrapped

A thief stole $6,000 from a Maspeth Avenue scrapyard on April 13.

The owner told police he locked up his recycling business near Morgan Avenue at 7:50 pm, but when he returned at 7:55 am the next day, he his cash was gone.

Wheely bad

A thief stole a set of tires from a car parked on Withers Street on April 11.

The driver told cops he parked his car near Leonard Street at 2:30 am, but when he returned seven hours later, his car was on cinderblocks and his tires were gone.

Tire trauma

A thief stole a set of tires from a vehicle parked on Monitor Street overnight on April 9.

The driver said he parked his car near Norman Avenue at 7 pm, but when he returned at 9:20 am the next day, his tires were missing.

Jeep jacked

A thief stole a Jeep parked on Union Avenue overnight on April 9.

The driver said he left his truck near Frost Street at 7 am, but when he returned to his spot at 12:10 am the next day, it was gone.

— Aaron Short

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