An angry hospital worker beat up a colleague on Sixth Street on May 27, cops say.
The 48-year-old victim told cops he was discussing haircuts with a fellow X-ray technician at New York Methodist Hospital near Seventh Avenue at 6:30 pm when a third employee overheard, got offended, and shoved him into a chair. The crazed worker then choked him, leaving scratches on his neck, cops said.
The poor technician was then rushed to the emergency room which, naturally, wasn’t too far away.
A scoundrel stole a credit card from a neighbor on Union Street between May 25 and May 29 — and then charged $1,925 to it.
The victim told cops he discovered someone had snatched a credit card from his apartment near Eighth Avenue, then racked up more than a thousand dollars on it.
Cops say a bike-riding thief and an accomplice stole a man’s cellphone on Fifth Avenue on May 30.
The 37-year-old victim told police he was near St. Johns Place at 5:25 pm when a crook grabbed his black iPhone and handed it to a partner on a bike, who then peddled away with the fancy gadget.
Cops arrested one of the suspects, an 18-year-old male, the same day.
A jerk swiped a wallet from shopper on Ninth Street on May 28 — and then went on a shopping spree with one of her cards.
The 54-year-old victim told cops she set her wallet — full of credit cards and a Virginia nursing license — on a counter at C-Town Supermarket near Fifth Avenue at 4:30 pm, then accidentally left it there.
She realized it was gone three hours later and retuned to the shop, but it was nowhere in sight. She later learned that someone charged $137 to one of her cards.
A crook stole some electronic goodies from a van parked on Eighth Avenue on May 31.
The 53-year-old victim told cops she parked her gray 2000 Ford van near St. Johns Place at 1:20 pm.
When she came back four hours later, a lock on the door was busted — and her DVD player, laptop, and navigation system were missing.
— Natalie O’Neill
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