This assault didn’t come with extra cheese.
Police say a 28-year-old restaurant worker sliced his coworker’s face with a pizza cutter inside their Manhattan Avenue pizzeria on May 31.
The two dough boys got into an argument in the eatery near Calyer Street at 3 pm, when the suspect grabbed a pizza wheel and slashed the victim’s face from his forehead to his left eyebrow, cops reported.
Paramedics took the victim to Woodhull Hospital for treatment and cops arrested the suspect.
A robber held up a man at gunpoint on Driggs Avenue on June 1 — and took off with his cash.
The victim said he was near N. 11th Stret at 1:40 am when the thief pointed his gun and took the man’s cash and jewelry.
A jerk smashed the window of a car parked on Graham Avenue on May 30 — and stole a guitar left inside.
The driver said he parked his car near Skillman Avenue at 11 pm, but when he returned to the spot at 8 am the next day, his rear passenger-side window was smashed in and his instrument was gone.
A thief stole copper pipes, a sink, and an air conditioning unit from a Green Street development overnight on May 29.
The developer told cops he locked up the building near Manhattan Avenue at 4 pm, but when he returned at 8 am, the door was damaged and the apartment furnishings were removed.
A thirsty thief stole six cans of beer and some cookies from a Manhattan Avenue bodega on May 30.
The clerk noticed the man sneak into the store’s backyard between Dupont and Eagle streets at 5 am and put the beers in his backpack, he told cops. He confronted the thief, who pushed him out of the way and fled down Freeman Street.
Someone broke into a Manhattan Avenue apartment on May 30 — and left with a laptop, camera, suitcase, and video game system.
The tenant told police he left his building near Nassau Avenue at 2 pm, but when he returned at 8 pm, the apartment was ransacked and his stuff was missing.
A fiend stole a computer, medication, and headphones from a car parked on Kent Avenue on June 2.
The driver told police she parked her car near N. 10th Street at 8:30 pm, but when she returned hours later, the driver’s-side window was broken and her stuff was gone.
A thief drove off with a Honda parked on Woodpoint Road on May 29.
The driver said he parked his car near Skillman Avenue at 6:30 pm, but when he returned to the spot at 8 am the next day, it was gone.
— Aaron Short