Gunman robs victim of casino winnings

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Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Black jacked

A robber threatened to shoot a man if he didn’t give him his casino winnings on 85th Street on Nov. 22. 

The victim told cops that the ruffian rear-ended his car on the corner of 85th Street and 14th Avenue at 6:15 am as he was driving back from a Queens casino, before demanding the victim’s earnings and smacking him with his semi-automatic gun — and then running off with over $4,800.

A bat friend

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly hitting his friend in the face with a bat on 76th Street on Nov. 20. 

The victim told police that his friend allegedly smacked him in the face repeatedly with the bat between 18th and 19th avenues at 5:30 pm following a heated argument.

The victim suffered bleeding, redness, and swelling to his face, and was rushed to Maimonides Medical Center, according to authorities. 

Violent robbery

A brute struck a man and ran off with his wallet on Kings Highway on Nov. 24.

The victim said that the bruiser approached him while he was sleeping on the N train at the Kings Highway station at 2:05 am, and hit him multiple times in the face while saying “F— you, f—–,” before taking the victim’s wallet from his pocket, containing $120. 

Ladder looter

A thief used a ladder to steal $900 from a Bay 13th Street house on Nov. 21. 

The victim told cops that the bandit used a ladder in the backyard to climb into the house between Cropsey and Bath avenues at 10 am, where the perp snagged $900 before running off. 

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