Brooklyn Heights—DUMBO—Boerum Hill—Downtown
Jerk clobbers man on Fulton Street
Some jerk attacked a man walking on Fulton Street on May 1.
The victim told police he was strolling near Duffield Street at about 10:30 pm when the attacker appeared out of nowhere and started hitting him with a blunt object, leaving him with injuries all over his body before running off into the night.
A friend brought the victim to the hospital for treatment of multiple injuries to his eye, hand, neck and elbow.
Bruiser in Brooklyn detention
A bruiser allegedly punched a stranger after they had both been arrested in Brooklyn on May 5.
Police said both the victim and the brute were waiting to be screened at Brooklyn Central Booking on Schermerhorn Street when the jerk suddenly punched the victim in the face. He was immediately re-arrested on the scene.
Lookout gets locked up
A lout who had allegedly served as a lookout during a robbery was arrested on Schermerhorn Street on May 6.
Police said the victim spotted the man standing outside near Hoyt Street at about 7:30 pm and recognized him as the same person who had allegedly stood watch while his buddies broke into an Atlantic Avenue lobby and stole packages. Cops apprehended and arrested the worm, who they said had two cell phones in his pockets at the time.
Bandit arrested while looking through loot
Police arrested a bandit after he allegedly stole packages from an apartment building near Bridge Street on May 7.
The goon had allegedly rung multiple doorbells in the lobby of the building at around 5 pm, until one unwitting neighbor buzzed him inside. Once he had gained entry, the thief ransacked packages left in the lobby, stealing a showerhead, Nespresso pods and some snacks. Unfortunately for the snake, a witness spied him sorting through his loot and called the police, who arrested him nearby.
Louse charges lost credit cards
A louse picked up a lost wallet and helped themselves to its contents on May 5.
The victim said she dropped her wallet while getting out of her parked car on York Street at about 9 am. She couldn’t find the wallet, but later discovered that someone must have picked it up and had made more than $1,000 in unauthorized charges on her credit card.