Man stabbed in botched home invasion

72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Gun goons

Cops arrested four suspects for an alleged armed robbery on 46th Street on Sept. 26.

The victim told police that he was sitting in his parked car between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 1:30 am when the suspects allegedly approached brandishing firearms, before one of the men entered the car and stole cash and various electronics.

Police located the suspects later that night and arrested them on felony charges of robbery and weapons possession, according to police reports.

Highway robbers

Three knee-wilding ruffians robbed a man on Fourth Avenues on Sept. 28.

The victim told police that he was forced to pull his car to the side of the road because of a flat tire near 38th Street at 3 am, when the savages approached with knifes, before forcing the victim into the back of his car and making off with $700 in cash.

Child abuse

A scumbag hit a child with a belt in their 50th Street home on Sept. 27.

The boy’s mother told police that the sleaze repeatedly hit the child and pulled his hair near Seventh Avenue at 7 pm.

Car2Go to jail

Cops cuffed two suspects for allegedly stealing a rental car on Sixth Avenue on Sept. 26.

Patrolling officers found the two men parked in a stolen Car2Go at bus stop near 49th Street at 10 pm.

Police arrested the men on felony grand larceny charges, according to police reports.

Motorcycle thief

A thief stole a motorcycle from Sixth Avenue on Sept. 23.

The victim told police that he left the motorbike between 15th and 16th streets at 9 pm, when the bandit rode off on the ill-gotten vehicle.

Own home invasion

A drunken goon broke into his own 50th Street house on Sept. 28.

The suspect’s roommate told police that the man broke the lock on the front door of their house between Sixth and Seventh avenues at around 5:30 pm.

Vespa villain

A carjacker stole a vespa from Greenwood Avenue between Sept. 23 and 24.

The victim told police that he left the motor scooter near Prospect Park Southwest between 11 pm and 10 am the next day, when he returned to find the scooter missing.

— Aidan Graham

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