Slashed to death
A blade-wielding thug attacked a 26-year-old in the driveway of an E. 52nd Street home in East Flatbush on Oct. 1 — killing him.
Witnesses discovered Bryan Outram’s body hidden under a heap of plywood near Rutland Road at 7:50 am. He had been stabbed in the chest and right cheek. Both of his ears had been cut as well, police said.
Cops are hunting the gun-toting fiend who shot an 18-year-old outside of a McDonald’s at the Flatbush/Midwood Junction on Sept. 27 — sending the teen to the hospital.
Horrified witnesses told police that the victim had a verbal dispute with an unidentified person dressed all in black inside the Nostrand Avenue McDonald’s between Flatbush Avenue and Avenue H at 3 pm, when one of the suspect’s friends handed him a gun.
The victim ran out of the eatery as the gunman took aim — only to be hit by bullets four times in the torso, groin and leg. He also suffered a graze wound to his head.
Paramedics rushed him the victim to Kings County Hospital, where he was in critical, but stable, condition after treatment.
Anyone with information regarding this shooting is urged to call CrimeStoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.
A man mouthed off to a cop investigating a break-in near E. 21st Street on on Sept. 25 — only to get himself arrested, say to police.
The cop was responding to a burglary in progress between Beverly and Cortelyou roads at 6:30 pm when he stopped the man and questioned him.
But instead of calmly answering the officer, the panicked 47-year-old started screaming at the cop, claiming that he was going to break the man’s jaw.
Police say the officer took him into custody for disorderly conduct — then hit him with possession of burglar’s tools when he found several screwdrivers and a crowbar in a bag he was carrying.
E. 29th St. attack
A 33-year-old woman attacked another woman with a baseball bat on E. 29th Street on Sept. 23.
The two women were arguing in an apartment between Foster and Farragut roads at 6 pm when the suspect lunged at her victim with the bat, hitting her in the rib cage.
Cops say they took the woman into custody a short time later, charging her with assault and drug charges after finding she had a crack pipe.
— Thomas Tracy