Mean girls beat teen with brass knuckles

90th Precinct


Mean girls

A gang of teens attacked a girl and punched her in the eye with brass knuckles and other metal on Maujer Street on Sept. 11, law enforcement officials said.

The 16-year-old victim said she was at the corner of Bushwick Avenue at 3:30 pm when three bullies surrounded her.

One of the attackers, with a chain wrapped around her fist to complement her brass knuckles, punched the victim in the face, giving her a serious shiner, per police.

The girl also got hit in the arm and cut her knees, cops stated.

That sinking feeling

Four men got stabbed during a melee outside a Keap Street bar on Sept. 14, officers reported.

The four victims, who ranged in age from 24 to 33 years old, said they were in the watering hole at the corner of Broadway at 4:30 am when an argument spilled out of the bar and turned into a full-fledged brawl.

Two of the victims got stuck several times in the torso, and another two once each, police said. Some of the victims took themselves to Woodhull Medical Center for treatment, a report states.

Blade runners

A pair of brutes attacked a woman and robbed her at knifepoint on Leonard Street on Sept. 12, police said.

The woman said she was at Scholes Street at 1 am when two galoots came up behind her and one put his arm around her neck. A moment later, the other lout put a knife to her neck.

“I’m going to kill you,” he supposedly said. “Give me all your stuff.”

One of the bandits then pulled the woman’s stuff out of her pocket and punched her three time in the face, a report states. The predatory pair ran off with her credit card and debit card, according to officers.

Batting rage

A treacherous trio beat a man with a baseball bat and stole his cash on Flushing Avenue on Sept. 12, cops said.

The 43-year-old victim was at the corner of Marcy Street with his girlfriend at 12:55 am when he the goons laid into him, officers recounted.

They broke his hand and plucked $200 cash out of his pocket, police stated. The victim’s girlfriend took him to Brooklyn Hospital Center, according to a report.

No sign of her wheels

Someone pulled a signpost out of the ground to steal a woman’s moped from S. Second Street sometime between Sept. 12 and 14, law enforcement officials said.

The 28-year-old victim related that she chained her moped to the post between Wythe and Kent avenues at 9 pm on Sept. 12. When she returned at 6 pm on Sept. 14, she found that not only had her moped been taken, but the entire post had been ripped out of the sidewalk.

— Danielle Furfaro

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