Motoring menace

Motoring menace

Police apprehended a 31-year-old unlicensed driver after he nearly killed a beat cop as he zipped through Dyker Heights, officials allleged.

Prosecutors said that Willinge Feliciano was arrested after he was seen allegedly blowing through a stop sign at a high rate of speed at the corner of 11th Avenue and 66th Street at 10 p.m. on January 22.

To make matters worse, he nearly struck a cop who was trying to cross the intersection, officials alleged.

Feliciano’s vehicle reportedly came within one foot of the cop without stopping, officials said.

After the almost-accident was reported, cops in a sector car pulled Feliciano over, charging him with reckless endangerment criminal possession of a weapon and reckless driving.

He was also charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after police learned that his driving privileges had been suspended for an earlier infraction.

Broken hearts (and windshields)

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, especially if that lady is within striking distance of your car.

That was the lesson a 43-year-old man learned last week when a domestic dispute spilled out all over his 2006 Infiniti during a drive through Bay Ridge.

Officials allege that the 43-year-old and his 29-year-old paramour were having a spat as they drove along the Belt Parkway nearing the on ramp to the Gowanus expressway early Sunday morning.

The argument became so heated that the 29-year-old began kicking at the windshield, smashing it.

Her boyfriend didn’t do a good job at quelling the situation, officials said. After pulling the car over, he reportedly struck his girlfriend, a move that landed him in police custody, charged with assault and menacing.

His girlfriend was charged with criminal mischief for damaging the window.

Neither party is being named because of their relationship to each other.

More traffic infraction

A 43-year-old man found himself in handcuffs after he prevented a cop from investigating a car accident on Third Avenue near 72nd Street, police alleged.

Police allege that Marcos Miranda distracted the officers away from their duties at 12:40 a.m. on January 23 by yelling at the officers.

“You’re a piece of sh-t,” he reportedly screamed. “You have a gun and a badge and think you are something.”

The cops weren’t deterred — they knew they were something. More importantly, they knew something about New York City penal law.

Miranda was taken into custody after a brief struggle, charged with obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

It was unclear if he was involved in the motor vehicular accident as this paper went to press.

Mr. mugger’s wild ride

An 18-year-old alleged thief took police on a chase through nearby Bensonhurst after fleeing a robbery on 79th Street.

Officials alleged that Mario Koruni, 18, and Vaudet Fida, 17, allegedly jumped another man near 20th Avenue just before 1 a.m. on January 22.

The two men reportedly punched their victim in the head, cover his mouth and shoved him to the ground as they robbed him of his wallet.

They then allegedly ran off, only to be apprehended a short time later — but not without a modicum of difficulty.

Cops from the 62nd Precinct said that Fida was apprehended without incident.

Koruni reportedly jumped into a 2000 Chevrolet and sped off. Responding officers gave pursuit, but the 18-year-old wouldn’t stop, despite the lights and sirens catching up to his rear bumper.

The teen reportedly led police on a chase to the corner of Bay Parkway and Benson Avenue, where he allegedly blew through three red lights and drove into oncoming traffic in a failed attempt to shake his tail, officials said.

When he was ultimately apprehended, Koruni was charged with robbery, assault, reckless endangerment, unlawful fleeing of a police officer and — surprisingly — aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after cops learned that the DMV had revoked his driving privileges for an earlier incident.

Fida was charged with robbery, assault, menacing and harassment.

Robbed before drop-off

Police are still looking for the thief who held up a neighborhood auto dealer employee of a local auto dealer as he was about to deposit the day’s receipts.

The 32-year-old from Bay Ridge Volkswagen said that he was walking along 94th Street toward Third Avenue on his way to a Chase Bank a block away when an unidentified black male approached with a gun in his hand.

“Give it to me, you know what I’m talking about,” the man said, motioning to the late-night deposit bag the victim had in his possession.

The thief ran off with the bag, which contained over $42,000 in cash and checks.

Cops were still looking for the thief as this paper went to press. Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact the 68th Precinct at (718) 439-4211. All calls will be kept confidential.

Help wipe out graffiti

As the ongoing war against graffiti vandalism continues, cops are now offering a $500 reward to anyone with information that can lead them to graffiti vandals.

The hefty reward is part of the city’s new push to rid New York of graffiti, which is one of the leading quality of life complaints brought to police.

Officials said that cleaning up graffiti is essential to the plan, to show that the community is no longer going to tolerate marred and tagged-up walls and street corners.

According to police, there is a perception that if a community will tolerate graffiti, they will tolerate other criminal activities, such as drug dealing and prostitution.

Anyone with information about graffiti vandalism in their neighborhood is urged to contact either 311 or 911.