Police: Woman hits ex-hubby with car

94th Precinct


Ex troubles

A woman ran over her ex-husband with her car on Conselyea Street on March 31, police said.

The victim told officers that he was talking to his new girlfriend outside their place of work between Graham and Manhattan avenues at 8 pm when his ex pulled up next to the pair and started an argument.

The victim pulled out his phone to videotape his irate former lover — only for her to slam her gray Honda Accord into him before zooming off, police reported. The victim suffered lacerations to his right hand, index finger, and right knee, police said.

Potty language

A foul-mouthed bandit knocked off a Graham Avenue nail salon on April 3.

The victim told police the bad guy stomped into the store between Metropolitan Avenue and Conselyea Street around 9:40 am and gestured towards his right coat pocket as if he had a gun, before saying, “I’m not f—— around!”

The victim responded by handing over an undisclosed amount cash, and the thief ran off, according to police.

Carried off

A snake swiped a worker’s laptop from his Meserole Avenue office on April 1.

The victim told police he returned to his place of work between Jewel Street and Diamond Street at 1:10 pm to find an empty desk.

The office and the building’s doors were unlocked, and multiple people had access to both, he told police.


An opportunistic crook looted a car parked under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway on Meeker Avenue on March 30.

The victim told cops he returned to his ride near Lorimer Street at 9 am and discovered his driver’s-side front and rear windows broken, and thousands of dollars in belongings gone.

— Madeline Anthony