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Scoundrel blackmails ex-girlfriend

84TH PRECINCT

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Bad boyfriend 

A scoundrel blackmailed a woman using her nude photographs on July 11. 

The victim told police that he sent the photos to the cad, and he demanded $500 to not release them publicly on July 10. The victim ultimately sent $50 before calling the police. 

Macys marauder

Cops cuffed a suspect who allegedly stole $1,298 worth of contraband from a Macy’s department store on July 11. 

An employee told police that the suspect grabbed shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, pants and a belt before leaving the shop at around 7:30 p.m., before an employee stopped him. 

Cops arrived on the scene and cuffed the man on the scene later in the day, according to police.  

Subway slasher

A slasher stabbed a man inside Jay Street subway station on July 15. 

The victim told police that the villain entered the station and cut him with a knife at around 5:30 a.m., before running off. 

Paramedics rushed the bloodied victim to Methodist Hospital in critical condition, according to police.   

Bond street baddie

Police arrested a man for allegedly cutting his girlfriend with a sharp object on Bond Street on July 15. 

The victim told police that the suspect cut her during an argument in an apartment near Hoyt Street around 11 a.m..

Paramedics arrived on the scene and treated the victim on the scene, while police officers arrested the suspect for felony assault and a host of other infractions, according to police.  

Electric bike thief

A scoundrel stole a man’s electric bike on Atlantic Avenue on July 14. 

The victim told police that he left the two-wheeler outside a coffee shop near Boerum Place while getting refreshments at around 7 a.m., when the pilferer nabbed the bike and rode off. 

Subterranean pilferer 

A thief stole a woman’s property inside Jay Street subway station on July 16. 

The female victim told police that she was sitting on a bench inside the station near Court Street when the perp sat beside her at around 5 a.m., before grabbing her bag and running off. 

After a brief chase the suspect ran off undetected, and police were unable to find the man after a canvas of the area. 

Scooter scoots off

A swindler stole a man’s electric scooter on Bond Street on July 16. 

The victim told police that he was inside a store and left his scooter outside near Bergen Street at around noon, when the baddie hopped on the two-wheeler and scooted off with the vehicle worth nearly $3,000.

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