Shot outside Bayview Houses

Poppin off

Two thugs opened fire on two cousins outside the Bayview Houses on March 2, hitting a 17-year-old victim in the thigh.

Police said the 17-year-old and a 20-year-old relative were near E. 102nd Street at 1:15 am when a pair of thugs in hooded sweatshirts approached them.

“What’s poppin?” one of the men asked before he pulled a gun and opened fire, letting go six rounds.

The 17-year-old was taken to Brookdale Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.

Wigging out

A 26-year-old woman was arrested on March 2 after she went crazy inside a Flatlands Avenue apartment, threatening a second woman inside.

The two women were arguing in the apartment, which is near E. 101st Street, at 10:44 pm when she started banging on the door, damaging it. She also smashed a mirror and threatened the woman with a shard of glass before she was taken into custody.

Dagger danger

Cops apprehended a 27-year-old woman on Rockaway Parkway after she threatened a man with a dagger.

The victim told police that he was having words with the woman near Avenue K at 1 am when she pulled out the knife and pointed it at him.

Cops caught up with the woman shortly after the threat was made, finding the dagger in her bag.

Booze chain

A 36-year-old man was taken into custody on drunk driving charges on March 6 after causing a multiple car accident that left one car spinning on its top.

Cops rolled up to the corner of E. 96th Street and Seaview Avenue at 3:24 am to find a flipped over Mercedes. But when they investigated further, they learned that a van had collided with a parked car that hit the Mercedes, causing it to flip over.

Cops took the driver of the van into custody when a Breathalyzer test showed that the motorist was as intoxicated as an 180-pound man would be if he had five drinks.

Shot in car

A gunman opened fire on a car sitting in an E. 51st Street parking lot on March 8, striking the motorist inside.

Gunshots were heard at 7:25 am in a small parking lot between Avenues I and J, witnesses told police. The victim, who was not named, was hit, but not seriously injured.

Gunning for cash

A pistol-packing perp jumped a 43-year-old man on E. 58th Street on March 3, taking $180.

The victim told police that he knew the thief who pistol-whipped and robbed him during the 3:10 am exchange that happened near Avenue I.

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