Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook
Two men robbed a woman who was trying to buy marijuana from one of them on Baltic Street on Sept. 21.
An un-mellow thug told the 21-year-old victim to follow him inside a building near Hoyt Street at around 11:30 pm if she wanted to cop the cheeba.
She agreed, but once she was inside, was choked by an accomplice who demanded money. The duo made off with a phone and $60. The victim told cops she initially thought that the pot dealer was just “a nice guy.”
Ambushed by Bush
Four lowlifes jumped a man and took his phone on Hicks Street on Sept. 26.
The 26-year-old victim was near Bush Street at 1 pm when one member of the pack punched him in the nose, while a crew cohort snatched the his $200 Blackberry phone.
Two men robbed a man on Dikeman Street on Sept. 23.
The 39-year-old victim was near Van Brunt Street at 12:30 am when the devilish duo descended upon him, pushing him to the ground and taking his iPhone, valued at $600, and his wallet, which contained credit cards and $250.
Truck stop rob
Four men robbed two men at gunpoint on West Ninth Street on Sept. 21.
As the victims, aged 22 and 25, respectively, were unloading their truck near Columbia Street at 1:47 pm, one of the men flashed a handgun and demanded money. The crew made off with $700 and a Kyocera phone.
Someone took a man’s iPhone as he snoozed in his Pioneer Street home on Sept. 23.
The 46-year-old victim was getting ready for bed in his home near Van Brunt Street, when he placed his fancy phone near his window at 3 am. When he awoke at 6 am, his window was wide open, and his phone was missing.
Someone stole a phone and cash from a truck parked on Imlay Street on Sept. 24.
The 27-year-old victim told cops that he stepped away from his yellow Volvo near Van Brunt Street at 5 pm, but when he returned 20 minutes later, he saw his window smashed. Closer inspection revealed that his phone and $3,000 were gone.
Someone stole a woman’s handbag from a Clinton Street stoop on Sept. 19.
The 28-year-old victims said she was speaking to a friend near Carroll Street at 6:20 pm, and when she returned, her bag was missing. The thief made off with an iPhone, wallet, and credit cards.
— Gary Buiso
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