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70th Precinct

Flatbush—Midwood

Cat fight, bar fight

Cops busted a woman for allegedly punching another gal in the face inside a Parkside Avenue watering hole on Sept. 9.

The victim told police that she inside the bar between E. 19th Street and Ocean Avenue at 6:05 pm, when the other woman punched her. The suspect then took up a bar stool and swung at the victim, although, fortunately, she missed, striking a nearby wall instead, cops said.

Left to die

A man was arrested for taking part in the brutal gang beat down and shooting of a man on Argyle Road on Sept. 7, cops said.

A witness told police he was near Caton Avenue at 9:19 pm when he saw the horrifying attack go down. According to the witness, whose name is being kept confidential by the police and the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office, the suspect and three other men who have not been arrested were beating a man mercilessly, when the suspect stabbed the victim and whipped him with a padlock attached to a metal chain. The suspect then allegedly shot the victim once in the stomach, before he and his accomplices left the man to die, according to police.

The victim lived, however, but only after surgery on his stomach and extensive hospitalization, according to a spokesman for DA Charles Hynes.

Low blow

Police cuffed a woman who they say kicked a man in the groin and bashed his head with a bottle on Woodruff Avenue on Sept. 6.

A witness told police that she was between Ocean and Flatbush avenues at 12:15 am when she saw the suspect hit the victim where it hurts, before cracking his skull with the bottle. The victim reported suffering swelling and “substantial pain,” according to police.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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