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Cops arrested a man who they say assaulted a woman on Flatbush Avenue on June 28 after she rejected his advances.
The woman told police she was near Avenue J around 5 pm when a man approached her and tried to chat with her. When she denied him, her pushed her and threatened her, saying “I’ll knock you out, racist b---- — say another word and I’ll f--- you up,” officials reported.
Officers apprehended the man minutes later and found him in possession of pepper spray, according authorities.
A driver hit a mother and child as they were waiting to cross the intersection of Avenue I and E. 51st Street on June 29.
The woman told cops she was walking near the intersection with her daughter around 8:57 pm when a motorist in a gold mini van hit them and continued down E. 51st Street.
Someone stole a woman’s items out of her car parked while it was parked Ralph Avenue on June 29.
The victim told police that she left her vehicle near Avenue L around 6:30 pm and returned 30 minutes later to find the front passenger-side window damaged and her belongings gone.
A nogoodnik lifted a license plate off a motorcycle parked on Avenue U sometime between June 28 and 29.
The victim left his chopper near E. 66th Street around 10:30 am, and the next day noticed the plates were missing, according to police.
Someone tried to break into an E. 54th Street school on June 29.
An employee said that when he arrived at the school near Avenue I around 2 am to start work, the outside glass doors were damaged, police reported. Cops also said he reported two windows in the school were broken the day before.
A trio of shoplifters stole designer jeans from an Avenue U retail store on June 27.
Police said that the thieves entered the store near E. 55th Street around 1:38 pm and left minutes later with the goods.
— Alexandra Simon
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