Four brutes assaulted a man on 11th Avenue on May 3, punching him in the face, hitting him over the head and on his arm with a black menu board and a baseball bat.
The assault occurred at 62nd Street around 2:15 am, and lef the victim with swelling to his left arm and a laceration to the left side of his head, according to the report.
He told police that a woman was waiting in a car to whisk the louts away towards 12th Avenue when they were done with the beating.
A pilferer took a woman’s iPhone 6 and wallet from her purse that she left at her Seventh Avenue office on May 2.
The theft occurred at the 64th Street office just after 1 pm, and the thief fled in an unknown direction afterwards, according to the report.
A thief stole $3,000 from the bank account of an 85th Street resident on May 2, he told police.
The man, who lives between Fifth Avenue and Fort Hamilton Parkway, reported the theft to police just after 7:15 pm.
A burglar made off with $2,200 from a Third Avenue business on May 4.
The pilferer stole from the business at 74th Street just after 11:15 am, and entered through the back door, which he also damaged, according to the report. He stole the cash from the register and counter drawer before fleeing in an unknown direction, cops said.
A robber stole $175 and keys to both a house and a Mercedes from an 88th Street home on May 4.
The theft occurred around 7 pm, when the homeowner returned back to her place between Battery Avenue and Parrott Place and found the property gone.
A lowlife cut another motorist off with his car while driving on Fourth Avenue on May 4 before starting a verbal fight with him and damaging his vehicle.
The incident occurred at Shore Road just after 7 am, when the angry perp jumped onto the hood of the driver’s car, kicking his roof and front windshield, before fleeing the scene in his car, according to authorities.
— Julianne McShane
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