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Police: Suspect stabbed man in the stomach during brawl

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Hotel stabbing

Police arrested a man who they say stabbed another man during a fight at a Stillwell Avenue hotel on May 6.

The victim said he and the man were brawling near Avenue Z at 10:45 pm when the man allegedly stabbed him in the stomach. The victim then went to Lutheran Medical Center, according to the report.

Costly break-in

A miscreant stole jewelry from a house on Cass Place on May 11.

The victim told officers she arrived home at 7 am to find the front door of her house near Brighton 12th Street broken. She said the thief took Swarovski jewelry from the home, cops said.

Motorcycle mishap

A good-for-nothing stole cash from a motorcycle parked in a public lot on Cropsey Avenue on May 7.

The victim said when she returned to her ride near Bay 53rd Street at 8:15 pm, she noticed someone had taken her Louis Vuitton bag and $800.

Right from his hand

A punk stole a boy’s phone from his hand on W. Fifth Street on May 8.

The 12-year-old victim said he was walking near Neptune Avenue at 2:30 pm when the thief came up from behind and grabbed his iPhone 6s and purple sweater from his hand, fleeing towards Surf Avenue.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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