Terrible trio brutally beats man and takes his insulin

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Terror trio

Three jerks brutally beat and robbed a man on E. 14th Street on May 13.

The victim said he was near Voorhies Avenue at 1:20 am when three men came up from behind and punched him in the back of head, causing him to fall. They then beat him unconscious, and took his phone, wallet, bookbag, work uniform, and insulin, police reported.

Cash grab

A group of good-for-nothings stole cash off a woman on Avenue X on May 7.

The woman told police she was near Coyle Street at 5:15 pm when three men punched and kicked her, before taking $80 off her. The men fled in unknown directions, cops said.


Police arrested one of four men who allegedly beat up and robbed a man on Quentin Road on May 9.

The victim said he was near E. 17th Street at 3:10 pm when the four men threw him to the ground and punched him, giving him a cut to his left ear, before taking his bag and fleeing towards E. 16th Street.

Police said the victim knows the men, and arrested one of them that night.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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