Police: Duo attacked man and shattered his car windows

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Pipe attack

Police arrested a pair of perps who they say broke multiple windows on a car with a metal pipe and then allegedly punched the driver in the face on Wakeman Place on May 10.

The alleged assault occurred between Ridge Boulevard and Third Avenue, just before 4 pm, and left the driver with redness and swelling to his nose, officials reported.

Punch happy

A no-goodnik clocked a man in the face on Shore Road on May 7.

The assault went down at 82nd Street just before 2:45 pm, and caused pain, bruising, and a laceration to the victim’s face, according to the police report.

Phone a friend

A brute threw a woman’s phone to the ground on Gelston Avenue on May 7 after they got into a fight about road rage.

The good-for-nothing smashed the phone to the ground just before 5:30 pm, between 90th and 92nd streets, according to the report.

Deflated tire

A punk slashed a tire on Fort Hamilton Parkway on May 11.

The incident occurred around 6:45 am at 86th Street, cops said.

Wheel down

A villain cut a motorcycle’s front tire on Fort Hamilton Parkway on May 12.

The miscreant committed the crime between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 3:15 am, police said.

Anti-social behavior

Police arrested a woman who they say slapped another woman multiple times in the face inside a 64th Street home on May 12.

The pair was fighting in the home between Third and Fourth avenues at 10:30 pm about social media postings when the suspect knocked the woman’s phone out of her hand, breaking it, authorities reported.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 5:44 pm, July 9, 2018
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