Police: Man stabs guy while fighting about a girl

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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Love triangle

Police arrested a man who allegedly stabbed another man in the chest and back on 49th Street on July 30.

The alleged assault occurred between Third and Fourth avenues at around 11:30 pm, when the pair were fighting about a girl, police said. Emergency medical personnel brought the man to Lutheran Medical Center, according to the report.

Stolen wheels

A crook stole a yellow 1986 Chevrolet Sedan from its Fifth Avenue parking spot on July 29, the owner reported to police the next day.

The vehicle was parked near 35th Street, and the thief stole it sometime between 7 and 9 pm, according to the report.

Biked into the night

A bandit stole a blue 2009 Yamaha motorcycle from its 74th Street parking spot on July 30.

The sneak stole the bike from the spot between Seventh and Eighth avenues at some point between 1 am and 5:30 am, cops said.

Traffic fight

Police arrested a woman who they say assaulted a traffic agent on 41st Street on July 30.

The alleged assault occurred between Fifth and Sixth avenues between 10:40 and 11 am, police reported.

Officer robbed

A lout stole an auxiliary police officer’s identification card and shield, along with her purse and credit and debit cards, from her car parked on Third Avenue on July 30.

The baddie made the steal from the vehicle’s parking spot near 37th Street sometime between 2:40 and 3:30 pm, according to authorities.

Took it from behind

A lout stole more than $3,109 worth of cash, checks, and cards from a woman’s purse at the 59th Street train station on July 30.

The woman was at the station near Fourth Avenue between 6:10 pm and 6:20 pm, at which point the goon approached her from behind and grabbed her belongings, police said.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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