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Grand clobber

A woman was arrested on July 5 after fighting with another driver with whom she collided.

The crash occurred at around 5:30 pm at the southeast corner of Flatbush Avenue and Plaza Street East, and both drivers promptly stepped out of their cars.

Game off

A thief made off with a woman’s FedEx package on June 27 — getting some hot Mets tickets in the bargain.

The 29-year-old woman told cops that she had been expecting the package at her Prospect Place home, which is between Underhill and Grand Avenues, but when she got home, the package that she absolutely, positively had to have overnight was gone.

The tickets were for a July 22 game, and were worth $160.

Bad parking

A bad driver not only hit a man’s parked Nissan on July 5, but left the scene of the bang-up without telling anyone.

The victim told cops that he’d left the black sedan on Sterling Place between Classon and Grand avenues at 10:30 pm, but when he returned an hour and half later, he found that his car had been sideswiped on the driver’s side.

Seat-y situation

A crook swiped vital parts of a woman’s bike outside her apartment on Underhill Avenue.

The crime took place on May 17, though police did not make the information available until now. The victim said that the thief took just her bike seat and one wheel from the bicycle, which had been parked near Eastern Parkway.

— Jessica Firger

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