A knife-wielding goon stole a man’s cellphone near the corner of St. James Place and Greene Avenue on April 4.
The mugger snatched the mobile phone at around 11:40 pm and scared off the 22-year-old victim, who initially gave chase, but backed away when the thief brandished the blade.
A teen bushwhacked a man strolling through Fort Greene Park on April 6 and stole his cellphone.
The 28-year-old victim told police that the young punk punched him in the face and knocked him to the ground at around 11:05 am near the Willoughby Avenue and Washington Park entrance. The attacker then snatched the man’s cellphone and fled with a group of three friends.
A burglar looted a St. Felix house on April 7 while the resident made a brief trip out.
The thief struck between 7:30 and 8:15 pm at the house near the corner of DeKalb Avenue. The victim, 45, told police that the intruder damaged her front entrance and stole several necklaces, pairs of earrings, rings, a watch, a medic alert device and accessories for her laptop.
Four taxi passengers robbed their driver at gunpoint after he chauffeured them to Myrtle Avenue from Manhattan on April 4.
The three men and one woman directed the hack, 36, to the corner of Prince Street at 4:20 am. Before disembarking, one pulled a gun and robbed the cabbie of approximately $400.
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