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90th Precinct

Southside–Bushwick

Spring cleaning

Thugs with baseball bats attacked a man and demolished his car on Maujer Street on March 12.

The 21-year-old victim told police he was sitting in his Dodge Caravan near Graham Avenue at 11 pm when the marauders jumped out of a black sedan and began breaking each of his car’s windows.

Then one ruffian pulled the victim out of his car, swung the bat at his arms, and stole his iPhone and $200. The thugs then got back into their car and drove away.

Playing house

A robber stole a woman’s purse inside her own building on S. Fourth Street on March 16.

The victim told police she was riding the elevator of the building near Berry Street at 3:10 am. When she got to her floor, the goon grabbed her purse and ran down the stairs.

She followed him, but he shouted, “Go away or I’ll shoot you,” got on his bike, and rode away.

Bottle rocket

Two violent thugs shattered a bottle over a man’s head and stole his backpack on Broadway on March 16.

The victim told police he was near Rodney Street at 6:15 am when the duo approached him. One shouted, “F--- you!” and struck the man’s forehead with a glass bottle. The jerks then took his bag, which had $130, and ran away.

Three’s a crowd

A trio of thieves stole $800 from a man at gunpoint on Humboldt Street on March 16.

The victim told police he was near Boerum Street at 4 pm when the gunmen approached him. One grabbed his hair and another pointed a black gun at his head and said, “Give me all your money or I am going to kill you.”

He gave away his cash and they fled.

Human ATM

Two thieves robbed a man at gunpoint on Bedford Avenue on March 13.

The victim told cops he was near S. Sixth Street at 10:15 pm when the men approached. One pulled out a gun, the other pulled out a knife, and they both demanded the victim’s money.

The knife-wielding thug then grabbed $200 from the victim’s pocket and both thieves ran away.

Can’t stomach

Cops arrested two thugs who they say tried to rob a man at knifepoint on McKibbin Street on March 18.

The victim told police he was near Bogart Street at 12:30 am when the ruffians stopped him. One pulled out a knife and pointed it at the victim’s stomach.

“Just give him what you have,” said one aggressor, but since the victim didn’t have anything, the duo ran away. Cops later arrested two men.

Watch yourself

A thief stole a watch from a S. Second Street apartment on March 13.

The tenant left her apartment near Havemeyer Street at 5:30 pm, but when she returned two hours later, she saw her rear window was broken and her watch was missing.

Apple cored

A thief stole a laptop, iPhone, iPad, and TV from a McKibbin Street apartment on March 14.

The tenant said he fell asleep at 4:30 am, and when he awoke three hours later, he saw his electronics were missing.

Computer swiped

A thief stole a computer and iPhone from a McKibbin Street apartment on March 17.

The tenant said he fell asleep at 4 am, but when he woke up at 10 am, he saw his stuff was missing.

Jewelry jacked

A thief stole $4,500 worth of jewelry from a Borinquen Place apartment on March 13.

The tenant left her apartment near Keap Street at 6:30 am, but when she returned at 4:30 pm, her stuff was gone.

Nissan missing

A thief stole a Nissan parked on Humboldt Street on March 13.

The driver parked his car near Scholes Street at 2 pm, but when he returned at 11:30 pm, it was gone.

— Aaron Short

Posted 12:00 am, March 21, 2012
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