Cops: Pipe-wielding trio beats and robs man

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Pipe nightmares

Police arrested a man who they say was one of a trio who robbed and beat a man with a metal pipe on Butler Street on Sept. 7, police said.

The victim told police he was near Hoyt Street at 8:30 pm when the trio attacked. Police arrested one and the other two fled the scene, taking $80 from the victim’s pockets.

Party for their right to fight

Two ruffians beat up a man at a block party on Hoyt Street on Sept. 7, police claimed.

The victim said he was near Second Street at 6 pm when the men tackled him to the ground and proceeded to kick and punch him.

Not gun shy

A man was cuffed for robbing a man at gunpoint on Hoyt Street on Aug. 29, police said.

According to authorities, the suspect victim was near Baltic Street at 6 pm when the suspect brandished a gun and took his money.

— Jaime Lutz

Updated 10:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

naquan cusamano-harris from carrol gardens says:
i guess the end of s q f will keep crime down? my family is very liberal, I am the rogue conservative who knows the truth. the new mayor, and the newly minted da will keep a rein on our police.
I hear these parasites who say they want to go rob leeberals as they would state cause they wont prosecute or call the police. pathetic I am so ashamed good help Brooklyn, and the rest of this city
Sept. 13, 2013, 3:17 pm
DOMINIC from Carroll Gardens says:
My neighbors told me there was an older woman stabbed on Luquer Street on Sept. 15th. Any word on this?

Also, on September 8th, someone tried to break into an apartment building at 1:00am by kicking in the skylight. Any word on this?
Sept. 17, 2013, 1:56 pm

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