Cops: Teen attacks man with metal lock

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Locked up

Police arrested an 18-year-old who they say beat another man inside an Avenue X building on Jan. 15.

The victim told police that he was between W. 11th and W. 12th streets at 12:30 pm when the suspect shoved him into a locker and bashed his head with a metal lock.

Instant threat

Cops arrested a 24-year-old woman for sending threatening text messages to another woman on Jan. 8.

The victim told police that she was inside her 82nd Street apartment between 18th and 19th avenues at 6 pm when she received messages threatening her life and her apartment too, saying it would be burned to the ground.

— Colin Mixson

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at or by calling (718) 260-4514.

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