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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Fuzz fuss

A woman was cuffed for punching and kicking a police officer on Baltic Street on Oct. 7, police claimed.

The perp resisted the lawful arrest while she was being cuffed between Hoyt and Smith streets at 10:40 am, according to reports.

A cut above

Police arrested a woman who they say threatened and struck someone else with a pair of scissors on Bond Street on Oct. 3.

She allegedly asked her victim “Do you want me to cut you?” — a very literal question — at 3:50 am near Butler Street. She also had crack cocaine residue in her purse, police said.

— Jaime Lutz

Updated 12:12 am, October 9, 2013
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