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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Right in the face

A criminal socked a woman in the face and stole her earrings on Gerritsen Avenue on Oct. 21, police said.

The 42-year-old woman told police the crook jumped out of a gray sports utility vehicle near Avenue W at 8 pm and said, “Give me your earrings.” But the woman refused and the malefactor punched her in the right eye with his fist, police said.

The lout fled in his car down Gerritsen Avenue with her earrings, police said.

Tool thief

A jerk broke into a guy’s commercial van parked on E. 18th Street and swiped several sometime between Oct. 14 and 16, police said.

The van owner told police he parked his vehicle near Avenue T on Oct. 14, and when he went back two days later, noticed his Bosch jackhammer, Bosch hammer drill, Hilti screw gun, and Bosch saw were gone. The punk cut the lock on the van to get inside, according to authorities.

Bus brawl

A nogoodnik pushed a guy to the ground while he was walking to the bus stop on 86th Street on Aug. 19, police said.

The victim told police he was near W. Eighth Street at 2:30 am when the baddie forced him to the ground and grabbed $280 from him, officials said.

The jerk hurt the guy’s left shoulder and caused a cut on his right hand, police said. The cur fled down 86th Street, according to authorities.

Teamed up

Two punks swiped cash from a teen on Avenue S on Oct. 17, police said.

The 17-year-old told police he was near near Nostrand Avenue at 4:30 pm when one of the jerks forcefully went through his pockets and took out $54. The baddie then fled in an unknown direction with a second crook stood lookout before running away, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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