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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Loaded

Cops cuffed a guy for allegedly having loaded guns inside his Cheever Place home on March 20.

Police had a search warrant for the 50-year-old man’s house between Degraw and Kane streets and went in at about 12:45 pm, when they say they found a loaded revolver and shotgun.

Bad spa treatment

Four teens threatened a woman and swiped cash from her wallet in the back room of a Court Street spa on March 19, police said.

The 51-year-old victim told police the bandits entered the spa between Second and Third places at about 3:30 pm and intimidated her, making her fear for her life. The malefactors then grabbed $50 out of her wallet, according to authorities.

Bye bike

A baddie swiped a kid’s bicycle from its parking spot on Union Street sometime between March 9 and March 13, police said.

The kid’s dad told police he had left the white Specialized mountain bike with red decals between Van Brunt and Columbia streets at 8 pm on March 9, but when he went to get it on March 13, it was gone.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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