Nogoodnik punches medic in ambulance taking him to a hospital

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Emergency bash

A punk punched an emergency medical technician in an ambulance while he was being transported to the hospital on DeKalb Avenue on April 8.

The jerk was riding in the emergency vehicle near Ashland Place on the way to Brooklyn Hospital at 4:30 pm when he bashed the medic in the shoulder and kicked his left knee several times, causing substantial pain, according to a report.

Tied up

Some sneak stole a guy’s expensive ties and body perfume while he was moving on Grand Avenue on March 10.

The victim left his Marinella ties and cologne unattended while moving from the apartment near Park Avenue at 2:30 pm and returned an hour later to find that they had been taken, a report said.

Subway snatch

A snake snatched a guy’s phone from his hands as the Coney Island-bound B train he was riding was leaving Flatbush Avenue station on April 3.

The victim told police he was sitting on the orange bullet at 9:15 pm, and just as it was about leave the station near Atlantic Avenue, the thief grabbed his iPhone 7 from his hand and fled just before the door closed.


A weasel stole a woman’s wallet on Clermont Avenue on March 8.

The lady was strolling near Park Avenue at 12:55 am with her wallet under her arm when a creep bumped into her, police said. She woke up the next morning and realized that it, along with her credit card, was missing, according to authorities.

Return to sender

Some filcher lifted a postal worker’s purse from her vehicle when she was delivering packages on Clinton Avenue on April 8.

The woman told cops she was dropping off the parcels near Willoughby Avenue at 2:20 pm when the lout took her bag containing her phone, cards, and postal identification, according to a report.

— Lauren Gill

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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