Neighbors pour mystery goo outside woman’s window

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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Mystery goo!

A woman called the cops on her upstairs neighbor for continuously pumping “unknown liquids” out the window of their Prospect Place apartment.

The Park Slope resident told police that her neighbors vented the mysterious fluids out the window of their home between Caton and Vanderbilt avenues at 8 am on April 17, and claims she’s got two witnesses to back up her claims.

The victim’s own windows weren’t damaged as a result of her neighbor’s actions, but some of the enigmatic goo did trickle onto them, cops said.

No arrests have been made, and the case has been closed, according to police.

Hammer time

Cops arrested a 37-year-old man for allegedly banging on the door of a woman’s Wyckoff Street apartment with a hammer on April 24.

The victim told police she was inside her home between Third Avenue and Nevins Street at 9:50 pm, when the suspect started wailing on her front door with the hammer.

The door wasn’t damaged as a result of the man’s attack, cops said, but he was arrested on charges of menacing.

Dirty laundry

A brute beat a man inside a Fifth Avenue laundromat on April 27.

The victim told police he was inside the laundry business at 12:30 pm, when the suspect suddenly cocked his fist back and socked him in the nose.

Cops prowled the area in search of the bruiser following his attack, but came up empty-handed, according to police.

Lap-topped off

A thief stole a man’s laptop he left unattended in the lobby of a First Street apartment building on April 29.

The victim told police that he left a bag containing his computer in the building between Sixth and Seventh avenues at midnight, and returned a few minutes later to find it stolen.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 5:59 pm, July 9, 2018
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