Lout shoves woman into pizzeria’s glass window

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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Slice of crime

Some brute shoved a woman into the glass façade of a Sixth Avenue pizza joint on June 3, shattering it.

An employee told police he was hard at work inside the restaurant between Bergen Street and Flatbush Avenue at 1:15 am when he noticed a dispute occurring outside turn ugly as the goon hurled a young lady into the window, cracking it.

The ball rolling

A woman was arrested for allegedly stealing six perfume rollerballs from a Flatbush Avenue lingerie store on June 5.

An employee told police the suspect was inside the bra shop near Atlantic Avenue at 7:52 pm, when she spotted the 56-year-old suspect grabbing six of the roll-on perfume tubes and attempting to sneak past the register without paying.

Parking perp

A thief made off with a woman’s handicapped parking pass from a Third Avenue rental car business sometime between May 18 and June 5.

The victim, 73, told police she returned the rental car she used to the business between Eighth and Ninth streets at 10:35 am on May 18, but didn’t realize she’d left her parking pass in the vehicle until early the following month.

When she called the car lender, an employee told her the pass had been found and was waiting for her, but when she went to retrieve it, the pass had mysteriously vanished, according to police.

Tee’d off

Cops arrested a street vendor for allegedly selling knockoff band T-shirts on Atlantic Avenue on June 6.

The arresting officer reported spotting the suspect near Flatbush Avenue at 8:15 pm, where he was hawking shirts for singer The Weeknd without a license.

After running the suspect’s name through the system, the patrolman discovered the vendor also had an active warrant out for his arrest, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 5:57 pm, July 9, 2018
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