A thief rode off with a man’s bicycle he locked up on Park Place on June 8.
The victim told police he parked his Linus-brand cycle near Carlton Avenue at 1 pm, and returned about six hours later to find his ride stolen.
Some creep ransacked a car belonging to a 70-year-old woman on 14th Street on June 10.
A neighbor of the victim told police he spotted the suspect in the backseat of the woman’s car between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 9 am.
The victim later discovered the crook had nabbed $500, her BlackBerry phone, and a Samsung tablet, according to police.
The woman’s granddaughter may be partly to blame for the theft, as the old lady suspects the girl left her car unlocked, cops said.
A thief stole a woman’s bike while she labored at a Union Street food co-op on June 13.
The victim told police she left her bike chained outside the grocery store between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 9:50 am, and returned following her three-hour shift to find her two-wheeler gone.
Cops busted a woman for allegedly nabbing $36 worth of groceries from a Third Street supermarket on June 14.
The woman’s employer told police the suspect was on shift at the store near Third Avenue at 9 pm when she was spotted trying to walk off with ill-gotten peanut butter, corn bread, and sweet pepper, among other illicit grocery staples.
A man was arrested for allegedly smoking weed inside a car parked on Prospect Place on June 18.
The arresting officer reported spotting the suspect puffing away in his car between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 6:43 pm.
Upon searching the suspect, the officer discovered a small Ziploc bag containing more pot, according to police.
— Colin Mixson
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