Bandits take off with stolen bikes

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Back stabber busted

Cops cuffed a woman for stabbing a guy in the back on Bush Street on Sept. 16.

The 22-year-old suspect stabbed the 22-year-old victim in the back with a kitchen knife, which police later recovered, near Centre Mall at about 9 am, according to authorities.

Smashed, grabbed, cuffed

Police arrested a guy for smashing a car window with a rock on Lorraine Street on Sept. 15.

A witness told police he saw the 22-year-old suspect hurl the rock into the window of the black Mercedes-Benz parked between Court and Clinton streets at about 12:45 am and then reach his hand into the broken window. Police later saw the suspect walking on Clinton Street with a gravity knife in his hand and when they arrested him they also found a crack pipe in his pocket, according to authorities.

Daylight invasion

Some nogoodnik swiped a guy’s phone and cash from his Bush Street apartment on Sept. 16, police said.

The victim told police that the malefactor had broken into his apartment near Centre Mall between 9 am and 12 pm and stole his identification card, MetroCard, $18 cash, and white galaxy cell phone worth hundreds, officials said.

Bye, cycle!

A baddie ran off with a woman’s bike that had been locked up on Kane Street sometime overnight on Sept. 16, police said.

The 49-year-old woman told police the crook broke the lock and then stole the $25 girl’s bike left outside near Columbia Street sometime between Sept. 16 at 6 pm and 9 am the next morning, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 5:55 pm, July 9, 2018
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