Cops loses a chunk of her hair in struggle with suspect

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill


Authorities arrested a woman who allegedly pulled out a chunk of an officer’s hair and left a bald patch while she was being cuffed on Tillary Street on Sept. 22.

The officer was responding a dispute inside the facility near Prince Street at 12:50 am when the woman became highly combative towards her, a report said. When told to stop, the suspect began pulling the cop’s hair and ripped out a wad, police said.

Tot tussle

Police arrested four youngsters who allegedly stole a 5-year-old boy’s cell phone on Fort Greene Place on Sept. 20.

The suspects — aged 14, 13, and 12 — forcibly snatched the kid’s phone near Fulton Street at 2:30 pm, according to a report.


Cops are searching for a group of four brutes who assaulted a man on Park Avenue on Sept. 18.

The victim told police he was walking out of a building near North Oxford Street at 10:40 pm when the crew of baddies attacked him and cut his right cheek with an unknown object.


Some sneak broke into a Washington Avenue apartment and stole $3,000 of property while its owner was away between Sept. 6 and Sept. 17.

The unit by Atlantic Avenue is undergoing renovation and the creeper entered through an unknown point and removed an under-cabinet fridge, cases of liquor, building supplies, and a blue Bianchi bike, according to a report.


A pirate vandalized a Greene Avenue bodega and stole $6,000 in cash on Sept. 18.

The punk broke the glass front door of the store near Cumberland Street between 1:04 am and 2:03 am and lifted the currency, authorities said. The shop has cameras, but it is very difficult to see anything in the footage because the store lights were off, police said.

— Lauren Gill

Updated 5:54 pm, July 9, 2018
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Your grammar needs work
Sept. 27, 2017, 2:10 pm
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