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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Sad

Cops have called off the hunt for the embittered liberal who swiped a Donald Trump poster off the front door of a woman’s Prospect Park West apartment sometime between Jan. 15 and 16.

The 50-year-old victim told police she left her home between 13th and 14th streets at noon, and returned just after midnight the following day to find the poster, along with other decorations valued at $2, had vanished from her door.

Police made no arrests and have since closed the case, cops said.

Penalty

Cops are done looking for a delinquent who pummeled a hockey fan at a Jan. 19 game in an Atlantic Avenue arena.

The 19-year-old victim was in the stands at the venue near Flatbush Avenue at 8:55 pm when another fan started yelling obscenities at him, before running up and repeatedly bashing him in the face, cops said.

Paramedics treated the victim, while his attacker fled through the arena’s Dean Street exit, cops said.

No penalties have been issued, and the case is closed, according to police.

Have a seat

Cops busted a 24-year-old woman who they say beat another gal with a “computer chair” inside an Eighth Avenue women’s shelter on Jan. 17.

The 25-year-old victim told officers she was inside the refuge between 14th and 15th streets at 4:22 pm when she became embroiled in a shouting match with the suspect.

Things came to a head after the younger woman took up some the office furniture and, wielding it like a club, smashed the victim’s face.

“She was bothering me, so I hit her with a chair,” the suspect allegedly told police.

Paramedics gave the victim a ride to the hospital, while the suspect was collared on assault charges, cops said.

Rocked

Cops have called it quits in the search for the rock-wielding vandal who smashed up a man’s car parked on 11th Street on Jan. 20.

The victim left his 2015 Nissan Rogue between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 10 pm, and returned the following day to find his windshield cracked and his rear window totally smashed, along with a hefty stone he found sitting in his trunk, authorities said.

No arrests have been made, and the case is closed, cops said.

Grand theft auto

Cops have thrown up their hands in the hunt for the thief who stole an out-of-towner’s car that he left on Warren Street on Jan. 19.

The victim, who was visiting from Massachusetts, told police he left his 2010 Subaru Legacy between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 5 pm, and returned the following day to find it stolen.

No arrests have been made and the case is closed, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

schaz from Greenpoint says:
Well, as usual, I'm checking your weekly Police Blotter and amazingly find that there are no crimes worth reporting in North Brooklyn. It's surely wonderful that we live in such a safe area.
Or is it that the so-called "Brooklyn" paper simply ignores North Brooklyn when it comes to crime? Hmm....
Inquiring minds want to know.
Feb. 1, 2017, 12:37 pm

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