Girlfriend beats and robs cheating boyfriend

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Jilted lover

A enraged woman caught her no-good-boyfriend in bed with another woman in his 63rd Street apartment on Feb. 5 and bludgeoned the pair with her fists, said police.

The man told police that his jilted lover caught the pair in the heat of passion in his place between 17th and 18th avenues at 7:40 am and immediately began punching him in the face. The incensed girlfriend chased him out of the apartment and then returned to the bedroom to punch and kick his mistress, officials said.

After the baddie beat the woman she swiped her boyfriend’s cellphone, $300, and his Jordan sneakers and stated, “If he wants his s---, tell him to come see me,” and fled the scene, authorities said.

Time to run

A pair of goons mugged a man at gunpoint on 72nd Street on Jan. 31, said police.

The man told police that he was leaving his friend’s house between 18th and 19th avenues at 1:50 am when one man approached him and asked for the time while another pressed a black firearm against his back and stated, “Turn around and give me your money.”

The crooks searched the man’s pockets, took his wallet, and fled toward 19th Avenue, authorities said.

Swiped swans

A opportunistic thief swiped a package of antique silver swans from a 63rd Street doorstep on Jan. 31, said police.

The homeowner told police that when he returned to his home between 18th and 19th avenues at 6:40 pm he found the ripped-open package on his front porch. The man reviewed security footage and saw an unknown woman flee with the antiques, according to a police report.

The woman fled toward 18th Avenue, authorities said.

Cold culprits

Four sniffly thieves robbed a Kings Highway pharmacy of allergy medication on Feb. 2, authorities said.

A witness told police that the quartet walked into the drugstore between W. 11th and W. 12th streets at 1 pm. The pilferers swiped boxes of Claritin, Breath Right strips, and Allegra, and fled the store in an unknown direction, according to a police report.

Scam artist

A huckster conned a man out of $2,500 after he responded to a loan ad in a newspaper on Feb. 6, said police.

The victim told police that he responded to an advertisement in a Greek newspaper to take out a loan at 3 pm and an unknown man began corresponding with him and asked that he send a copy of his social security card, identification card, and $2,500.

He wired the money through Western Union to the con artist in Florida. But the victim never received his loan and the crook keeps calling him from various numbers demanding more money, according to a police report.

Family feud

Police arrested a man for shoving his 80-year-old mother to the ground so hard that he bruised her hip on 17th Avenue on Jan. 29, officials said.

The woman told police that she opened the door to her apartment between Bath and Benson avenues at 11:45 pm when her 54-year-old son grabbed her and pushed her to the ground, causing her to have pain on the right side of her hip. Emergency responders took the woman to Maimonides Hospital, authorities said.

— Caroline Spivack

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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