Kids cause mayhem in Seventh Avenue doughnut shop

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78th Precinct

Park Slope


A pack of ne’er-do-wells invaded a Seventh Avenue doughnut joint on March 5, spraying milk and syrup in the pastry shop, and causing mayhem.

An employee told police that 15 kids stormed the business between Seventh and Eighth streets at 6:50 pm, and began hurling sugary condiments and creamers around the store, making a mess.

Cops searched the area following the kid-powered calamity, but come up short, and the case has been closed without any arrests, according to police.

Laundry mobile

Somebody stole a man’s vehicle from Sixth Avenue on Feb. 20, but police found it the next day a few blocks away.

The victim told officers he parked his 2014 Volvo between 13th and 14th streets at 8 pm, and discovered it stolen the next day.

But police were quick to find the man’s wayward ride, parked a few blocks away on Sixth Avenue near 15th Street, albeit, with a hamper inside that wasn’t there before, and the radio turned to a “rap” station, which the victim claims he doesn’t listen to, cops said.

Construction crook

Cops busted an alleged thief suspected of looting a Carroll Street construction site on March 8.

The victim told police the suspect waltzed into the worksite between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West at 3:35 pm, and nabbed an array of power tools and other work gear.

Police cuffed the suspect that evening, charging him with burglary, cops said.

Make it rain

Police arrested a 49-year-old woman who they say beat a 28-year-old man with an umbrella inside the Atlantic Terminal subway station on March 7.

The victim told police he bumped into the strange lady while walking down a flight of stairs in the station near Flatbush Avenue at 9 am, inciting the suspect to whack him a few times with her long and pointy rain gear.

Cops cuffed the woman that day, charging her with felony assault, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 5:47 pm, July 9, 2018
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