Louts pummel guy at Myrtle Ave. nightclub

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Love sick

A trio of savages assaulted a guy after getting into a fight in a Myrtle Avenue nightclub on April 6, police said.

The victim told police he and the three toughs got into an argument over a woman at the club near Washington Avenue at about 3:30 am when the villains started attacking him and one said “suck his d---,” according to authorities.

The victim told police a stranger brought him to Brooklyn Hospital in a silver car with a large cut on the right side of his neck and on his head and upper body, and the three snakes fled in a gray four-door sedan, officials said.

Grab and go

Some sneak broke into a Greene Avenue apartment and swiped a laptop sometime overnight on April 7, police said.

The punk broke into the apartment near Adelphi Street sometime between 10 pm on April 7 and 5 pm the next day and ran off with an Apple Macbook Pro, cops said.

Back seat baddies

Police cuffed three teens who they say hopped out of a cab without paying and stole the driver’s wallet near Grand Avenue on April 2.

The taxi driver told cops he picked up the suspects in Manhattan and dropped them near Gates Avenue at about 11:45 pm, but they got out without paying and ran out with his wallet with his MetroCard, license, and credit cards inside, according to authorities.

Bye, bye, bicycle

Some jerk rode off with a guy’s motorcycle parked on S. Elliott Place on April 5, police said.

The victim told authorities he parked his 2015 Suki near Hanson Place at 8 pm and when he went back to go get it two hours later, it was gone, officials said.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 5:46 pm, July 9, 2018
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