Baddie whacks deli worker with cane

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Not welcome back

A villain socked a guy in the arm with a cane inside a Fulton Street bodega on May 26, police said.

The goon got into an argument with the deli worker inside the store near Hanson Place at about 2 am when he became irate and started hitting the victim in the right arm with the pole, and then fled, according to authorities. Paramedics took the 22-year-old victim to Brooklyn Hospital, cops said.

Park punk

Some nogoodnik cut a woman in the chest inside a Saint Edwards Street green space on May 26, police said.

The 26-year-old victim walked into a hospital on DeKalb Avenue the next day and told cops that she was in the park near Myrtle Avenue at about 11:30 pm when she got into a fight with the good-for-nothing, who then stabbed the woman in her upper chest and finger, officials said. The victim told police she didn’t see what weapon the baddie used.

Not so fast!

Cops cuffed a guy on May 25 for stealing a bike on Hanson Place about three weeks earlier.

Police spotted the 36-year-old suspect pedaling a Citi Bike the wrong way down a one-way street near Ashland Place and realized he had swiped it on May 3, according to authorities.

Bike bandit

Some punk rode off with a woman’s bicycle locked up on Flatbush Avenue Extension on May 23, police said.

The victim told cops she had left her Jamis coda elite two-wheeler near Fulton Street at about 7:15 am, and when she returned to it at about 4:45 pm, the lock was broken and her bike was gone, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 5:43 pm, July 9, 2018
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