Lout clocks guy in the face

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Walking rage

A goon socked a guy in the face on Navy Street on June 6, police said.

The 69-year-old victim told cops he was walking to his car parked under an expressway near Park Avenue at about 3:30 pm when the villain passed him, but then turned around and punched him on the left side of his face.

The victim asked “why did you hit me?” and the goon said “you wanna fight me, I don’t like you,” according to authorities.

Pen is mightier than the sword

Cops cuffed a guy for trying to attack someone with a pen inside a Clermont Avenue apartment on June 6, police said.

The 31-year-old victim told police the suspect charged at him with the writing utsensil and said he would kill him inside the apartment near Vanderbilt Avenue at about 1:30 am. Another roommate inside the apartment snatched the pen from the suspect, cops said.

Watch out!

Some sneak stole a guy’s watch and electronics from his Cambridge Place apartment on June 4, police said.

The 27-year-old victim told police he had left his apartment near Gates Avenue at about noon because of construction inside the building, and when he got back about four hours later, noticed his Omega watch, Playstation, and Apple television were gone, cops said. The victim said he had left his doors unlocked because of the construction, according to authorities.

Bad parking spot

A good-for-nothing smashed the window of a guy’s car parked on Willoughby Avenue on June 10, and stole his watch and electronics from inside, police said.

The 27-year-old victim told police he had left his car near Classon Avenue at about 3 am and when he returned to it later that morning, noticed some punk had shattered the rear passenger-side window and swiped his Michael Kors watch, cellphone, and bank card, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 5:42 pm, July 9, 2018
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