Vandal slashes tire on car parked on Eighth Avenue

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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Civic slasher

Some goons slashed a tire on a man’s car he parked along Eighth Avenue on May 27.

The victim told police he left his 2013 Honda Civic between Fourth and Fifth streets at noon, and returned at 7 pm to find his front right tire deflated, and with a brand-new hole in it.

Cops have failed to catch the tire slasher, and the case has been closed, according to police.

Tough break

Cops busted an 18-year-old woman for damaging property at a Ninth Street foster care provider on May 28.

A witness told police she spotted the suspect, who resides at the location between Fourth and Fifth avenues, ripping wires out of a wall at 4:53 pm.

Police arrested the suspect later that day, and charged her with criminal mischief, in addition to marijuana possession after finding her with a joint, cops said.

What a drag

A thief made off with the back tire of a man’s bike parked on Garfield Place on May 25.

The victim told police he locked his bike up between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 11 pm, but returned a few days later to find his rear tire had been stolen.

Police have failed to catch the tire thief, and the case been closed, cops said.

Bike bandit

A thief stole a man’s pricey bicycle he parked on Eighth Street on May 26.

The victim told police he left his Vilano Piverse bike locked to a signpost between Third and Fourth avenues at noon, and returned at 11 pm to find his bike stolen.

Officers have failed to arrest the crook, and the case been closed, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 5:42 pm, July 9, 2018
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