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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Worst hangover of his life

A lout struck a drunk man in the face, knocking him to the ground, on 73rd Street on Aug. 11.

The assault occurred at Third Avenue just before 1:30 am. Emergency medical personnel transported the man to Lutheran Medical Center with cuts caused when he hit his head on the ground.

Not in my backyard

A pack of four perps trespassed into the backyard of a 67th Street home on Aug. 4.

The punks entered the property between 13th and 14th avenues around 5 pm, police said.

Got away with it

A lout swindled nearly $8,000 from a Bay Ridge Parkway resident’s bank account on July 21 and 22, the man reported to police on Aug. 8.

The thief stole from the man — who lives between Narrows Avenue and Colonial Road — by calling the man’s bank and successfully requesting a new debit card for his account on both days in July, withdrawing $3,980 each time, the man reported to police just after 10 am.

Floored it

A sneak stole a car parked on 65th Street in the early afternoon on Aug. 8.

The thief stole the car from Ridge Boulevard just after 1:30 pm, according to the report. The owner of the car told police that he has the only set of keys.

— Julianne McShane

Posted 12:00 am, August 15, 2018
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