Police: Woman punches another woman in bodega brawl

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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Bodega brawl

Cops arrested a 29-year-old woman for punching another gal in the face inside a Seventh Avenue bodega on the morning of Sept. 16.

A witness told police he saw the victim wrestling with a man inside the market between Eight and Ninth streets at 8:52 am, when the suspect walked up to her, let out a shout of “punk a-- b----,” and punched the victim in the face, giving her a bloody nose.

Police arrested the suspect on misdemeanor assault, cops said.

T time

Police cuffed a 52-year-old man for allegedly stealing 29 plain T-shirts from a Flatbush Avenue clothing store on Sept. 16.

An employee told police he spotted the suspect pull a blue bag out of his backpack inside the store near Atlantic Avenue at 3:55 pm, and proceed to stuff it with an estimated $410 worth of fancy-free shirts, before breezing past the register with his ill-gotten attire.

Cops arrested the man that day, charging him with misdemeanor petit larceny, according to police.

Shopping slug

Officers busted a 25-year-old man for allegedly punching a guy inside an Atlantic Avenue shopping center on Sept. 13.

The victim told police he was inside the mall between Fort Greene Place and S. Portland Avenue at 1:40 pm, when the suspect slugged him for no reason, leaving him with a black eye.

Cops cuffed the suspect on misdemeanor assault that day, while the victim was taken to a nearby hospital, according to police.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 10:30 am, September 26, 2018
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