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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Brutal bandits

Two villains attacked and robbed a man on Shore Parkway on May 14.

The victim told police he was near Ocean Parkway shortly after 3 a.m. when the duo approached. One of the weasles held the victim down, while the other stole his wallet from his pants pocket, before they ran off, cops said.

Choke-held

Two brutes assaulted a man and robbed him on Neptune Avenue on May 14.

Police said the victim was walking between Ocean Parkway and W. Fifth Street at 2:15 a.m. when one of the perps came from behind and put him in a chokehold. The second baddie then removed the victim’s cellphone, wallet, and money from his pocket, before the two perps fled toward Shell Road, according to police.

Looted

A thief looted a car parked on Neptune Avenue on May 14.

The victim parked his ride between Ocean Parkway and W. Fifth Street at 2 p.m. and returned later that day to find someone had broken in and stole a bag, along with several electronics, cops said.

Boardwalk baddie

Cops cuffed two suspects who they say robbed a man and threatened to shoot him on W. 24th Street on May 18.

Police say the suspects approached the victim near the Riegelmann Boardwalk at 5 a.m. and told them they had firearms. One of the suspects then punched the victim in the face and stole his cellphone, cops said.

Officers tracked down the suspects and arrested them, without recovering any weapons, later that day, according to the report.

In hospit-able

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly assaulting a paramedic at an Ocean Parkway hospital on May 9.

The emergency medical worker was tending to a patient at the medical center between Avenue Z and Shore Parkway shortly before 7 a.m. when the suspect punched her in the face, cops said.

Police arrived on scene and arrested the suspect later that day, the report stated.

Spitting slasher

Cops arrested a man who they say slashed a man with a box cutter on Harway Avenue on May 18.

Police say the victim was walking with his girlfriend between Stillwell Avenue and Bay 50th Street when the perp approached and spit on him. The baddie then punched the victim, beforing cutting his arm with the blade, cops said.

Police arrested the 49-year-old suspect shortly after, according to authorities

Identity thief

A fraudster stole a Neptune Avenue man’s personal information to purchase a cellphone on May 4.

The victim, who lives between W. Fifth Street and Ocean Parkway, received a bill in the mail for the unknown purchase, cops said.

— Aidan Graham

Posted 12:00 am, May 22, 2019
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