A 19-year-old woman tased her 16-year-old acquaintance on 20th Avenue on Aug. 26
The victim told police that the ruffian and her friend shot her with the stun gun her near 86th Street at 8 p.m.
A bandit swiped a birth certificate, jewelry, and $10,000 from a 65th Street apartment on Aug. 27.
The victim told police that she and the other residents were at work when the burglar entered the apartment between 16th and 17th avenues at around noon, before looting the place.
A bandit swiped a man’s cellphone on 86th Street on Sept. 1.
The victim told police that he was waiting for an Uber near 20th Avenue at 3:35 a.m., when the thief approached him and asked to borrow his phone to make an emergency call.
Upon receiving the $1,149 cell, the crook exclaimed, “The Phone is mine now!” before hightailing it, cops said.
Some rascal shot a man with a paintball gun on W. Seventh Street on Sept. 1.
The victim told police that he was riding his e-bike by Avenue P at 11:40 p.m., when the lout painted him with the gas-powered gun, before fleeing in his car.
A crook pushed a man to the ground and stole $200 from him on 85th Street on Sept. 1.
The victim told police that the mugger walked towards him as he exited his building between 20th and 21st avenues at midnight, when he shoved him against the fence and demanded cash. The victim fell to the ground and gave the robber $200 from his wallet, which the thief took before fleeing, according to police.
— Rose Adams
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