A ruffian ordered his dog to attack a woman on Sixth Avenue on Sept. 20.
The victim told police that she was arguing with the dog-owner near Dean Street at 11:30 am, when the puppy-wielding punk ordered the canine to attack her, although the fleet-footed woman managed to hightail it.
A bruiser punched a woman on Seventh Avenue on Sept. 16.
The victim told police that the brute sucker punched her without provocation near Seventh Street at around 8 pm, and then ran off.
A motorist left the scene of an accident on St. Marks Place on Sept. 16.
The victim told police that the perp smashed into her Honda Civic between Flatbush and Carlton avenues at 1:30 pm, before driving off without stopping.
A jerk slapped another woman on Sixth Street on Sept. 15.
The victim told police that the woman was yelling at her near Seventh Avenue at around 8:20 am, when the confrontation turned violent and the cur slapped the victim in the face.
Cops cuffed a woman for allegedly stealing from a Fourth Avenue Whole Foods on Sept. 16.
A worker told police that the suspect entered the up-scale grocery near Third Street at around 5 pm and allegedly made off with $170 woth of ill-gotten goods.
Police arrived on the scene shortly after and arrested the woman on misdemeanor charges of criminal possession of stolen property, according to police reports.
A filcher stole packages from a First Street apartment on Sept. 10.
The victim told police that the swindler grabbed two packages worth a combined $550 from the vestibule of her apartment building between Fourth and Fifth avenues at around 7 am.
A sneak stole the license plates off a car on Second Street between Sept. 14 and 16.
The victim told police that he left the car between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 6 pm, and returned two days later at 9 am to find both license plates missing.
A shoplifter looted an Atlantic Avenue store on Sept. 15.
An employee told police that the thief entered the store near Flatbush Avenue at around 12:45 pm and grabbed $109 worth of clothes before running off.
— Aidan Graham
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