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Teen hits conductor with soda bottle • Brooklyn Paper

Teen hits conductor with soda bottle

88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Soda jerk

A mean teen threw a bottle of soda at the conductor of a Queens-bound G train on March 14.

The 62-year-old victim told police that she was stopped at Clinton-Washington at 6:55 pm when the unruly perp chucked a half-full bottle at her face and fled.

The conductor was taken to Mt. Sinai Hospital for injuries to her face and shoulder.

Car jackpot

A burglar hit the jackpot when he broke into a sedan on Clermont Avenue on March 17 — scoring a navigation system, clothes, and sunglasses.

The 26-year-old driver from Staten Island parked near Atlantic Avenue at 3 pm. When she returned the next day, her passenger-side window was broken and her stuff was gone.

Gang of four

Cops say they arrested a quartet of teens that beat up a man on Putnam Avenue for his glasses and $20.

The 31-year-old victim told police he was near Grand Avenue at 9:49 pm when the young attackers punched and kicked his face and body. One of the robbers stole $20 from his coat and another yanked his glasses and bracelet.

Police arrested three boys and one girl that night.

Train pain

A subway marauder punched a man on a New Lots Avenue-bound 3 train and stole his cellphone on March 13.

The 28-year-old victim told cops he was on the train playing video games on his mobile at 11:30 pm when the train stopped at Atlantic Avenue.

That’s when the thief whacked him in the face and yelled, “Why you stole my phone? That’s my phone!”

According to police reports, the perp stayed on the train.

Money grab

Some jerk lifted a woman’s pocketbook from under a stroller on Atlantic Avenue and scored $1,000.

The 46-year-old victim told cops that she was in a building near Vanderbilt Avenue at 1:30 pm when her husband called her cellphone.

She set her purse under her stroller and met her husband outside. When she returned, her cash, cards, and BlackBerry were gone.

Exit wound

A cold-blooded crook slashed a man’s hand on Flatbush Avenue on March 14.

The 18-year-old victim told police he was near Atlantic Avenue at 4:55 pm when the knave sliced him with a box-cutter and fled.

The victim walked to Methodist Hospital.

— Kate Briquelet

To reach reporter Kate Briquelet, e-mail him at newsroom@cnglocal.com or call (718) 260-4506.

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