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They got the jewels!

Key party

Someone burglarized a Clinton Street home on Nov. 19, taking thousands in jewelry.

Cops said that the thug used a house key left on the window sill to gain entry to the home, which is near Warren Street, between 6:30 am and 7 am. The 34-year-old victim said the uninvited guest made off with $1,000, two Gucci watches worth $4,000 and a custom platinum ring worth $2,000.

Pinky slash

A woman assaulted a man on Centre Mall on Nov. 25.

The 27-year-old victim said that the woman punched him and then slashed his hand with a knife, cutting his right pinky. Officer Pedro Jiminian quickly nabbed the 20-year-old turkey.

Rotten apple

Someone burglarized a Columbia Street home on Nov. 26, stealing an Apple computer.

The 52-year-old victim told cops he was gone from his home, which is near Luquer Street, from 2 pm to 3:30 pm, and during that time, the crook made off with an Apple desktop computer worth $1,800.

Jerk cycle

A man punched a woman in the face inside a Henry Street Laundromat on Nov. 26.

The 23-year-old victim told cops that the man entered the Henry Street Laundromat Company near Kane Street at around 4:18 pm, punched her in the face and torso, and then fled. The woman said the man works nearby delivering Chinese food.

Union haul

Someone burglarized a Union Street home between Nov. 24 and Nov. 26.

The 34-year-old victim said she left her home, which is near Hoyt Street, at around 7 pm, and returned two days later to find that three bicycles, a scooter, and a skateboard worth a total of $3,300 were missing from her vestibule.

Junk on trunk

Someone defaced a car parked on Court Street on Nov. 21.

The 36-year-old victim said she parked her 2008 Nissan Altima near Kane Street at around 9:30 am, returning two hours later to find her car used as a sick canvas, with vile phrases including “Suck a d—,”and “F— you, Blaze,” crudely etched on its front hood, and “Ass” — the latter perhaps the perpetrator’s own signature — scratched onto the trunk.

— Gary Buiso

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