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Vicious teens attack another in Underwood Park • Brooklyn Paper

Vicious teens attack another in Underwood Park

88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Wild teens

Eight renegade teens beat up and mugged a teenage girl in Underwood Park on July 7 — and were later arrested.

The 14-year-old victim told cops that she was in the park, which is near Lafayette and Washington avenues, at around 7:30 pm when the group of thugs jumped her. They punched, kicked and hit her with a stick before making off with her gold chain and hat. Cops nabbed the gang the same day.

Car jacker

Someone stole a car parked on St. James Place sometime between July 6 and 7.

The victim told cops that she left her 2008 Toyota Camry parked near Gates Avenue around midnight. She returned the next day to find that it was gone.

Phone folly

Someone swiped a cellphone from a woman while she was on the promenade near Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 4.

The victim told cops that she was on the promenade near Old Fulton Street at around 8:30 pm when a stranger bumped into her. She returned home to find that her phone was missing and concluded that the unknown person who brushed up against her stole it.

Collision collar

A 30-year-old guy allegedly hit a Grand Avenue auto repair shop employee in the head with a wrench after an argument on July 6 — and was later arrested.

The victim told cops that he was at work at Grand Collision, which is between Flushing and Park avenues, at 9 am when he started bickering with the alleged suspect. The victim said that the guy snapped and thumped him in the head with a wrench.

Pipe perps

Some guy hit another man in the head with a pipe on Greene Avenue on June 27.

The victim told cops that he nearing Clermont Avenue at around 9 pm when the thug popped him with the pipe, bruising him.

Lobby lowlife

A gun-toting thug robbed a 28-year-old woman in the vestibule of her Clinton Avenue building on July 4.

The victim told cops that she was entering her home, which is near Dekalb Avenue, at around 10:30 pm when the unknown thug approached her and flashed a silver handgun. He said “Give me all your money, give me all you got.”

The woman then handed over her wallet, iPhone and iPad.

Bottle bums

Two guys beat up a man with a glass bottle on Myrtle Avenue on July 5.

The victim told cops that nearing N. Portland Avenue when the two men jumped him. They hit him with the bottle in his head and arms several times before taking off.

Phone snatch

Two dudes mugged a woman on Monument Walk on July 5.

The victim told cops that she was near Park Avenue at around 4:30 pm when the unknown thieves approached her. One grabbed her arm, while the other snatched her Samsung Smartphone before they both fled.

iGrab in park

Four thugs stole a 16-year-old girl’s iPhone on Myrtle Avenue on July 5.

The victim told cops that she was listening to music on her Smartphone near Washing Avenue at around 7 pm when the quartet approached her. They shoved her to the ground, snatched her cell and ran off.

Apple action

Two guys robbed a woman at gunpoint on Myrtle Avenue on July 3 — but didn’t get far before cops caught up with them.

Cops say that at 11 pm the duo flashed a silver firearm and forced the victim to give up her iPhone and iPod near St. Edwards Street. Police collared the men, ages 17 and 21, the same night.

Fleet flip-out

Cops arrested an alleged Fleet Walk nuisance on July 5 after she tried to punch an officer.

Cops say that they were called to the block near Prince Street at around 8:40 pm to address a woman who was reportedly sitting on a milk crate and blocking the entrance to the building. The police told her to move, but she grew irate and took a swing at one of the officers. The officers then restrained her and cuffed her. They also discovered that she had marijuana.

Target take

Someone swiped a Flatbush Avenue Target employee’s purse on July 2.

The victim told cops that she was working at the Atlantic Terminal Mall store, which is near Hanson Place, at around 9 am when she absentmindedly left her silver bag on a desk. The purse, which contained cash, cards and makeup, was gone when she returned nine hours later to retrieve it.

Secret steal

Cops arrested a 14-year-old girl for stealing two pricey T-shirts and a bag from the Atlantic Terminal Mall Victoria’s Secret on July 8.

Cops say that the young victim stole the items from the store, which is on Flatbush Avenue near Hanson Place, at around 3:30 pm. Police collared her the same day.

Suzuki swipe

Someone stole a motorcycle parked on S. Elliott Place on July 8.

The victim told cops that he parked his 2005 black Suzuki between Hanson Place and Fulton Street at around noon. He returned four hours later to find that his bike was gone. A witness told cops that she saw an unknown man taking off on the motorcycle.

Pickpocket

A slick thief stole a wallet from a guy on Willoughby Street on July 7.

The victim told cops that he was nearing Steuben Street at around 1:30 pm. He didn’t even realize that someone snatched the wallet from his front pocket.

Car shark

Someone snuck into an unlocked car parked on Washington Avenue overnight on July 8 to steal a navigation system, laptop, sunglasses and clothes.

The victim told cops that he forgot to lock his blue 2000 Chevrolet, which he left parked between Lafayette and Greene avenues at 10:30 pm. He returned at 9:15 the next morning to find his stuff gone.

Ring robber

Someone broke into a Carlton Avenue apartment on July 9 to steal $140 and a wedding ring.

The victim told cops that he was working in his home, which is between Lafayette and Greene avenues, at around 10:30 pm when he heard a noise downstairs. He went to investigate and saw that his kitchen window had been forced open and his stuff was gone. Another witness told cops that she saw some guy fleeing the scene.

Shelter steal

A woman stole a wallet from another woman at a Tillary Street women’s shelter on July 10 — but was arrested soon after.

Cops say that the alleged thief took the wallet at St. Martin De Porres, which is near Prince Street, at 8:50 am. Police collared her the same day.

Art studio heist

Someone stole a computer monitor, amplifier and other tech gear from a Washington Avenue art studio on July 9.

Cops say that at least one robber broke into the Art and Chaos studio, which is between Flushing and Park avenues, at around 7:30 pm. The thief made off with seven items, including film and camera lenses.

Welcome home

Someone stole an old-school car from a guy who left it parked on Fort Greene place while he was on vacation between July 4 and 10.

The traveling victim told cops that he parked his 1989 Chevrolet near Hanson Place at around 10 pm. He returned six days later to find it missing.

—Alex Rush

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