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A thug stabbed a 29-year-old man four times in the neck and arm as he was dancing at a N. Sixth Street club.
The victim told police that he was on the dance floor at Public Assembly at 3:46 am when the violent perp stabbed him several times and ran down N. Sixth Street.
Five perps beat up a teenager and tried to steal his bicycle on May 19 on Metropolitan Avenue.
The victim told police he was riding near Lorimer Street at 5 pm, when the perps approached and started punching and kicking him.
The thugs tried to grab the bike, but its owner wouldn’t let it go, so the perps fled — and got arrested by police a few blocks away.
Two thieves punched a man and stole his iPhone on Graham Avenue on May 20.
The perps approached the man near Engert Street at 4:35 pm, and started punching him in the face. One shouted, “Give us your phone,” while the other grabbed it out of his hand.
Two perps grabbed a man and stole his cash near Berry Street on May 20.
The victim had left the L-train station and was heading toward N. Sixth Street at 6 am when the two perps placed him in a headlock.
“You going to make me shoot you for a phone?” one said. The victim gave up the phone and $250 — and the perps fled into the Bedford Avenue station.
A thief broke into two Nassau Avenue apartments on May 17, and stole $6,700.
The tenant told police that she left her apartment between Diamond and Newel streets at 8 am, but when she returned 12 hours later, she saw that two apartment doors were damaged, and both her and her neighbors’ cash was stolen.
A thief stole a laptop and $350 from a car on N. 12th Street on May 16.
The driver told police that he parked near Kent Avenue at 9 pm and returned three hours later to find a side window broken and his stuff gone.
A thief broke into a car on Jackson Street on May 17 and stole a purse.
The driver told police that she parked near Manhattan Avenue at 11 am and returned two hours later.
A thief stole a Volkswagen on Wythe Avenue on May 20.
The driver told police that he parked near N. Fourth Street at 8 am and returned two hours later to find that someone had swiped the German-made machine.
— Aaron Short
©2011 Community Newspaper Group
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