Bay Ridge–Dyker Heights
85th St stab
A 16-year-old kid was stabbed in the back and chest by a 17-year-olds whom he didn’t know. The victim told cops that he got into an argument with the knife-wielding thug and his friend at around 4:30 pm. Then the thug, described as a 5-foot-8 dark skinned Hispanic guy, whipped out the knife and stabbed him.
It couldn’t have been too bad, though; the victim was treated by emergency medical services at the scene.
Two thieves broke into a 13th Avenue bodega overnight on Oct. 4 to steal cash, two laptops and a few dozen packs of cigarettes.
The perps also wrecked the security cameras inside the store, which is between 78th and 79th streets, when they pulled their jack move after midnight.
Someone stole a plasma-screen TV, laptop and a video camera from a Fort Hamilton Parkway apartment on Oct. 4.
The victim told cops that she left her home, which is between 85th and 86th streets, at 8:20 am. When she returned eight hours later, she saw that her front door lock had been broken and that her pricey tech gear was gone.
Some thug hanging out on Bay Ridge Avenue in a red hoodie and a baseball cap with the logo of the vanquished Cincinnati Reds beat up a 20-year-old guy to steal his Blackberry on Oct 4.
The bruised victim told cops that some dude he didn’t know came up to him on the block between Colonial Road and Bliss Terrace at around 9:45 pm. The perp asked to use the victim’s cellphone, but the victim refused.
That’s when the thug punched the victim in the face, threw him to the ground and kicked him a few times before making off with the smartphone.
Someone stole all the rims and tires off a black 2004 Infiniti that had been parked on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 83rd Street.
The 22-year-old car owner told cops that he did not use his car between Sept. 26 and Sept. 29, when he returned to find that the rims were gone.
A super strong burglar broke into a Fort Hamilton Parkway bodega overnight on Oct. 7 by bending the bathroom window’s security bars.
The buff bandit stole cash, a computer, eight cartons of cigarettes and eight packs of cigars from the store, which is between 71st and 72nd streets. The robbery took place some time between midnight and 8 am.
— Alex Rush
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