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Toasting violence

A woman attacked a fellow club hopper with a broken drinking glass on Oct. 10 during a bloody altercation on Church Avenue.

The victim was arguing with the 21-year-old at 3 am when the assailant lashed out with the shattered glass. The woman was cut so badly that she needed stitches, police were told.

Sears steal

An employee of the Beverly Road Sears was arrested on Oct. 5 after she was caught stealing from the till.

Store security personnel caught the 19-year-old woman at 3:50 pm after a surveillance camera recorded her pulling $1,300 from her register and secreting it in her shopping bag.

The woman admitted to the theft, claiming that she “didn’t make enough money” working for the department store.

Stabbed in shoulder

A 42-year-old E. 94th Street man was arrested on Oct. 4 after he stabbed his same-sex partner during a heated exchange.

Police said the two men were arguing inside the apartment they shared, which is between East New York Avenue and Rutland Road, at 4:40 am when a knife ended the spat.

Cops took the 42-year-old assailant into custody without incident.

Can man

A thief preparing for a long night was arrested on Oct. 10 after taking two cans of Red Bull and one can of Guinness beer from a Church Avenue bodega.

A worker at the grocery, which is between New York Avenue and E. 34th Street, told police that the thief entered the store and tried to leave with the liquids at midnight.

When an employee tried to stop him, the thief shoved him out of the way.

The thief wasn’t about to shove the cops out of the way when they stopped him.

Gunning for cash

A thief robbed a 26-year-old woman at gunpoint on Oct. 4 during a clash on Avenue H.

The suspect grabbed the woman near E. 53rd Street at 8 pm, robbing her of $130 and her cellphone, cops were told.

Very informative

A thug pulled a gun on a woman on Avenue H on Oct. 8, then — in case she didn’t know — told her “You are being robbed.”

Police said that the odd exchange took place near E. 42nd Street at 10:45 pm. The thief took $300 and a cellphone off the woman before running off, the victim told authorities.

Shot on Foster

A gunman shot a man in the back on Foster Avenue during an Oct. 5 skirmish.

Police said the victim was found unconscious and unresponsive between New York and Brooklyn avenues at 1:34 am.

The victim, who was hit multiple times, died at the scene.

Cops are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to come forward.

Calls can be made to the NYPD CrimeStoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Station break

Thieves snuck into a Flatbush Avenue gas station on Sept. 30, taking $250 from the office.

Workers said the thief entered the station, which is between Avenue I and E. 34th Street, sometime after 6 pm, breaking the cylinder to the front door as he did so.

Wipe out graffiti

As the ongoing war against graffiti continues, cops are now offering a $500 reward to anyone with information that can lead them to the vandals that mark up the community.

The hefty reward is part of the city’s new push to rid New York of graffiti, one of the leading quality of life complaints brought to police.

Anyone with information about graffiti vandalism in their neighborhood is urged to contact either 311 or 911.

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