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Cops: Woman stabs man with pencil

Brooklyn Daily

70th Precinct

Flatbush—Midwood

Sharp pencil

A 50-year-old woman was arrested for slapping a man, and then stabbing him in the mouth with a pencil on Lenox Road on Aug. 6.

The victim told police that he was between Flatbush and Bedford avenues at 11:34 am when the woman palmed his face and then took the writing utensil to his mouth.

Hot pocket

Police arrested an 18-year old boy who they say burglarized a Flatbush Avenue school on Aug. 2, taking a microwave and food.

Police say surveillance footage of the educational institution between Church and Snyder avenues shows the teen and two accomplices enter through the roof at 3:55 am, and exit the same way with the food and cooking appliance.

Tool time

A 21-year-old man was arrested for pilfering a man’s tool shack and then stealing his car on Ocean Avenue back on Feb. 2.

Police say the suspect admitted that he entered the tool room between Avenues I and J at 2 am and snagged about $2,000 worth of tools. To make his escape, the suspect jacked the victim’s 2000 Chevy and drove off, according to police.

Chain snatcher

Police arrested a 23-year-old man who they say robbed a man at knifepoint on 18th Avenue on Aug. 3, taking the victim’s jewelry.

The victim told police that he was near 45th Street at 3:30 am when the suspect pulled a knife on him and grabbed a chain off of his neck.

— Colin Mixson

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