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A 33-year-old woman was arrested for throwing a glass coffee pot at another woman on Surf Avenue on Sept. 19.
The victim told police that she was between W. 20th and W. 21st streets at 10 pm when the suspect hurled the glass percolator at her, hitting her in the arm. The suspect then allegedly used her nails to scratch the victim on the chest and neck.
Police arrested a 47-year-old woman who they say ransacked a Brighton Seventh Street home on Sept. 12 — taking bibles and religious plaques.
A witness told police that he was outside of the victim’s house between Oceanview and Brighton Beach avenues at 5 pm when he saw the suspect snooping around inside.
When police arrested the suspect, she admitted to stealing the religious articles from the victim’s home, cops said.
Two boys, ages 15 and 16, were arrested for beating and robbing a woman on Brighton 13th Street on Sept. 18, taking her purse.
The victim told police that she was between Oceanview and Brighton Beach avenues at 8:34 pm when the younger suspect grabbed her from behind and began punching her in the face and head. The other accomplice struck the victim in the back of the leg, causing her to fall to the ground, and the suspects grabbed her purse and fled, cops said.
— Colin MixsonReach reporter Colin MIxson at cmixson@cn
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