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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Drugged and raped

Cops are hunting three degenerates who they say drugged a woman inside an Avenue S bar on Feb. 23, and then raped her at one of their apartments.

The victim told police that she was having drinks with two of the men at the watering hole between E. 29th Street and Nostrand Avenue at 7:30 pm when one of the goons brought her a second drink. Shortly after finishing it she found herself becoming drowsy and having trouble walking, she told cops.

The next thing she knew, her two “drinking buddies” shuffled her into their red sports utility vehicle and drove to an apartment, where a third fiend met them, she said. The trio led her into a bedroom and two of the men sexually assaulted her, police reported.

After, the thugs she met at the bar drove her home, all the while threatening her against reporting the crime.

“If you go to the police, we will hurt your daughter,” one of the reprobates growled.

Idle car, active crook

A crook drove off with a man’s 2011 BMW left running in the driveway of his E. 22nd Street home on Feb. 23.

The victim told police that he returned to his house between Avenues S and T from a road trip at 8 pm, and had his keys in the ignition as he took a load of luggage into his house.

He came back just quick enough to catch a glimpse of his German-made car driving around the corner, after some thief spotted an opportunity and slipped into the driver’s seat.

Attack squad

A pack of young thugs robbed a 17-year-old of his iPod and $16 on Avenue U on Feb. 23.

The victim told police that he was near Coyle Street at 9:13 pm when a gang of eight or nine 13-year-old goons surrounded him and demanded his valuables.

Breaking and burglarizing

A thief broke into a man’s E. 22nd Street home on Feb. 23 — taking the victim’s iPad and gold watch.

The victim told police that he had left his home between near Voorhies Avenue at 1:30 pm, and returned later that evening to find that his door knocked off its hinges and his property was missing.

Black tar bust

Cops busted two men, ages 23 and 24, who they say were driving around with fat sacks of heroin on Avenue S on Feb. 22.

The arresting officer reported that he was near E. 17th Street at 8 pm when he noticed the suspects sitting in their cars holding Ziplock bags stuffed full of the illicit opiate.

Bike bandit

A crook stole two motorcycles from inside a man’s shed near his Lacon Court home on Feb. 18.

The victim told police that he left his bikes inside the shed near Everette Avenue at noon, and returned a few days later to find that the front door and side of his shed had been demolished and that the bikes were missing.

— Colin Mixson

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at cmixson@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4514.

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RP. says:
sound like Russian thugs, gee , how could that be ???
March 2, 2013, 10:18 pm

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