A 17-year-old who police say was breaking into cars in Midwood was taken into custody on Oct. 9.
Cops nabbed the teen near the corner of Bedford Avenue and Avenue N just after 8:30 am with two navigation systems and three pairs of sunglasses — spoils from some of his previous break-ins, according to police.
Police arrested a 30-year-old man responsible for an Oct. 8 cellphone robbery on E. 18th Street.
The victim was between Albemarle Road and Church Avenue at 2:28 pm when the suspect jumped him — punching the young man in the face repeatedly as he took the phone off his waistband.
But he didn’t get far: cops caught up with the suspect a short time later, charging him with robbery and grand larceny.
A 53-year-old man was arrested inside the Sears on Beverly Road on Oct. 4 when he was caught swiping nine watches from store shelves.
Security guards at the department store between E. 22nd and E. 23rd streets stopped the would-be shoplifter as he tried to leave at 7:45 pm.
Cops arrested two men they say robbed at least three people on a dollar van rumbling through Kensington on Oct. 4.
The two thugs last held up a van passenger at 9:40 pm as the van passed the corner of Fort Hamilton Parkway and E. Fifth Street.
The victim told police that the suspects pulled a gun and demanded everything he had. After he gave them his cellphone, the suspects told the victim to disembark the van and run away.
— Thomas Tracy
©2011 Community News Group
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