Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach
A thief with a knife pulled a fast one on a jogger when he stole the victim’s watch on Avenue R on Oct. 10, a police report states.
The runner was on Marine Parkway at 5:35 pm when the cold-hearted crook whipped out a knife and demanded money. The victim didn’t have money so the mugger grabbed the victim’s watch, and then sped away.
A gaming goon stole a video game console from a home on Avenue L on Oct. 10, officers said.
The crook snuck in through a window on E. 45th Street at 8 am. The thief snatched the Xbox then snuck out through the side door.
Cops cuffed two sports fanatics who attacked a soccer referee on Flatbush Avenue on Oct. 10, according to authorities.
After the referee made a call on the field between Shore Parkway and Aviation Road at 6:18 pm, the suspects attacked. One perp head-butted the referee, while the other suspect punched the ref in the back of the neck.
Two bandana-clad bandits robbed a store on Flatbush Avenue on Oct. 11, cops say.
Cops say the robbers were toting firearms and stole cash and lottery tickets from the bodega near Avenue P at 12:40 am. Police say no one was injured.
Police arrested a perp who was driving while intoxicated on Flatbush Avenue on Oct. 11, an officer stated.
The driver was speeding near Avenue O at 3 am, authorities reported. Cops say the suspect had a blood alcohol content of .188 percent.
— Vanessa Ogle
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