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Police arrested a man and woman for viciously beating a woman on W. 19th Street on May 18.
The duo — the victim’s brother and sister-in-law — ambushed the woman between Neptune and Mermaid avenues, said authorities. They punched her in the face, whipped her with a leather belt, and struck her in the head with crutches, according to a police report. The sister-in-law even bit the woman on the stomach and then grabbed the belt, striking her inner thighs several times with the makeshift-whip.
The nail in the coffin was when the sister-in-law struck the victim in the head with a pole, causing a deep gash, cops said. The pair left the woman laying in the street for dead, until police discovered her, officials said.
A psycho chopped a man with a meat cleaver on Boynton Place on May 19.
The crazed cleaver-wielder got into an argument with his roommate near 86th Street at 6 pm, said police. But the fight quickly escalated when the man pulled out the blade and began hacking away at the man’s left arm and the left side of his chest, according to a police report.
The maniac also pulled out a black handgun and pointed it at the man’s face, demanding he move out from their apartment or he’d kill him, said officials.
Police arrested a pair of goons who were throwing food at a woman on the Boardwalk on May 20.
The woman was near W. 21st Street at 11:30 pm when the rowdy baddies started tossing food and heckling her. But when she asked them to stop, the pair kicked her and struck her in the head with a white object, according to a police report.
More than a dozen louts brutally beat a man on Surf Avenue at W. 16th Street on May 20.
The victim told police that while walking up the stairs toward the Boardwalk at 10 pm he was jumped by roughly a dozen teens. The baddies punched him in the back of the head and struck him in the face with a belt, which knocked a few teeth loose, according to a police report.
The man suffered a broken left thumb, a deep gash to his face, and bruises all over his body, said police.
— Caroline Spivack