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Three brutes slashed a man in the forehead with a knife on Quentin Road on May 14, landing him in the hospital for treatment, police said.
The 50-year-old victim was near Ocean Avenue at about 8:30 pm when the trio attacked with the blade, according to a Coney Island Hospital worker who called police telling them about the incident, which left the man with a gash that required nine stitches, officials said.
The goons also stole $200 from the victim, according to authorities.
Some jerk stole more than $2,000 worth of disc jockey equipment from a guy’s garage on Coleridge Street sometime between April 28 and May 13, police said.
The guy returned to his home near Oriental Boulevard at about 11:30 am to find his garage door was halfway open and that his Pioneer-brand mixer, black controller, case, microphone, and lights were gone, officials said.
Cops cuffed a guy for swiping electronics and jewelry from a woman’s E. 12th Street home on May 15.
The suspect broke into her house near Quentin Road while she gone from about 10 am to noon and ran off with her tablets, a pearl ring, necklace with pearls, and cash, according to authorities.
The suspect broke in through the basement window and fled through the front door, leaving it open, according to authorities. Police found a bag of crack and a crack pipe on the suspect, officials said.
A baddie stole a bunch of over-the-counter drugs from a Sheepshead Bay Road store on May 17, police said.
The nogoodnik went down to the basement of the store near Avenue Z at about 8 am and grabbed packs of razors, Prilosec, Zantac, and Nexium worth $571, according to authorities.
A lout swiped a few items from a store on Kings Highway on May 16, police said.
The jerk was in the store near E. 18th Street at about 5 pm when he put a tube of Abreva cream and a pack of Febreze plug-ins his pockets and left without paying, officials said.
A knave stole equipment from an E. 12th Street tattoo parlor sometime between May 2 and May 20, police said.
The lawbreaker broke into the parlor near Kings Highway by forcing open the door and went upstairs to the third floor that had been vacant for two weeks and fled with a Cheyenne-brand tattooing power supply, a tattoo machine, and an outdoor surveillance camera, officials said.
— Julianne Cuba
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