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A dastardly trio threatened and robbed two young teens on Avenue U on June 2.
The 14-year-old teens told police that they were riding on the B100 bus to Mill Avenue around 12:30 pm when three nogoodniks demanded their money and cellphones.
When they got off the bus, the men followed them and approached them again, ordering them, “If you give us money we won’t beat you guys up,” according to the police report.
The frightened teens handed over $57 in total, and told cops the punks fled down Mill Avenue and Avenue T, according to police.
A group of fiends brutally attacked a young woman on Avenue H on June 2.
The 19 year-old victim told police that she was near E. 55th Street at around 10 pm when a woman approached her and demanded, “Run your pockets,” and then socked the teen in the left side of her face.
Several men surrounded the teen, and one of them repeatedly punched her in the face, according to the report.
The brutes fled towards E. 55th Street and the teen was able to walk away, according to cops.
A scoundrel assaulted and robbed a teen sitting in his parked car on Avenue J on June 4.
The victim told cops that he was sitting in the driver’s seat of his ride near E. 32nd Street around 3:35 am when someone hopped in the passenger side seat and said to him, “Give me everything or I will shoot you.”
The goon smacked the teen in the left side of his face and removed a pricey wrist watch from one of the car’s compartments and fled towards E. 32nd Street, according to cops.
— Alexandra Simon
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