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Police arrested a man for smashing his roommate in the head with a garbage pail on W. 33rd Street on June 26.
The victim told police that the pair were quarreling over their living situation between Mermaid and Surf avenues just after noon when things took a violent turn. The man bashed his roomie with the trash can and then sliced his left arm with a piece of plastic that broke off from the receptacle, officails said.
Police arrested the man on another open complaint, authorities said.
Officers nabbed a woman who they say beat a man with a shoe on Canal Avenue on June 26.
The woman was arguing with the man over money between Bayview and Neptune avenues at 1:30 pm, police said. The ticked-off lady had enough and grabbed her footware and began smacking the man in the arms, officials said.
Police cuffed her in connection with another complaint, according to a police report.
A man scared off a knife-wielding baddie who tried to raid his W. 22nd Street apartment on June 28.
The victim was in his pad between Mermaid and Surf avenues at 10:30 am when the ruffian broke down the front door holding a kitchen knife, police said. The tenant approached the cretin, the man dropped the blade and booked it out of the building, authorities said.
A punk raided the offices of a Surf Avenue baseball stadium on June 28.
The victim told police that the man crept into the park and slipped into an office between W. 16th and W. 19th streets at 3 pm. The thief grabbed a black Nike backpack with cash, bank cards, and an iPad mini, according to a police report.
— Caroline Spivack
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