Police cuffed a guy for striking a man in the head with a metal tool on Bath Avenue on Aug. 1.
The victim told police the two got into a verbal argument near Bay Seventh Street at about 7 pm when the suspect started hitting him in the hand and forehead with the metal tool, according to authorities.
A lout stole a guy’s cash and phone from his car parked on 86th Street on Aug. 1, police said.
The man told police he left his car near 16th Avenue at about 9 pm when the punk swiped his cellphone and $2,850 from inside, according to authorities.
A baddie stole a guy’s credit cards from inside his vehicle parked on New Utrecht Avenue on Aug. 6, police said.
The man told police he left his Nissan Altima near 85th Street at about 5:15 pm when the crook took his three credit cards from the passenger side, police said. The malefactor charged the cards at various locations but they were not authorized, officials said.
A crook stole a few beverages from a store on 18th Avenue on Aug. 6, police said.
The jerk entered the store near 61st Street and started putting a bunch of iced teas in his pockets and backpack at about 4 pm, according to authorities. Someone saw the thief and tried to stop him, but he displayed a syringe and said “I got a shiv,” officials said.
A punk stole a guy’s bike from inside the hallway of a building on Avenue O on July 30, police said.
The man told police the malefactor broke into the building near W. 10th Street at about 2 pm through an unlocked side door and rode off with the specialized bike, police said.
— Julianne Cuba
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