Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate
Police arrested a man who they say struck another man with a metal object in a Surf Avenue strip club on Feb. 11, said police
The victim told police that he went to shake the man’s hand at the club between W. 12th Street and Stillwell Avenue at 3:30 pm when the man suddenly struck him on the left side of his face with an unknown metal object, leaving a cut on his face. Emergency responders took the man to Coney Island Hospital for evaluation, officials said.
The suspect fled in an unknown direction, but at 6:10 am an eyewitness identified the man and police on the scene arrested him, officials said.
Two bozos brandished a gun at a pizza delivery man and demanded he hand over his pie on W. 23rd Street on Feb. 12, police said.
The delivery man told authorities that he was in the process of delivering an order to the 15th floor of an apartment building between Surf and Mermaid avenues at 4:50 pm when two men approached him, flashed a firearm, and demanded the food. The two goons grabbed the grub and fled down a staircase, officials said.
The hungry fiends made off with a pepperoni and sausage pie, a chicken pie, steaks, and barbecue wings, according to a police report.
Police arrested a man for mugging a woman and throttling her on Guider Avenue on Feb. 9, said police.
The woman told police that she was walking between E. 11th and E. 12th streets at roughly 6 am when the man grabbed her by the neck, authorities said.
The man scratched the woman’s throat as he stole her MacBook laptop, Apple watch, and $320, according to a police report.
Officers on the scene arrested the man, officials said.
Five brutes viciously beat a man on Bowery Street on Feb. 11, police said.
The man told police that the five ruffians approached him between W. 12th Street and Stillwell Avenue at 6 am and punched him in the face multiple times, injuring his jaw, officials said. Emergency responders took the man to Coney Island Hospital, authorities said.
The ruffians fled in an unknown direction and the man was unable to identify or provide a description of the bruisers, said police.
— Caroline Spivack
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