FORT GREENE-CLINTON HILL
A gunman shot a teen at Navy
Walk on Oct. 26.
The 15-year-old boy told cops
that, near Navy Street at 8:50 pm,
he heard shots ring out and ran,
before realizing bullets hit him in
Cops found four nine millimeter
rounds at the scene and said the
suspect fl ed, according to police reports.
A knife-wielding pair of thieves
raided a Flatbush Avenue Ext.
store on Oct. 28.
A witness told police that, near
Fulton Street at 5:10 am, the man
and woman took toothpaste and
mouthwash, and when he tried to
stop them from stealing the goods,
the guy swung a blade at him while
his partner-in-crime pushed the
victim to the ground.
Phone fi lcher
Police are on the hunt for a guntoting
tough who held up a Myrtle
Avenue phone store on Nov. 1.
An employee told cops that, between
Ryerson and Hall streets at
2:40 pm, the knave came in waving
a handgun and telling her to bag a
bunch of cellphones.
The victim got several smartphones
from a storage room and the
jerk handcuffed her and told her to
stay there, before he fl ed the scene,
according to police reports.
AA brave woman scared off a
would-be home invader from her
Grand Avenue brownstone in the
early hours of Nov. 1.
The victim told police that, between
Putnam and Gates avenues
at 2:15 am, she saw the hallway
light turn on and found the raider
in her house.
She yelled at him, causing him
to fl ee out of the front door and out
of sight, according to police reports.
Some jerk shoved a woman to the
ground and stole her bag at Hanson
Place on Nov. 1.
The victim told police that, at
Ashland Place around 5:20 pm, the
ruffi an pushed her and threatened
her at knifepoint before stealing
her book bag and fl eeing toward
Lafayette Avenue. sneak thief stole
packages from the back of a delivery
truck on Atlantic Avenue on
A witness saw the mystery man
take mailed goods, worth $250,
from a United Parcel Service van
while making deliveries at Nevins
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Street at 12:35 pm.
A pair of purloiners raided a
woman’s Clermont Avenue garage
on Oct. 26.
The victim told cops that, at
Myrtle Avenue around 1:50 am, the
two ne’er-do-wells snuck into her
building and snatched an e-bike,
along with a purse, laptop, deodorant,
and cotton pads.
Cops collared a woman they accuse
of stealing almost $34,000 from
a Kent Avenue security company she
worked at between April and July.
The witness at the fi rm told police
that, near Hooper Street, the
suspect allegedly bagged the cash
from the company.
Police arrested the woman on
Oct. 29 for felony grand larceny
Cars vs. cops
Police are on the lookout for a
driver who sped through a line of
cops and injured two Boys in Blue
at a protest on Atlantic Avenue on
Offi cers tried to stop and arrest
the driver who was near Smith
Street, an intersection authorities
closed off during the protest around
Offi cers smashed the the car’s
windows with batons as the driver
refused to stop, video from the
scene shows. One cop put his hand
on the car before the driver sped off
cutting the offi cer’s hand and wrist
and requiring fi ve stitches, according
to the authorities.
During the driver’s escape, the
motorist also plowed into a bicycle
cop, knocking him off his twowheeler
and injuring his legs, elbow,
and neck, according to police
Both police offi cers went to
Methodist Hospital for treatment
of their wounds, cops said.
Police arrested two women they
say robbed two people in a fake taxi
on Atlantic Avenue on Oct. 28.
The victim told police he and another
person got into the suspects’s
car believing it was a cab, near
Smith Street just before 7 pm.
They gave the defendant’s their
address and they drove down Atlantic
for a few blocks, before pulling
over and allegedly stealing the
victims’s phones, while threatening
them with a knife, according to police
. Cops cuffed both women at the
scene just after 7 pm for felony robbery
charges, according to police reports.
A pair of bandits kidnapped an elderly
man off the street and robbed
him at Atlantic Avenue on Oct. 31.
The victim, 66, told police the
knaves pulled up in a dark truck
and convinced him to hop in, between
Bond and Nevins streets at 1
hey then pulled out a gun and
told him to hand over money, but
when he did they demanded more
and made him withdraw $1,800 at
two bank machines along Fifth Avenue,
according to police reports.
Five fi nger discount
A knife-wielding shoplifter stole
a shirt from a Fulton Mall chain
store on Nov. 1.
A security guard told police
that, between Duffi eld and Bridge
streets at 7:30 pm, the thief snatched
the thermal shirt and tried to leave
When the employee confronted
the nogoodnik, the latter said,
“Meet me outside” before dashing
and running toward Jay Street, according
to the authorities.
A sneak drove off with a deliveryman’s
car on Clinton Street
on Oct. 28. The victim told police
he was making a drop off between
Schermerhorn and State streets at
10 pm and left his key in the ignition
. When he returned fi ve minutes
later, his van was gone, according
— Kevin Duggan
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A gunman shot at a driver parked
on W. 13th Street on Oct. 31.
The victim told police he was sitting
in his vehicle parked between
Avenue U and Avenue V when a
crook attempted to rob him at gunpoint
around 6 am leading the driver
to speed off.
A bandit snagged a $20 bill from a
woman on Neptune Avenue on Oct.
The victim told police the brigand
stopped her at the intersection
of W. 5th Street around 7 am and said
“give me your money, I’ve got nothing
Marauders mugged a woman inside
of a W. 23rd Street apartment
building on Oct. 27.
The victim told police the thieves
stopped her inside the stairway of
the building between Neptune and
Mermaid avenues around 3 am and
said “shut the f--- up, you already
know what this is.”
— Jessica Parks
A gunman shot a man on 70th
Street near 14th Avenue on Oct. 25
in a botched robbery, police say.
The victim told cops he left his
house at 11:40 pm, when he was approached
by the criminal, who told
him to “run his pockets.” When the
victim refused, the maniac pulled a
gun on him and shot him twice in
the leg before fl eeing.
The victim drove himself to Maimonides
Medical Center where he
was treated for his wounds.
Three crooks robbed a guy on
70th Street on Nov. 1, according to
The victim told cops he was walking
to the deli near 18th Avenue at
1:20 am when the three thieves approached
him and said “give us
your s---.” One of the marauders
punched the victim in the face and
simulated a gun before making off
with his gold chain, cell phone, and
bracelet in a brown SUV.
It gives you wings
A bandit with a taste for energy
drinks ripped off a Pharmacy on
86th Street on Oct. 27, cops say.
Employees of the store near Bay
10th Street say the sneak made off
with 31 cans of Red Bull from the
stock room at around 6:30 am.
A carjacker stole an SUV on 62nd
Street on Oct. 26, police say.
The victim told cops he parked
his ride near 18th Street on Oct. 22,
and returned on Oct. 26 only to fi nd
— Ben Verde