Costly bites at
the Apple Store
Offi cials are looking for three men
after a pair of thefts inside Greenwich
Village restaurants, according to a police
The fi rst incident was on Friday,
Sept. 27, around 6:15 p.m. inside Baby
Brasa, at 173 Seventh Ave. A 23-yearold
woman was inside when she hung
her purse, with her wallet inside, on the
back of her chair.
The woman realized her wallet, containing
cash and credit cards, had allegedly
been taken, and she then went
home. A police investigation found that
unauthorized charges were made at the
Apple Store at 401 W. 14 St.
The second incident was on Friday,
Oct. 4, around 6:40 p.m., at the Favela
Cubana restaurant, at 543 LaGuardia
A 43-year-old woman was seated
inside with her purse hanging on the
back of her chair.
At some point during the evening,
the woman discovered that her wallet,
containing $100 and credit cards, had
allegedly been taken. An investigation
found that unauthorized charges were
made at the same Apple Store, at 401
W. 14 St.
Two men assaulted another man following
an argument in front of 235 W.
42 St., police said.
The incident occurred on Friday,
Oct. 25, around 10:30 p.m. During
the assault, one of the men allegedly
stabbed the victim, a 30-year-old man,
in his right arm and torso. The two
men then fl ed on foot west on West 42
The victim suffered a collapsed lung
and a lacerated bicep. He was taken to
Bellevue Hospital in stable condition.
The fi rst man is described by police
as Hispanic, 18 to 22 years old, and
last seen wearing a black sweater, blue
jeans, red sneakers, and with a black
The second man is described as Hispanic,
18 to 22 years old, with a beard
and his hair in a ponytail, and last seen
wearing a light-colored hooded sweater
with the words “pink panther” on the
front, blue jeans and black sneakers.
Chocoholic goes on a rampage
A woman started an argument
with an employee at the Max Brenner
chocolate shop, at 841 Broadway, then
started throwing items in the store, according
On Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 1:15 a.m.,
a 19-year-old employee said she was
cleaning, when a woman came in and
started an argument. The dispute allegedly
escalated when the woman
threw a wooden chair at the employee
and missed, causing damage
to the chair.
The woman also threw salt and
pepper shakers at the wall, breaking
them, and knocked over an iPad and
iPad holder, according to offi cials. She
then allegedly knocked over and broke
a table valued at $300.
There were no injuries reported
from the incident. Police said that the
woman, Danielle Patterson, was arrested
for attempted assault, a felony.
Homeless man knifed at E. River Park
BY ALEJANDRA O’CONNELL-DOMENECH
A homeless man was stabbed while sleeping in East River Park on Sunday,
Nov.3, authorities said.
According to police, the 28-year-old victim was resting on the stage
of the park’s amphitheater when an unknown man came up to him and stabbed
him twice in the left hip at roughly 8:15 p.m.
After the attack, the assailant fl ed westbound on Cherry Street, police said.
The victim was transported by EMS to Bellevue Hospital and is currently
still being treated for his puncture wounds.
Offi cers from the 7th Precinct were currently still searching for the assailant
as this story went live Monday morning.
Backpack taken from vehicle on Elizabeth
A man took a backpack out of an unsecured vehicle at 301 Elizabeth St. this
summer, police said.
On Monday, July 29, around 12:08 p.m., the thief allegedly took the backpack,
belonging to a 33-year-old man, from the vehicle’s front seat. The man
then fl ed on foot west on Elizabeth Street.
The items in the backpack included a credit card, $3,300 in American cash
and $350 in Euros.
The man wanted for grand larceny is described by police as Hispanic, bald,
and he was last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jean shorts and white sneakers.
at 42nd St. stop
A woman was groped in the subway
on Sunday, Sept. 22, according to police.
Around 7:10 a.m., a 22-year-old
woman was walking up the stairs inside
the subway station at 42nd Street
and Sixth Avenue, when a man allegedly
touched her backside.
The man fl ed the scene in an unknown
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