A cat burglar ripped off a school
on Hanover Place on Nov. 1, according
to the NYPD.
The vagrant snuck into the
school near Bond Street through
an unlocked window sometime between
3:30 and 6:30 am, and made
off with a iPad and a MacBook Air.
Sneak thieves made off with
thousands of dollars of property
from an apartment on Livingston
Street on Nov. 5, cops say.
According to the report, the burglars
gained access to the apartment
near Court Street sometime
between 11 am and 4 pm, and made
off with electronics including a
drone, a camera lens, and a camera,
totaling over $6,000.
What a tool!
A handy thief ripped off a construction
site on State Street on
Nov. 3, according to police.
According to the report, the burglar
broke a lock to enter the site
near Nevins Street around 8:00 pm
and made off with $9,900 worth of
— Ben Verde
FORT GREENE–CLINTON HILL
Breaking up and in
Someone’s rogue ex-girlfriend
threatened him with a knife and
stole his television from his Fleet
Walk apartment on Nov. 2.
The victim told police the fi lching
former fl ame was in the apartment
near Navy Street at about 2pm
when she asked him for $10. When
the victim said no, she pulled a knife
and threatened him with it, and he
ran outside. When he returned a few
minutes later, she was gone – and so
was his TV. Police found the knife,
but saw no sign of the ex girlfriend
when they searched the area.
You have the time?
Three thieves tricked a man and
stole his pricey watch on Waverly
Avenue on Nov. 3.
Police said the victim was out
late at a party and was invited by
three men and a woman to an afterparty
near Fulton Avenue at about 4
am. When they arrived at the apartment,
the three men allegedly who
had invited him attacked him, injuring
his head and face, and stole
his $185,000 Patek Phillipe watch.
Two of the alleged weasels were
later arrested on existing complaints.
COURIER LIFE, N 8 OVEMBER 12-18, 2021
Cops investigate earlymorning
shooting in BK
Offi cers at the scene of a shooting at the corner of Watkins Street and Belmont
Avenue in Brownsville on Nov. 8. Photo by Lloyd Mitchell
Candy store stealers
A platoon of pilferers allegedly
attacked an employee and stole
money and goods from a Fulton
Street candy store on Nov. 3.
The victim told police the thieves
entered the store between Fort
Green Place and St. Felix Street at
about 3pm and one of them punched
him hard in the shoulder before the
group stole cash, candy boxes, and
Juul vape pens before running away
down Fulton Street.
Offi cers later found and arrested
the four fi lchers.
Three men robbed a straphanger
on a northbound C train on Nov. 4.
Police said the trio of rustlers entered
the train at the Clinton-Washington
station at about 8pm and immediately
approached him, saying
“Give me everything you have.”
One of the men took out an object
covered with a red handkerchief
and pointed it at the man’s head
while the other two went through
his pockets. When he fought back,
the victim said the thief holding the
covered object hit him in the head
with it. The victim got off the train
when it stopped at Lafayette, but
the three jerks stayed on and rode
A construction worker was
nearly stabbed in the leg while
working on scaffolding outside an
apartment on Fleet Walk on Nov. 4.
Police said the victim was working
on the outside of the building on
scaffolding at around 9am when a
tenant opened their window, yelled
at him, and tried to stab him in the
leg with a kitchen knife. The worker
was unharmed and called police.
— Kirstyn Brendlen
CONEY ISLAND—BATH BEACH
No good deed…
A crooked couple hit a man with
a metal pole on the Riegelmann
Boardwalk West causing damage to
his eye on Nov. 4.
The victim told police he was
feeding people experiencing homelessness
at the intersection of W.
19th Street when the couple attacked
home around 12:30 pm and stole his
cellphone and charger.
A brigand mugged a women of
$254 on W. 24th Street when she was
scootering on Nov. 1.
The victim told police the bruiser
punched her in the face when she
rode up near him between Mermaid
and Surf avenues around 4 pm before
running off with the money.
A thief stole a man’s cellphone
when asking for direction on W.
19th Street on Nov. 4.
The victim told police the bandit
fl ashed a handgun when asking
for directions between Neptune and
Mermaid avenues around 3:15 pm
and ran off.
A creep approached a women on
the southbound D-train around 86th
street and tackled her on Oct. 31.
The victim told police the bully
said she should be a “sword swallower”
before attacking her near
the intersection of 20th Avenue onto
the fl oor around 5:40 am before the
victim could escape.
A duo of divas attacked a
woman on the B1 bus at 86th
Street on Nov. 5.
The savages stole her purse and
got off at the intersection of 20th Avenue
around 6:10 pm after punching
her several times.
BY ROBERT POZARYCKI
Detectives in Brooklyn are investigating
a shooting on Monday
morning that left a 36-year-old
man seriously injured.
Law enforcement sources said
the victim was shot in the stomach
at the corner of Watkins Street and
Belmont Avenue in Brownsville at
about 6:20 a.m. on Nov. 8.
EMS rushed the victim to
Brookdale University Hospital,
where he’s listed in stable condition.
At this early point in the investigation,
police have yet to determine
a possible motive for the
shooting, or a description of the
Sources familiar with the investigation
said the victim has
been uncooperative with detectives
trying to piece the case together.
No arrests have been made,
and anyone with information regarding
the shooting is encouraged
to call Crime Stoppers at
800-577-TIPS (for Spanish, dial
888-57-PISTA). You can also submit
tips online at crimestoppers.
nypdonline.org, or on Twitter @
NYPDTips. All calls and messages
are kept confi dential.