A posse of villains slashed a guy
and beat him up on Furman Street
on May 2.
The victim told police that, near
Brooklyn Bridge Park at Doughty
Street just before 6:30 pm, the criminal
crew rolled up in a car and
started harassing him.
They punched him several times
and one of the knaves pulled out a
blade and cut his hand, before the
reprobates fl ed toward Atlantic Avenue,
according to police repots.
No love lost
A menacing jerk ambushed his
ex-girlfriend on Nassau Street on
The victim told cops that, near
Gold Street at 6 pm, her former beau
punched her in the face and dragged
her by her purse, before taking $210
in cash and her smart watch, breaking
her phone, and fl eeing in a ridehail
car to Crown Heights.
A pickpocket snatched a woman’s
phone on the F train near Bergen
Street on April 27.
The victim told police that, on the
Coney Island-bound train just after
1:30 pm, the sneak reached down
and fi lched her cellphone and fl ed
into the station near Smith Street.
A scammer defrauded a Jay
Street senior out of more than
$10,000 by pretending to work for
Amazon on April 26.
The victim, 67, told police that
the charlatan called her at her home
near Front Street claiming to work
for the e-tail giant, and convinced
her to download an app allowing
the shyster to remotely access her
He then took $10,512 from her
checking account, which she froze
afterward, according to police.
FORT GREENE-CLINTON HILL
What a drag!
Police arrested one man they say
stole a woman’s car while she tried
to hold onto the door on Myrtle Avenue
on May 1.
The victim told police that, near
Clermont Avenue at 8 pm, she left
her car with her engine running,
when the suspect and another perpetrator
allegedly got in and tried to
She tried to stop them by holding
onto the front passenger door but
the man still on the loose pushed
her off while the car was moving,
8 COURIER LIFE, MAY 7-13, 2021
Driver mows down school
bus driver in graphic vid
The driver of this SUV aims his vehicle at a school bus operator moments before
running her over on Linden Boulevard on April 30. NYPD
according to the authorities.
Cops found the stolen car a few
blocks away at Stanford Street just
before 8:30 and arrested the 18-yearold
man on felony robbery charges,
according to police reports.
Trying to help
A villain stabbed a guy for trying
to break up a fi ght on S. Portland
Avenue on April 26.
The victim told police that, between
Hanson Place and Fulton
Street at 2:50 pm, he saw the criminal
argue with another person and
when he tried to diffuse their warof
words, one of them suddenly
knifed him in the stomach and they
both bolted toward Fulton Street.
The ailing victim drove himself
to Methodist Hospital for his nonlife
threatening wounds, according
to police reports.
Fell off a truck!
A criminals looted a truck on
Willoughby Street on April 26.
The victim told cops that, at Ashland
Place between 7 am-3:30 pm,
he left his van parked and when he
came back, he noticed someone had
taken more than $5,000-worth of
tools from his boot.
Spade of crime
A shovel-carrying marauder
burglarized a Park Avenue garage
on the night of April 30.
The victim told police that at
Hall Street between 5:15 pm and
7:30 am the next morning, the purloiner
used the spade to bust open
the door and took $160 in cash and
He left his own digging device at
the scene, cops said.
Front-seat fi lcher
Some crook took a woman’s laptop
from her car at Ryerson Street
on April 30.
The victim told police that she
left her car parked and locked near
Flushing Avenue from 12:30 pm-4
pm, and when she came back she
found that someone had nabbed her
computer and E-ZPass.
A nogoodnik emptied a man’s
Grand Avenue storage locker sometime
between October 30 and May 1.
The victim told police that during
that time, the raider took jewelry,
a tablet, and an external hard
drive worth a total of almost $2,000
from the facility near Park Avenue.
A thief stole a bunch of camera
equipment and electronics from a
man’s Grand Avenue storage locker
between Dec. 1 and May 1.
The victim told cops that, while
he was out of the country, the pilferer
took more than $4,500-worth
of gear from the facility.
— Kevin Duggan
CONEY ISLAND—BRIGHTON BEACH—
A brute hit a woman with a
broomstick when she knocked on
the door of the wrong W. 23rd Street
apartment on April 30.
Police said the victim sustained
minor injuries from the attack at
the apartment building between
Neptune and Mermaid avenues
around 3:29 am when looking for
A savage hit a man sitting on an
Ocean Parkway bench with a bike
lock several times on May 2.
Police said the victim suffered
an injury to his head from the attack
between Neptune and Ocean
View avenues around 2:25 am.
Bruisers stabbed a man attempting
to buy drugs at a W. 23rd Street
public housing complex on April 28.
The victim told police the brigands
stole his clothing at the residences between
Mermaid and Surf avenues and
stabbed him multiple times around 8
am before running home.
BY ROBERT POZARYCKI
Disturbing video that the
NYPD released Saturday shows
an enraged hit-and-run driver
running over a school bus operator
on a Brooklyn street on Friday
The victim in the brazen attack,
a 44-year-old woman, suffered
severe body trauma in the
vehicular attack, which took
place at about 5:15 pm on April 30
at the corner of Hinsdale Street
and Linden Boulevard in New
The video shows the school
bus stopped at a light on the eastbound
service lanes of Linden
Boulevard with the suspect and
his vehicle, a 2020 gray Subaru
CTK, directly behind it. The perpetrator
gets out of the SUV and
walks to the front of the school
bus, apparently to confront the
Seconds later, the video cuts
to the school bus operator standing
on the median of Linden Boulevard
and talking with the suspect,
who had returned to the
Subaru CTK. Seconds later, the
Subaru driver turns to the left
and drives right over the median,
striking the victim.
The video shows the suspect
driving his car right over the victim,
leaving her lying on the Linden
Boulevard pavement, before
turning southbound on Hinsdale
Street and fl eeing the scene.