The victim was drinking at a club, when an unknown perp approached him and hit him in the face with a glass bottle, causing pain and swelling to his mouth area. He was immediately taken to Woodhull Hospital. No arrests have been made.
Victim was walking along Havemeyer Street when a perp approached and slashed his face open with a knife. The victim was also cut on his back. Apparently the victim is acquainted with the perp, though not on a first-name basis. The victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital, and no arrests have been made.
Victim went over to her daughter’s ex-boyfriend’s house to retrieve some of her daughter’s things. At one point, the ex-boyfriend threw a lamp at the victim’s knee causing pain and swelling. The perp then threatened to shoot the victim and her family. No arrests have been made.
S. 10th Street
During a verbal dispute, the perp struck the victim across the right side of her neck with an open hand, causing pain and swelling. Victim also claims that two weeks prior, the perp had grabbed her and tried to strangle her. The perp also threw a small trash can at the victim, which struck her legs and caused pain. No arrests have been made.
Unknown perps entered the premises of a business and stole a $3,000 motor and a $500 water pump. The perps cut the fence to gain entry, then broke the door down—a hammer was found at the scene. No arrests have been made.
Victim left her apartment on 11/24 and returned on 11/28. Upon returning home, the victim noticed unknown persons had entered her apartment and stolen two laptops, collectively worth $3,000. No arrests have been made.
The victim left his location on Lee Avenue, and upon return noticed a hole in the wall in the rear of the building, on the second floor. Upon further investigation, he discovered two filing cabinets in disarray. Though the victims usually keep a stash of cash in the cabinets, they had removed it before the incident. No arrests have been made.
Unknown perps tried to enter a residence through the roof, where they cut a hole and attempted to climb down into the building. Due to a metal beam, their plan of entry was foiled. The incident was caught on camera. The perps also tried to break into an adjacent building last month. No arrests have been made.
Victim walked out of his place of business to buy breakfast. When he returned five minutes later, the victim noticed that the door was open, and the lock had been damaged. When he went inside, he noticed $1,424 missing from the cash register. No arrests have been made.
Victim states that the front door to her building was unlocked, and unknown perps entered the premises. Once inside, they stole a baby stroller, among other items. No arrests have been made.
Victim states that perps withdrew $1,056.75 from his account without permission. His nephew was the last one who had access to the debit card. No arrests have been made.
Broadway and Hewes Street
At approximately 5am, the victim asked the perp for directions in the Canal Street Station in Manhattan, while both were waiting for the Brooklyn-bound J-train. The victim and the perp boarded the train, and sat in the same car. When the train pulled into the Hewes Street station, the perp jumped up from his seat, grabbed the victim’s purse and fled out of the station. There were no cameras at the station, and no arrests have been made.
Unknown perps stole the victim’s pocket book. Despite the fact that her bag was bundled up with several other bags and jackets, her purse was the only one missing. No arrests have been made.
Victim picked up a food cart from the storage facility and left it in front of the warehouse. Upon returning to the location, victim realized that the cart—which is worth approximately $3,000—had been stolen. No arrests have been made.
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Union Avenue and S. 3rd Street
Victim parked her car at above location. Upon returning, she realized that her 2000 Grey Hundai was missing. No broken glass was found at the scene, and no arrests have been made.
Victim parked his car, and upon returning he realized that his 2008 Toyota Sequoia Truck was missing. No broken glass was discovered at the scene, and no arrests have been made.
Rutledge Street and Lee Avenue to Bedford Avenue
The perp and the victim—who are relative strangers—got into a verbal dispute. The perp then struck the victim several times. During the fight, the victim’s glasses fell off, and were immediately picked up by the perp, who then fled on foot. The perp was arrested.
Victim was driving the B61 bus when he honked the horn at a double-parked vehicle. The owner of the vehicle then began banging on the door, and forced his way onto the bus. The perp then punched the bus driver in the chest. The perp was arrested.
Manhattan and Greenpoint Avenues
Victim had a verbal argument with a perp. After a while, the perp went into an unknown car and retrieved a black baseball bat. He began swinging the bat at the victim, and struck him in the head, causing bleeding and swelling. The victim was immediately taken to Woodhull Hospital, and the perp was arrested.
When the victim returned home, she discovered her laptop and assorted jewelry missing from her apartment. The neighbors claim they saw an unknown male leaving the location. He is approximately six feet tall, Hispanic, and has a mustache. No arrests have been made.
Victim states that unknown persons entered the apartment through the rear door that leads into the backyard. The door was left unlocked, and leads into the basement bedrooms. A camcorder, laptop, camera and MP3 were reported missing. No arrests have been made.
Richardson Street and Lorimer
Victim states that an unknown male grabbed him by the sweater. His property then fell out of his pockets, and the perp grabbed his wallet, credit cards, car keys and jewelry. No arrests have been made.
Victim last used her debit card at Starbucks. Upon her arrival to her father’s house, she realized her card was missing. When she checked her balance, she discovered that $1,086.29 was charged to her account. No arrests have been made.
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Victim parked her car on Greenpoint Avenue. Upon returning, she discovered that her 2001 Mercury Sable was missing.
Victim’s girlfriend parked his car on Nassau Avenue. When he returned, he discovered that his 2009 Ford Van was missing. No arrests have been made.
Victim parked his car on Calyer Street. When he returned to his parking spot, he discovered that his 2002 Acura was missing. No broken glass was found at the scene, and no arrests have been made.