The owner of a delivery service is accusing one of his employees of defecating in his truck and robbing the business of hundreds of dollars.
The manager at the business, which is located at 121 Morgan Avenue, realized on October 1 that one of the employees had not returned to work that day and wasn’t picking up phone calls or replying to texts.
The day before that, this same employee had used one of the business’ trucks to make several deliveries.
Drivers were asked to store money received from deliveries on any particular day in a safety box located in the truck.
When the manager was finally able to get the truck opened the following morning, he discovered there were feces and urine on the floor of the truck.
In addition, over $800 was missing from the safety deposit box. The employee had also stolen the company credit card and the truck’s GPS system.
A 25-year-old man was attacked without an apparent motive in the early hours of October 2 behind 60 Moore Street in Bushwick.
The victim said he was walking along the Moore Street just after 2:00 a.m. when he was approached by two unknown men from behind.
One of the two used an unknown object and slashed the victim in the neck.
The other perp had a handgun bolstered to his waist. This man punched the victim in the face.
Both then left the scene.
The victim was treated for his wounds at Woodhull Hospital and released the same day.
Robbed at Gunpoint
A 39-year-old man was robbed on night of October 2, while walking along Bushwick Avenue.
The victim said he exited a store at 413 Bushwick at 9:50 p.m.
As he walked away from the store he observed a group of six men standing close by.
One of the men walked away from the group, approached the victim from behind, and placed a silver firearm against his waist, and demanded the victim hand over his property.
The victim handed over some cash, but the perp wasn’t convinced so he rifled through his pockets and pulled out $97 in total.
The victim then fled into a nearby building.
Robbed at Knifepoint
A 25-year-old man was robbed at knifepoint on night of October 3.
The victim was waiting at the Williamsburg bus terminal at the intersection of Broadway and Havemeyer Street.
Just after 11 p.m., two men walked up to him. One displayed a knife and demanded the victim hand over all his property.
The other perp went through the victim’s pockets and grabbed his ID, wallet, and $200 in cash.
Both perps then fled.