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Clean house

A merciless burglar stole everything — from pets to a toaster, even! — from a Garnet Street apartment overnight on May 31.

The victim, 28, said she was away from 7 pm until 10:35 pm the following night and she did not know how the intruder got into her home, between Court and Smith streets.

But when she entered, she saw the thief took almost everything she owned — including her three cats, two parakeets, her Social Security card, an assortment of tools, a Nintendo video game system, her coffee machine, six plates, a set of bedroom sheets, her movie collection, a can opener and the toaster.

Hack attack

Police arrested one of two feuding livery cab drivers outside of Ikea in Red Hook on June 3 for hitting his rival with an unidentified “deadly object.”

Before the violence, there were heated words between the drivers, who were waiting to pickup fares at 6:45 pm on Beard Street.

The victim, 38, told police that the enraged driver, 47, then hit him in the arm with the unknown weapon. No meatballs were involved.

Bad trip

A burglar stole a small treasure of antique jewelry and pieces with sentimental value from a home on Congress Street while the resident vacationed between May 21 and 25.

The 76-year-old resident told police that she discovered someone purloined her diamond Movado watch, engagement ring, wedding band, five antique gold bracelet, three gold rope chains, three gold ankle bracelets, a gold ring, two lockets, a Cartier wedding band and one gold decorative fish when she returned to her home between Clinton and Henry streets at 5 pm.

Updated 5:13 pm, July 9, 2018
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