Noise complaint

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Noise nightmare

A 72-year-old woman’s complaints about a noisy neighbor were answered by the neighbor’s boyfriend, who jumped and choked the senior until she shut up on Feb. 28.

The woman, a resident of 84th Street between Seventh and 10th avenues, told police that after a particularly noisy night, she knocked on her neighbor’s door at 10 am to ask her to quiet down.

The boyfriend answered the door and attacked the senior after a short exchange, pushing her to the floor and choking her, causing slight injuries.

Vacation grab

A return from a month-long vacation ended on a sour note for a Colonial Road woman on Feb. 25, when she returned to her home near 68th Street to find that her laptop computer and $500 had been taken.

Updated 5:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

raven from flatbush junction says:
help my neighborhood is Sooooooooo Noisy!! East 32nd Avenue H. New york Ave, Glenwood Road. :(
The Summer is HELL! if you want to keep your windows open for a breeze and watch T>V> you must turn your T.V. up to the highest just to hear it
Every private house has speaker in their backyard having parties from 9:am on to the next daylight.
Sometimes there will be one house with people from Guyana playing music in their yard and another house with people from trinidad playing music in their yard and yet another house (from ?) playing music in their yard ALL AT THE SAME TIME!!! i am not kidding. tHEN THEREI IS THE ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION....People carve out basement apts to all day and night man has a car shop in his back yard!! he fixes cars ( nosiy) There is a Club NOCturnal that has fighting men spilling out at night shooting never know when that going to happen ! running in your much
forget about taking a nap in the daytime...just forget it:(
LORD help us!!!
May 30, 2011, 6:31 pm

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