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About a boy

A lady threw a glass at her friend during a dispute over a man in a Myrtle Avenue bar on Jan. 4.

The women were chatting at Anima between Waverly and Washington avenues at around 9 pm when their discussion over a man became heated, and one of the friends hurled the drink at her 51-year-old now-former pal.

The glass cut the victim over the eye, sending her to Brooklyn Hospital for further treatment.

Bad repairmen

Repairmen are suspected of stealing electronics from a Clifton Place apartment on Jan. 5.

The irate tenant told cops that she had left the workers unattended in her apartment, which is between Classon and Grand avenues, at around 12:30 pm. But when she came back three hours later, her Apple gear gone.

She suspects the workers, but cops noticed that the door of the apartment had been tampered with — a piece of evidence you don’t usually see in a classic repairman scam.

Gone in 60 mins

A thief jacked an SUV that had been parked on Clinton Avenue on New Year’s Day.

The owner of the 2002 Trailblazer told cops that he parked the gas guzzler between Myrtle and Willoughby avenues at around 5:30 pm. But when he returned an hour later, his not-so-sweet ride was gone.

Updated 5:45 pm, January 13, 2010
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Reasonable discourse

Joey from Clinton Hills says:
Phew, only three crimes were committed last week in the neighborhood. Must have been the cold weather.
Jan. 11, 2010, 3:29 pm
Belinda from South Slope says:
See, men are the cause of the problems. We women would never hurt each other if it weren't for a filthy man. Yuck. Boys keep away from us girls, we are fine! We don't like them, we don't need them. Womyn only.
Jan. 13, 2010, 6:01 am

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