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Status problem

A punk slashed a 22-year-old in the face during an April 17 brawl inside Club Status on Atlantic Avenue.

The victim was inside the club between Underhill and Vanderbilt avenues at 11 pm when a fight broke out. He was wounded during the fight and rushed to Kings County Hospital in East Flatbush with deep cuts to his cheek and ear.

This is the second time this year that violence broke out at Club Status. Five men were hospitalized on Feb. 6 after a fight inside the club spilled onto Underhill Avenue. Two men were stabbed — one in the groin — during that 4:25 am encounter.

GPS gone

A thief broke into a car near the corner of Eastern Parkway and Washington Avenue on April 11, taking a navigation system, a digital camera and a portable DVD player.

The theft took place sometime after 6:30 pm.

Bus bilk

A thief snaked his hand into a woman’s purse as she rode a city bus past Flatbush Avenue and Park Place on April 16.

The 21-year-old victim was on the bus at 2:06 pm when the thief brushed against her and swiped her wallet.

Cutting threats

A 55-year-old goon threatened a motorist with a knife following an April 13 car accident at the corner of Sixth and Flatbush avenues.

The victim struck the stranger’s vehicle with his car at 9 am, causing some minor damage.

But instead of exchanging insurance information, the thug pulled a knife, threatened to stab his opponent, then sped off.

— Thomas Tracy

Updated 5:23 pm, July 9, 2018
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