Villain attacks woman for iPhone

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77th Precinct

Prospect Heights


A thug attacked a woman and stole her cellphone on Pacific Street on March 7.

The 24-year-old woman told cops that she was listening to music between Washington and Grand avenues at 9:21 pm when a man approached her from behind, put his arm around her neck, and demanded her iPhone while punching her.

Bodega bash

A jerk broke the glass window of a bodega on Vanderbilt Avenue on March 7.

Cops say the vandal smashed the glass of the store at St. Marks Avenue at 10 pm.


A crook stole a woman’s cellphone on Sterling Place on March 6.

The 43-year-old victim told cops that she was talking on her phone near Washington Avenue at 5:30 pm when the thug grabbed her iPhone and fled.

Window why?

A jerk broke the window of a woman’s car on Underhill Avenue on March 6.

The 37-year-old victim told cops that she left her car between Dean and Bergen streets at 6:50 am, and returned at 9 pm to find her rear passenger-side window broken.

Cafeteria clash

A gang of children beat up another child at PS 22 on St. Marks Avenue on March 6.

The 8-year-old victim told cops that the four kids kicked and beat him in the cafeteria of the school between Classon and Grand avenues at 1 pm.

— Eli Rosenberg

Updated 5:31 pm, July 9, 2018
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