Driver clips cyclist on Washington Avenue — and drives away

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77th Precinct

Prospect Heights

Bike clip

A jerk driver clipped a cyclist on Washington Avenue on Feb. 8.

The victim told cops that she was pedaling north near St. Marks Avenue at 8 am when a white Honda turned left and struck her, before driving off.

School swiped

A school bus hit a parked car on Underhill Avenue on Feb. 8 — and then sped away.

A witness told cops that the bus collided with a parked vehicle near Lincoln Place at 4:30 pm.


Two jerks robbed two women on Vanderbilt Avenue on Feb. 13.

The women told cops that they were leaving the bar near Bergen Street at 4:20 am when two men came up behind them and struck them both in the face. The dangerous duo ran off with one of the victim’s wallet.

Cashed out

A crook stole hundreds of dollars from a woman at a Flatbush Avenue ATM on Feb. 8.

The victim told cops that she was withdrawing cash from a Chase bank near Eighth Avenue at 1:25 pm when her child dropped something. While bending over to pick it up, someone made off the $420 she got from the machine.

Diner ditch

Three freeloaders ditched their bill at a burrito joint on Flatbush Avenue on Feb. 11.

Workers at Burrito Bar told cops that the three jerks came in to the shop between Prospect Place and Seventh Avenue at 11 pm and enjoyed dinner and drinks. When it came time to pay for their feast an hour later, the diners ditched the $131 tab and fled.


Cops say three teens beat up a girl on Prospect Place on Feb. 8.

The young victim told police that she was near Grand Avenue when the three jumped her, punching and kicking her, and leaving her with injuries that required treatment at a hospital. Cops said they arrested three teenagers.

— Eli Rosenberg

Updated 5:30 pm, July 9, 2018
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