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NYPD: Suspect threatens, robs man

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69th Precinct

Canarsie

Swiped

A 43-year-old man was arrested for threatening a man and stealing his cellphone on Rockaway Parkway on May 25, according to police.

The victim told police he was between Avenue N and Seaview Avenue at 11 am when the suspect said, “I’m gonna take care of you. You gonna be sorry, you gonna get hurt.”

The suspect then allegedly snatched the victim’s cellphone right out of his hands, jumped in a car, and sped away.

Bad son

Police say a 27-year-old man threatened and assaulted his mother at her home on E. 83rd Street on May 27.

The victim told police she was in her abode between Avenues L and M at 5:28 pm when her son threatened with a knife and said, “You need to watch what the f--- you are doing. I am going to punch you in the face and blow up your house!”

She told police her son also shoved her and hit her in the eye.

Silence of the lambs

A 44-year-old woman was arrested on E. 96th Street on May 25, according to police, for chomping on another women.

The victim told police she was between Avenue N and Seaview Avenue at 3:50 pm when the suspect gnawed on her arm.

The victim received medical treatment at a nearby hospital.

— Kelly Haight

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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