Brute chokes woman for iPhone

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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown


A horrible ruffian put his hands around a 21-year-old woman’s throat and stole her iPhone on Cadman Plaza West on June 15, police claim.

Cops say the woman was near Clark Street at 5 am, when the thief pressed her against the wall, giving her bruises, and took off with her phone.

Glovebox is a battlefield

Someone stole a wallet from a locked car parked on Washington Street on June 13, police said.

The owner left the car near York Street at 8 am, with the billfold in the glovebox, and returned later to find a window smashed and the wallet gone, reported police.

Different kind of bank robbery

A thief looted seven laptops from a bank on Montague Street at some point between April 17 and May 29, police said.

Cops said the computers were stored in an Information Technology room at the building near Cadman Plaza West.

— Jaime Lutz

Updated 10:12 pm, July 9, 2018
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