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Cops: Suspect strikes man with metal rod, demands oral sex from woman in two separate instances

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Pole dancer

Authorities netted a suspect who they claim committed two crimes on 86th Street — battering a man with a metal rod on Oct. 2 and demanding oral sex from a woman at knifepoint on Oct. 4.

The first victim said he was near 20th Avenue at 2 am when he got into a verbal dispute with the accused, and the suspect pulled out a metal pole and struck him about the body.

The second victim said the defendant came up to her at the same location at 3:23 am on Oct. 4 and brandished a blade at her.

“Come over here, get on your knees b----, suck my d---!” the suspect allegedly said.

The victim got away without performing any lewd acts, but the threat caused her to fear for her life.

Chain gang

Cops cuffed a man who they say was an accomplice in a stick-up for a necklace on 86th Street on Oct. 4.

The victim said he was near Bay 26th Street at 9:10 pm when the accused and another man forced him against a wall and ripped the chain from around his neck.

— Will Bredderman

Updated 10:15 pm, July 9, 2018
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