Strangers rob man’s home after night of partying

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Bad company

Two strangers robbed a man’s 83rd Street home when he invited them to his place after a night at a bar on April 4, cops said.

The victim stated his newly made friends came to his place between Bay Parkway and 23rd Avenue for a night cap. But he fell asleep with the two lowlifes still in his apartment and, when he woke up, his cellphone, clothes, and jewelry were gone, police reports state.

Sock and roll high school

A punk socked a school administrator at an 80th Street high school on April 3, according to authorities.

The victim told cops he asked the 16-year-old to take off his hat inside the school near 16th Avenue around 10:45 am and, when the kid didn’t comply, he confiscated it, police said.

The terrible teen blocked an exit and let a right hook fly when the disciplinarian tried to pass, catching the man in the temple, according to officials. The administrator was transported to Maimonides Hospital, police said.

Trouble at home

Cops cuffed a man who they say belted his wife for not cooking fast enough in their Bay 11th Street home on April 7.

The suspect was at his apartment between Cropsey and Independence avenues around 6:10 pm when he started berating his wife for not having his dinner ready, cops reported. The argument escalated and he took off his belt and smacked his wife with it before she called the cops, police reports indicate.

She’s a real pill

A fiend stole a man’s prescription meds from his Avenue O home on April 7, cops reported.

The victim told police he woke up and saw the lady looter fleeing from the bedroom window of his abode between McDonald Avenue and Dahill Road. The pill-happy scoundrel made off with 120 Oxycodone pills, 90 Opana pills, and 115 Roxycodone pills, as well as $680 in cash for a total haul of $2,780, according to law enforcement officials. Police say the victim’s mother has an order of protection against the thief.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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