A father-and-son team laid into two teens with a baseball bat and a bike lock on Bay Parkway near Benson Avenue in Bath Beach on July 14, cops stated.
The 19- and 44-year-old tag team beat on the 15- and 18-year-old victims hard enough to leave cuts and bruises during the 4:10 pm foray, police said. The victims, listed in the report as the aggressors’ “friends,” were taken to Lutheran Medical Center, a report states.
Police arrested two men after one allegedly smacked another in the face with a brick when a dispute on W. Sixth Street took a nasty turn on July 12.
The pair got into it on the street between Avenues U and T in Gravesend at 10:07 pm that Saturday night, and when one man threw a brick, the second bit back, gnawing on the block-flinger’s finger, officers said.
A prowler stole $30,000 worth of copper wire from a generator that served a nursing home on Cropsey Avenue on July 13.
The thief showed up at the home between Bayview Place and 24th Avenue at 5:30 pm, stole the wires, and bolted, according to cops.
An apparently famished fraudster stole a Quentin Road woman’s identity and racked up $1,325.11 in charges on the online food-ordering service GrubHub between March 4 and July 7, officers stated. The woman, who lives near W. Fifth Street, said she had not lost the debit card the scoundrel used to pay for the meals.
Burglars broke through the front doors of three Bath Beach residences on July 10, according to reports.
• The first incident went down at 8:15 am on Cropsey Avenue near Bay 26th Street, when an unknown burglar busted down the front door and stole jewelry and a purse, police said.
• Later that day, at 2:30 pm, a burglar broke the lock on the front door of a home on Bay 26th Street near Bath Avenue, removing $1,000 in cash, an NYPD report says.
• At 6:30 pm, a bandit had a brush with a victim when two people coming home to their apartment at 21st Avenue between Benson and Bath avenues saw a shady character leaving the building with a duffel bag and a glove on one hand, according to law enforcement officials. The victim said she noticed that her tablet computer had vanished from her apartment just after the lowlife left.
— Max Jaeger