Dad attacks and robs daughter

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94th Precinct


Bad dad

A meanie attacked and robbed his daughter on Sutton Street on Nov. 11, cops reported.

The victim said she was between Nassau and Norman avenues at 9 am when her fiendish father approached and demanded cash.

When the 30-year-old refused, the scoundrel pushed her, punched her, and grabbed her purse, which contained her cash and cigarettes, police said.

The victim related where officers could find her dastardly dad, but they have not yet cuffed him, a report states.

Phone it in

Officers arrested a man after they say he chased down a teenager and tried to steal his phone on Dupont Avenue on Nov. 16.

The 17-year-old victim said he was walking with a friend near Franklin Street at 2:10 am when the suspect ran up and asked for help. The accused then tried to snatch the mobile device out of the victim’s hand, cops reported.

“Give me that phone. That is mine,” the accused allegedly said.

The victim fled and called 911 as the suspect chased him, law enforcement officials recounted. Police showed up, cuffed the man, and charged the man with robbery.

Everything but the kitchen sink

Cops cuffed a woman who they say attacked a man in a Box Street hotel room with a brick, a tea kettle, and a remote control on Nov. 11.

The 29-year-old victim said he was in his room at the hotel between Manhattan Avenue and McGuinness Boulevard at 6 am when the lady he was staying with suddenly started yelling at him and throwing things.

She threw the small arsenal of items at him, and stabbed him with a knife, per the authorities. The victim suffered a number of injuries, including cuts to his fingers and arms, and a bump on the back of his head, cops said.

Tire iron in the fire

A brute attacked a man with a tire iron as he was sitting in his car on Nassau Avenue on Nov. 15, officers stated.

The victim said that he was sitting in his car near Jewel Street at 4 am when the tough suddenly ran towards him with the tool in his hands.

The victim got out of his vehicle and the lowlife bashed him in the back of his head, cops said.

Destructive behavior

Someone ran off with a laptop from a N. Seventh Street construction site on Nov. 10, officers stated.

The victim said that he left a laptop on the desk of his workspace at the site between Havemeyer and Roebling streets at 10:50 am. When he came back at 11:30 am, the computer was gone, cops said. Several people have access to the construction site, according to the victim.

— Danielle Furfaro

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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