Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate
A rake robbed a kid of his phone twice on the corner of Avenue X and W. Eighth Street in Gravesend on May 11.
The victim was walking to school at 7 am when a teenage terror told him to empty his pockets, police said. The kid shelled out $8, but that wasn’t enough, so the cretin demanded his phone, a police report states. The kid forked that over, too, but his robber handed the mobile back and left, law enforcement sources said.
But the brigand changed his mind and came back for the cell, police said. After stealing the phone for the second time, the terror issued a strong warning, saying “I better not see you in this neighborhood again, and if you eat me out to anyone at Grady [an area high school], I’m going to f--- you up,” according to a police report.
A pair of punks robbed a guy at gunpoint in an Avenue W apartment on May 4.
The victim and the robbers were in the home near W. 11th Street at 8 pm when one of the two twerps pulled a black handgun on the victim and ordered him to the ground. The second bandit took the guy’s backpack, which contained $20, a cellphone, keys, and identification cards, police said.
The victim fears that the brutes will break into his home now that they have his keys and driver’s license, which lists his address, a police report states.
Police arrested a teen who they say socked a 79-year-old man on the Boardwalk for no apparent reason on May 13.
The victim was on the Boardwalk near W. 19th Street in Coney Island at 6 pm when the suspect approached and asked the septuagenarian if he had the time, police said. But when the senior looked at his watch, the kid clocked him and ran, a police report states.
A sneak stole $31,500 in equipment from a Brighton Beach Avenue medical facility on May 15.
The thief broke into the building between Coney Island Avenue and Brighton 11th Street in Brighton Beach after 6 pm and made off with a “neurotester,” biopsy equipment, and assorted electronics, a police report states.
A shady scoundrel cribbed $3,000 from a car in a Neptune Avenue auto glass repair garage on May 11.
The victim dropped his ride off at the service station between W. 15th and W. 16th streets in Coney Island at 9:30 am, but he neglected to grab his wad of cash from the glove compartment, police said. When the guy picked up his car, the dough was gone, a police report states.
— Max Jaeger