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94th Precinct

Greenpoint–Northside

Dirty move

Cops cuffed a woman who they said threw bleach at a man’s face, injuring his eyes, on Clay Street in broad daylight on June 17.

The victim told police that he was arguing with a woman near Manhattan Avenue at 11:15 am when she suddenly threw bleach in his eyes. Emergency personnel took the man to Woodhall Medical Center for treatment. Cops charged the woman with assault.

Drink me

A scheming broad accompanied a man back to his Meeker Avenue hotel room on June 20, insisted he drink a strange substance, and then stole his watch.

The victim told police that he took the lady to his hotel room near McGuinness Boulevard at 5:30 am. The woman insisted that he drink a mystery potion along with his booze and he accepted it, the police report states. He passed out and woke up later to find his watch gone, he told cops.

Back shooter

Someone shot a teen in the back in what appeared to be a random attack on Jackson Street on June 17.

The victim told police that he was near Kingsland Avenue at 5:30 pm when someone suddenly shot him in the back. Emergency personnel took the victim to Woodhall Hospital. Cops are checking surveillance cameras at the scene for clues.

Shelter conflict

A man was arrested for attacking another man at a Clay Street men’s shelter on June 18, cops reported.

The victim told police that he was at the shelter near McGuinness Boulevard at 10:45 pm when he got into an argument with another tenant. The alleged aggressor hit the victim several times with his cane, said cops, who charged the man with assault.

— Danielle Furfaro

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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