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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Lecherous lug

A thug abducted and raped a 57-year-old woman suffering from schizophrenia on Surf Avenue on Jan. 6, police reported.

The victim was near W. 33rd Street in Coney Island at 6 am when the monster grabbed her from behind and forced her into his car, police said. The man raped her and dropped her off at her home, handing her a $5 bill as she exited the car, a police report states.

The victim suffers from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and alcoholism, a police report states. Paramedics took the woman to Coney Island Hospital, but she refused treatment or a rape kit, police said.

She told police the man was a stranger and refused to describe him — but she did refer to the man as “Joe,” police said.

Party perv

Police arrested a 17-year-old man who they said raped another teenager at a house party on Corbin Place on Dec. 20.

The victim was at a party held between Oriental Boulevard and the waterfront in Brighton Beach at 9 pm went she into a closet with the suspect, police said. He tried to kiss her, but the victim said “no,” a police report states.

The victim told police the next thing she knew, the man had penetrated her against her will. The woman was intoxicated and said she could not recall what led up to the penetration, police said. The victim went to Coney Island Hospital two days later but refused medical attention and a rape kit.

Papers pinched

A sneak stole a man’s immigration documents, birth certificate, and computer from his Oceanview Avenue residence on Jan. 6.

The 58-year-old victim left his one-room apartment between Brighton First and Brighton Third streets in Brighton Beach at 10:30 am to go to work, but when he returned, the immigrant found that someone had kicked in his door and taken his paperwork, police said.

Cut in robbery

Three brutes beat and cut a man in an attempted robbery on W. 11th Street on Jan 5 — leaving the guy with injuries that required six stitches to the face.

The victim was between Avenues V and W in Gravesend at 11:18 pm when the trio told him to empty his pockets, police said. When the victim refused, the galoots started bashing him in the face, a police report states.

Then one man whipped out a blade and cut the victim twice on the face and once on the chest, law enforcement sources said. The victim didn’t give up his property, and the three cowards fled the scene before cops arrived, a police report states.

Paramedics took the man to Lutheran Medical Center for treatment, police said.

Robbed on errands

A bandit took $1,500 from a guy’s pocket near Coney Island Avenue on Jan. 10.

The victim was near Neptune Avenue in Brighton Beach at 2 pm on his way to a nearby money-transfer store when a man came up from behind, twisted the victim’s arm behind his back, and slipped the cash from his pocket, police said.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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