Meathead swipes sausage from Court St. deli

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Mince pinch

A meathead swiped five packages of sausage from a Court Street deli on Nov. 6, police said.

The 6-foot-3 baddie took the packs of Smithfield Applegate sausage from the deli near Amity Street in time for dinner at 3:44 pm, police said. The store’s security camera captured the crime, according to authorities.


A good-for-nothing scratched a woman’s luxury car parked on W. Ninth Street sometime between Nov. 6 and 7, police said.

The woman told police she left her ride near Columbia Street at 11 am on Nov. 6, and when she returned at 8 am the next day, the entire driver’s side of her 2015 BMW was all scratched up, according to authorities.

Winged it

Cops cuffed a 30-year-old guy for swiping three packs of energy drinks from a store on Court Street on Nov. 7.

The suspect took the Red Bulls from the store near Pacific Street at 12:45 pm, according to authorities.

Swiped in school

Some delinquent swiped a kid’s phone from his backpack inside a school on Baltic Street on Nov. 2, police said.

The 9-year-old victim was about to leave the school’s auditorium between Court and Smith streets at about 2:30 pm when he realized a sneak took his iPhone 5 out of his bag, police said.

The phone’s locator app showed it was on Schenectady Avenue, according to authorities.


Police are searching for a guy who assaulted a woman and smashed her phone on the ground on Smith Street on Nov. 2.

The woman told cops she was walking near Nelson Street a little before 9 pm when the malefactor approached her from behind, put his arm around her neck, and grabbed her phone from her pocket.

The jerk threw her iPhone onto the ground, cracking its screen, and fled toward Court Street, police said.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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