Fiends kick and rob man on Neptune Avenue

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Vicious beating

Ten goons mugged a man at the intersection of Neptune Avenue and Ocean Parkway on Nov. 22, said police.

The man told officers that he was walking on Ocean Parkway at 3:30 pm when 10 ruffians approached him, knocked him down, and began kicking him in the rear. The man overheard one of the brutes call him a “f-----,” but the man does not believe he was a victim of a hate crime, said cops.

The baddies swiped the man’s wallet during the beat down, officials reported.

Shot fired

A miscreant attempted to gun down a man on W. 15th Street on Nov. 23, said police.

The two men got into a verbal dispute between Neptune and Mermaid avenues at 11 pm, when the villain pulled out a handgun and fired one shot toward the man, authorities stated.

The man was not injured, said police.

Cash grab

A cad mugged a woman in a building lobby on Ocean Parkway on Nov. 26, said police.

The woman told law enforcement that she was waiting in the lobby of her work place between Neptune and West avenues at 8:35 am when the baddie charged at her, tore her jacket, and grabbed her cash and credit cards.

The good-for-nothing fled on foot with the goods, said cops.

Bash and run

Police arrested a man who they say threw a glass bottle at a woman in a Brighton Beach Avenue coffee store on Nov. 27.

The man entered the chain store between Brighton Seventh Street and Coney Island Avenue at 2:26 am and threw the bottle at the woman’s lower back, said police. The blow caused bruising and pain, said officers.

Police on the scene arrested the man, according to a report.

— Caroline Spivack

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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