Police: Man raped woman at gunpoint

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Sexual assault

A dirtbag raped a woman at gunpoint on W. 24th Street on Dec. 12, said police.

The fiend approached the woman between Mermaid and Surf avenues at 3:45 pm and threatened her with a handgun, the woman told police. The slimeball stated, “You’re coming with me,” and forced the woman into a nearby apartment where he forced her to strip and took photos of her before forcing himself on her, according to a police report.

Police impersonator

An impostor flashed a police badge and demanded drugs from a man on W. 11th Street on Dec. 17, authorities said.

The man told police the baddie approached him between Avenues X and V at 8:20 pm. The crook searched him and asked, “Where the drugs at?,” according to a police report. The ruffian proceeded to remove the man’s cellphone, smashed it against the sidewalk, and tossed it into a sewer, officials said.

The man fled in an unknown direction, said police.

Brutal beating

A bruiser bludgeoned a man with an unknown object on Coney Island Avenue on Dec. 17, said police.

The man was having drinks with friends at a bar between Brighton Beach Avenue and Brightwater Court at 8:30 pm when he was told that the brute wanted to speak with him. When the man approached the brute, who struck him multiple times in the head with an unknown object, said officials.

The victim was taken to Lutheran Hospital and received eight staples to his scalp, authorities said.

Back stabber

Police arrested a man who they say stabbed a woman three times on Shell Road on Dec. 18, said police.

The two, who know each other, got into a verbal dispute over a family matter near W. Sixth Street at 2:30 am, officials said. The argument turned physical when the man grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed the woman in the back, in her left leg, and in her left shoulder, according to a police report.

Cellphone bandits

Two miscreants stole a man’s cellphone and threatened him at W. Brighton Avenue and Ocean Parkway on Dec. 13, said police.

The goons approached the man at the intersection at 3 pm, swiped his phone, and stated, “If you follow me, I’ll shoot you,” officials said.

The louts fled on food, police said.


Two punks mugged a man at W. 20th Street on Dec. 18, said police.

The man told police he was near Surf Avenue at 2:30 am when the goons acted as if they had a gun and stole $72 from him. One of the baddies stated, “What do you have, give me your wallet,” according to a police report.

The victim handed over his wallet and the perps swiped the cash and fled on foot, officials said.

— Caroline Spivack

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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