Lout slaps woman on Bond Street

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook


Some brute assaulted a woman on Baltic Street on July 29, cops say.

According to authorities, the jerk shoved the victim up against a fence near Bond Street around 8:50 pm and slapped her.


Cops busted a guy who they say shoplifted from a Smith Street pharmacy on July 29.

According to the report, the suspect tried to swipe two bottles of body wash from the druggist near President Street, before being caught. The suspect was also in possession of a crack pipe, according to police.

Cops charged the suspect with petty larceny, criminal possession of a stolen property and possession of a controlled substance.

Smooth criminal

Some miscreant robbed a woman at a Smith Street bar on July 27, police say.

The victim told cops she was sitting at the bar with her bag hanging on a hook underneath the bar around 7:30 pm when the creep sat next to her and distracted her by talking to her friend. When the victim went to pay, her bag was missing, she told police.

The bag contained her wallet, passport, and social security card, the report says.

Radio silence

Some snake robbed a car on Dikeman Street on July 27, police say.

According to the report, the lout smashed the window of the victim’s car parked near Van Brunt Street around 8 pm and made off with a radio.

— Ben Verde

Posted 9:56 am, August 1, 2018
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