A crook swiped a woman’s purse on Atlantic Avenue on Dec. 26.
The victim told police she had placed her bag on a garbage pail near Flatbush Avenue in order to take her jacket off at 5:05 pm, when the thief swooped by and nabbed the bag — which contained her passport and child support documents, in addition to some electronics — before fleeing.
Cops arrested a man for trespassing at a Third Avenue public housing development on Dec. 30.
Police officers claim they spotted the man — whose name is on a Housing Authority ban list — at the complex between Wyckoff and Baltic streets at 10:45 pm, and the patrolmen found he was in possession of a crack pipe and crack cocaine following his arrest.
A thief stole the license plate off a man’s car parked on DeGraw Street sometime between Dec. 21 and 25.
The victim told police he left his 2003 Chevy between Third and Fourth avenues at 8:45 pm on Dec. 21, and returned four days later to find some reprobate had removed his plates.
Some jerk smashed the window on a man’s car parked on Third Avenue on Dec. 25.
The victim told police he left his 2015 Toyota Sienna between Carroll and Third streets at 7:15 am, and returned at 4 pm to find some whacko had cracked open his rear passenger-side window.
Police busted a man for driving on drugs after he passed out at the wheel and collided with a parked car on Eighth Street on Dec. 28.
A witness told police the suspect’s 2008 Subaru Impreza was heading towards Red Hook near Second Avenue at 2:31 am, when the guy suddenly lost control and his vehicle collided with a parked car.
When police arrived, they found the man unconscious behind the wheel, and paramedics used a drug called Narcan to revive the man, after which he confessed to taking an unprescribed pharmaceutical, cops said.
— Colin Mixson
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