Son shoots mother in Coney home

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Tough love

Some punk allegedly fired multiple shots at his own mother through the front door of their West 28th Street apartment on July 7 police said.

The son shot his mother in the left leg over who was going to do laundry at their home near Mermaid Avenue at 10:50 p.m., cops said.

After shooting his mother in the leg, the son hightailed it on West 25 street, police said.

Rude awakening

A slime ball punched a 65-year-old woman while she was sleeping at her Brighton Street apartment on July 6.

The victim told police the creep slugged her several times in the face at her home between Brighten 1st Street and Brighten 2nd Street at 4:30 p.m.

Import export

A carjacker stole a white Honda from an auto repair shop on Stillwell Avenue on July 5.

The thief nabbed the Japanese import from the repair shop near Neptune Avenue at 1 a.m., before peeling off heading north on Stillwell Avenue.


Cops arrested a man for allegedly beating his wife with a water bottle inside their home on 28th Avenue on July 6.

The couple was arguing inside their apartment near Cropsey Avenue at 8:50 pm when the husband got angry and threw a water bottle at her stomach, police said.

— Chandler Kidd

Updated 11:46 am, July 10, 2019
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