A woman was arrested for allegedly smashing her father over the head with a glass vase on 23rd Avenue on July 5.
The daughter, a student at Princeton University who may suffer from depression, smacked her father with the pot when the two were in their apartment between Bath and Cropsey avenues at 7:45 p.m, authorities claim. The victim suffered cuts to his head and was treated at Lutheran Hospital, police report.
A man was arrested for allegedly stealing $5 from a man on 81st Street on July 5.
The victim told police that the defendant approached him on the corner of 18th Avenue and 81st Street at 6:55 p.m., before growling, “Give me your money or I will punch you in the face,” according to cops.
The defendant snatched the victim’s money — $5 in cash — before police busted him, authorities claim.
Three punks robbed a man on 64th Street on July 5.
The victim told cops that he was walking to his car between 17th and 18th avenues at 4:35 a.m., when the three thieves chased him down and surrounded, taking $80 from him.
Some crook broke into a deli on Avenue S and stole the store’s ice cream on July 4.
A bodega employee told police that the milk marauder kicked through the storage space’s plexiglass door at 11:30 p.m., and snatched ice-cream from the cooler between W. Ninth and W. Eighth streets, authorities say.
— Rose Adams
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