Nut steals woman’s shoe

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Sneaker bandit

Some wacko stole a woman’s shoe at S. Oxford Street on July 2.

The victim told police the bandit grabbed her left ankle near Atlantic Avenue at 10 a.m., forcing off one of her sneakers and leaving her with just one shoe, before the kook hightailed it.


A scumbag snatched an elderly woman’s chain from her neck at Rockwell Place on July 5.

The victim told police that the wretch forced her necklace off near Fulton Street at 8 p.m., scratching her gullet in the process

The woman then confronted the culprit, who said he didn’t have anything on him, before dashing towards DeKalb Avenue, according to police.


Police tazed and cuffed a woman for allegedly attacking a cop on Tillary Street on July 2.

The office claims the suspect was high on drugs and acting unruly in a line heading into an elevator near Prince Street at 9:35 p.m.

At one point the woman took a swing at the cop, who in turn tasered her — twice — before arresting her on a felony assault charge.

Bike attack

Some yahoo attacked a guy with a bike on Myrtle Avenue on July 5.

The victim told police that the reprobate flung his two-wheeler at him and punched him in the head at N. Portland Avenue at 11 p.m.

Clean hit

A girl threw a bottle of laundry detergent at her grandmother at Saint James Place on July 6.

The victim told cops that her granddaughter threw the bottle of Tide at her head and pushed her to the floor several times, between DeKalb and Lafayette avenues at 4:50 p.m.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, July 10, 2019
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