Lout threatens store employee and steals food

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Breakfast bandit

A crook threatened a Myrtle Avenue drug store employee with a knife on Jan. 19 and stole items, police said.

The victim told police the scoundrel walked into the store near Ashland Place a little before 10 am and grabbed a bottle of milk, cereal, and beer and tried to run out, according to authorities.

But when the employee tried to stop the lout, he brandished a knife and said, “If you touch me, you’re a dead man,” officials said. The jerk fled in a gray car waiting for him at the corner of Willoughby Street and Ashland Place, according to authorities.


Cops cuffed a guy for stabbing a man on Lafayette Avenue on Jan. 15, police said.

The 23-year-old suspect stabbed the 24-year-old victim with a knife in his torso near Fort Greene Place at about 1:30 am, according to authorities. Police recovered a knife at the scene, cops said.

Punched and pilfered

A goon socked a woman in the face on Rockwell Place on Jan. 15, police said.

The ruffian punched the 36-year-old victim near DeKalb Avenue and demanded she hand over her cash at about 8:45 pm, according to authorities. The snake fled with $100, police said.

Bad apple

A louse stole two pricey phones from a Flatbush Avenue Apple store on Jan. 13, police said.

The good-for-nothing ran out of the high-end technology store near Ashland Place with two iPhone Xs at about 3:30 pm, according to authorities.

Cashed out

Some weasel broke into a Myrtle Avenue restaurant and stole a wad of cash on Jan. 19, police said.

The filcher pried open the door to the eatery near Hall Street at about 11:20 pm and ran out with the cash register and all the money inside it, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Posted 12:00 am, January 23, 2019
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