Cops cuff man for allegedly assaulting his mother

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Bad son

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly hitting his 82-year-old mother with a phone on Avenue U on Oct. 30.

The victim said that her 57-year-old son first threatened to hit her with a lamp after an argument erupted at her apartment between W. Ninth and W. 10th streets at 6:30 pm, before allegedly hitting her in the hand with a cordless phone.

Violent robbery

Two marauders punched a man in the face and swiped his wallet on 76th Street on Nov. 2.

The victim told police that the ruffians approached him between 19th and 20th avenues at 11 pm before pushing him against a wall, punching him, and snagging his wallet.

Metrocard crook

A bandit swiped a woman’s purse from 25th Avenue on Nov. 1.

The victim told cops that the thief swiped her purse from her car parked on the corner of 25th Avenue and 84th Street, making off with $20 and her credit card — which the looter used to buy $128 and $34 Metrocards.

Wallet robbers

Three looters punched a man and stole his wallet on Kings Highway on Oct. 28.

The victim told cops that three men approached him as he was waiting for a taxi between W. Seventh and W. Eighth streets at 11 pm and punched him in the face before running off his wallet — containing $150.

—Rose Adams

Posted 12:00 am, November 6, 2019
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