Cops cuff alleged gunman on Myrtle Avenue

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Gunman goon

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly shooting another man on Myrtle Avenue on Nov. 3.

The victim told police that he was standing near Emerson Place at 12:15 am when the suspect allegedly fired a round — hitting him in the hand and hip.

The police caught up with the suspect at Park Avenue and Franklin Avenue and slapped him with felony and assault charges.

Knife knaves

Two knife-wielding pirates stole a man’s AirPods at Washington Park on Oct. 29.

The victim told police that the duo of ruffians approached him from behind at Willoughby Avenue at 7:09 pm, before brandishing knives and grabbing the headphones.

Park pirates

Three pillagers robbed a group of teens at Fort Greene Park on Dekalb Avenue on Oct. 31.

The victims told police that the bandits pretended to brandish a gun near St. Edwards Street and Myrtle Avenue at 7:20 pm, when they grabbed the victim’s phones and forced them to withdraw cash — before fleeing.

Stoller sneak

A sneak thief robbed a woman on Clinton Avenue on Oct. 30.

The victim told police that the filcher swiped a purse and a computer bag off her parked stoller near Myrtle Avenue shortly before 4 pm.

Cell swipe

A bandit swiped a woman’s phone on Atlantic Avenue on Oct. 29.

The victim told police that the sneak snatched her phone near Clermont Avenue at TIME, and hightailed it down Atlantic Avenue.

Tech tussle

Two villains stole a man’s phone and AirPods on Washington Avenue on October 30.

The victim told police that the terrible team approached near Greene Avenue at 10:08 pm and claimed they had a knife — before grabbing the devices and fleeing.

—Elissa Esher

Posted 12:00 am, November 6, 2019
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