Brute stabs man on 50th Street

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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace


A brute stabbed a guy on 50th Street on Oct. 28.

The victim told police that the goon approached near Ninth Avenue at around 6:30 pm and stabbed him in the stomach, chest, and arm.

Lunch snatcher

A pirate tried to mug a woman on 61st Street on Oct. 30.

The victim told cops that the ruffian shoved her near Third Avenue at around 11:15 pm and unsuccessfully attempted to snag her purse — before making off with the victim’s lunch bag.

Chump change

A burglar looted a 20th Street on Oct. 28.

The victim told cops that he arrived at his home near Fourth Avenue at around 8 pm and discovered the door frame smashed in — and $300 missing from a change jar.

MAGA pills

Cops arrested a man for alleged drug possession on 62nd Street on Nov. 1.

Patrolling officers spotted the suspect idling for over three minutes in a Jaguar sports car near Third Avenue at around 9 pm, and when they approached they allegedly found a small amount of Marijuana, 21 grams of Cocaine and an MDMA pill with the letters “TRUMP” stamped on it.

Police cuffed the man on felony possession of narcotics, according to police reports.

— Ben Verde

Posted 12:00 am, November 6, 2019
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