Cops arrested a 30-year-old woman accused of sending herself eight ounces of cocaine through the mail to her Carroll Street heating supply shop on Jan. 24.
The suspect accepted a package addressed and delivered to herself at the store between Third Avenue and Nevins Street at 12:10 pm, and police cuffed her that day on a felony possession charge, cops said.
Police have given up searching for the candy salesmen who scammed a guy at Atlantic Terminal on Jan. 23.
The victim told police he exchanged cash for the confections with the candy crook inside the subway station near Flatbush Avenue at 5:05 pm.
But there was a problem — the victim handed the candy man a whopping heap of cash, and was owed $120 in change, according to the report. Instead, the sweets scammer scampered off with the victim’s dough, police said.
Cops have called off the hunt for the creep who threatened a woman’s life on a 2 train at Grand Army Plaza on Jan. 23.
The victim told police she became embroiled in a shouting match with the wacko as her train approached the station near Flatbush Avenue at 5:45 pm, and claims the miscreant followed her after she disembarked, saying she knows where she lives, where she works, and that she won’t be safe.
— Colin Mixson
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