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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Rough upbringing

Cops are hunting a man for allegedly beating his girlfriend inside a 33rd Street apartment — while she held a baby — on May 28.

The victim told police that she was arguing with her boyfriend inside the residential building between Third and Fourth avenues at 11:05 a.m., when he struck her with a two-liter bottle of ginger ale, before punching and kicking her.

Throughout her ordeal, the victim clung to her five-month-old child, and when she attempted to flee, the suspected alleged smashed her hand in the door, cops said.

Road rage

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly punching a guy following a car accident on E. Fifth Street on May 28.

The victim told police that he was involved in a collision with the suspect near Greenwood Avenue at 3:30 p.m., when the man hurled him from his vehicle and punched him in the face.

Cops cuffed the suspect on a felony criminal mischief charge that day, cops said.

Beatdown

A gang of 10 men attack a man and his sister on 52nd Street on June 2.

The victim told police the small army of thugs descended on them near Second Avenue at 5 a.m., kicking, punching, and slashing them, before hightailing it.

Rock head

Police arrested a 22-year-old man for allegedly throwing a rock at a woman’s car on 50th Street on June 2.

The victim told police she was arguing with the suspect near Third Avenue at 4:15 am, when he grabbed the rock and chucked it at her car, before fleeing.

But the woman gave chase, and when she caught him, the man he grabbed her phone and chucked it to the floor, before punching her in the chest, cops said.

Officers arrested the man that day, charging him with felony criminal mischief, cops said.

Printer error

A thief looted a man’s ’96 Chevy he parked on 25th Street on May 28.

The victim told police he left his van near Fifth Avenue at 4:35 p.m., and returned the next morning to find his $500 printer and a $40 radio stolen.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 8:48 am, June 5, 2019
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