Scumbag beats woman at Atlantic Avenue station

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78th Precinct

Park Slope


A slimeball smacked a woman at the Atlantic Terminal subway station on June 25.

The victim told police she was waiting for the 4 train at the station near Flatbush Avenue at 8 a.m., when the five-foot eight-inch scumbag began punching her repeatedly at around 8 a.m., before fleeing on the train tracks toward Nevins Street, cops said.

Paint job

Some wacko left threatening messages outside a man’s 14th Street home on June 23.

The victim told police that he found several messages outside home, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, threatening violence that were painted in black paint when he left the house at 11 a.m., cops said.

Shopping spree

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly shoplifting at an Atlantic Avenue store on June 25.

Store security told police that the suspect gathered $146 worth of items from the store near Flatbush Avenue, before attempting to leave without paying at around 10 p.m., cops said.

Police arrived on the scene shortly after and charged the woman with misdemeanor larceny, according to police reports.

Not constructive

Cops arrested two men for allegedly loitering at a Ninth Street construction site on June 25.

A neighbor reported to police that the two men entered the site between Second Avenue and Smith Street shortly before 3 a.m., cops said.

Police arrived on the scene and charged the men with criminal trespassing, according to police reports.

Free parking

A huckster drove off from an Atlantic Avenue pay-per-hour parking lot without paying on June 30.

The parking lot manager told police that the sneak exited the lot, located between South Portland Avenue and Fort Greene Place, without paying her $45 charge at around 1:30 a.m., cops said.

— Aidan Graham

Posted 12:00 am, July 3, 2019
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