A brute bashed a guy’s head in with an energy drink at an Atlantic Avenue bodega on July 7.
The victim told cops that the punk whacked him in the kisser with the drink can before stealing the beverage and leaving the store near Fourth Avenue at 8:35 p.m.
A goon squad attacked a man near Bergen Street on July 6.
A witness told police that the victim stumbled towards him near Third Avenue with head injuries and told him that three villains jumped him and robbed him around 2 a.m.
A thief scratched a woman’s face at Hoyt Street on July 5.
The victim told police that she and the creep were arguing between Livingston and Schermerhorn streets at 1:48 a.m., when the wacko scraped her face and fleeced her before making a run for it.
A rapscallion looted a man’s apartment during a house party on Hoyt Street on June 28.
The victim told cops that he was hosting the get-together at his digs between Livingston and Schermerhorn streets, but claims he woke up the next morning to find that some greedy guest had nabbed his silk scarf, Kindle, Amazon Alexa, AirPod earphones, and a watch.
A sneak snatched a tourist’s cell phone at Adams Street on July 1.
The victim told cops that she was snapping pictures of the Brooklyn Bridge near Tillary Street and had her phone in her pocket when the prowler nabbed it at 8:30 p.m.
A pack of teens took a man’s smart watch aboard an A-train near Jay Street-Metrotech on July 3.
The victim told cops he was on the crowded Queens-bound train when the three juveniles kept bumping into him at noon.
The delinquents got off at Jay Street-MetroTech and the victim noticed that he lost his Bluetooth connection to his watch, only to glance down at his wrist to discover it stolen.
— Kevin Duggan
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