Guy does angel dust, stabs brother with fork

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate


Cops cuffed a man for allegedly stabbing his brother inside of a W. 31st St. apartment on Aug. 6.

The victim told police that his brother was tripping out on Angel Dust when he kicked down the door to his apartment between Mermaid and Surf avenues at 9:45 a.m.

Once inside, the suspect broke his brother’s fish tank, leaving the floor littered with shattered glass that the victim later cut his foot on, before stabbing him repeatedly with a fork, according to police.

Beach day

A thief nabbed a cell phone and cash from an unattended bag in Coney Island on July 30.

The victim told police she went for a swim near Ocean Parkway and Riegelmann Boardwalk at 10:00 a.m., when she returned to discover a thief had nabbed $100 and her phone, cops said.

Kids these days

Cops cuffed a woman for allegedly punching her 75-year-old mother inside an Avenue W apartment building on Aug. 6.

The victim told police her daughter slugged her in the head inside the residence near W. 11th St. at 10:20 p.m., cops said.

The elderly woman later told investigators she had no clue what prompted the attack, according to police.

Sharp crook

Police arrested a man for allegedly robbing a woman at knifepoint on Neptune Avenue on Aug. 8.

The victim told police the fiend put a knife on her near W. 6th Street and took a wad of cash at 5:14 p.m., cops said.

— Chandler Kidd

Posted 12:00 am, August 14, 2019
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