Goons beat, stab man in Coney

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Boardwalk blues

Thugs beat and stabbed a man on the Riegelmann Boardwalk in Coney Island on Aug. 30.

The victim told police the brutes attacked him near W. 16th Street at 10 p.m., roughing him up and stabbing him three times with an unknown weapon.

Wandering eye

A woman stabbed a man in the eye inside a Neptune Avenue apartment on Aug. 28.

The victim got into an argument with his girlfriend after she caught him talking to another woman, when she picked up a screwdriver and plunged it into his eye inside the residence between 3415 Neptune Ave at 10:38 p.m.

Bad seed

Cops are hunting the brute who beat his 73-year-old mother because she wouldn’t take him to buy heroin on Ocean Parkway on Aug. 30.
The victim told police that her son, 34, asked her for a lift to purchase drugs, but when he discovered she was instead attempting to drive him to a hospital to get help, he punched her several times in the between 2565 Ocean Parkway at 9:20 a.m.

Parking pirate

A thief looted a car parked on W. 10th Street on Aug. 29.

The crook managed to open up the locked car near Surf Avenue at 5 p.m., before nabbing $57, a Nintendo Switch, and other valuables, cops said.

Beach bandit

Some scoundrels stole an iPhone, jewelry, and other valuables from two women as they swam off the coast of Coney Island Beach on Aug. 31.

The victims told police they took a dip near W. 12th Street at 3 p.m., only to return to the beach sometime later to find their stuff stolen.

— Colin Mixson

Posted 12:00 am, September 4, 2019
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