Cops cuff knife-wielding teenagers behind alleged robbery

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Teenage thiefs

Police cuffed two teenagers for allegedly robbing another teen with a knife on 86th Street on Oct. 3.

The victim told police that three teens approached between 18th and 19th avenues 3:19 pm, and allegedly threatened him with multiple knives, before grabbing the victim’s cell phone and cash.

Police arrested two of the teenage suspects, while another remains at large.

Food fight

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly throwing a glass bottle at a woman in a Bay Parkway restaurant on Oct. 1.

The defendant said he threw the bottle and struck the victim in the arm after a heated argument in the eatery by 67th street at around 10:30 pm.

Check it out

A scammer paid for a sofa using a fake check on 82nd Street on Oct. 2.

The victim received a $2,600 check in the mail at her home between 14th and 15th avenues at around 4 pm for her sofa, but she later discovered the check was a fraud.

Bottled up rage

A punk chucked a beer bottle at his cousin on 18th Avenue on Oct. 4.

The victim told police that his criminal cousin hit him in the face with the glass bottle after an argument inside the apartment between Bay Ridge Parkway and 76th Street at around 4 am, causing a laceration to the victim’s forehead.

Greedy granddaughter

A woman suspects that her granddaughter stole $4,500 from her apartment on Bay 7th Street on Oct. 5.

The 79-year-old victim told cops that she saw her 19-year-old granddaughter run out of the house between Benson Avenue and 86th Street at 1:20 pm, and later discovered a small box with the cash was missing from her kitchen.

— Rose Adams

Updated 12:37 pm, October 9, 2019
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