Cops cuffed a man for possession of a stun gun on Hamilton Avenue on Oct. 5.
Police officers pulled over the defendant’s 2013 Dodge near Garnet Street at 3:30 am because of unauthorized lights, and spotted the stun gun in the passenger’s seat, cops said.
Cops arrested the man on charges of criminal possession of a weapon, driving without a license, and equipment failure, according to police reports.
A prowler nabbed two cases of wine from Third Place stoop between Oct. 5 and Oct. 6.
The victim told police that the bandit swiped the $600 worth of cases between Clinton and Henry streets between 1 pm and noon the following day.
A crook stole a $950 bike from Court Street on Oct. 8.
The victim told police that the thief took off on his silver bike parked between Luquer Street and Fourth Place at around 8:15 pm.
A thief nabbed a bike on Court Street on Oct. 11
The victim told cops that the pilferer cut the lock on her $850 bike between Union and Sackett streets sometime between 7 pm and 11 pm before riding off.
— Rose Adams
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