Driver sideswipes motorists Eighth Avenue

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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Road Jerk

A reckless driver sideswiped a car on Eighth Avenue on Oct. 7.

The victim told police that she was driving near Seventh Street when a black sedan bumped into her, before the offending driver took off when the victim took a picture of her license plate.

Bike Swiped

A jerk stole a bike from 13th Street on Oct. 6.

The victim told police he left his bike locked up outside near Sixth Avenue at around 2 pm, but the thief nabbed the bike before he returned.

Bra Bandit

A thief shoplifted from a Flatbush Avenue brassiere store on Oct. 8.

A store employee told police that the bandit entered the store neat Atlantic Avenue at around 1 pm and made off with around $283.50 worth of shoes, accessories, and women’s underwear.

— Ben Verde

Updated 12:40 pm, October 16, 2019
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