Gang of goons brutally attack man on Concord Street

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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Army of attackers

A horde of villains brutally beat up a teen at a Concord Street park on Oct. 15.

The victim told police the 20 wretches approached him while he was playing basketball in the park at Gold Street at 5:50 pm, before punching and slashing him in the face and stealing his belongings.

Blade-wielding bandit

Police arrested a man for allegedly robbing another man at knifepoint on Lawrence Street on Oct. 16.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly walked him to a banking machine and forced him to withdraw $200 while threatening him with a box cutter at Willoughby Street at 8:55 pm, before dashing into the nearby R train station.

Surveillance video caught the incident on tape and cops arrested the 16-year-old suspect on Oct. 20 on Gold Street near Tillary Street, slapping him with felony robbery charges, according to the authorities.

Bitter for her beau

A woman trashed her ex-boyfriend’s Livingston Street apartment on Oct. 18.

The victim told police his former lover broke into his apartment near Bond and Nevins streets around 1 pm and caused around $3,500-worth of damage, before stealing a bunch of valuables.

What a Dumbo move!

A brute threw an elephant statue at a woman on Bond Street on Oct. 14.

The victim told cops she got into a fight with the scalawag between State and Schermerhorn streets at 10:10 am, when he threw the statue at her face and bit her leg.

Sticks and stones

A scumbag beat up a teen with a stick on Atlantic Avenue on Oct. 17.

The 16-year-old victim told cops that the scoundrel made some remark at him near Fourth Avenue at 5:30 pm and when he confronted him, the lout whacked him in the head with the stick several times.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, October 23, 2019
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