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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Cop Puncher!

Police arrested a teenager for allegedly punching a cop at Jay Street MetroTech subway station on Oct. 25.

The officer asked the 15-year-old suspect to move away while he was patrolling the platform at the station near Willoughby Street at 2:20 pm, but the suspect refused and allegedly hit the cops in the face, according to police.

Officer caught up with the suspect near the Metrotech Center and arrested him for felony assault on a police officer, cops said.

AirPod Raid

Two bandits stole a woman’s AirPods on Willoughby Street on Oct. 21.

The victim told police that the sneaks grabbed her headphones while she was walking near Flatbush Avenue Ext. and Willoughby Street at 8:10 pm, before running off.

Subway Swipe

A sneak thief stole cash from a man at the Jay Street MetroTech subway station on Oct. 27.

The victim told police the pilferer grabbed $100 out of his hand while he was waiting in line to purchase a metrocard at the station near Willoughby Street at 1:35 pm.

Beats Bandit

A pirate stole a pair of Beats headphones from a teenager at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn subway station on Oct. 11.

The victim told police the brigand pushed him from behind and snatched the headphones from his neck while he was standing in the train at 7:20 am, before fleeing when the doors open.

— Elissa Esher

Updated 5:59 pm, October 30, 2019
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