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Police Blotter: Week of Feb. 22, 2018

EYE FOR EYE A man and woman allegedly maced a cop in a failed attempt to flee arrest on Church Street on Feb. 12. The suspects were among four graffiti artists allegedly caught tagging a commercial building between Walker and Lispenard streets at 9:15 pm, when the arresting officer announced himself as a cop and […]

SEX ED A 59-year-old home-tutor from Long Island was arrested for allegedly attempting to meet a 13-year-old girl for sex in Lower Manhattan on Feb. 14. The suspect engaged in sexually explicit text and email conversations with undercover agents posing as a 13-year-old girl between Jan. 30 and Feb. 14, where he discussed various kinky […]

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APPLE PICKING A burglar ransacked a Hudson Street office building on Jan. 29, nabbing several laptops. Surveillance footage showed a man exiting the building between Debrosses and Canal streets with a large bag slung over his shoulder at 6:52 am. Staff came in later that morning to discover more than $7,000 worth of Apple laptops, […]

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THREE-WAY Cops busted a man suspected in a three-man robbery of a man on Nassau Street on Jan. 27. The victim told police that the suspect hurled him to the asphalt near Fulton Street at 2:40 pm, while two accomplices turned out his pockets and took his phone. The trio left the victim with a […]

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ROAD RAGE Cops arrested a man for allegedly deliberately ramming his car into a cyclist on Cortlandt Street on Jan. 19. The victim told police the suspect slammed into him near Broadway at 3 pm, before allegedly leaping from his car and throttling his neck. Police busted the suspect that day, charging him with assault, […]

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SNATCH BACK A thief nabbed a phone from a woman’s hand on Prince Street on Jan. 12, but the gal proved she was no chump, and managed to reclaim her cell. The victim told police she was near Mercer Street at 7 pm, when the goon grabbed her iPhone 8 and made a run for […]

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 PANTY RAID A pervy panty lover stole scads of underwear from a Broadway lingerie store on Jan. 5. Surveillance footage shows a man waltzing into the retailer between Prince and W. Houston streets at 1:20 pm, and then he gathered up no-fewer-than 72 pairs of panties before breezing past the register with his ill-gotten undies. […]

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WORKPLACE DISPUTE Cops busted a man for allegedly repeatedly stabbing a co-worker inside a Park Row building on Dec. 22. The victim told police he was moving furniture inside a commercial office building between Beekman and Spruce streets at 10:35 am, when his colleague suddenly snapped, and, seemingly without any cause and following no dispute, […]

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UNDERGROUND GOON Some whacko slashed two guys inside the Fulton Street subway station on Dec. 17. The victims told police they were passing the turnstiles of the train station at Broadway and John Street at 5:15 pm, when the nut job socked one of them in the neck, and slashed the other on the left […]

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TOOL TIME Some crook stole tools from a Liberty Street work site on Nov. 30. A construction worker told police he stashed the companies tools in a locked shed at the building project between Nassau and William streets at 2:30 pm, and returned to discover a thief had opened the padlock and nabbed more than […]

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