84th Precinct Police Blotter – 10/9/09

bugleblotter-300x1711 Sorry, that we’ve been behind on the police blotters, folks. Normal posting will resume next Tuesday. And now, here is this week’s police blotter:

A perp stole more than $6,000 from a newspaper vendor on the corner of Montague and Henry streets on September 29. The thug grabbed the vendor’s bag as the victim unpacked paper around 9 a.m.

A man was robbed during a stroll on the Promenade just after 11 a.m. on October 1. The thief asked the 41-year-old man for a quarter, and when the man pulled out his wallet, the thief snatched it and fled. The wallet contained $11 and a debit card.

A woman had her pocketbook stolen on October 1 on the corner of Hoyt and Livingston streets. The purse contained her Social Security card and credit car.

A thief made off with a woman’s handbag containing $940 in cash after she left it behind at a restaurant on Nevins Street near Livingston Street. The incident occurred after the woman left the bag behind around 6:45 p.m. on September 30, and returned to find the bag, containing the cash and her credit cards, missing.

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  • Anonymous

    I heard that someone came out of the subway on court and montague this week and slashed another man’s face with a knife. The cops closed off the whole area and I guess there was a large amount of blood on the street. Shouldn’t that be part of the police blotter? Or is this just an exaggerated rumor?

  • LC

    I saw the police tape and the blood. Gothamist also had it listed as a “stabbing” on the newsmap that day. But other than that, I haven’t heard anything about it. Would definitely like to have a little more information.

  • travy

    $6000 at that little newsstand? whoa!

  • x

    That slashing is pretty big news, compared to people leaving their wallets and find their contents emptied.

  • cat

    Any follow-up on the slashing?