City Council Member Stephen Levin, whose district includes Brooklyn Heights and nearby neighborhoods, was twice a crime victim this past weekend.
New York Post: The Democrat got hit with a double dose of disaster over the weekend when he ended up the victim of two separate, nearly simultaneous crimes just a few miles apart.
A thief helped himself to Levin’s parked 2000 Honda Civic in Greenpoint early Sunday morning — while around the same time another crook was breaking into his district office in Boerum Hill.
“I’m hoping I’ve reached my quota for burglaries and thefts for the year,” Levin told The Post yesterday.
Luckily for Levin, the burglar who broke into his office was caught red-handed before he could make off with a flat screen TV and a couple of computer monitors. Levin’s landlord, however, is complaining that the gate guarding the office’s window, which the would-be thief smashed to gain entry, hadn’t been lowered. The car is still missing.