The police blotter in this week's Brooklyn Papers reports that an arrest has been made in a mugging that occured on Middagh and Hicks on November 7. The thug held up the nabe resident with an air gun according to the report and demanded her bankcard and PIN. New York's Finest nabbed the 46 year old skell after the victim provided a detailed description.
The paper also reports that $750 worth of tools and the key to the construction site they were from were stolen. Cops estimate the robbery happend while the Henry Street site was closed between 3pm on November 3 and 7am on November 6.
Only the lowest form of life steals from a house of worship, much less one with such an honored history as Plymouth Church. The booty robbed from the church — a bottle of juice and two sternos. A witness told police she saw a 5 foot 1 inch black man in his mid-20s pushing a shopping cart leave the church. He asked her for a cigarette and continued on towards Henry Street.
A gun wielding robber made off with a man's iPod and cash as he walked down Hicks Street on November 11 at 2:15am. The lowlife approached his victim as he was near Grace Court Alley and said "gimme your money." Police are looking for a black man, 5 foot 11 inches and 200 pounds last seen wearing a gray jacket and blue jeans.
Help put these criminals where they belong — IN JAIL. Call the NYPD Crimestoppers 1-800-577-TIPS