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Police Blotters: 90th Precinct

Payback by Stabbing

A 22-year-old man was stabbed multiple times just after 11 p.m. on March 7 while strolling around Graham Avenue along with his girlfriend and a friend, according to police.

The victim told police that he was walking up Graham Avenue when he was suddenly attacked by two male perpetrators from behind. One of the perps attacked him and stabbed him numerous times in the back.

He was taken to Bellevue hospital where it was identified that he had sustained three stab wounds to the right side of his back and one to the left side of his back, according to police.

The victim told police that the perpetrators may have been two men he had already been quarreling with around the area that he lives in, and that the attack may have been a form of retribution.

Brutal Attack at Hookah Bar

An argument over a line to use the bathroom left one man seriously injured in a hospital.

The argument occurred at the Zamaan Hookah Bar on Broadway around 4 a.m. on March 8, according to Police.

The victim had an argument with two women over their position in the line to use the bathroom at the establishment.

When the disgruntled party moved outside the establishment, the victim alleged that one of the women broke a Hennessey bottle on the ground and then attempted to the stab the victim. The other woman then pulled out a gun from her purse and handed it to a third perpetrator, according to the statement the victim made to the police.

The third perpetrator pulled the gun on the victim. He was injured and taken to the nearby Bellevue Hospital, according to police.

The cops are now examining camera footage from the location to identify the perpetrators.

Man Attacked by Savage, Masked Gang of 12

A 22-year-old man was attacked by a gang of twelve, dressed in masks, and carrying canes at the northeast corner of Moore Street and Graham Avenue on March 9 around 3:30 a.m., according to police.

The victim was walking when he was suddenly approached by the gang, who began kicking and punching him.

One of the perpetrators pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim’s right hand. Another perpetrator grabbed his cell-phone, and a third perpetrator pulled out his wallet from his back pocket, which contained a credit card and state I.D.

The gang fled in an unknown direction after the attack. The victim was taken to Woodhull hospital shortly afterward, according to police.

Police are examining video footage from the area to identify the masked thugs.

Take-Out Chinese Trip Turns Ugly

Two teenagers were attacked by an unknown number of perpetrators inside a Chinese restaurant, New Fun Sing, located on Broadway on March 9, around 5:45 p.m., according to police.

The teenagers told police that they were ordering food when the perpetrators entered the store and began assaulting the victims, aged 16 and 17, with chairs and tables from the restaurant.

One of the victims sustained lacerations and swelling to the face and body, and both were taken to Woodhull hospital, according to police.

Parked Car Assault

A 22-year-old man was attacked by an unknown man, around 11 a.m. on March 3, over a parking spot on South 6th Street, according to police.

The victim told police that he was sitting in his parked car when the perpetrator approached the victim’s car, banged on the window and asked him to vacate the parking spot.

When the victim refused, the perpetrator continued to yell at the victim.

The victim then told the perpetrator that he would call the police.

“Get the f**k out of this spot,” retorted the perpetrator, according to the police. “If you call the police I will f***ing kill you.”

The victim and the perpetrator then got into a physical argument where the perpetrator tried to unsuccessfully grab the victim’s phone. He then proceeded to punch the victim in the mouth. The victim sustained bleeding and laceration to the upper lip and bruising to the cheek.

The perpetrator then kicked the victim’s car’s rear-view mirror on the driver’s side and fled the spot in his Red Toyota Solaris, according to police.

Standing up to Robbers

A Williamsburg man was attacked by a robber around 6 a.m. on March, but valiantly fought back, according to Police.

The victim was walking along Keap Street in the early hours of the morning when he saw a man on a bike pass him by.

He then felt someone punch him in the back, and realized it was the same man on the bike, who then continued to punch the victim several times

“Give me your wallet,” the perpetrator said to the victim, according to police.

The victim resisted and tried to punch the perpetrator back. A passerby observed the altercation at the same time and began to approach the pair, which caused the perpetrator to flee in panic, according to police.

Police are monitoring the security footage from the area to apprehend the perpetrator.

Routine Delivery Ends in the Hospital

A delivery person ready to return to work was instead sent to the hospital by two thugs who mercilessly attacked him after a routine delivery trip, according to police.

The delivery man made a trip an apartment building on Flushing Avenue, returned down on the elevator, and was about the exit the building when he was prevented from doing so by two unknown perpetrators, police said.

The victim told the police that the perpetrators grabbed him and took him to the stairwell. One of the perpetrators then punched the victim in the back of his head, which momentarily caused him to lose consciousness. When he awoke, the perpetrators had grabbed his wallet, which contained $150 in cash, and a phone.

The perpetrators demanded to know the passcode to access the phone. When the victim provided a wrong passcode the perpetrators punched him in the face and fled up the stairs of the building.

The victim was taken to Woodhull hospital, according to police.

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