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Cops cuff suspect for champagne theft

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76TH PRECINCT

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Champagne issues

Cops arrested a person for allegedly stealing a bottle of champagne from a Court Street retailer on Feb. 6.

An worker informed police that the suspect allegedly snagged the $52 bottle earlier than dashing out of the shop between Sacket and Degraw streets on foot at 7:05 pm. 

Police caught as much as the alleged robber on the nook of Second and Smith streets at round 5:30 and arrested him, in response to police stories.

Phone fiend

Police cuffed a person for allegedly restraining his acquaintance and stealing his cellphone on Henry Street on Feb. 16.

The sufferer informed police that the defendant acquired into an argument over a speaker on the nook of Luquer Street at 12:35 am, earlier than the suspect pushed him to the bottom, held his forearm to his neck, and nabbed his $89 cellphone from his coat pocket.

Police arrested the suspect the following day at 10 am, and charged him with theft and prison possession of stolen property, in response to police stories. 

Mom drama

Some thief stole a bundle containing greater than $400 value of maternity garments from a Nelson Street condo constructing on Feb. 9.

The sufferer informed police that the pilferer ran off with the field containing $466 value of maternity clothes, shirts, and overalls from the hallway of their condo constructing situated close to the nook of Clinton Street at round 1:30 am.