Women cuffed for biting police officer


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Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Take a bit out of crime

Cops arrested a 51-year-old lady for allegedly biting a police officer on Duffield Street on Feb. 8.

The sufferer informed their fellow boys-in-blue that the suspect allegedly chomped them on the hand whereas making an attempt to arrest her for a unique crime close to Willoughby Street at 12:36 pm. 

Paramedics took the injured officer to Cobble Hill Hospital, whereas cops booked the girl and charged her with assaulting a police officer, based on police experiences.

Bad valentines 

Two goons beat and pistol-whipped a person on Willoughby Street on Feb. 14.

The sufferer informed police that the 2 criminals approached him and tried to hit him with a bag close to Pearl Street at 6:15 pm when one of many louts then pulled out a gun and hit the sufferer within the arm earlier than fleeing. 

Cops recovered a 9mm shell casing on the scene, based on police experiences.


Some criminal stole a supply employee’s electrical bicycle on Schermerhorn Street on Feb. 13.

The sufferer informed police that he left his bike locked as much as make a supply close to Court Street at round 7:45 pm, however when he returned the $2,000 bicycle was gone.

Subway assault

Cops arrested a 24-year-old man for allegedly assaulting a police officer on the Jay Street MetroTech practice station on Feb. 10.

The sufferer informed his fellow officers that the suspect allegedly entered the practice station’s emergency exit  with an altered FDNY key to keep away from paying the fare close to Fulton Street at round 4:45 pm, and when the cop moved to arrest the suspect, he allegedly flailed and stiffened his arms and refused to be cuffed, injuring an officer within the course of. 

Paramedics took the officer to Cobble Hill Hospital for therapy, and cops booked the suspect for assaulting a police officer, based on police experiences.