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Police Blotter: Burned Bacon Leads to Knife Attack

Church door kicked-in, bike thefts and more from the 77th Precinct.

 

Burned Bacon Knife Throw

A 21-year-old man was charged with throwing a knife at his 22-year-old girlfriend after the bacon burned while she was getting dressed. The knife hit her in the neck, causing a stab wound. The woman was taken to Methodist Hospital where she was taken to the intensive care unit in stable condition, according to a police report. The attack took place on August 10 in an apartment on Classon Avenue between Lincoln and St. Johns places, according to a police report.

 

Two More Bike Thefts

A 28-year-old man reported that his $700 Fuji bike was stolen after he left it unlocked overnight in the hallway of his Franklin avenue apartment building. The bike was stolen between August 8 and 10, according to a police report.

 A 33-year-old woman reported that someone stole her Cannondale mountain bike worth $830, which was locked outside on Prospect Place at the corner of Flatbush Avenue between August 5 and 7, according to a police report.


Mercedes Benz Theft 

A 51-year-old man reported that his 2006 Mercedes Benz Suburban was stolen while parked on Bedford Avenue at St. Johns Place on August 9 between 10:30 a.m. and 3:34 p.m., according to a police report.  

 

Church Door Attack

A 46-year-old woman was charged with kicking in a second-floor door at a St. Marks Avenue church, in the presence of an NYPD officer, causing damage. The incident took place at Brotherhood Baptist Church, 232 St. Marks Ave., on August 12 between 4 and 5 pm. And the woman was arrested at the church at 5:35 p.m. 

 

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