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Slashing on Kenilworth Place

Brooklyn Daily

70th Precinct



Police arrested a 44-year-old who they say slashed another man during an exchange on Kenilworth Place on April 10.

Witnesses said the two men were arguing with each other near Farragut Road at 12:30 am when the suspect flashed a knife and cut his opponent’s neck.

Cops arrested a suspect, charging him with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

iPod shuffle

Cops arrested two of three thieves who they claim robbed a teen of his iTouch on Marlborough Road on April 9.

The victim told cops from the 70th Precinct he was near Caton Avenue at 6:15 pm when the thieves surrounded him, demanding his Apple product.

The thieves made off with the iTouch, but two of them didn’t get far — cops arrested them a short time later, charging them with robbery.

Stabbed in hand

A thug attacked another man during a bloody April 8 exchange on Flatbush Avenue — stabbing his opponent in the hand with a screwdriver.

Witnesses said the two men were arguing near Nostrand Avenue at 2:25 pm when the suspect attacked, leaving the victim with injuries police said needed hospital attention.

— Tom Tracy

Reach Deputy Editor Thomas Tracy at or by calling (718) 260-2525.

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