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A 29-year-old man was arrested for threatening a woman with a hypodermic needle on Kings Highway on June 23.
The victim told police that she was between Bedford Avenue and E. 26th Street at 1 am when the man pointed the sharp medical instrument in her direction.
When the man was arrested, police found six needles on him, according to court papers.
Police arrested a 28-year-old man who they say was driving drunk on Emmons Avenue on June 24 — but only arrested him after they found his tinted-windows to be too opaque.
The arresting officer was between Bragg and Brigham streets at 6 am when he pulled over the driver because the tint on his windows was too dark, police said.
The officer also found the suspect to be over the limit — after a breathalyzer test measured the man’s alcohol content as .113 percent, cops said.
A 42-year-old man stabbed another man on Emmons Avenue on June 14, police said.
The victim told police that he was between Ocean Avenue and E. 21st street at 10:40 pm when the suspect stabbed him in the chest, and then slashed his right side.
— Colin MixsonReach reporter Colin MIxson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 260-4514.
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