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Attempted Dog Theft on Court Street

Crime reports from the 76th Precinct

That's my dog!

A 38-year-old female was picking up take-out on Court Street near 4th Place on March 16 at 10:48 p.m. when she saw a man attempting to take the harness off her $2,000 dog, which was tied to a post outside the restaurant, cops said. The thief, Kendale Golston, 31, was arrested and charged with grand larceny. The type of dog is not known at this time.

"You have to pay me for protection"

A 42-year-old male tried to extort a 39-year-old who owns a building at 365 Columbia St. Cops said on March 15 at 9:40 a.m. the victim reported he was ordered to pay $350 a week or his building and property would be damaged.

Senior robbed

A 73-year-old male was pushed to the ground and robbed on March 16 at 3:15 p.m. Cops said 2 unknown thugs approached the victim from behind and held him down outside 39 West 9th St. before taking everything out of his pockets. The thieves, estimated to be 20 and 26-years-old, got away with a Social Security card, a Green card, an Identification card and $250 in cash.

woodendesigner March 22, 2011 at 10:20 PM
As a dog owner and someone that has lived in this neighborhood for a long time....... don't leave your dog outside. If you can't bring him/her inside with you then leave them at home. People lose their dogs to thieves a lot more than you realize. For those of you that know Steve's Key Lime Pies, he (being Steve) had a Jack Russell named Mango and a couple years ago the dog was hanging outside from the bakery and someone took him. He was never returned. I have heard rumors of what happens to some of these dogs when they are stolen and they are not good. Do yourself a favor and don't tie up your dog outside.
Anthony March 23, 2011 at 11:28 AM
I agree with you, but in this neighborhood that is nearly impossible. I especially hate when the yuppies bring their dogs out and leave them outside as they eat a meal at a restaurant. There's just no point in bringing the dog out if it's going to sit outside alone. I know NYC has a dog tethering law in place, but it needs to be enforced more. I think the law says dogs can;t be tied to poles for more than 3 hours. It needs to be more like 45 minutes to an hour.


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