Murders and shootings are up 20 percent from last year, police officials said Monday.
While major crime is down, burglaries have increased by nearly 80 percent compared to last year.
The 79th Precinct's streak is attributed to community partnership and an "omnipresence" of officers.
Police are asking for help identifying a suspect captured on security camera footage.
The shoplifter threatened to cut store employees if they didn't let him leave, police said.
A burglar broke into wine and tapas spot Bar Rique, stealing $750 and two bottles of booze, police said.
The 79th Precinct saw the largest decrease in 2014's civilian complaints against officers in Brooklyn.
A Tiffany's pearl necklace and an iPad were two of the items stolen from Sullivan Street apartments.
Overall crime has decreased while burglaries are on the rise in the 88th precinct.
The passenger hit the driver with a blunt object and ran away, police said.
Shai Krieger, 19, was charged with assault for stabbing a man in a fight on Broome Street, police said.
The Leonard Street garage employee was tied up at gunpoint while the robbers swiped three cars.
The victim, who was shot in the torso, had drugs on him at the time, police say.
An Inwood man was robbed Thursday in the vestibule of his Broadway apartment building.
The neighborhood is the latest in the city where businesses have posted the controversial signs.
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