The NYPD put out an alert after a rash of cell phone thefts in a 14th Street subway station.
It took three police officers to pull Sophia Tolbert, 23, away from the 26-year-old victim, NYPD said.
The 13-year-old was part of a group involved in seven separate attacks in the 24th Precinct, NYPD said.
Two men approached the victim and forced him to enter a Pitt Street apartment at gunpoint, police said.
The suspect was caught outside the VIP Room on West 13th Street with a forged NYPD ID, police said.
Marie Thys, 24, stabbed a woman in the thigh with a stiletto shoe, police said.
The cyclist fell after swerving to avoid Gregory Enix, who then attacked and robbed him, police said.
Aaron Lorenzo, 25, was caught charging drinks on a woman's credit card at the Up and Down Club.
A woman pushing a baby stroller along Eighth Avenue had her iPhone stolen, police said.
The victim was robbed by a man and woman he invited into his Times Square Hotel room, police said.
The victim chased the accused thief underground from station to station.
A panhandler was arrested on an F train last week for weapons possession, police said.
A man smashed an iPhone he had just stolen from a woman in Greenwich Village, police said.
The suspect fled at the Junction Boulevard station, according to police.
There were 362 reports of grand larceny in the 81st Precinct this year, police said.
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