Police Blotter

Subway shove survivor

Brandon Crismon, 34, of Brooklyn, who was shoved onto the tracks in front of an Uptown No. 4 train in Union Sq. shortly after 8 a.m. Wed. Aug. 13, suffered a broken leg, cuts and bruises after he managed to roll into the trough between the rails just before the train rolled over him. Crismon, identified in the Daily News as the brother of Ron Crismon, owner of Bubby’s, the Tribeca restaurant, was shoved by a man described as white, with dark blond hair, between 5’7” and 5’10” and weighing about 200 pounds.

Woman robber

Police charged a woman with holding up a man at knifepoint in an elevator of the Baruch Houses at 7 a.m. Thurs. Aug. 14 and stealing his bicycle. Police said the victim, 47, directed them to the suspect’s apartment at 80 Baruch Pl. in the Baruch Houses and the bicycle was recovered. Charged with robbery and criminal possession of a weapon, was Stephanie Pagan, 33.