Police Blotter, Aug. 22, 2013

A screen grab from a surveillance video provided by police, showing the alleged attempted-rape suspect inside the E. Sixth St. building on Dec. 28.

Sex-shop spree
Three kinky chicks allegedly used a stolen credit card to buy more than $500 worth of goods at West Village sex shops, but their spree came to an unhappy climax when cops slapped the cuffs — not the pink, fuzzy kind — on them.

The credit card’s owner, a 28-year-old female immigrant, had previously filed a report with police claiming that Kareen Walcott, 35; Tais Bomani, 22; and Amanda Roman, 19, teamed up to snatch her wallet, which also included her green card and other items.

Using descriptions provided by the victim, officers stopped and searched the alleged thieving trio shortly after midnight on Aug. 18, on W. Third St. near Sixth Ave., and arrested them upon finding both the missing wallet and an alleged marijuana joint being passed between two of them.

Authorities said that, at the time of their arrest, the vixens had just finished using the stolen credit to make purchases at two nearby sex shops. The trio reportedly spent roughly $150 at Fantasy Party — on Sixth Ave. between W. Third and Fourth Sts. — and about $360 at Tic Tac Toe New York, Inc. — on W. Fourth St. between Cornelia and Jones Sts.

All three women were charged with petty larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and identity theft. Walcott and Bomani were also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Bust burglar in classy crib
Police arrested Osman Sannoh, 26, on the evening of Aug. 17 after he reportedly climbed through the open window of a nearly $7 million West Village home and tried to steal property.

A witness called police around 6:30 p.m. and claimed that he saw Sannoh hop over a locked fence outside 18 Grove St., and then use the building’s fire escape to climb up and enter a second-floor window.

Police responded to the scene minutes after receiving the call, and arrested Sannoh inside the building, charging him with burglary.

In hindsight, Sannoh had probably thought he was going to make off with some serious loot when he first made it inside 18 Grove St. that evening. According to the Web site of the Douglas Elliman real estate agency, the classy four-story, 3,700-square-foot townhouse most recently sold for $6.7 million — though that was a steal compared to the original asking price of $7.8 million, reported by the real estate Web site Curbed last December.

Coked-up robber
Police arrested Matthew Calendar, 31, after they say he tried to rob a 23-year-old woman at knifepoint early on Aug. 16.

The victim told officers that, as she was walking past the corner of Bleecker and Thompson Sts. around 5 a.m., Calendar slashed her arm with the knife and attempted to grab into her pocket. Based on reports, the would-be thief apparently gave up empty-handed after the woman struggled, and instead simply fled the scene on foot.

After the woman called police, officers began a canvass of the area and caught Calendar near the scene, where they found he was also carrying a bag of apparent cocaine.

Calendar was charged with attempted robbery, criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Drinks on you!
A woman allegedly found someone else’s lost credit card, and celebrated by using it to buy a couple of drinks around the corner — but unfortunately for her, the card’s owner wanted it back.

A woman, 22, told police that around 5:45 p.m. on Aug. 17, shortly after leaving Sugar & Plumm, a bakery at the corner of Bleecker and Cornelia Sts., she realized she’d left her wallet in the store. After returning to the shop and not finding the plastic, the woman said she called her bank to cancel it — only to be informed that the card had actually just been used at the Village Tavern, at Bedford and Cornelia Sts.

She promptly called the Village Tavern, where an employee told her the suspect — later identified as Jane Doe, 26 — was still sitting in the place. After the bar employee called police to report the situation, officers showed up to arrest Doe and recover the stolen wallet.

Doe was charged with grand larceny, identity theft and criminal possession of stolen property.

Sam Spokony