Police Blotter, Week of Aug. 20, 2015

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.

Bagel blowup
Police said that the cream cheese hit the fan at Bagels on the Square, at 7 Carmine St., on Sun., Aug. 2, around noon, between two counter workers who schmeer the bagels and make the sandwiches.

According to police, one man first pushed the other in the back, then cut him on the wrist with a knife. E.M.S. medics were called but it was not immediately clear if the victim received treatment or declined it. He was not taken to an area hospital.

William Bonilla, 32, of Manhattan, was arrested and charged with assault and misdemeanor possession of a weapon.

A police spokesperson said the victim, 30, told cops that the two men had a history of verbal altercations.

Speaking from the store this Wednesday, Marcos Velavquez, another counterman, said he had been on vacation at the time of the incident, but that Bonilla was still working at the deli.

“He’s still there,” he said. “The other guy quit.”

Arrest in anti-gay assault

Police arrested a Queens man on Aug. 12 for shouting homophobic slurs and attacking a gay couple in Soho earlier this month.

Thomas Clabough, 57, has been charged with assault and attempted assault, both as hate crimes, police said.

The couple, Daniel Lennox-Choate, 30, and Larry Lennox-Choate, were at a magazine store and deli at 186 Prince St. at around 2:30 p.m. on Sun., Aug. 2 when a man entered the place to buy beer, according to several news outlets.

Clabough allegedly started shouting anti-gay statements at the couple — who were the first to marry at West Point Military Academy in 2013 — and threw punches at them. He allegedly struck Daniel in the face causing minor injuries, according to police and reports. The victim refused medical attention at the scene, police say.

Subway stabbing
According to police, a 21-year old man who got into a dispute with four other men in their 20s was stabbed once in the torso on the N/Q/R platform of the Union Square subway station on Sat., Aug. 15, at 4:10 p.m. He was removed to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition.

Police said the first suspect was wearing all black with a black backpack; the second suspect was shirtless but was holding a white shirt in his hand and wearing black shorts and black sneakers; the third man was wearing a white tank top and light-colored sneakers; and the fourth alleged perp had on a red baseball hat, black shorts and white-and-black sneakers. They all ranged in height from 5-foot-8 to 6-foot-2 and all fled in different directions.

Hudson River Park perv
Police said they caught a man, 31, masturbating near playing children in Hudson River Park on Thurs., Aug. 13. Another man, the same age, reported his suspicions of inappropriate behavior after he reportedly viewed the other man open his pants and expose his penis shortly after 11 a.m. The incident occurred about 15 to 20 yards away from children playing near the northwest corner of W. 11th and West Sts., in the waterfront park, according to a police report.

A search for a suspect resulted in the arrest of Donovan Clarke, 31. He was charged with public lewdness, a misdemeanor.

Lamb glass slam
A woman allegedly broke a beer bottle and swung it at a fellow patron of The Slaughtered Lamb bar, at 182 W. Fourth St., around 11 p.m. on Tues., Aug. 11. The 28-year-old victim was taken to Lenox Health Greenwich Village to treat a laceration.

Johanna Lopez, 33, was arrested and charged with felony assault. The report did not explain what motivated the attack.

Chase across the tracks
The subway system served as an escape route for a panhandler ironically seeking a free MetroCard swipe on Wed., Aug. 12. Police observed the man allegedly accosting straphangers at the station at W. 14th St. and Eighth Ave. at 8:50 p.m. that night. He fled into the system soon after police requested to see his ID.

The suspect jumped down onto the northbound tracks and ran across to a waiting southbound E train. But police caught up with him and forced him back onto the platform before he could get away.

Babacar Mbaye, 27, flailed his arms attempting to resist arrest again, police said. He had an open warrant, according to the report. He was charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor.

Night out ends in cuffs
A couple out in the Village for the night gave each other bloody noses on Thurs., Aug. 13. The two Upstate residents began arguing at about 11 p.m. when the blows began to fly, according to a police report. Both refused medical attention after police arrived. Boyfriend Rene Chino, 21, then turned his wrath toward police officers, who reported that he yelled, cursed and screamed at them.

Chino and girlfriend Katherine Loja, 19, were arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault.

— Zach Williams, Lincoln Anderson and Dusica Sue Malesevic