Police: Man struck in possible 'knockout' attack on Wilson Street in Williamsburg

A man was assaulted last night in Williamsburg in what may be Brooklyn's 11th 'knockout' assault in the past two months. The alleged assault happened

The NYPD has confirmed the victim was struck in the forehead by a woman who fled the scene.

The NYPD has confirmed the victim was struck in the forehead by a woman who fled the scene. (12/2/13)

WILLIAMSBURG - A man was assaulted last night in Williamsburg in what may be Brooklyn's 11th 'knockout' assault in the past two months.

The alleged assault happened at around 9:30 p.m. last night on Wilson Street. The NYPD confirms the victim was struck in the forehead by a woman, who then fled the scene. Williamsburg community leader Isaac Abraham says the victim was a 26-year-old Hasidic man.

Some residents have asked for extra reinforcement from the police to help patrol the neighborhood.
 

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