Cab Hits Horse-Drawn Carriage; Cops Seek Greenpoint Jewelry Store Robbers; Kids Ride Sheep


A cab hit a horse-drawn carriage on Central Park South last night, rear-ending it and throwing a woman out onto the sidewalk and the horse onto the street, with the carriage on top of it, according to a witness. A man in the buggy suffered a head injury that was not life-threatening, and the three other passengers suffered minor injuries. The horse was fine. [NYDN]

Cops are looking for two men who robbed Studio Jewelry in Greenpoint yesterday afternoon, shooting the owner, Richard Sanocki, in the stomach. Sanocki is expected to be OK. There’s surveillance video of the robbery here. [NBC NY]

Mars Bar owner Hank Penza plans to open a new bar nearby in the next few months. [EV Grieve]

A 3-year-old boy was found wandering alone in Battery Park City yesterday after his mother was taken to Bellevue. [NYP]

Little kids ride ‘little bulls,’ or rather, sheep, too. It is called “mutton busting,” and “it builds character.” There is a slideshow, and it also builds character, we think. [NYT]

The Learning Annex takes the worst care of its newspaper boxes, apparently. For shame! [DNA Info]

South Beach, Midland, Cedar Grove, and Seagate Beaches are all closed, with swimming/bathing not permitted, on account of last week’s “sewage issue.” []