(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Early yesterday evening at the corner of Wilson Avenue and Troutman Street in Bushwick, a plainclothes police office was shot in the shoulder by a colleague while attempting to arrest a trio of heroin dealers. [NY Times]

On March 4, a Greenpoint woman’s dog was stolen early in the morning from her Sutton Street apartment. [Brooklyn Paper]

The next day on Williamsburg’s Leonard Street, a gun-wielding man held up a victim for his wallet around 4 a.m. [Brooklyn Paper]

Have a look at the two-way protected bike lanes posited for Chrystie Street on the Lower East Side. [Gothamist]

Following a steep rent increase, East Village eyeglasses emporium Fabulous Fanny’s has downsized. [NY Business Journal]

Roberta’s pizzeria will sling pies at Isa in Williamsburg for a week beginning this Monday. [Eater NY]

Nineties threads can now be purchased at DEEPCOVER at 162 Allen Street. [Bowery Boogie]

A Corcoran real estate agent is hoping that the neighborhood moniker “Northeast Williamsburg” will catch on. [DNA Info]