A Brooklyn teen was arrested for going on a three day mugging spree last week—a spree during which he allegedly only demanded $1 from each of his victims. Police say that the 15-year-old suspect, whose name has not been released, robbed at least six kids between the ages of 12-16 between Monday and Wednesday last week in Carroll Gardens.

In all of the incidents, the suspect flashed a knife on the teens and tweens and demanded $1 from each victim. The suspect was unsuccessful in four of the incidents; he ended up netting $12 from a 13-year-old victim, and the wallet of a 14-year-old (it's unclear how much money was in the wallet). You can see a full list of the incidents below.

Incident# 1 On May 20, 2013 at approximately 0720 hours, the suspect approached a M/H/12, in the vicinity of Court St. and 2nd place, brandished a knife and demanded $1. The victim resisted and fled the scene. There was no property removed. Incident# 2 On May 20, 2013 at approximately 0820 hours, the suspect approached a M/H/14, in the vicinity of Henry St. and 2nd Place, brandished a knife and demanded $1. The victim resisted and fled the scene. There was no property removed. Incident# 3 On May 20, 2013 at approximately 0829 hours, the suspect approached a M/H/15, in the vicinity of Court St. and 2nd Place, and demanded $1. The suspect searched the victim's pant pockets and fled the scene without property. Incident# 4 On May 22, 2013 at approximately 0750 hours, the suspect approached a M/H/13, in the vicinity of Smith St. and President St., brandished a knife and demanded $1. The victim complied and handed cash to the suspect. Incident# 5 On May 22, 2013 at approximately 1630 hours, the suspect approached a M/H/16, in front of 354 Hamilton Ave., brandished a box cutter and demanded $1. The victim resisted and fled the scene. There was no property removed. Incident# 6 On May 22, 2013 at approximately 0800 hours, the suspect approached a M/W/14, in the vicinity of Smith St. and President St., and demanded money. The victim complied and handed his wallet to the suspect.

The teen, who lives in Red Hook, has been charged with robbery after he was identified in a lineup at the stationhouse by the victims.