Tag: nypd

While Stop & Frisk Has Decreased Substantially in NYC, Significant Racial Disparities Remain: Report

Photo: Scott Olsen (Getty Images) The good news is that Stop and Frisk—the NYPD’s practice of stopping and patting down people in New York City—has dropped by more than 98 percent since its height and that the rate of violent crime continues to drop. The not-so-good but frankly, not surprising, news, is that the percentage […]

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New York Peace Officer Charged After Punching and Kicking Homeless Man in Shelter Lobby

Photo: Getty Images New York has a problem: Its police have a penchant for brutalizing its marginalized residents. After a verbal altercation at the Bellevue Shelter in Manhattan, on March 6, 2017, supervising sergeant Cordell Fitts and several other officers rushed and subdued a homeless man after he swung at […]

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NYPD Allegedly Tried to Cover Up MS-13 Illegal Alien Accused of Subway Shooting

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is accused of attempting to hide an MS-13 gang member in the U.S. illegally from the public eye after his Sunday arrest for allegedly shooting a rival gang member in broad daylight. Ramiro Gutierrez, 26, has remained in NYPD custody since Monday, after authorities say he shot Abel Mosso, 20, […]

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NYPD demands Google stop revealing DUI checkpoints on Maps and Waze

Water is wet, the sky is blue, and police don’t like people reporting speed traps and other law enforcement checkpoints. The New York Police Department sent a cease and desist letter to Google today, demanding that the company stop displaying DUI/DWI checkpoints in its Waze and Maps applications. “Individuals who post the locations of DWI […]

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NYPD Confirm ‘SNL’ Star Pete Davidson Safe After Saying ‘I Don’t Want to Be On This Earth Anymore’

Actor and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson was confirmed safe late Saturday after several celebrities, his pop superstar ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande, and social media users thought he would attempt suicide after posting an alarming message to Instagram. “i really don’t want to be on this earth anymore. i’m doing my best to stay here […]

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Police Union Issues A Statement That’s Somehow Worse Than How They Treated Jazmine Headley and Her Baby

Screenshot: CBS This Morning On Tuesday, Jazmine Headley, her family, and her advocates received some much-needed good news: the 23-year-old woman, who was arrested after NYPD officers attempted to rip her 1-year-old baby from her arms, was released from Rikers Island, and all charges against her have been dropped. It […]

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All Clear After Facebook Headquarters Evacuated Over Bomb Threat

UPDATE: Police gave the all clear at Facebook’s head office in Menlo Park, California, after a suspicious package was ruled safe around 8 p.m. local time, according to CBS San Fransisco. Read Breitbart News Network’s original report below.  Law enforcement is investigating a bomb threat Tuesday in the vicinity of Facebook’s offices in Menlo Park, California, according […]

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Justice for Jazmine: Charges Dropped Against Mom Whose 1-Year-Old Baby Was Ripped From Her Arms by NYPD

Brooklyn Defender Services, an advocacy group that provides criminal, civil, family, and immigration legal defense to clients in need ,announced that criminal charges have been dropped against Jazmine Headley, a 23-year-old mother who was the subject of a brutal viral video. In the video, filmed last Friday at a social […]

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All Clear Given After CNN’s NYC Headquarters Evacuated Over Bomb Threat

UPDATE: All clear given after CNN’s office in New York City was evacuated due to a bomb threat Thursday evening. Read Breitbart News Network’s original report below.  CNN’s New York City office at Columbus Circle is under evacuation Thursday evening as the New York Police Department investigates a bomb threat near the area, according to CNN host Brian […]

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How the NYPD recriminalized marijuana after the state decriminalized it

Back in 1977, middle class, white New Yorkers got frustrated over being criminalized for smoking weed, so they got the state legislature to decriminalized simple possession of weed — merely having weed in your possession became a civil infraction and if you were caught, you might get a ticket, but that’s it. But […]

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Man Allegedly Used Tinder to Kill, Rape Multiple Women

A man allegedly used the online dating site Tinder to kill and rape multiple women over the past few months, the New York Police Department (NYPD) said. The NYPD told the New York Daily News Friday that Danueal Drayton, 27, allegedly used Tinder and other forms of social media to track down and murder a Queens, […]

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NYPD Investigating Suspicious Packages Left Outside Trump Tower

Several suspicious packages were left outside Trump Tower in Manhattan on Friday, according to reports. NYPD has shut down Fifth Avenue, between East 56th and East 57th streets, as the city’s bomb squad inspect three suspicious packages left outside the building. Law enforcement officials are asking pedestrians to steer clear of the area. Senior NYPD sources […]

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Suspect In Strangulation Of NY Nurse Found With Woman Tied Up In LA Hotel

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police say they finally caught up with a man wanted in connection with the death of a nurse in Queens, discovering the suspect on the other side of the country with another woman held captive in a Los Angeles hotel room. Danueal Drayton, 27, of New Haven, Conn., was taken into […]

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Four years after he killed Eric Garner, NYPD officer is finally facing charges

Tuesday marked the fourth anniversary of Eric Garner’s death at the hands of NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo, whose illegal (and unnecessary) chokehold killed the 43-year-old father of six after officers confronted Garner for selling loose cigarettes. Everyone involved escaped indictment, but this week, the choking officer and his supervisor were served with departmental charges. A grand jury declined to […]

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Eric Garner’s Widow Moves Into Her Dream Home … Without Her Husband or Daughter

Esaw Garner, Eric Garner’s wife, attends a press conference held with her familiy members and the Reverand Al Sharpton calling for further justice and legal action against the police officers responsible in the death of Eric Garner on July 14, 2015, in New York City. Photo: Andrew Burton (Getty Images) Esaw Snipes, the widow of […]

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Four Years Later, NYPD Prepares to Discipline Cop in Eric Garner’s Death

A child holds up a sign outside the Bethel Baptist Church before the funeral for Eric Garner on July 23, 2014, in New York City.Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty Images) 1,462 days after Eric Garner wheezed the words “I can’t breathe” before giving up the ghost on a Staten Island sidewalk, the New York Police Department […]

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Black Lives Matter Activist Plans to File Lawsuit After NYC Cops Allegedly Beat Him, Threw Bicycle at Him During Protest 

Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty Images) A Black Lives Matter protester is reportedly filing a $5 million lawsuit against New York City bicycle cops who he claims beat him during a wrongful arrest back in March. According to the New York Daily News, Walter “Hawk” Newsome was crowded by five cops. Video of the incident apparently […]

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Childhood Friends Slam NYPD for Wrongly Identifying Them as Shooting Suspects, Arresting Them 

Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty Images) Two childhood friends have filed Internal Affairs Bureau and Civilian Complaint Review Board complaints after they were wrongly identified as shooting suspects in Harlem and then arrested. According to the New York Daily News, Anthony Ross, 30, and Saquan Eadie, 29, ran into one another last month at W. 116th […]

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