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The New York City Police Department has arrested a fourth person in connection with a series of water-dousing incident at uniformed officers in the Bronx earlier in the week.
Robert Perez, 24, was arrested Thursday night and charged with criminal mischief, harassment, criminal tampering, and disorderly conduct, after a viral video surfaced on Wednesday of him, dousing the two female officers in the water. The police believe that Perez was involved in a similar incident in the Bronx on Thursday.
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The Sergeants Benevolent Association tweeted the images from Wednesday’s incident, proclaiming “the NYPD Officers are in trouble!” and slammed the NYPD Police Chief Terence Monahan, the question is: “what is an Arrest”.
“Don’t act tough, and talk, and to stop blaming the police, and if you can’t handle the job, maybe you have, and O’ Neil needs to find a new job.” the SBA said, ” it’s to take aim at the Police-Officer-James O’neill, as well.
“Any cop who thinks that it is good that they are able to walk away from something like that, maybe they should reconsider whether this is the profession for them,” Monahan said on Tuesday, in response to the video of the police running away from the water and assaulted in the streets.
Both Monahan and O’neill, has been appointed by the Mayor of New York, Bill the Blasio, who has come under heavy criticism from the police officers, who have in the past turned their backs on him over his refusal to defend officers against criticism by the ” Black Lives Matter advocates. President’s Home, called the ” Blasio “a terrific mayor, and demanded that he “immediately” in response to the water-dousing incident.
Police are still searching for additional suspects involved in a separate incident in nyc in which a person tossed in a red bucket filled with water, that the officer in the head on Sunday. The NYPD released photos of several suspects they believe were involved in the incident.
The police have also arrested one member of the gang, which is believed to be the perpetrator of yet another incident in Brooklyn, which is a viral video that showed a uniformed POLICE officer will be topped up with water and when the officers went out on the streets. The man has approached to one, and poured a bucket of water over his head. The officers seemed to be deliberately ignoring the point of attack.
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New York City councilmembers called for the District Attorney’s office is to enforce harsher penalties on those who attacked the police station.
“The people who are responsible for these crimes, they should be prosecuted, they should be held accountable, and yes, they need to be charged with a criminal offense,” the City of New York, and is a Member of the Council, Eric Ulrich said at a press conference on Tuesday.