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A man is seen on surveillance footage spray-painting of two uniformed traffic policemen with a bottle of water in the borough of Queens; and David Lee Miller reporting.
A man accused of spray-painting, two New York City police officers with a bottle of water last week, on the heels of another water-dousing incident in which the police department has been arrested, the city’s chief of police announced on Thursday.
Nypd commissioner: James O’neill, who tweeted that stephen Larosa, 35, of Brooklyn, was arrested and charged with obstructing governmental administration and harassment in connection with the July 24 incident.
“The tough guy on the face of two police OFFICERS in the traffic enforcement agents are doing the job the taxpayers want & expect to have been arrested,” O’neill said.
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The images are from a surveillance camera on July 24, in the city’s Queens borough, is now the man, identified as Larosa approached by two uniformed traffic police, and a bottle of water in one hand and what appears to be a cell phone in the other.
The men splashed with the officers of the water and then ran away from the scene. He seems to have used the phone to record the confrontation as it unfolded. No injuries were reported due to the incident.
“Such a behaviour will never be tolerated,” O’neill said on Thursday.
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The police in the past few days, a large number of arrests in connection with the water dousing incident-targeting agents in New York City. Several incidents have been captured on video, which quickly went viral on social media.
One of the men, who were arrested, who the police would tell me was to dump a bucket of water and a prosecutor in Brooklyn, has been identified by the authorities as a member of the band.
NYPD condemn the video’s of the police force shall be flooded with water, with objects being thrown at them
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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 in a press conference last week.
Fox News’ Greg Norman, and Vandana Rambaran, contributed to this report.