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No arrests have been made at this time. “The police commissioner serves at the pleasure of the mayor. The 25-year-old man then drove to his home on East 85th Street and called the 69th Precinct, who then closed off East 88th Street after finding two spent shells in the street.
Trump Says the Election Is Being Stolen. Consider what the world of media would look like without The Intercept. More than half got raises the same year the CCRB substantiated complaints against them. Like other cops in the 75th Precinct, all the lawsuits and CCRB complaints appear to have had little impediment to Grieco’s career.
Who would hold party elites accountable to the values they proclaim to have? Grieco and Ardolino put McClarin in painfully tight handcuffs. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City. In 2015, Wagstaffe and Connor were fully exonerated after DNA evidence cleared them. In addition to all the lawsuits, Grieco has also had 49 allegations made against him through the CCRB. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Discovering evidence that members of the 85th Precinct have been transporting drugs, Michael takes the drives and tries to escape.
Many other precincts have under 50.
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The officer barely faced consequences.
A year later, in the 2018 fiscal year, Grieco was again promoted, this time to sergeant, and got another raise for $20,000 more. On a cloudy night in mid-December 2015, Justin McClarin was asleep in his basement apartment when New York Police Department Officers David Grieco and Michael Ardolino broke into his room. The lawsuits, though, are only part of the story. Officers Ian Gullo and Kevin Martinez patrol the Louis H. Pink Houses in Brooklyn, part of “Operation Impact” in the 75th Precinct on Dec. 18, 2008.
With the law off the books, public-interest advocates, including the press, sought to make the misconduct records public through public records requests and, subsequently, in court — where police unions sued to suppress the information and a judge blocked the release of police disciplinary records until August 18.
A bodega cat looks out of store after shooting at 983 Halsey Street, where a man was shot in the torso.
In the wake of the protests, New York repealed a controversial law known as 50-a, which allowed police to keep misconduct records secret.
The suits have been costly for the city: The resolved cases against Grieco alone have resulted in more than $400,000 in payouts from the city to plaintiffs. There were also several reports of shots fired around the city, but nobody was hit in any of the incidents, police say. Repealing 50-a was one of the few meaningful reforms backed by New York politicians who have long been averse to reforming the police. Officers like Grieco and Ardolino have brought notoriety to the 75th Precinct.
The 78th Precinct, which covers … Andrew Cuomo and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio. The officer with the second-highest number of cases in the precinct has been sued 15 times. According to a database that tracks lawsuits, between 2015 and 2018, Ardolino was sued seven times, with one case settled, three pending, and three with unknown outcomes.
The 87th Precinct is a series of police procedural novels and stories written by Ed McBain (pseudonym of Evan Hunter). Francis is being charged with murder, manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon. In one shooting in Canarsie at about 6:15 p.m., a 25-year-old man driving a grey Infiniti was cut off by young men in a white Mercedes-Benz.
The same vehicle involved in another reported shooting later in Red Hook, Brooklyn. “If we don’t take decisive action knowing what we know now,” he said, “we will send the loud and clear message of continued impunity to the 75th and all precincts through the city.”. Eventually, the investigative news organization ProPublica released an incomplete set of CCRB data, which The Intercept used for its investigation.