NYPD cop takes $1,300 in cash from Man
NYPD cop takes $1,300 in cash from Man

NYPD cop takes $1,300 in cash from Man (Video)

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office is investigating after an NYPD cop allegedly stole about $1,300 from a man and pepper sprayed him and his sister in an encounter captured on cell video.

In the latest in a string of cell phone videos made public showing police in confrontations during arrests, an NYPD officer is seen taking money from a man in Brooklyn during a stop-and-frisk.

In the video taken on Sept. 16 outside the Surfside Gardens Houses in Coney Island, a man is pepper-sprayed after the officer reaches into his pocket and takes out cash.

According to published reports, the man said he had about $1,300 stolen from him by the officer. In the video, a man is heard saying “they stole his money.”

Police were called to the scene following reports of a gun, but no weapon was found.

The man’s sister was reportedly also pepper-sprayed after she confronted the officer.

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office and the NYPD are investigating the incident.


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