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Off-Duty NYPD Sergeant Fled the Scene After Colliding with a Bicyclist in Brooklyn

Off-Duty NYPD Sergeant Fled the Scene After Colliding with a Bicyclist in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY – Allegedly, a 27-year-old off-duty NYPD sergeant collided with a bicyclist near the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Brooklyn, New York at approximately 4:00 p.m. on July the 1st. After the cop inspected how badly the bicyclist was injured, a witness who saw the crash approached and started arguing with the off-duty sergeant. According to the witness, the NYPD cop shoved him to the ground and drove off in a rage. Police authorities eventually captured the suspect and charged him with assault and leaving the scene of an accident. The victim cyclist sustained minor injuries.

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