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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Paper: Full articles: Police charge teen with felony assault in Commodore Barry Pool scuffle

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By Kevin Duggan

Brooklyn Paper

Police cuffed a man for allegedly body slamming a patrolman outside Commodore Barry Pool on June 27, charging suspect with felony assault, despite numerous eye-witnesses who claim that the suspect’s badge-wearing victim exaggerated his account.

Cops cuffed Kamel Hawkins, 18, for allegedly slamming Officer Frank Reddington to the ground near the Flushing Avenue public bath, which Parks staffers closed for the day after the incident.

The incident occurred as dozens of exasperated Brooklynites lined the pool’s N. Elliott Place entrance following a mid-day break at around 4:20 p.m.— 20 minutes after the pool was scheduled to open.

Hawkins and his friend got into an argument, and at one point a city Parks worker grabbed the teen in an effort to break up the fight, according one witness, Daequa Turner, who’s a friend of Hawkins.

Reddington, joined by several other uniformed officers, arrived shortly after and moved to intervened in the argument. As Hawkins walked away, the officer followed him.

The policeman attempted to grab Hawkins, who told him not to touch him, before he lifted Reddington by his arms and threw him over his back, causing him to plummet to the ground, according to Reddington’s complaint filed with Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez’s office.

Dozens more cops swarmed in and slammed Hawkins to the ground, as seen in a video of the scene that this paper published last week.

Several witnesses offered accounts that contradicted law enforcement, claiming Reddington lunged at Kamel from behind, and that at no point did the teen attempt to hurl the police officer, who merely fell as the young man ducked out of the way.

“The kid is walking inside the park, the officer — it was a white officer — he comes behind him and he went to snatch him from behind,” said Sandra Rodriguez. “The kid didn’t know what was going on so he jumped forward and the officer fell back and all of them attacked the kid and they pulled his hair — it was like 10 of them. It was terrible, I was like ‘Please, stop hitting him.’”

Another witness related a similar account and said that the other officers overreacted because they misread the situation.

“I think the white male cop tried to jump on his back and he just felt — the kid — it was a reaction,” said Joachim Carels. “He didn’t know who was behind him. And they thought the cop got body-slammed or something and they went crazy on him.”

Turner said that police failed to give the teen any warning, and that officers were too quick to resort to violence.

“They didn’t say stop or nothing, tackled him for no reason and didn’t ask nobody what happened, or nothing,” he said. “That’s not how you f—— do your job.”

A spokeswoman for police told this paper that the video of the incident did not show the assault and declined to comment further on the conflicting narratives between the department and witnesses.

“The assault you are referring to is not pictured in the video,” Sgt. Jessica McRorie said in an emailed statement.

A spokeswoman for Gonzalez’s office said the investigation into the case is ongoing and thanked this paper for providing the reports and videos, while not responding directly to detailed questions regarding the conflicts in the narratives.

“This is an ongoing investigation. We are examining all of the available evidence and appreciate your coming forward with this information and video as a potential witness in the case,” Helen Peterson said in an emailed statement.

Police charged Hawkins with felony assault for the alleged attack on Reddington, as well as resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstructing governmental administration.

He is currently out on supervised release and is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 12, according to Peterson.

Reach reporter Kevin Duggan at (718) 260–2511 or by e-mail at kduggan@cnglocal.com. Follow him on Twitter @kduggan16.

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By Kevin Duggan

Brooklyn Paper

Police cuffed a man for allegedly body slamming a patrolman outside Commodore Barry Pool on June 27, charging suspect with felony assault, despite numerous eye-witnesses who claim that the suspect’s badge-wearing victim exaggerated his account.

Cops cuffed Kamel Hawkins, 18, for allegedly slamming Officer Frank Reddington to the ground near the Flushing Avenue public bath, which Parks staffers closed for the day after the incident.

The incident occurred as dozens of exasperated Brooklynites lined the pool’s N. Elliott Place entrance following a mid-day break at around 4:20 p.m.— 20 minutes after the pool was scheduled to open.

Hawkins and his friend got into an argument, and at one point a city Parks worker grabbed the teen in an effort to break up the fight, according one witness, Daequa Turner, who’s a friend of Hawkins.

Reddington, joined by several other uniformed officers, arrived shortly after and moved to intervened in the argument. As Hawkins walked away, the officer followed him.

The policeman attempted to grab Hawkins, who told him not to touch him, before he lifted Reddington by his arms and threw him over his back, causing him to plummet to the ground, according to Reddington’s complaint filed with Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez’s office.

Dozens more cops swarmed in and slammed Hawkins to the ground, as seen in a video of the scene that this paper published last week.

Several witnesses offered accounts that contradicted law enforcement, claiming Reddington lunged at Kamel from behind, and that at no point did the teen attempt to hurl the police officer, who merely fell as the young man ducked out of the way.

“The kid is walking inside the park, the officer — it was a white officer — he comes behind him and he went to snatch him from behind,” said Sandra Rodriguez. “The kid didn’t know what was going on so he jumped forward and the officer fell back and all of them attacked the kid and they pulled his hair — it was like 10 of them. It was terrible, I was like ‘Please, stop hitting him.’”

Another witness related a similar account and said that the other officers overreacted because they misread the situation.

“I think the white male cop tried to jump on his back and he just felt — the kid — it was a reaction,” said Joachim Carels. “He didn’t know who was behind him. And they thought the cop got body-slammed or something and they went crazy on him.”

Turner said that police failed to give the teen any warning, and that officers were too quick to resort to violence.

“They didn’t say stop or nothing, tackled him for no reason and didn’t ask nobody what happened, or nothing,” he said. “That’s not how you f—— do your job.”

A spokeswoman for police told this paper that the video of the incident did not show the assault and declined to comment further on the conflicting narratives between the department and witnesses.

“The assault you are referring to is not pictured in the video,” Sgt. Jessica McRorie said in an emailed statement.

A spokeswoman for Gonzalez’s office said the investigation into the case is ongoing and thanked this paper for providing the reports and videos, while not responding directly to detailed questions regarding the conflicts in the narratives.

“This is an ongoing investigation. We are examining all of the available evidence and appreciate your coming forward with this information and video as a potential witness in the case,” Helen Peterson said in an emailed statement.

Police charged Hawkins with felony assault for the alleged attack on Reddington, as well as resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstructing governmental administration.

He is currently out on supervised release and is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 12, according to Peterson.

Reach reporter Kevin Duggan at (718) 260–2511 or by e-mail at kduggan@cnglocal.com. Follow him on Twitter @kduggan16.

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The victim was on Hendrix St. near Dumont Ave. in East New York when a group of five men began shooting about 8 p.m. May 26, cops said.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: At Brownsville vigil for slain cyclist, a focus on inequity in bike lane networks

After 57-year-old Ernest Askew was struck and killed in Brownsville while riding his bike last week, safe street activists and local elected officials gathered Monday evening at the intersection of the crash to mourn his death — and to address the lack of equity in low-income communities of color when it comes to protected bike lanes and street safety.

Dozens of bike riders gathered at the corner of Sutter Avenue and Chester Street to watch as a memorial plaque was put up in Askew’s honor. Just hours before the vigil, another cyclist had been struck and killed by a cement truck just miles away, underscoring the spike in bike deaths so far in 2019.

“Our traditionally forgotten neighborhoods — like Brownsville, East New York — haven’t been cared for, and our cyclists have not necessarily been elevated,” said Courtney Williams, a bike advocacy consultant who works in East New York and Brownsville. “We don’t have world-class facilities on every street to keep every cyclist and every pedestrian safe, and we should.”

Politicians and safe streets activists watch as a plaque is erected in honor of Ernest Askew, who was struck and killed at the corner of Sutter Avenue and Chester Street in Brownsville Thursday. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg
Politicians and safe streets activists watch as a plaque is erected in honor of Ernest Askew, who was struck and killed at the corner of Sutter Avenue and Chester Street in Brownsville Thursday. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg

Brownsville has no protected bike lanes, according to a Department of Transportation map showing bike lanes throughout the city. DOT has proposed expanding bike lanes in Brooklyn, with or without community board support. One Brooklyn councilmember has suggested that community boards’ roles in installing bike lanes should be reduced.

“Here in Brownsville, black bodies should not lie on black asphalt because of crashes,” said Borough President Eric Adams, who spoke at the vigil. “We need to look at the redesign of streets; we need to look at how do we have safe bike corridors. That conversation cannot only be in Park Slope, it cannot only be in Cobble Hill, it cannot only be in Manhattan,” he said.

Adams biked through Brownsville earlier in the year to promote earth week in the city.

As elected officials blasted the de Blasio administration for not doing enough to make Vision Zero a reality, the mayor announced an NYPD enforcement initiative in response to the surge in cyclist deaths citywide.

A young cyclist waits at the intersection Monday where Ernest Askew was struck and killed by a car last week. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg
A young cyclist waits at the intersection Monday where Ernest Askew was struck and killed by a car last week. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg

“I have directed the NYPD to immediately launch a major enforcement action that will encompass every precinct and crack down on dangerous driving behavior like parking in bike lanes,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement. “At the same time, I have charged the Department of Transportation with developing a new cyclist safety plan to make biking in our city safer.”

Earlier on Monday, another biker, identified by police as artist Devra Freedlander, was struck by a cement truck and killed in Bushwick. Video obtained by the Daily Mail showed that Freelander was attempting to cross the street when the truck smashed into her. It was not immediately clear if the driver had a green light, but no arrests were made by police and no criminality was suspected, cops said Monday.

Freedlander was the third cyclist killed in New York City in the span of a week.

“It’s about distracted driving, not paying attention,” said Melvin Askew Jr., Askew’s older brother. “The pedestrian is always right, last I heard. If that changed, tell me, so I’ll know.”

“He was well known in the neighborhood, from kid days,” said a friend of Askew who gave his name as Mr. Jones.

A woman who lived down the street heard the crash from her home and came outside to see Askew fighting for his life. She added that the city needs to put in more speed bumps in Brownsville to avoid these crashes.

“It sounded like a big bomb. It was loud. It was ridiculously loud,” she told the Brooklyn Eagle. “Biking is scary these days. It’s gotten worse. I thought it would get better, but it’s gotten worse,” she said of biking in the city. “He didn’t have a chance.”

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PROSPECT HEIGHTS – LaLou, Prospect Heights’ newest natural wine bar, opened to a line last Thursday for their soft opening weekend. They will take reservations starting this Tuesday, July 2.  “[The opening] went so well. It was busier than we thought, actually,” partner Joe Campanale told Bklyner over the phone. “It was really surprising, we […]

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Paper: Full articles: Thieves targeting kids with trick bikes in Marine Park

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By Chandler Kidd

Brooklyn Paper

Marine Park parents claim their kids are being targeted by older teens intent on stealing expensive trick bikes, saying that as many as five of the high-priced stunt cycles have been nabbed since Memorial Day.

“They keep getting stolen, because they’re expensive and you can do tricks on them,” said Sarah, a Marine Park mom whose 12-year-old son lost his custom trick bike to thieves.

Sarah, who asked that her last name not be used, claims her son was at the Marine Park basketball courts near Fillmore Avenue on May 27, when a teenager approached the boy asking to perform some tricks on his FeCycles trick bike, only to then pedal away the moment he was seated.

Sarah’s husband claimed that a friend of his spotted the stolen bike tied at distant Paerdegat Park on June 6, but that when he went to retrieve it, he was surrounded by knife-wielding teens and decided to back off.

“Seven kids rushed to me, threatening me as I continued to retrieve my son’s bike. I didn’t engage with them, but they were trying to attack me,” said the dad, who asked his name not be used. “I backed away when one of them showed me a knife. I want something to be done because I’m afraid they will graduate to something worse than stealing bikes.”

Another Marine Park mom, who spoke on condition of anonymity, claims that her son was in the park near Fillmore Avenue on June 13, when two kids approached him while he was playing basketball, asking “hey can you teach us how to do wheelies,” before nabbing his custom So Cal Flyer, a trick bike manufactured by SE Bicycles, which retails for between $500 and $700.
Police recorded two additional heists targeting middle-school-aged kids and their bikes within the 63rd Precinct, which includes Marine Park, Mill Basin, and Flatlands.

The first occurred on Flatbush Avenue near Baughman Street on June 13 at 4:40 p.m., when two 12-year-old kids and a 13-year-old approached the victim, 12, and started pressuring him to hand over his bike, before eventually kicking him off and then riding away, cops said.

Cops busted three suspects on June 20, charging the kids as juveniles with robbery, petit larceny, assault and criminal possession of stolen property.

The second theft occurred back in Marine Park near Fillmore Avenue on June 21 at 5:40 p.m., when a crook approached a 13-year-old boy, ordered him off his bike, and then pedaled away, cops said.

Police were unable to provide additional information about the types of bike stolen in those incident, but Sarah and her husband claim they’ve spoken to other parents and are aware of five trick bikes being stolen.

Police have responded to the bike thefts by leading targeted patrols of parks within the 63rd Precinct, and locals are encouraged to contact the precinct to register the bikes with the department, making it easier to return the bikes in the event of a robbery, according a spokesman for the department.

But frustrated parents feel that enough is being done, and Sarah claims she won’t be satisfied until the city allocates a permanent security detail to the embattled park.

“Are Marine Park residents just forgotten? I mean we are people and we have families,” Sarah said. “There should be someone here monitoring the park.”

Reach reporter Chandler Kidd at ckidd@schenpsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–2525. Follow her at twitter.com/ChanAnnKidd.

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By Chandler Kidd

Brooklyn Paper

Marine Park parents claim their kids are being targeted by older teens intent on stealing expensive trick bikes, saying that as many as five of the high-priced stunt cycles have been nabbed since Memorial Day.

“They keep getting stolen, because they’re expensive and you can do tricks on them,” said Sarah, a Marine Park mom whose 12-year-old son lost his custom trick bike to thieves.

Sarah, who asked that her last name not be used, claims her son was at the Marine Park basketball courts near Fillmore Avenue on May 27, when a teenager approached the boy asking to perform some tricks on his FeCycles trick bike, only to then pedal away the moment he was seated.

Sarah’s husband claimed that a friend of his spotted the stolen bike tied at distant Paerdegat Park on June 6, but that when he went to retrieve it, he was surrounded by knife-wielding teens and decided to back off.

“Seven kids rushed to me, threatening me as I continued to retrieve my son’s bike. I didn’t engage with them, but they were trying to attack me,” said the dad, who asked his name not be used. “I backed away when one of them showed me a knife. I want something to be done because I’m afraid they will graduate to something worse than stealing bikes.”

Another Marine Park mom, who spoke on condition of anonymity, claims that her son was in the park near Fillmore Avenue on June 13, when two kids approached him while he was playing basketball, asking “hey can you teach us how to do wheelies,” before nabbing his custom So Cal Flyer, a trick bike manufactured by SE Bicycles, which retails for between $500 and $700.
Police recorded two additional heists targeting middle-school-aged kids and their bikes within the 63rd Precinct, which includes Marine Park, Mill Basin, and Flatlands.

The first occurred on Flatbush Avenue near Baughman Street on June 13 at 4:40 p.m., when two 12-year-old kids and a 13-year-old approached the victim, 12, and started pressuring him to hand over his bike, before eventually kicking him off and then riding away, cops said.

Cops busted three suspects on June 20, charging the kids as juveniles with robbery, petit larceny, assault and criminal possession of stolen property.

The second theft occurred back in Marine Park near Fillmore Avenue on June 21 at 5:40 p.m., when a crook approached a 13-year-old boy, ordered him off his bike, and then pedaled away, cops said.

Police were unable to provide additional information about the types of bike stolen in those incident, but Sarah and her husband claim they’ve spoken to other parents and are aware of five trick bikes being stolen.

Police have responded to the bike thefts by leading targeted patrols of parks within the 63rd Precinct, and locals are encouraged to contact the precinct to register the bikes with the department, making it easier to return the bikes in the event of a robbery, according a spokesman for the department.

But frustrated parents feel that enough is being done, and Sarah claims she won’t be satisfied until the city allocates a permanent security detail to the embattled park.

“Are Marine Park residents just forgotten? I mean we are people and we have families,” Sarah said. “There should be someone here monitoring the park.”

Reach reporter Chandler Kidd at ckidd@schenpsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–2525. Follow her at twitter.com/ChanAnnKidd.

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