Listen: NYPD, Bronx And Chandran discussed on 24 Hour News
"Crazy, very crazy. Yeah. Bad that people are even doing things like this are the NYPD located the vehicle nearly three hours later dumped about five blocks away on seventy eighth street, the three kids. Okay. Taken to the hospital to make sure and to be reunited with their frantic mother. Al Jones ten ten wins in Canarsie wins. News time four fifty a suspect of cops. They beat a man into comas turned himself in twenty two year old Nelson Casteel, the Bronx accused of severely beating and robbing a man over the weekend and university heights. The victim Tacoma charged with robbery and assault. All woman is suing after being shackled by the NYPD when she went into labor. The woman was forty weeks pregnant when she went into labor in a holding cell in the Bronx police took her to the hospital once they're shackled her the lawsuit seeks a change to NYPD policy. So that pregnant women aren't shackled attorney show Chandran says it never should have happened to his client who gave birth while in police custody for violation of an order of protection when she arrived back at the hospital and went into labor the NYPD decided to. Put leg shackles on her as well. Topping our ankles together. He says the officers insisted they were going by their patrol guide. Doctors are telling the officers that these restraints is very dangerous, and they also actually informed the officers that the use of shackles violate state law. The woman is only identified in a lawsuit as Jane Doe because she says, it was humiliating the suit also seeks damages for what it says was a violation of her civil rights Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins. News time four fifty one from the Mavis discount tire traffic center. Here's Jeff."