Just in case.
Get down! Get down!
Guerrilla street art must be stopped.
Jumaane Williams and the police just can't seem to get along.
Downgrading crimes to pad the stats seems to still be occurring.
Though much was familiar, the movement has seen some changes since last September.
Service on the 1/2/3 line was suspended last night as dozens of cops searched for him.
Though the NYPD would prefer for you to think of him as the "Occupy Wall Street Rape Suspect."
"It's kind of bizarre."
Police are "hunting for a rapist among them."
“Police infiltration of social media should be closely regulated.”
The NYPD insists there's no problem.
Luckily for Luis Solivan, a neighbor was filming his arrest through the window.
They're calling for the Bronx D.A. to investigate.
There was also a three-hour standoff between the NYPD and the thieves.
Police found fifteen handguns, assault rifles, smoke grenades, and more in an empty Yonkers home.
"These criminals have a magic act."
See? All better.
And they ran a red light.