From the Daily News:
A Bronx detective is under investigation for blowing off the brutal beating of a young college student by a gunman who broke her jaw.
As questions swirl about city cops minimizing crimes to cook their stats, the victim's mother said the detective wouldn't even look at a video she found of the attack.
Tatjana Sevilla, 22, was jumped at the door to her family's Castle Hill home on Jan. 15.
She managed to fight off the gunman, who was trying to force his way inside, but he fractured her jaw with a punch before fleeing empty-handed.
The student's mother, Cecilia Sevilla, said the attack was at first classified as a misdemeanor assault.
When she and her daughter went to see Detective Rene Narvaez at the 43rd Precinct to report the attacker had a gun and fractured Tatjana's jaw, the women said Narvaez acted as if he had better things to do.
"He said it would have helped if I had seen [the attacker's] face or recognized his face," the victim remembered. "I just feel like he wasn't really interested in investigating it."
Cops wouldn't upgrade the assault to a felony, despite the fractured jaw or the gun.
When the mother retrieved footage of the attack from a neighbor's surveillance camera, Narvaez wouldn't look at it, she said.