Saturday, July 5, 2014

Police deny that they damaged a car


"This is the car two detectives hit last night (July 1) right after a stop and frisk. It's in front of 43-14 Bowne Street, Flushing between Cherry Ave and 45th Ave. The NYPD has yet to show up. Cops were called at 2 A.M and repeatedly by the owner. So far, two marked NYPD cars have driven by and did not stop and at least 3 detectives have driven by and haven't stopped. A call went in to the Community Affairs at the 109th and a call has gone in to Senator Avella still nothing!!!" - Anita

Update: "The cops finally showed up after 6 hours telling the owner that it couldn't have been a detective, then said it took so long to respond because all the 109th officers were on emergency which is bullshit! We counted 4 marked cars that drove by slowly and a few undercovers. Then the cop did not believe what time the owner started calling 911 and asked to see his phone and proceeded to tell the owner of the car that it won't be investigated because no crime was committed !!"

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

And here I thought the NYPD only acted like this when the victim was a pedestrian. The whole force is rotten. The culture that produced Eppolito and Caracappa is still around today...

Anonymous said...

NYC cops suck! Fire all the management and the really low IQ ones working in Queens and start all over again!

Do these morons even attend college? And not the adult daycare center that calls itself Queensborough?

Anonymous said...

Omg, omg, omg, who are you cop haters going to call when someone robs your mom or breaks into your home etc....

I'll tell you one thing, expecting the NYPD to hell you in anyway is tantamount to a fantasy.

Im wrong. Expecting the NYPD to not destroy your life when you encounter them is tantamount to a fantasy.

Anonymous said...

how do u know it was a police vehicle , something sounds off here

Anonymous said...

Something isn't right here. You don't get damage like that without there being some major damage to another vehicle as well. That damage isn't consistent with being hit by another car driving by. How does the owner of the car know that their car was hit by a police car "after a stop and frisk?" And then the update that it "couldn't have been a detective?" What's that got to do with anything? An officer doing the alleged stop and frisk in the first story wouldn't be a detective. Why, in this day and age, aren't there pictures of the accident when it happened? Everyone's got a phone with a camera now, and if you're out there to witness the stop and frisk, and then the accident that happened, where's the photo proof?

Something ain't right with this story.

Anonymous said...

Why couldn't it have been a detective? How about a plainclothes officer mistaken for a detective? Why aren't the police investigating regardless?

Anonymous said...

Call internal affairs and ask them to get the logs reporting vehicle damage.

Anonymous said...

This is the service you get when you let the pols cut 5,000 cops and 600 civilians.you can't have an increasing populace and less cops......

Anonymous said...

This isn't a 911 matter. If you car is hit and left on the street like this, all you need to do is go to the precinct and file a report. File in the report that it was an NYPD hit and run. Seems like the car owner is looking for multiple excuses to pin blame on cops for something here, and is using this damaged car to build a false case.

Queens Crapper said...

This most certainly is a 911 matter. When you want to file a report, that's what you do.

Anonymous said...

This most certainly is a 911 matter. When you want to file a report, that's what you do.

It most certainly is not. 911 is for EMERGENCIES. This is not an emergency. The accident has already taken place. Calling 911 for this incident is a waste of resources.

Queens Crapper said...

You're wrong. You can call 911 to report an incident or to file a report. When my credit card info was stolen, I called the precinct and was told to call 911 to file a report.

Anonymous said...

You spoke to someone lazy on the TS at the precinct.

Don't be a douche, Crappy. You know 911 is for emergencies.

http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_prevention/911emergencycallprotocol.pdf

Queens Crapper said...

I guess the NYPD's crime prevention team is also lazy?

NY1 Exclusive: NYPD Investigating Complaints of Credit Card Fraud Following Muni Meter Use

People with non emergencies are being told to call 911 to report incidents. I'm not being a douche.