Cop-assaulting NYC teen again on streets after newest arrest
A Manhattan man who head-butted an NYPD cop amid a string of current arrests, together with three for assaulting officers, was again on the streets Saturday, simply days after touchdown behind bars for an additional brazen assault on legislation enforcement, The Put up has realized.
Angel Rivera, 18, could be the newest poster baby for junk justice within the Huge Apple.
On Wednesday, Rivera was arrested for assaulting two cops throughout a late night time melee exterior the 79th Precinct in Brooklyn, police sources mentioned.
Rivera allegedly hit a number of officers with a metallic barrier after which punched the arresting officer within the face, inflicting one to be delivered to Bellevue Hospital, police sources mentioned. Costs ranged from felony possession of a weapon, assault and resisting arrest. Rivera posted bail Saturday in that case, police sources mentioned.
He was collared Sep. 18 for resisting arrest after allegedly blocking site visitors — throughout a protest — by standing on the street alongside the southeast nook of LaGuardia Place and Washington Sq. South. Rivera allegedly head-butted one cop and kicked one other as he was being taken to a prisoner police van, the sources mentioned. Rivera was given a desk look ticket and launched.
“It’s not like we’re not giving second possibilities, however there comes some extent the place sufficient is sufficient,” a senior legislation enforcement supply mentioned. “I imply, he head-butted a cop, and we’re nonetheless giving second possibilities.”
Snarked one other legislation enforcement supply: “I assume the administration thinks it’s OK to maintain releasing him. At this level we’re simply engaged on hope, there is no such thing as a plan.”
On July 22, he was arrested for second-degree assault on the intersection of Lafayette and Price Streets after Rivera was noticed with a gaggle of about 15 individuals standing in the course of the road who refused to go away.
Rivera is accused of throwing a heavy object at one cop, damaging his riot defend, and allegedly pushed one other cop who tried to arrest him after which kicked a 3rd, police sources mentioned.
That very same day, he was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny for unauthorized use of a bank card of a lady who has a courtroom order of safety towards him, legislation enforcement sources mentioned.
On June 3, Rivera was charged with menacing following an incident on the Higher East Aspect the place he allegedly warned a person, “I’ll shoot you” and reached into his personal e-book bag. No weapon was discovered.
Rivera couldn’t instantly be reached.