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Is there anything that symbolizes the NYPD's contempt for its neighbors than the sight of aggressive NYPD SUVs and unmarked muscle cars parked perpendicularly on the sidewalk? This month, we fight back.
If there is a command that treats its neighbors with as much contempt as the 110th Precinct, we have yet to encounter it in this city.
It's time for our latest first-round clash between two of the Bronx's most notorious scofflaw station houses: the 40th on E. 138th Street and the 42nd at the triangle on Washington Avenue.
Manhattan district attorney hopeful Tali Farhadian Weinstein looks to driver-accountability law, technology to curtail reckless drivers.
"We just want justice," said the mom of Imorne Horton. "This is my oldest son and I miss him dearly."