The NYPD was reviewing the arrest on Sunday of an on-duty postal worker in Brooklyn earlier this month that was captured on video, sparking outrage and calls for the officers involved to be fired.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said the worker, 27-year-old Glenn Grays, was almost sideswiped by a police car as he got out of his truck to deliver a package on March 17 on President Street in Crown Heights.
“It is not a crime for someone to voice outrage after almost being struck by a vehicle,” Adams said, speaking at a news conference on March 22. “This could have been another Eric Garner situation if Glenn had not responded as calmly as he did.”
Watch how it all went down: