'Exonerated': or 'Within NYPD Guidelines' - The alleged conduct occurred but did not violate the NYPD's own rules, which often give officers significant discretion.
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Named in 3 known lawsuits, $7,000 total settlements.
Barreto, Jose vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 19CV07156,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, January 14, 2020, ended July 27, 2021
On Dec 22, 2016 officers Carlos Miranda, Arnaud Polynice and Matthew Lambert stopped a vehicle Mr. Barreto's (plaintiff's) three sons were in, allegedly for tinted windows. One son facetimed Mr. Barreto's wife and she heard a physical struggle between the officers and her sons. Mr. Barreto and his wife arrived at the scene and saw six officers punching their son. Mr. Barreto asked what was happening and several officers approached. One officer punched Mr. Barreto twice in the throat, later took his badge from under his shirt and said "if you want to fight me we can go around the corner." Mr. Barreto went to the 88th precinct to make a complaint about the use of force but the officer at the desk refused to assis...
Droughn, Khyle Shalah vs P.O. Randolphe, Billy, et al.
Case # 515266/2019,
Supreme Court - Kings, August 26, 2019
Senior, Patrice vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 15CV02394,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, April 30, 2015
While entering a subway station, Plaintiff heard Defendant Officer yell "get out of my station" and then grab, shove, and throw her into police car and take her to a precinct. Charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and trespassing, which were eventually dismissed.