Named in 11 known lawsuits, $224,500 total settlements.
Hennegan, Nicole, et Al vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 22CV01295,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, March 17, 2022, ended August 16, 2022
On January 9, 2021, Plaintiffs’ home was broken into by several police officers unlawfully, claiming to search for guns. Plaintiff Nicole arrived home later to find police occupying their apartment and asked for a warrant, but no warrant was shown to her. The officers damaged the front door and bedroom doors. Plaintiff Nicole was handcuffed while they searched the place. Plaintiff Shaundell arrived home later. Upon arriving home, the officers took Shaundell from his vehicle, and escorted him to the apartment, and handcuffed him to a chair, along with his relatives including Nicole. The officers seized a broken embosser from the closet of plaintiff Shaundell’s bedroom.
Harrison, Shameek vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 523663/2019,
Supreme Court - Kings, December 12, 2019, ended February 8, 2021
Lane, Jayquan vs P.O. Xylas, Mark, et al.
Case # 514281/2017,
Supreme Court - Kings, March 8, 2018, ended November 30, 2020
Satterwhite, Charles vs P.O. Kelley, Christopher, et al.
Case # 513018/2017,
Supreme Court - Kings, March 8, 2018
Parker, Robert L. Jr. vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 501780/2018,
Supreme Court - Kings, January 29, 2018, ended October 27, 2022
On November 17, 2016, Plaintiff Robert Parker was pulled over while a passenger in a taxi cab. The officers ordered him, along with the other passengers and the driver, out of the cab. They searched the cab and found no contraband. They handcuffed Mr. Parker and placed him under arrest without any legal justification; he was not read his Miranda rights. Mr. Parker was forced to appear in criminal court on several occasions for baseless charges which were ultimately dismissed on January 19, 2017.
Thomas, Marie vs Police Officer Romando Julien, Shield No. 08171 et al.
Case # 518702/2017,
Supreme Court - Kings, November 13, 2017, ended January 27, 2020
Abram, Melissa vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV05682,
U.S. District Court - Southern District NY, July 18, 2016, ended April 27, 2017
The plaintiff went to the 81st Precinct to make a complaint concerning her landlord. The plaintiff entered through the side entrance of the precinct assuming it would be fine and passed many officers, none of which said she could not enter through the side door. Once at the front desk she was rushed at by four officers who pushed her out the front door and then used a taser on her with two darts over her left chest and neck (the areas explicitly told to officers to avoid). The plaintiff was then taken to the emergency room.
Connor, Edgar vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 15CV02590,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, May 13, 2015, ended January 25, 2017
Defendant Officers approached Plaintiff while he was legally parked on the street, arrested him, took him to the 81st Precinct, and gave him a summons for Dis Con and a citation for parking in a no-standing zone. All charges later dismissed.
Berry, Chris vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 000034/2015,
Supreme Court - Kings, January 12, 2015
Jones, Mike, et al. vs Officer Galvin, Ryan, et al.
Case # 14CV04095,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, December 19, 2014, ended February 6, 2015
Greene et al v. The City of New York et al
Case # 15CV06436,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY
First Amended Complaint
Defendant Officers forcibly entered the Plaintiffs home, shoved, handcuffed, and assaulted Plaintiffs. Defendant Officers tased one Plaintiff who then suffered a heart attack and had to be taken to a hospital where he was shackled to the bed. Charges were filed against Plaintiffs which were all later dismissed.