The Brooklyn letter carrier who was arrested on St. Patrick’s Day while delivering mail after an unmarked cruiser full of out of uniform, joy-riding NYPD cops nearly hit him is suing the city. From the New York Daily News:
A postal worker who says he was falsely arrested after clashing with cops on a Brooklyn street has a special delivery for the city — a new lawsuit.
A lawyer for Glenn Grays said his March 17 caught-on-camera arrest traumatized him so badly that he is still unable to return to work.Grays, 27, of East New York, said he was on duty and driving along President St. in Crown Heights when an unmarked police car nearly hit his mail truck.
He shouted something in frustration, he said, and the police car stopped and backed up. The officers demanded his ID, cuffed him and took him away. The scene was caught on several cameras including a cellphone video.