A southern New Jersey man who racked up six DWI charges in three months last year has been taken off the road for even more time.
A cabbie lost his license Tuesday, after he was caught on videotape grabbing a passenger from the back seat of his taxi and hurling him onto the street.
Police said the wounded officer was shot in the shoulder when four men tried to rob the business. The officer worked for the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority. He was hospitalized in stable condition.
“It’s a lot better place to work than it was,” said Bob McDevitt, president of Unite-HERE Local 54, the union that represents 15,000 casino hotel room service employees.