Police remembered one of their own on Sunday, with a ride through Harlem. Cops made their way to the 28th Precinct where murdered patrolman Philip Cardillo had been assigned.
The push continues to have a section of Harlem street renamed for a member of the NYPD who was gunned down in 1972, WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman reported.
Congressman Charles Rangel is refusing to endorse a proposal to rename a Harlem street for a slain police officer and Rangel’s was not happy with CBS 2 for even asking about it.
Retired Detective Randy Jurgensen is helping lead the charge to co-name 123rd Street near the stationhouse “Philip Cardillo Way.”