The 24-year-old said he was washing his 1997 Volkswagen in his driveway when a police officer told him he wasn’t allowed to do that.
Five of the bikers who were allegedly involved in a September 29, road rage incident appeared in court on Wednesday.
Lawyers for the four football fans allegedly involved in the incident appeared before a Municipal Court judge. Noticeably absent were the defendants themselves, who were excused from the first appearance.
Police have charged 40-year-old Jason Brown of Brooklyn with felony assault and gang assault.
Alexian Lien, the sport-utility vehicle driver who was attacked and beaten in a clash with bikers last month, was seen before cameras for the first time since the attack in recent days.
Among others facing possible indictment is undercover NYPD detective Wojciech Braszczok, who is accused of being a key player in the attack.
A seventh biker has been arraigned on charges stemming from the Sept. 29 incident that began on the West Side Highway.
Wojciech Braszczok was arraigned on assault, gang assault and criminal mischief charges.
The NYPD released photos of the two persons of interest who they said were part of the large group of bikers. Police said the two are wanted for questioning.
Slow walkers on the sidewalk, subway delays and large crowds of tourists are just a few of the things that can set residents off. But as a new YouTube video points out, it’s okay to be a tourist — in fact, we welcome you. Just make sure to follow some simple rules.
Police are continuing to piece together the chain of events that led to the confrontation, which was all caught on a camera mounted on the helmet of a fellow biker and posted to YouTube.
The NYPD released a new photo early Tuesday morning of two bikers who investigators said were part of the melee.
Talk about spicing up a marriage without even trying.
A video is making the rounds of a football fan being a football fan. Except this particular Jets diehard is in elementary school — he’s just 7 years old, according to the clip posted to YouTube.
Tang was arrested at his home late Thursday night after a video of the hair-raising drive popped up on YouTube last month. The video, titled “Fastest Loop Of Manhattan 2013,” was posted on YouTube anonymously on Aug. 28.