Mother, City Leaders Demand Change After Viral Video Of HRA Officers Pulling Child AwayThe video has been seen by millions across the country. Jazmine Headley was arrested at a Brooklyn food stamp center back in December on an outstanding warrant for credit card fraud.
2 HRA Officers Suspended After Video Showing Struggle With Mother Over 1-Year-OldJazmine Headley was holding tightly to her baby son when officers tried to take the 1-year-old away while making an arrest.
Demanding Answers: Mayor De Blasio's Disappearing Act After Brooklyn Mother's Violent ArrestMayor Bill de Blasio has finally broken his near silence on an incident that for days has generated horror around the country.
Trio Of Troubling Incidents Shines Light On NYPD Training ProceduresIs it just a string of bad luck? Or rather systematic problems finally coming to light for the nation's largest police force?
Brooklyn Mother Given Fine, Community Service In N.J. Credit Card CaseJazmine Headley, 23, was released from Rikers Island and reunited with her 1-year-old son, Damone, late Tuesday night.
Brooklyn Mother Released From Rikers Island After Video Of Arrest Sparks OutrageCellphone video captured 23-year-old Jazmine Headley clinging to her 1-year-old son, Damone, telling officers they were hurting the boy as they tried to arrest her last Friday afternoon.
Demanding Answers: HRA Official Lays Out Plan To Avoid Repeat Of Brooklyn Mother's Shocking ArrestIt's the video seen around the country -- a young mother arrested at a Brooklyn food stamp office. On Tuesday, the city social services commissioner apologized as calls mount for steps to ensure it never happens again.
Outrage, Calls For Action Grow In Response To Video Showing Police Officers Taking 1-Year-Old From MotherThe mother, 23-year-old Jazmine Headley, can be seen in the video holding tightly to her baby son as three NYPD officers try to take the 1-year-old away.
Video Posted To Facebook Showing NYPD Officers Taking 1-Year-Old From Mother Creates A StirNYPD and city officials are investigating, after a cellphone video was posted online showing officers pulling a child away from his mother's arms.