Councilmember-at-large Omari Shakur had stopped his SUV in the middle of the street, and when cops asked him to move, he ignored them. Then things got worse, reports CBS2's Scott Rapoport.

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Newburgh Councilman Launches Into Ugly Tirade During Police Traffic StopCouncilmember-at-large Omari Shakur had stopped his SUV in the middle of the street, and when cops asked him to move, he ignored them. Then things got worse, reports CBS2's Scott Rapoport.
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