They say the early bird catches the worm; this bird 🐦 got up and headed to One Police Plaza to get a copy of an August 16, 2017 police report which only yielded an all-too-familiar song that we’ve experienced quite a lot where “somehow” “mysteriously” NYPD police complaints are altered and changed with the most subtle of differences that make such changes appear to be “typos” but in fact Wind up closing out the case so a patrol sector doesn’t wind up getting it. I call that corruption at its best.
Well good thing we caught these “mistakes” because the local precinct has immediately been informed of these alterations (and IAB) and the assigned sector squad informed that in fact the complaint is not closed and actually now on the forefront of their minds given that we’ve gone through and discussed the changes that are not correct and reinforced the offense that’s been committed.
I’ve been informed and instructed by the local precinct of how to assist them in continuing to move forward on this complaint despite it not coming up in a regular patrol given that the case was flagged as closed “in error.”
The assigned officers also shed some interesting light given the fact the suspect is listed as being identifiable they also found it interesting, why this was flagged is closed and should not be.
Even further interesting, Police attempted to make an arrest today and apparently according to police, the suspect saw them, quickly removed them-self from sight and refused to answer the door for them….
Not the correct apartment
0895 not 0893
and it’s DENKER-YOUNGS not “YOUNG”