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Cop Says He Never Pulled Gun on Biker


An off-duty police officer has been accused of pulling his gun on a biker in a road-rage incident, a New York Criminal Lawyer reports. The cop, on the other hand, says he was merely taking out his ID – not a weapon.
The officer denies he ever drew his weapon in the heated Greenwich Village confrontation, sources told a New York Criminal Lawyer. Nonetheless, the 29-year-old cop from the 28th Precinct has been played on modified assignment, at least until the details of the incident are better known.
The biker, a 36-year-old salesman from the lower East Side, the cop aimed a gun at his face after the officer almost hit his bike on Bleecker Street. A police source who knew something about the incident told a New York Criminal Lawyer that the cop only identified himself as a police officer. Another source says the officer only pulled out his department ID card and never displayed his gun to the biker.
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