An on-duty NYPD cop was caught on camera riding on the back of a dirt bike during a Brooklyn block party — despite a citywide police crackdown on the illegal rides. The clips show the officer in full uniform riding on the back of the bike down Banker St. in Greenpoint. At the end of the clip, the operator pops a wheelie. The Instagram user inserted an emoji to cover the officer’s badge number. ...
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An NYPD officer is under internal investigation after video showed her joyriding on the back of a dirt bike on Banker Street in Brooklyn, defying the NYPD’s own highly-publicized crackdown on the illegal vehicles. The brief, seconds-long clip obtained by The Post shows the officer hugging the dirt biker, who...
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On Wednesday (September 15) just after 7 pm, Virgil rescue crews were dispatched for a dirt bike accident on State Land near Lash Road. The caller was located on Tower Rd near the power lines between Clute and Lash, however the injured party was approximately 1-1.5 miles into the State Forrest near Finger Lakes trail 3.
On Sept. 11 around 9 p.m. Seneca County Sheriff’s responded to an address in the Town of Fayette following the report of an accident involving a dirt bike. After investigating it was discovered that Cole Short, 18, of Fayette, was riding on the property when he struck a piece of farm equipment.
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Town of Fayette, N.Y. – A Seneca County teen sustained serious injurieswhen his dirt bike crashed in the town of Fayette. Cole Short, 18, was riding his dirt bike around 4037 Rt. 96 on Saturday when he struck a piece of farm equipment, according to a news release from the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office Friday.
From the streets to the junkyard. Officials in New York City want residents to know how they are handling illegal vehicles. "We mean business. Let me be very clear,” Bill de Blasio, Mayor of NYC, said. “If anyone out there has an illegal dirt bike, don’t even think about it...
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