Sept. 9, 2022

The Week in Crime and Policing with Mayo & Mayso

The Week in Crime and Policing with Mayo & Mayso

Angel had a situation and couldn't make tonight's show so Mark is Patrolling solo this episode. Luckily for Mark he's got his POTC family in the Chat to bounce off of. Mark starts off the episode with talking about NYC's Annual West Indian Day Parade and what a drag it is to work it. He explains its a beautiful event that goes on for several days. You can count on overtime if your assigned to the detail. Mark goes into the beautiful costumes and how long they take to make. The wonderful music. The crowd of over a million people and he shows a clip of an NYPD Cop that made the news for "grinding" with one of the dancers from the parade. Mark explains what its like to be in that situation having grinding with a Parade dancer while working the parade and can't understand why anyone would make a big deal out it. Unless you're against humanizing the Police Officers that protect your community. Next up Mark talks about the "punch or shove" a Bronx Cop gave to a women trying to disrupt the arrest of a murder suspect. Kudos to NYC Mayor Eric Adams for coming to the defense of that Bronx Cop. Witnesses should never get involved in police conducting an arrest. A women in Chicago's affluent neighborhood gets robbed in broad daylight. Mark explains what the current patterns are of stick up kids and how to stay aware of your surroundings. This are the top stories Mark covers and there's so much more. Angel was missed but Mark managed to pull together another funny and informative episode of the Week in Crime and Policing. 

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