An off-responsibility NYPD sergeant was arrested in Brooklyn after refusing to follow a sheriff’s deputy’s orders to move his non-public SUV, police mentioned Tuesday.
Sgt. Anthony Peters was double-parked across from the Kings County Sheriff’s Office on Joraleman Boulevard round 2 p.m. Monday when he refused to transport his Jeep Cherokee, cops mentioned.
Peters then attempted to escape “in a densely populated area and refused to forestall,” ignoring orders that the deputy barked over his PA machine, a police source stated.
Peters in any case halted — but then whilst the deputy tried to arrest him, he flailed his hands and driven the arresting officer away, law enforcement officials stated.
The sergeant used to be charged with resisting arrest, fleeing an officer in a motor vehicle, obstruction of government administration and disorderly conduct.