Fulop tapped Howard Safir, a former New York Police commissioner, to search from sea to shining sea for a public-safety director. Safir's choice was James Shea, an NYPD deputy chief.
And the NYPD's inspector general documented that calls to the NYPD for emotionally disturbed persons went up 10% from 143,000 in 2014 to 157,000 in 2016.
"In 1996, at age 23, Tawfiq was arrested in upstate Ithaca on charges including 3rd degree criminal possession of a weapon — a violent felony — resisting arrest, and marijuana possession. Tawfiq claimed he went to protect a cousin who was threatened by drug dealers, and was caught with a friend who brought guns."
Are you kidding me????? This wasn't a joint or speeding ticket, this guy is a violent felon, regardless of what he pled down too-APN
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