Police Watch: Man accused of running over traffic cop’s foot, Man allegedly beat victim with bottle

MAN ACCUSED OF RUNNING OVER TRAFFIC COP’S FOOT WITH CAR
Police arrested 61-year-old Dewei Liang for leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury in front of 37 East 19th Street on Monday, April 15 at 2:25 p.m. An NYPD traffic enforcement agent said that he was issuing a summons to Liang’s commercial vehicle when Liang returned. When the agent attempted to put the summons on the car, Liang allegedly said, “Don’t put that ticket on my windshield; give it to me here.” When the officer handed the summons to Liang, he took the ticket and allegedly moved the vehicle forward abruptly, running over the victim’s right foot and causing pain. Liang then fled the scene, police said. Liang was charged inside the 13th Precinct on Monday, May 6 at 5:50 p.m.

MAN ALLEGEDLY BEAT VICTIM WITH BOTTLE
Police arrested 35-year-old Kaseim McMillon for an alleged assault in front of 155 West 21st Street on Saturday, May 11 at 7:07 a.m. McMillion allegedly punched the victim in the face, then picked up a glass bottle that he used as a weapon and reportedly beat the victim multiple time, causing cuts on the victim’s mouth and cheek. Police said that the victim also had multiple bruises and bumps on the back of his head and was unconscious before police arrived at the scene.

When paramedics arrived, the victim wasn’t able to answer any questions because he said that he could not remember anything, including his name. The victim was taken to Bellevue to be treated and to get stitches on his upper lip.

McMillion was positively identified by the witness who had called 911, who also observed the incident as it was happening. McMillion allegedly told police on the scene that he was only “defending himself.” Police said that McMillon was possibly an emotionally disturbed person.

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