Harlem Community Bands Together to Stop Cop from Arresting 14-Year-Old Girl

“You ain’t have no business putting your hand on a kid.”

After an undercover police officer attempted to arrest a 14-year-girl, the Harlem community banned together. The teen, accused of pushing a button on a police call box, denied she had any involvement, and the neighborhood apparently agreed with. “You ain’t have no business putting your hand on a kid,” said one of the residents. Eventually, the officer agreed.

Check out the video from AJ+ here:
\nCommunity Stops Arrest in Harlem

NYPD cop tries to arrest 14-year-old girl, watch her community not let that happen.

Posted by AJ+ on Monday, May 18, 2015
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