A person using a bogus police radio sent cops rushing to the Bushwick Houses several times recently with a series of emergency 10-13 calls — the most urgent transmissions made when officers are hurt or under attack, cops said.
Each message sent cops scrambling to the housing complex near Bushwick Avenue and Moore Street, according to the NYPD. It’s unclear how many calls have been made.
All transmissions were made from a makeshift radio that sources said was doctored to work on the city’s official police frequency. Responding officers found nobody hurt or needing help, police said.
By law, it is a crime to make false police reports or phony 911 calls.
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A person using a bogus police radio sent cops rushing to the Bushwick Houses several…
by Tactical-Life / Feb 22, 2013