The officer doused using all the liquid was doing good, authorities said
The NYPD told Fox News that officers in Brooklyn tried to pull a 2000 Lincoln Town Car being pushed by a 44-year-old guy before 8 a.m.. After the driver is asked if he gets his driver's license and automobile registration, the defendant says no, based on police body footage.
The motorist then tries to escape the automobile.
"Why are you really getting out for?" The officer asks.
When the car door opens, the guy throws an unidentified liquid compound in the officer's management, which strikes him in the face, authorities said. The driver flees along with the officer backs off into his patrol car.
Authorities put a description of this guy and his vehicle and he had been halted by other officers a brief time afterwards. He threw a lit Molotov cocktail in their patrol car. The jar bounced off the cruiser and smashed on the road, police said.
After his arrest, authorities found more Molotov cocktails, police said.
"This is actually the violent behaviour their anti-police rhetoric has motivated," he wrote in an article . "Until politicians prevent encouraging violence and hatred towards police officers, we have to be ready to confront such strikes AT ALL TIMES, both on and off duty"
At a tweet, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea stated"Words matter" following the episode.
Before this week we stated that after graffiti that surfaced"kill cops" This afternoon. . A Molotov cocktail thrown in an inhabited marked police car Today more than ever is the opportunity to come , to move ahead together," he wrote.