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Crime Rally Planned After Second Woman Cited For Selling Churros In Subway

15:50  13 november  2019
15:50  13 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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On Monday afternoon, another woman was arrested after selling churros at a different station in Brooklyn. The police said she had two outstanding On Friday, several police officers surrounded Elsa Morochoduchi, a 43-year-old immigrant from Ecuador who was selling churros in a subway station

The churro vendor handcuffed Friday for illegally selling treats in the subway spoke out on Monday. It’s an issue dividing the city and shining a spotlight on health The NYPD responded to two viral videos showing officers handcuffing a woman for selling churros inside a Brooklyn subway station.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A rally will be held today in support of two women cited for illegally selling churros inside subway stations.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Transit Authority President Andy Byford have stood behind the officers’ actions, but other leaders and community advocates say the NYPD is over-policing instead of focusing on more pressing issues within the subway system.

“It’s against the law and it’s creating congestion, and she shouldn’t have been there,” the mayor said.

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A woman selling churros in a New York City subway station was captured on video being handcuffed and hauled away by police officers. Sofia B. Newman captured the encounter last Friday involving several cops, one of them in plainclothes, surrounding the woman , identified as Elsa Morochoduchi

Officers then arrested a second woman selling churros Monday morning at the Myrtle-Wycoff station in Brooklyn, the New York Daily News reported . Police said they learned she had two warrants for failing to appear in court for selling without a license. Scott Stringer, the city comptroller

“I’m very supportive of New York police department. They give us huge support every day in keeping the transit system safe,” said Byford.

Today’s rally is planned for 11 a.m. at the Myrtle-Wyckoff station in Brooklyn, where the latest incident happened on Monday morning. Officers ticketed 41-year-old Maria Corillo and placed her in handcuffs for unlicensed general vending in the subway.

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Three days before, cellphone video taken at the Broadway Junction station went viral, showing another woman named Elsa being detained for illegally selling churros.

Elsa acknowledged to CBS2 that she had been operating without a permit for more than three years and was issued more than a dozen summonses for unlicensed vending. But the mother of five claimed this incident got violent, saying police detained her for 10 minutes and took her food cart.

“Unfortunately, you’re going to find a common thread in all of these incidents, and the common thread is lack of cooperation,” NYPD Transit Chief Edward Delatorre said Tuesday. “When people don’t follow our requests or commands, there’s a potential for escalation. The woman selling food was asked repeatedly to cooperate and she’d be given a summons, and she refused.”

The chief said Elsa was taken to the precinct and released with a summons minutes later.

In the most recent case, investigators found Corillo had two previous outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court on other unlicensed vending summonses. She was escorted to a Queens Court to clear those up.

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