104th Precinct
Man Rampages After Traffic Stop

A driver became enraged after a routine traffic stop and assaulted a Department of Sanitation supervisor.
Department of Sanitation New York (DSNY) Supervisor George Keller issued a parking summons in front of 769 Onderdonk Avenue to a tan Infinity when the owner of the vehicle, Glen Bradley, became hostile and verbally abusive to Keller. He threw the summons in Keller’s face after it was posted to his windshield.
Keller requested ID to issue a littering summons to Bradley, but Bradley became angered and pushed the supervisor.
Keller requested backup and called 9-1-1.
Bradley, increasingly angry, then pulled a box cutter. When officers arrived, they arrested the suspect for menacing with a box cutter, and Bradley was also issued a summons for interfering with a DSNY employee and for littering.

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