Bill Bratton

New York Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton is on the hot seat for calling rappers thugs after a rapper shot up a T.I. concert, killing 1 man and wounding 2 others on Wednesday.

Rapper Troy Ave, of Brownsville, was arrested early Thursday at NYU Hospital, where he was being treated for a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his leg.

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Troy Ave TI

Rapper Troy Ave was arrested by NYPD less than 24 hours after 1 man was killed and 3 wounded in a shooting at a rap concert headlined by T.I. in NYC on Wednesday.

Police say the 30-year-old Crown Heights resident accidentally shot himself in the leg while firing wildly at rapper Maino backstage at Irving Plaza in Union Square.

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Tabatha Foster

Former NYPD Officer Tabatha Foster filed a $100 million notice of claim against the city, citing years of physical abuse at the hands of her NYPD boss.

Court papers document the seven-year romance between Foster and NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey, whom she claims beat her in a Queens Park.

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mariam dansoko rougui kebe

A 3-year-old Bronx girl was trailing 12 feet behind her mother when she was struck and killed by a car.

The fatal accident happened on Monday morning as little Mariam Dansoko and her mother Rougui Kebe, 30, were crossing the intersection at 164th St. near Gerard Ave.

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A New York woman is suing the NYPD for putting her in a mental hospital against her will.

Kamilah Brock, 32, claims she was sitting behind the wheel of her 2003 BMW C25i at a red light when she was approached by an officer who asked her why she was driving without both hands on the wheel.

Brock told the officer she was dancing while sitting at the red light.

She was arrested and taken to the police precinct. Cops released her a few hours later with no charges.

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The NYPD cop who used excessive force to arrest a former tennis star tried to cover up the arrest, the NY Daily News reports.

Officer James Frascatore (right) failed to file an incident report or inform his immediate supervisors about the wrongful arrest of James Blake, who was on his way to watch the U.S. Open tennis tournament.

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