Following a deadly shooting that left one person dead and seven people shot late Sunday night, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said Monday to put reform police politics aside and bring back the police Department’s plainclothes anti-crime unit while taking the abundance of cops deployed in Midtown Manhattan and move them to the higher crime areas of the city.

Adams made his call at a press conference outside an apartment building on Albany Avenue near Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant where the shooting took place at a “sweet 16” afterparty. The gunplay, which took the life of an unidentified as of post time 20-year-old woman, started at a party hall in east New York, police said.

Following a deadly shooting that left one person dead and seven people shot late Sunday night, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said Monday to put reform police politics aside and bring back the police Department’s plainclothes anti-crime unit while taking the abundance of cops deployed in Midtown Manhattan and […]

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