Police cuff off-duty cop in connection with assault in Borough Park

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Cops arrested a fellow NYPD officer who they say punched a citizen April 30 in Borough Park, according to authorities.

Chon Huang, 32, was off duty when he assaulted a man at approximately 6 p.m. near the intersection of 60th Street and 10th Avenue, cops said.

First responders took the victim to Maimonides Hospital in stable condition, according to police.

Huang was arrested shortly after 1 a.m. the following day. His status on the force is currently pending an internal investigation, according to police.

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Reasonable discourse

Greg from Greenpoint says:
Even more serving and protecting.
May 3, 9:42 pm
Virginia from Downtown Brooklyn says:
He should have his badge removed, at a minimum. This guy has a history of violence, including an unresolved incident at a noodle factory last year, and connections to a counterfeit pocketbook ring. He is unworthy of the badge.
May 4, 4:04 am
Jay from Park slope says:
This Asian cop should lose his position as a cop and should be in prison for a few years and sued for something like this
May 8, 9:14 pm

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