Police do not believe after Wannabe Rapper accused of shooting police is released on bail

A 16-year-old boy accused of shooting a New York City police officer is back on the street after a judge released him from jail for $250,000.

Follow Daily callerCamrin Williams was arrested last week after shooting officer Kaseem Pennant in the Bronx borough of New York. Williams is an aspiring rapper who goes by the stage name “C Blu”.

The New York Post reported that the suspect was a member of a subset of the Crips gang known as the Reywey Crew.

On January 18, officers responded to reports of an unruly mob that saw Williams approaching a vehicle with his hands in his pockets. He refused to extend his hand after repeated requests from policeleading to a struggle.

During the confrontation, a bullet from Williams’ gun exploded, lodged in his groin and stabbed Pennant in the leg, the Post reported. Pennant was hospitalized overnight.


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Williams was charged with attempted murder as well as possession and use hand gun.

This is not the first gun-related charge Williams has faced. He was arrested and charged with illegal possession of a firearm at the age of 14.

Despite the suspect’s record and the severity of his latest crime, Judge Denis Boyle on Thursday made the decision to release him from a juvenile facility after he I registered a conviction.

New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch opposed the move.

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“If anyone wants to know why we have a violent crisis in this city, or why we are about to bury two heroic police officers, look no further than the release at this disgraceful foreigner,” Lynch said in a statement.

“This individual has chosen to carry a firearm illegally, twice. He chose to fight and shoot a New York City cop. There’s no reason to believe he won’t do the same when he hits the street tonight. Shame on Judge Denis Boyle for letting this happen. The people in the Bronx won’t be safe as long as he’s on the bench.”

A spokesman for the Office of Court Administration understood Lynch’s anger but said it was aimed at the wrong party.


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“The anger that the PBA president is projecting at the judge, who is following the law, should be directed at the individuals who enacted those laws,” he said in a statement, according to the Daily Caller.

Radical lawmakers in New York have been criticized for their lenient response to increased crime. The Daily Caller reports that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg promised not to imprison people for certain crimes.

“The office will not seek a corporal punishment other than murder or other circumstances involving the death of the victim, a Class B violent felony in which a deadly weapon causes bodily harm. serious, felony domestic violence, sex crimes in Article 130 of Penalties. Law, public corruption, racket or major economic crime,” Bragg said on Jan. 3 Remember board.

Additionally, New York lawmakers changed the law in 2019 to significantly reduce the number of crimes a judge can bail. Most of the other crimes on that list are violent felonies, Fox News reported.

New York conservatives have asked Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul to consider changes to bail reform legislation. Despite the increase in crime, Hochul showed no interest in changing the law.

https://www.westernjournal.com/police-disbelief-wannabe-rapper-allegedly-shot-cop-let-bail/ Police do not believe after Wannabe Rapper accused of shooting police is released on bail


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