The new Democratic Mayor of new York first stepped into office this Saturday. The first thing he did was to dial 911.
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The new Mayor of The Apple, Eric Adams of the Dem’s party called 911 to report a brawl in a Brooklyn train station on his very first day as Mayor.
“Hours after being sworn in shortly after midnight, Adams was standing on a platform of the J train subway station when he noticed three men arguing among themselves,” the New York Post reported. “Adams was en route to City Hall in Manhattan and appeared to be traveling without a security detail, accompanied only by journalists.”
“Within what Adams said was “only a matter of time,” the three men’s argument turned into a fistfight. The escalation prompted the freshly minted mayor to dial 911, reporting “an assault in progress of three males. Adam had to clarify that it was an “assault in progress” not a “past assault,” after the emergency service operator misunderstood him.”
“Police officers arrived in two squad cars five minutes after the phone call, the Post reported. But by then, the men who were in the scuffle left. Eventually, the cops left as well, without probing into what had occurred. The officers should have “made inquiries,” Adams stated, according to the Post.
The mayor is a retired police captain who had served in the New York City Transit Police and the New York City Police Department for over 20 years.
Promising to be the “people’s candidate,” Adams has stressed that the safety of the city is one of his top priorities after taking office, according to the mayor’s campaign website.