New York’s bail reform and other pro-crime policies are working beautifully. Criminal justice reform means that violent thugs can move from robbery to robbery without missing a beat. It’s a mugger’s paradise and the only downside is the lack of tourists for the thugs and muggers to prey on. But there are the senior citizens.
Ahmad Tucker was arraigned on robbery and assault charges Wednesday after his latest scrape with the law, with police reporting that he knocked the elderly victim to the ground in Lower Manhattan and stole $30 and the man’s MetroCard.
His victim was 93 years old.
And, instead of sending him to prison, Ahmad is being sent to a psych ward, prepping for a “he just needs his meds” defense.
Tucker was arraigned from the Bellevue Hospital prison ward, where he was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, prosecutors said.
Ahmad, like most career super-predators, has a history of this stuff. And of not being held accountable for it.
He was already awaiting trial on an earlier robbery charge in August, records show.
In that case, Tucker and a second man are accused of grabbing a 32-year-old man at the corner of Chrystie and Rivington streets on Aug. 11 and taking his mobile phone and a pair of Apple AirPods. They were quickly nabbed by cops from the 5th Precinct.
AOC’s oppressed working class needs its AirPods to live.
But Tucker already had another case hanging over his head at the time.
Court records show it took three cops to take Tucker into custody on Jan. 29 — with one officer getting slugged — at the corner of Church and Liberty streets after police said he was “throwing small items” at two cops, the records show.
Don’t worry. He’ll be cut loose soon enough. Criminals don’t go to prison in the new Democrat paradise of Escape From New York.
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