Man who allegedly threw brick at NYPD officer freed after posting bail
The man who allegedly threw a brick at an NYPD cop during a late-May George Floyd protest has been freed after posting bail, sources told The Post.
Christopher Cabrera, 25, made his $5,000 bail Tuesday after being arrested Monday in connection to the attack in Manhattan, a few blocks from Union Square, on May 30.
Cabrera, of the Bronx, allegedly threw the brick at a 35-year-old officer in front of 80 University Place just before 10:30 p.m. May 30, clocking the officer in the helmet, according to the NYPD.
The officer suffered a cut and bruise on his face and was treated at a nearby hospital, the department said.
Cabrera was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of assault and riot.
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