Goldsborough v. City Of New York et al
Plaintiff was walking with a friend when he noticed an unmarked police car circling the block. The defendants parked the car in front of the plaintiff. Defendant P.O. Cannizzaro was not happy with the plaintiff refused to let him have his cup of juice so he grabbed the cup, smelled it, and tossed it on the grass. P.O. Taveras watched from a few feet away. Defendant Cannizzaro responded to the plaintiff asking if he had the right to seize his cup by asking for ID. Plaintiff's friend asked the defendants for their identities but they refused to give it. After fifteen minutes, the defendants drove off, but not before the plaintiff's friend could snap a picture of the car's license plate.
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