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'A Celebrity Entourage Is Not a
Police Department': Five of
Tekashi 6ix9ine's Security Guards,
Including Ex-NYPD Detective,
Indicted for Robbery
Klasfeld
A retired New York City police detective and four
other members of disgraced rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's security team have been indicted for allegedly chas- ing a man through Harlem with flashing lights and sirens blaring on their SUVs and robbing him.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced the robbery and criminal impersonation charges against the five-person security team on Monday.
One of them, 44-year-old former NYPD detective
Daniel Laperuta, faces an additional charge of falsely
reporting an incident in the third degree.
"A celebrity entourage is not a police department, and
Manhattan is not the Wild West," Vance wrote in statement.
The four other members of the rapper's security team are Sammy Sprouse, of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Chris- tian Cortez, of Bridgeport, Conn.; Egardo Cortex, of
Bridgeport, Conn.; and Kristian Fuhse, of Pompano
Beach, Fla.
"As alleged, these highly-compensated vigilantes caravanned through the streets of Harlem with sirens flashing in order to track a man down and steal and break his phone," Vance added. "Along the way, a re- tired NYPD Detective tried to cover up their conduct by lying to his former colleagues and repeatedly claiming the victim had threatened to shoot them.
False reports especially about firearms can carry devastating consequences and fortunately, no one was injured or killed in the actual police response."
Prosecutors claim that the caper began on Aug. 9,
2020, when a 34-year-old and his girlfriend saw the rapper-whose real name is Daniel Hernandez-driv- ing through Harlem.
"When the group saw the victim attempt to record the rapper on his cellphone, they shouted at him and began to chase him as he drove away, according to the district attorney's press release, which does not identify the victim. "The team followed the victim for approximately 20 blocks in three SUVs which were equipped with flashing lights and sirens. When the victim attempted to flag down a marked police car, retired NYPD detective LaPeruta flashed a retired
NYPD member of service card, told the officers that the victim threatened them with a firearm, and re- joined the chase."
'A Celebrity Entourage Is Not a Police Department': Five of Tekashi 6ix9ine's Security Guards, Including Ex-NYPD Detective, Indicted for Robbery Klasfeld A retired New York City police detective and four other members of disgraced rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's security team have been indicted for allegedly chas- ing a man through Harlem with flashing lights and sirens blaring on their SUVs and robbing him. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced the robbery and criminal impersonation charges against the five-person security team on Monday. One of them, 44-year-old former NYPD detective Daniel Laperuta, faces an additional charge of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. "A celebrity entourage is not a police department, and Manhattan is not the Wild West," Vance wrote in statement. The four other members of the rapper's security team are Sammy Sprouse, of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Chris- tian Cortez, of Bridgeport, Conn.; Egardo Cortex, of Bridgeport, Conn.; and Kristian Fuhse, of Pompano Beach, Fla. "As alleged, these highly-compensated vigilantes caravanned through the streets of Harlem with sirens flashing in order to track a man down and steal and break his phone," Vance added. "Along the way, a re- tired NYPD Detective tried to cover up their conduct by lying to his former colleagues and repeatedly claiming the victim had threatened to shoot them. False reports especially about firearms can carry devastating consequences and fortunately, no one was injured or killed in the actual police response." Prosecutors claim that the caper began on Aug. 9, 2020, when a 34-year-old and his girlfriend saw the rapper-whose real name is Daniel Hernandez-driv- ing through Harlem. "When the group saw the victim attempt to record the rapper on his cellphone, they shouted at him and began to chase him as he drove away, according to the district attorney's press release, which does not identify the victim. "The team followed the victim for approximately 20 blocks in three SUVs which were equipped with flashing lights and sirens. When the victim attempted to flag down a marked police car, retired NYPD detective LaPeruta flashed a retired NYPD member of service card, told the officers that the victim threatened them with a firearm, and re- joined the chase."