New York City law enforcement scams in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct on July 23, 2022.

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Today, July 23, 2022 at about noon, I parked a bicycle rental on 9th Ave and 21st St in Manhattan. 

I forgot that I had a laptop from my college in the basket. 

I walked towards the Laundry Club on 24th St and 9th Ave in Manhattan. 

Before I arrived at the laundry club I realized I forgot the laptop. 

I went back to the bicycle and the laptop was gone. 

I then went to the NYPD 10th Precinct on West 20th Street. 

There was a couple, woman and man, standing outside talking with a police officer. 

I waited across the street for about thirty minutes until it was my turn. 

I suspect that the NYPD and New York City law enforcement wanted to get pictures and videos of me standing next to the couple in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct for one reason or another. 

In my opinion, people I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass and sabotage me every day. 

New York City law enforcement is trying to get me kicked out of every place I go. 

New York City law enforcement has civilians, regular people, follow me into businesses and harass me everywhere in Manhattan. I call the people New York City law enforcement’s civilian scam team. 

New York City law enforcement’s civilian scam team crash into me, tease me, harass me, shove their phones in my face, etc. 

After I waited across the street from the NYPD 10th Precinct for about thirty minutes, I noticed that the couple weren’t there anymore so I walked into the precinct. 

An NYPD Detective walked up to me and said we had spoken on the phone a bunch of times before the NYPD blocked my phone number. 

I told the NYPD Detective what happened. I said I would like a police report just in case someone does something illegal with the laptop it would be documented that it was lost or stolen. 

While I was speaking with the detective the couple that was standing in front of the precinct for thirty minutes when I showed up, got on both sides of me with another person standing on the sidewalk recording and taking pictures of the three of us with a phone. 

The NYPD Detective asked if I wanted to walk around, the two of us, and look for the laptop. I said no. 

The NYPD Detective asked if I wanted his phone number and email. I said no. 

We went around in circles a bunch of times so I just said it’s OK I’ll go to another precinct and ask someone else for a police report. 

In addition to the couple, woman and man, that was posing for pictures around me in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct, there was someone else. 

There was a woman that walked up and was also pretending she was with me in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct.

In my opinion, New York City law enforcement wanted pictures and videos of me with the couple, woman and man, in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct.

New York City law enforcement also wanted pictures of the woman by herself and me in front of the NYPD 10th Precinct. 

This is the email I sent to my college because the laptop was loaned to me from CUNY. 

Greetings Help Desk,

I was riding a citi bicycle rental. 

I left the laptop in the bicycle’s basket. 

I walked a few blocks away and then realized I forgot the laptop. 

When I got back the laptop was gone. 

The laptop still has the stickers from CUNY attached. 

Please let me know who I should notify at the school just in case someone found the laptop and returns it. 

If I owe money, please let me know and I’ll take care of it when I receive my student loan refund in August or September. 

I am very appreciative that Baruch College and CUNY was considerate enough to help me obtain a laptop and I want to make this right. 

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

Now I’m at the NYPD 14th Precinct. 

Everyone is being respectful although in my opinion, the NYPD always has to run scams on me.

While I’m waiting to speak with a police officer at the NYPD 14th Precinct another person walks in looking for a police report. 

The other civilian starts trying to talk with me and I ignored him. 

Then the NYPD ran one of their classic scams on me. 

The other civilian that was trying to speak with me cuts me in line. 

I’m used to it, they do this all the time, so I don’t say a word. 

Then the civilian is standing at the NYPD 14th Precinct Desk and the NYPD officer at the desk starts talking with me with the person standing there.

That way if anyone looks at the security cameras for the NYPD 14th Precinct it looks like someone is standing at the desk to get a police report and I’m next in line being inconsiderate. 

When the police officer started talking to me I said it’s OK that person can go first. 

The police officer said no, your first with the civilian staring at me.

I said my laptop was lost or stolen. 

The police officer said go into another room and they would look into it.