New York City corrections officer cuffed for moving booted car in Brooklyn: NYPD

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A New York City corrections officer was arrested early Thursday morning for trying to move his booted vehicle in Brooklyn, according to authorities.

On July 1 an on-duty marshal placed a boot on 60-year-old Junior Lewis’s car, police said. Lewis then allegedly got into the car and tried to move the car into the driveway of his Brooklyn home.

At 3:25 a.m., police arrested Lewis and charged him with obstructing governmental administration.