NYPD Officer Vincent D'Andraia Suspended for Shoving Woman

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Vincent D'Andraia
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NYPD Officer Vincent D'Andraia has been suspended for violently shoving Dounya Zayer onto the pavement during a protest in New York City. The "shove" might as well have been a violent throw given how hard she hit the pavement. Watch the video below this article to see this for yourself. He earned every bit of this suspension, but that is not good enough. He should be fired and criminally charged with assault.


The victim held a press conference after being treated for her injuries. At that press conference she said "Officers who have taken a sworn oath to protect the people, And to uphold the constitution...Are breaking the law, and severely beating, Masing, running over with their car, trampling with a horse...They are beating kids. They beating peaceful protesters." (https://twitter.com/zayer_dounya/status/1268692571846565897)



Public records contain the following address history for Vincent J. D'Andraia:


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HOLBROOK, NY *****

2019 - Now


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CORAM, NY *****

2019 - 2019


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CLAYTON, NC *****

2018 - 2019


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RONKONKOMA, NY *****

2016 - 2018


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EAST NORTHPORT, NY *****

1989 - 2018


POSSIBLE EMAIL ADDRESSES:

roadking31458[a]yahoo.com

nolimitz366[a]aim.com



He has one traffic ticket on his record.


OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC-CONTROL D...


2013


Case Number: MJ-49305-TR-0000689-2013

Case Type: TRAFFIC

Crime Type: TRAFFIC

Crime County: CENTRE

Offense Code: 75.3111.A

Offense Date: 03/23/2013

Offense Description: OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC-CONTROL DEVICES

Charges Filed Date: 03/25/2013

County: CENTRE

Court: MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT COURT

Disposition: GUILTY PLEA

Disposition Date: 04/08/2013


Due to time going by and a decline in public interest in this case, we have removed the home address from this post. It was posted because at the time we believed it might be useful for peaceful protest organizers, but we don't see people really protesting this specific officer anymore and when we did we are not aware of the organizers actually using this information.


The address listing was only intended to be temporary for the duration of peaceful anti-police brutality protests, and although such protests continue we have determined that some addresses including this one are far less useful at this time.

Vincent D'Andraia has been charged with assault

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