More incidents in the Buffalo Police Department
|Date||Apr 18, 2017|
|Department||Buffalo Police Department|
|Officers||Christopher P. Fields, Debra A. Strobele|
CW: Mohammad Ismail bought a dilapidated house at a city auction of tax delinquent properties with the hopes of renovating it and turning it into a home for his wife and four children who were in Brooklyn. The previous owner was a Buffalo police officer who showed up with another police officer one day and threatened to arrest Ismail if he didn't leave. The dispute has led to two internal affairs probes by the BPD and a lawsuit by Ismail against the police officers and the Buffalo Police Department.
Officer's house sold at auction leads to internal BPD probes, lawsuit
Mohammad Ismail bought the dilapidated house at a city auction of tax delinquent properties late last year for $14,000 with the hopes of renovating it and turning it into a home for his wife and four children who were in Brooklyn. What he didn't know when he bought the house was that the previous owner was a Buffalo police officer. One day the former owner showed up with another police officer, and Ismail said they threatened to arrest him if he didn't leave. - Maki Becker, Lou Michel of The Buffalo News
Buffalo police at Sherman Street houseCW: Buffalo Police Officers harass and threaten to arrest Buffalo home owner Mohammad Ismail - Mohammad's cousin