Mistrial declared on remaining charges in transit-cop assault case

A mistrial has been declared for the remaining charges in the case of two transit cops accused of beating a man for blocking traffic.Just yesterday,

THE BRONX - A mistrial has been declared for the remaining charges in the case of two transit cops accused of beating a man for blocking traffic.

Just yesterday, the jury found officers Koleen Robinson and Michelle Anglin guilty of two counts of official misconduct.

Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson says the judge called a mistrial after one of the jurors became injured and was no longer able to continue in the trial.

Johnson says he plans to retry the officers for the remaining assault charges.

Jury finds 2 transit officers guilty of misdemeanor conduct Deliberations continue in traffic cops' assault case

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