UPS driver accused of assaulting NYPD officer in the Bronx

A UPS driver is accused of slamming a car door shut on an NYPD officer's hand as the officer was conducting a routine stop in the Bronx, according to police.



Oscar Francois, 24, a UPS employee from Yonkers is facing charges in the incident.



Police say after Francois was pulled over by authorities that he walked out of his vehicle and began acting in a disorderly manner.



They say he caused an alarm and a large crowd of people began to gather near the vehicle. 



When officers approached him, they say Francois refused to provide officers with information and intentionally slammed the car door shut on an officer's hand, causing injury.



The suspect then began to kick his feet and flail his arms in an attempt to resist arrest, according to police. 



He is facing a slew of charges, including assault of a police officer, resisting arrest, criminal possession of a weapon and disorderly conduct.


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