US Brooklyn man claims NYPD let his new Russian Blue cat run away

02:20  07 february  2018
02:20  07 february  2018 Source:   New York Daily News

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Cops let the cat out, and now the missing kitty’s owner is suing. Derrick Williams, of Brooklyn , charges in a federal lawsuit that police wrongfully ransacked his apartment and let his new Russian Blue run away .

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Cops let the cat out, and now the missing kitty’s owner is suing.

Derrick Williams, of Brooklyn, charges in a federal lawsuit that police wrongfully ransacked his apartment and let his new Russian Blue run away.

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The careless cops also destroyed irreplaceable mementos from his late father, leaving bobbleheads and a model ship strewn about, Williams charged.

“They just totally destroyed my place. I feel I was violated because I wasn’t there,” he said.

According to his lawsuit, Williams, 33, left his East New York studio apartment in order — and his two cats, Munchy, and a Russian Blue he’d recently been given, safely inside — when he went on a November 2016 weekend trip to the Bronx.

The Russian Blue, previously called Matilda, had been given to him as a gift weeks earlier, and he’d yet to settle on a new name, he said.

But he never got a chance.

When Williams returned to his apartment, he said “it was like a tornado went through it” — with a busted door, a broken lock, his belongings on the floor, keepsakes from his dad trashed, his mattress ripped and furniture fractured.

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What police didn’t leave behind was a warrant justifying the search — or his Russian Blue.

“It was like I was Pablo Escobar. They were trying to find something,” said Williams, who added he was neither charged with a crime nor given any explanation for the raid.

Williams told the Daily News he understood police have the power to conduct searches based on suspicions — but not that they could ravage his place.

“I was hearing I was just going to have to get over it,” he said.

According to Williams, neighbors said police arrived on a Friday night and took residents in the three-unit building to the precinct, though no charges were filed.

Williams said none of the other units were rummaged through like his.

“My place caught the wrecking ball,” he said.

He filed his lawsuit last Friday.

“We believe the police acted with complete disregard for Mr. Williams’ humanity and his civil rights,” said lawyer Heather Betz.

Another lawyer on the case, Susan Hazeldean, said the issue was about fighting for “people’s rights to be secure and safe in their houses and homes.”

A representative for the city Law Department said it would “review the complaint and respond accordingly.”

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