NYPD officers attacked amid looting, violence in Bronx

A pattern of violence continued in New York City overnight, despite the 11 o'clock curfew that expired at 5 a.m. Tuesday. This time the violence spread into the Bronx, with fires, looting and officers attacked. Cellphone video circulating on social media showed a sergeant struck at the intersection of Walton Avenue and East 170th Street in Tremont. It happened around 12:45 a.m. Tuesday as the officer was responding to reports of break-ins nearby. In another incident, an officer was assaulted in front of a Claire's store on East Fordham Road and East Tiebout Avenue.

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