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Airbnb attack ends in jail time for drunk NYPD cop who broke into Nashville home, threatened residents

Airbnb attack ends in jail time for drunk NYPD cop who broke into Nashville home, threatened residents

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A New York City police officer who broke into a Nashville home next door to his Airbnb and then terrorized a family inside was sentenced to jail time and probation on Friday. Michael J. Reynolds, 26, who works patrol in Manhattan for NYPD, was charged with assault and aggravated burglary after the July 2018 break-in. In September he pleaded no contest to one count of aggravated criminal trespassing and three counts of assault for his role in the attack. During a more than two-hour sentencing hearing Friday, four witnesses — the victim, two of her neighbors and Reynolds — took the stand in Davidson County Criminal Court. It ended with Reynolds getting about two weeks in jail and three years probation. Conese Halliburton, who said she was home with her four sons — two who were 8 and 11 at the time — recalled Reynolds kicking in the front door of her 12 South-area home and charging in in the middle of the night. Video surveillance taken from a neighbor’s RING camera showed Reynolds…
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