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NYPD suspended after 'apparent chokehold'

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A New York City police officer was suspended without pay Sunday after he was recorded putting his arm around a man's neck in what the police commissioner called an "apparent chokehold."(June 22)
 
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The officer was seen on video appearing to put a man in an illegal chokehold during an arrest along the Rockaway boardwalk in Queens. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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