Fur Sellers Charged With Tossing Bleach at Protesters in Manhattan - NBC New York

Fur Sellers Charged With Tossing Bleach at Protesters in Manhattan

Prosecutors say the bleach struck at least one baby stroller and a few pedestrians

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    Prosecutors say three fur sellers have been charged with reckless endangerment after they tossed bleach and ammonia from a Manhattan roof onto animal-rights activists below.

    Lawrence Andrews, Luis Justino and David Haber were also charged with harassment and criminal mischief. According to a criminal complaint, the three men went to the top of a six-story building and dumped bleach at an anti-fur protest happening on the street.

    Prosecutors say the bleach struck at least one baby stroller and a few pedestrians. Police say two of the men were caught inside the building with garbage bags reeking of cleaning fluid.

    The men were arrested Dec. 20. They were released and told to appear on Jan. 26. Their attorneys didn't immediately return calls seeking comment.