Suspect in GOAT Sweatshirt Who Escaped Police Through 2nd-Story Precinct Window Arrested: NYPD

The man was being questioned about a robbery inside the 60th Precinct in Gravesend when he escaped through a second-story window, police said

What to Know

  • A suspect who escaped from police by leaping out of the second-floor window of an NYPD Precinct station in Brooklyn has been arrested
  • The 36-year-old suspect, Isiah McGill, was being questioned inside the 60th Precinct station in Gravesend when he escaped
  • He now faces charges including assault, escape, hindering prosecution, resisting arrest, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon

A suspect who escaped from police by leaping out of the second-floor window of an NYPD Precinct station in Brooklyn has been arrested, police said. 

The 36-year-old suspect, Isiah McGill, was being questioned inside the 60th Precinct station in Gravesend Thursday afternoon about a robbery when he escaped through a second-story window, the NYPD said. 

McGill now faces charges including assault, escape, hindering prosecution, resisting arrest, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

He was wearing red pants and a red sweatshirt with "GOAT" and "23" on the back when he escaped, according to police.

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