City Workers Caught With Stolen Car In Bed-Stuy: Cops

BED-STUY, BROOKLYN — Two city workers were arrested in Bed-Stuy for stealing a car, according to police.

Tyquran Horton, who works for the New York City Housing Authority, and Department of Education staffer Ramel Scott were caught with the stolen Nissan Sedan in Bed-Stuy on Saturday, according to police.

Officers caught the pair when noticing the car, which had temporary tags, was double parked in the neighborhood, according to 1010 wins. Horton, who was driving, and Scott were both put under arrest when officers found out the vehicle was stolen, according to the report.

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The two were charged with grand larceny auto and unauthorized use of a vehicle, police said. Horton, 26, also faces charges for operating the car without insurance or registration and for the parking violation, according to police.

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