The NYPD has busted three men, including a reputed Crips gang member on probation, in connection with the caught-on-video water-dousing of cops in Harlem and Brooklyn, law enforcement sources told The Post on Wednesday.
Gangbanger Courtney “Killer Court” Thompson, 28, of the Crips subset “Fresh Gangstas” surrendered Wednesday morning at the 73rd Precinct stationhouse for his alleged involvement in the Brownsville drenching incident, sources said.
Thompson, a Brownsville resident, was hit with charges of obstruction of governmental administration, criminal nuisance, criminal tampering, disorderly conduct and harassment, police said.
He has more than 20 prior arrests on his record, including for assault, said sources, who noted that most of the busts are sealed.
Thompson has been on probation since 2018 in connection with a 2015 robbery bust, according to sources.
NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan tweeted about Wednesday’s arrest, but did not name the suspect.
“Actions like we’ve seen in videos recently will NEVER be tolerated in this city. YOU WILL BE ARRESTED,” Monahan said in the tweet.