‘Robots can get into a car, take it off, and drive away’: Police officer charged in carjacking of teen

Police officers in New York City have been charged in a carjacked and robbery that occurred at the home of a 16-year-old girl.

According to police, the 16-old was walking home from school on Friday, when she was approached by a man wearing a mask who demanded money.

Police said the teen handed over $100 and a cell phone, but the man then demanded her phone.

“When she refused to give him her phone, he forced her to the ground and began to beat her,” the police report said.

The girl ran to her grandmother’s house and told her the man was coming to her.

She called 911, and the police arrived and arrested the suspect.

He has been charged with first-degree robbery, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree assault and second-bias harassment, police said.