The Democrat-run city of New York is set to deploy flying drones to hover around the Big Apple and catch pesky citizens trying to enjoy this weekend’s Labor Day festivities.
At 16:50 in the press conference below, NYPD Assistant Commissioner Kaz Daughtry told New Yorkers the police will be using drone technology to respond to “large crowds” and “large parties in the backyards.”
Watch live as Commissioner Caban, NYPD executives, & city officials brief the media regarding safety & security measures for J’Ouvert & the West Indian Day Parade. https://t.co/GUsWNT85vC
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) August 31, 2023
The drones will essentially serve as an eye in the sky for police to determine how many officers to send to a scene, if any.
Footage of NYPD officers test flying drones was posted online.
JUST IN: New York City will be flying drones above people’s backyards to spy on them this Labor Day weekend.
Try that in a small town…
During a press conference, assistant NYPD Commissioner Kaz Daughtry announced New York City would be “utilizing their assets” to “check on”… pic.twitter.com/pRzk5fjKMM
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) August 31, 2023