Saturday, May 25, 2013
An NYPD captain was arrested early today after he repeatedly slammed a door on his wife’s arm after a fight over her son walking the family dog, sources said.
Daniel Sosnowik got into an argument with his wife, 52, about 11 p.m. at their Marine Park residence over their 12-year-old boy taking out the dog late in the evening, sources said.
The victim said it was too late for him to walk the dog, and after squabbling, he told her to get out of the room, sources added.
He began shouting at her in front of their child, and pushed her between the doorway and wall, according to a Criminal Court complaint.
He then repeatedly kept shutting the door on her arm, the complaint states.
He was arrested at 5:30 a.m., and charged with two counts of assault, as well as menacing and harassment.
Sosnowik was released this afternoon without bail being set, and an order of protection was issued for his wife and child.
Sources say the captain joined the NYPD in 1984, and works at the Police Academy.
He develops training curriculum for the police department, and is the commanding officer of NYPD Leadership Training, according to his LinkedIn page.
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