News Staten Island chiropractor busted for racist threats against black child, NYPD cop

Staten Island chiropractor busted for racist threats against black child, NYPD cop

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A Staten Island chiropractor was busted for a race-fueled tirade against a black NYPD police officer and a white crossing guard with a black child, authorities said Wednesday.

Danielle Serini sent letters to both women at the 120th Precinct on Monday filled with anti-black statements that threatened Police Officer Ebony Glover and school crossing guard Jennifer Becker’s child, according to prosecutors.

“My next opportunity will be getting rid of you and that ugly a– n—-r child of the crossing guard,” she wrote to Glover, according to court documents. “Keep thinking he’s safe in school, but when the opportunity hits, it will with a bang. N—–s don’t belong in my neighborhood.”

Danielle Serini also sent a bag of Dum Dum lollipops to Glover and Becker’s homes on March 7, according to court records.

Serini, who runs a chiropractic office across from Public School 29 on Victory Blvd. near Slosson Ave. in Castleton Corners — where Becker works — has been having an ongoing dispute with Becker and Glover, who monitors crossing guards at the school.

Since last April, Serini has yelled at crossing guards and cops near PS 29, accusing them of ticketing her clients.

She’s also spit at Becker, called her a “f—–g c–t” and flipped her the bird as she passed, court papers reveal.As a result, Becker got an order of protection against Serini in June, 2016, officials said.

Last month, Serini began throwing Dum Dum lollipops at Becker. She also mailed packages of the lollipops to Glover and Becker, which she referenced Monday’s letter.

“Enjoy the pops dum dum,” she wrote. “Don’t think for a moment I forgot about the so-called crossing guard that is never doing her job. In due time!” Serini is charged with aggravated harassment, stalking, and for violating an order of protection, authorities said.

She was ordered held on $3,500 bail after her arraignment. Attempts to reach Serini and her attorney, Mark Fonte, were not successful Wednesday evening.

Credit: NY Daily

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