By COLlive reporter
Two individuals gained access to the Campus Chomesh building of the Bais Rivkah girls school on Lefferts Avenue in Crown Heights on Monday night, in a troubling incident.
The pair stormed the building as the Bais Rivkah School Production was taking place in the Rosa Hall with many women and girls in attendance.
The man and woman entered the building shouting and screaming, complaining that the block does not have enough parking due to the fact that the school buses are parked outside each night, a witness to the incident told COLlive.com.
One of the individuals was wearing an NYPD uniform, and presented herself as a member of the NYPD, so as to gain access to the building, a bystander said.
Members of the school’s staff stopped the intruders, who were screaming angrily about the school and threatening damage.
After being escorted from the building, the police were called, and the woman was identified as an NYPD dispatcher. They continued to shout complaints about the buses being parked on the block.
The pair were arrested by the police, bystanders said.
A member of the school’s staff told COLlive.com that charges were filed for the incident, including the complaint of impersonating a police officer.