NYC pub owner slams car into sheriff deputy while trying to escape arrest over virus rules

NEW YORK — A Staten Island pub owner slammed his car into a sheriff’s deputy in a desperate effort to evade arrest for continuing to serve patrons in defiance of coronavirus restrictions, authorities said Sunday. Daniel Presti, owner of Mac’s Pub, hopped in his car and hit the gas, sending the deputy flying onto the hood after the official tried to arrest him outside for serving customers inside his bar Saturday night, officials said. The sheriff’s deputy suffered multiple bone fractures and was transported to Staten Island University Hospital. “He just doesn’t care about people’s lives. That’…

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