Bail-reform poster boy busted for driving with out license once more


Bail-reform poster boy Pedro Hernandez allegedly blew three cease indicators and a pink mild — at one level driving the fallacious manner on a one-way avenue — making an attempt to outrun cops within the South Bronx, police and sources mentioned Sunday.

Hernandez, who was simply left off the hook for a 2015 theft cost this previous week, was arrested Saturday morning on costs of reckless driving and working a motorcar with no license.

The harmful incident began simply after 5 a.m. close to Walnut Avenue and E 135th Avenue when cops noticed a person urinating at a bus cease, in accordance with police.

As cops closed in, the person jumped into Hernandez’s 2015 BMW, Hernandez threw it in reverse and sped off, allegedly operating at the least three cease indicators earlier than dropping police.

Someday later, cops noticed Hernandez in a unique automotive — a 2017 Infiniti G35x — allegedly operating a pink mild just some blocks away at Jackson Avenue and E 138th Avenue. Police pulled him over and arrested him.

Hernandez made a reputation for himself in 2017 after he spent two years on Rikers Island for refusing a plea deal in a 2015 bodega theft.

The final time Hernandez was busted for driving with no license, he missed out on assembly President Obama. That case continues to be ongoing.