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Connecticut police officers pulled their guns on New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman earlier this month, and body-camera footage released Wednesday showed some of the exchange:
Up to five patrol cars surrounded Cashman outside of a gas station in Darien, Connecticut, believing he was an armed car thief, Natalie Musumeci and Larry Celona of the New York Post reported Friday.
The 52-year-old had been driving his own car, which had been reported stolen earlier in the week but was returned to him after being found abandoned in the Bronx.
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