Connecticut police stop New York Yankees general manager at gunpoint

Police swarmed Brian Cashman with their guns drawn because his car was listed as stolen, but they stood down when he told them he was on the way to get it processed.
1:14 | 08/15/19

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Now to that dramatic traffic stop in Connecticut. The officer believing the driver was an armed suspect before realizing it was the GM of the Yankees. Here's Stephanie Ramos. Reporter: With their guns drawn, police swarm a car they believe is stolen. That's New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman. Following the instructions, getting out of his jeep with his hands up. Police say they had been looking for the same type of car he was driving searching for a man who had left a doctor's office with a gun. The NYPD had recently returned the vehicle to the 52-year-old. He said he was on his way to have his car processed for evidence. Cashman has commended the officers for their professionalism. And he said he will have a story to share with his team. Thank you. When we come back, the family camping, attacked by a

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