http://www.nypost.com/seven/08192008/news/regionalnews/lady_cops_arrested_in_bronx_beat_125110.htm LADY COPS ARRESTED IN BRONX BEAT August 19, 2008 Two female cops were busted for punching, kicking and pistol-whipping a Bronx driver until his head cracked open - just beacuse he refused to close a car door blocking their path, authorities said yesterday. Michelle Anglin 37, and Koleen Robinson, 24, were stripped of their shields and service weapons, and slapped with a laundry list of charges topped by gang assault, authorities said. "I'm not feeling so well right now," said driver Marlon Smith, 35, a father of three who needed 25 staples to close three gashes in his head. Smith's brutal encounter with the cops - who both work out of Bronx Transit District 12 - took place Saturday, authorities said. Robinson, driving her black Chevy Suburban with Anglin, pulled alongside Smith's parked car on White Plains Road at East 218th Street in the Williamsbridge section. Apparently angry over Smith's open driver-side door blocking their way, one of the women yelled, "Close the door you f- -ing a- -hole!" according to a criminal complaint. "What?" a stunned Smith asked. The cop repeated the profanity, and Smith shot back, "You are a f- - -ing bitch!" The cops then walked up to Smith and Anglin sprayed him with Mace. He got out and grabbed the cop, but Robinson started pummeling him, the complaint charges. "Do you know who you are f---ing with? We are the police!" one of the officers shouted. After a good Samaritan intervened, Robinson started belting Smith with a baton, according to the court papers. Smith grabbed the baton before Anglin hit him with a gun, the papers say. When one of the women pointed her gun at his face, uniformed officers arrived and arrested the duo. When later asked by Internal Affairs investigators about the incident, Robinson would say only, "I was there. I was with Officer Anglin," the papers say. Robinson's father, Lascelles Robinson, said his daughter, who is engaged, and Anglin, who lives with her young son, "are best friends." "She enjoyed police work as far as I know," he said. When reached on her cellphone, Anglin said, "I cannot talk. Sorry." The beating victim, who has headaches, blurred vision and swelling on his face, said he was warned by Internal Affairs cops to keep his mouth shut. I'd hit it dumbass should of closed his door.