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The New York City Police Department stopped Alec Baldwin on Tuesday for riding his bicycle the wrong way on Fifth Avenue, then handcuffed and arrested him because he wasn't carrying identification. They ultimately charged with disorderly conduct for growing irate with the officers, a police spokesman told Mashable.
After he was stopped at around 10:15 a.m. ET at Fifth Avenue and 16th Street near Union Square, the 30 Rock actor was led into the back of a squad car and taken to the station house.
The outside of the NYPD 13th Precinct in the Gramercy Park area of Manhattan where Alec Baldwin was brought after being arrested on May 13th, 2014.
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"Officers asked him to identify himself and he didn't have ID," a New York City Police Det. Marc Nell told Mashable. "He then became a little belligerent with officers so they brought him back to the station house to be identified."
Baldwin was issued two summonses: One for riding his bicycle the wrong way, and another for disorderly conduct. He will have to appear in court for both, though the date was not immediately clear.
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