Pedro Hernandez, teen who became the face of bail reform, wanted for endangering the welfare of children in the Bronx
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Pedro Hernandez

via WPIX:

THE BRONX, N.Y. -- (WPIX) -- A Bronx teen is known as the face of bail reform in the city, but police on Wednesday said he’s wanted for allegedly endangering children.

Pedro Hernandez, 19, has been arrested several times since his release from Rikers in July of 2017 after he chose to remain in jail rather than take a plea deal for an attempted murder he didn’t commit.

Now he’s accused of throwing a glass bottle at the front passenger side window of a minivan at East 175th Street and Walton Avenue on May 25, causing it to break. An unidentified man he was with punched the passenger side rear view mirror off of the minivan. A 12-year-old girl, a 13-year-old girl and a 20-year-old woman were inside of the minivan.

No injuries were reported.

FULL STORY: Pedro Hernandez, teen who became the face of bail reform, wanted for endangering the welfare of children in the Bronx - WPIX

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