Two Brooklyn women have filed a lawsuit against the NYPD, accusing two officers of wrongly arresting them outside the Marcy Houses last August. Taneisha Chapman and Markeena Williams claim they stopped by officers and asked to produce identification. They refused, pulling out a flyer issued by Assemblyman Nick Perry and the ACLU which states "It's not a crime to refuse to answer questions. You can't be arrested for merely refusing to identify yourself on the street." Cops arrested the two anyway, though they were later released and the unspecified criminal charges were dismissed. However, a spokesman for the Brooklyn DA said they could find no record of the arrest.