Yankees basic supervisor Brian Cashman says he was stopped in Connecticut and compelled from his car at gunpoint by as many as 9 law enforcement officials as he was leaving a gasoline station Friday.

Cashman, 52, stated in an interview with the New York Submit that his white Jeep Wrangler had been stolen and returned to him however that the New York Metropolis police had not cleared the car from its stolen-car database.

“I had a welcoming committee descend upon me as I pulled out of that gasoline station,” Cashman stated.

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Cashman was complimentary of the Connecticut officers and stated he wasn’t fully stunned by the circumstances due to a name he bought from the Westchester County police in New York about his stolen automotive.

“They’re clearly very skilled and educated and so they requested me to show my automotive off, exit the car, stroll backwards in direction of them … they have been executing their responsibility,” Cashman advised the Submit.

Cashman was driving to Norwalk, Connecticut, so his automotive might be processed for proof there when he was stopped in Darien, he stated.

“They searched my automotive, requested for my ID,” he stated. “I defined what was occurring.”