By Jessica Simeone and Dan Mangan
The New York Post
NEW YORK — It's a scene that plays out thousands of times a day on the streets of New York.
NYPD cops spot a potential perp, the person is questioned and — if necessary — patted down to search for weapons or drugs.
At that point, the person is either arrested or allowed to go.
Video: NYPD demonstrates stop and frisk for reporters