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Crime Gunman In Custody After Opening Fire In Bronx Precinct House, 12 Hours After ‘Assassination’ Attempt On 2 Other Cops

18:40  09 february  2020
18:40  09 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

NYPD: Officer shot, wounded in 'assassination attempt'

  NYPD: Officer shot, wounded in 'assassination attempt' NEW YORK (AP) — Two New York City police officers narrowly escaped with their lives when a gunman fired into their patrol van Saturday night, wounding one of them in an attack officials called an attempted assassination. © Provided by Associated Press This photo provided by the New York Police Department shows a police van with a bullet hole above the door handle after a shooting in the Bronx borough of New York on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. A New York City police officer was wounded by gunfire in the Bronx on Saturday night in what Commissioner Dermot Shea called "an assassination attempt.

BREAKING: 2 ND OFFICER SHOT: reports of an officer shot in the 41 precinct just hours after another officer was shot.

A man walked into a Bronx precinct station house just before 8 a.m. on Sunday and began firing , hitting one officer and injuring another, although it The shooting at the 41st Precinct station house , which serves the Hunts Point neighborhood, occurred several hours after an attack a few blocks

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Another NYPD officer, possibly a lieutenant, was shot in a police precinct Sunday morning, just 12 hours after two cops were wounded Saturday in an ambush in the Bronx.

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Police say the shooter is believed to be the same person sought from a Saturday shooting in which one NYPD officer was shot after he and his partner were ambushed sitting in their marked police van in the Bronx.

The alleged gunman is now in custody. In a press conference Sunday morning, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said he had served time in prison for attempted murder and was paroled in 2017.

Police: 2nd officer shot in Bronx hours after ambush

  Police: 2nd officer shot in Bronx hours after ambush NEW YORK (AP) — A second New York City police officer was shot early Sunday in the Bronx, hours after a gunman shot and wounded an officer in an unprovoked attack on a patrol van, according to police officials. The officer was shot Sunday morning at the headquarters of the 41st police precinct, according to NYPD spokesperson Hubert Reyes. The officer was shot Sunday morning at the headquarters of the 41st police precinct, according to NYPD spokesperson Hubert Reyes. He said the injured officer is in stable condition at Lincoln Hospital.

Two Bronx officers shot in separate, targeted attacks within 12 hours . New York City police officers work the scene of a police involved shooting Police officials said a male suspect in the Sunday morning shooting is in custody . Surveillance footage from inside the precinct posted on social media

NYPD cop was shot Sunday morning, the second incident of its kind in the Bronx in the space of just 12 hours . The shooting was believed to carried out by the same suspect cops launched a hunt for after Saturday's incident. A police officer is expected to survive after being shot in their patrol van in New

The Sunday shooting happened at the New York City Police Department’s 41st Precinct located at 1035 Longwood Ave. in the Longwood section of the Bronx.

Shea said the gunman shot at two officers and a civilian.

A male lieutenant was hit the left arm and returned fire on the gunman, not hitting him. The suspect laid down on the precinct house floor after running out of bullets in his pistol.

The wounded officer was taken to Lincoln Hospital and is expected to survive.

MORE:2 NYPD Officers Ambushed In The Bronx, 1 Shot: ‘This Was An Attempt To Assassinate Police Officers’

At a press conference late Saturday night, Shea called the shooting “an assassination attempt at two New York City police officers” – language again echoed by the mayor on Sunday morning.

'Assassination attempt': 2 NYPD officers shot in separate ambushes; one suspect in custody

  'Assassination attempt': 2 NYPD officers shot in separate ambushes; one suspect in custody "I want New Yorkers to be clear, this was an attempt to assassinate police officers," Mayor Bill de Blasio said after the first of two shootings.Police Commissioner Dermot Shea, speaking after the first shooting, said two officers were in a marked van with its lights flashing at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday when they were shot at.

in the Bronx , just 12 hours after two officers were ambushed by a gunman in the same precinct . He reportedly walked into the 41st precinct headquarters, fired at officers, then placed his gun on the The same sources said the man in custody is believed to be the same shooter responsible for

A man walked into a Bronx police precinct and opened fire Sunday morning — just hours after a pair of officers were ambushed in the same NYPD precinct Cops rush to Lincoln Hospital after another cops was shot at the 41st Precinct Sunday morning. The suspect is in custody , sources said.

“This was an attempt to assassinate police officers,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday. “We need to use that word, because it was a premeditated effort to kill – and not just to kill other human beings, but to kill those who wear a uniform that represents all of us.

“We have to understand this as a city, as a nation, our entire society has to understand: An attack on a police officer is an attack on all of us, it’s an attack on a democratic society, a decent society,” he said. “It’s intolerable, and we will not accept it, we will fight back with everything we have, because we have to protect not only New Yorkers but everything that we believe in this city, a place where everyone can live in peace and decency and mutual respect.”

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Shea says the two officers were assigned to a drug-prone area in the Longwood section near East 163rd Street and Barretto Avenue.

Gunman Facing Attempted Murder Charges After 2 NYPD Officers Shot In 12 Hours

  Gunman Facing Attempted Murder Charges After 2 NYPD Officers Shot In 12 Hours Police say he was on a mission to kill. Fortunately, the officers are expected to be OK, but investigators say the bullets came very close to taking their lives. Surveillance video shows the suspect walk into the 41st Precinct station house just before 8 a.m. Sunday in Longwood. He fires multiple rounds at uniformed officers.“It was a premeditated effort to kill,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said. “Not just to kill other human beings, but to kill those that wear a uniform that represents all of us.

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A gunman opened fire in a Texas church on Sunday, killing two people before being fatally shot by two congregants who were part of a security team. The shooting took place hours after a knife-wielding attacker stabbed five people during a Hanukkah celebration in a rabbi's home outside New

Just before 8:30 p.m., a man approached the officers in the van and engaged them in conversation. Shea says it’s believed he was asking for directions.

The man then allegedly pulled out a gun. Shea says the officer who was driving the van yelled “Gun!” then tried to put the van into drive and pull away.

The perpetrator allegedly fired multiple shots at close proximity into the van.

  Gunman In Custody After Opening Fire In Bronx Precinct House, 12 Hours After ‘Assassination’ Attempt On 2 Other Cops © Provided by CBS New York

One NYPD officer was shot after he and his partner were ambushed while sitting in their marked police van the Bronx on Feb. 8, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)

At least one, possibly two, shots struck the officer who was driving. He was struck once in the chin and once in the neck.

“It is a miracle that we are not here under worse circumstances,” Shea said.

Police Union President Warns Latest Attacks On NYPD Officers Are Part Of Larger Trend

  Police Union President Warns Latest Attacks On NYPD Officers Are Part Of Larger Trend An officer and lieutenant were shot within 12 hours over the weekend in the Bronx, allegedly at the hands of the same suspect. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); “Here we have New York City police officers, twice in 12 hours, targeted,” Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Sunday. “By the grace of God that we’re not planning a funeral.”Officer Paul Stroffolini has been treated and released from the hospital. Lt. Jose Gautreaux, a 15-year veteran, will likely go home today.

A gunman killed himself after opening fire on a Florida school board meeting. He was confronted by two school officials, one who attacked him with her "The shooter approached the front of the board members, spray painted a symbol on the wall and fired an unknown amount of rounds," said Panama

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Neither officer returned fire.

The injured officer was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be OK. It’s possible he could return home Sunday, Shea said.

“This once again shows how dangerous these streets can be for New York City police officers,” PBA President Pat Lynch said. “Don’t take lightly the words ‘an attempted assassination.’ An attempted assassination because they were in a marked van with their turret lights going in a New York City police officer’s uniform. We cannot allow this to happen.”

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One NYPD officer was shot after he and his partner were ambushed while sitting in their marked police van the Bronx on Feb. 8, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)

The investigation is ongoing, and the suspect is not yet in custody.

Anyone who has information regarding this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-8477 or for Spanish, 1-888-577-4782. Tips can also be sent to the NYPDTips Twitter account or submitted online at NYPDCrimeStoppers.com.

'Credible' threat issued against NYPD cops after last week's 'assassination attempt' .
The New York City Police Department is warning officers to be "vigilant and alert" following a "credible" threat that someone is out to shoot police officers. © John Minchillo/AP New York City police officers work the scene of a police-involved shooting outside the 41st precinct Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, in New York. A message sent to all NYPD desk officers Thursday asked them to notify all employees that the "investigative units have received a credible threat of an individual that may attempt to shoot a NYPD MOS (Member of Service).

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