Crime NYPD Cop Killed in Harlem Shooting, Another in Critical Condition

02:53  22 january  2022
02:53  22 january  2022 Source:   thedailybeast.com

Lawsuit alleges Oxford High School shooter brought ammunition to school the day before shooting

  Lawsuit alleges Oxford High School shooter brought ammunition to school the day before shooting Ethan Crumbley, brought ammunition to school the day before the shooting and "openly displayed" it in class, the complaint alleges.The lawsuit alleges Ethan Crumbley, who has been charged in connection with the shooting, brought live ammunition to school, brought a severed bird head to school and posted threats on social media prior to the shooting.

Two police officers were shot in Harlem on Friday night, with one killed and the other left in critical condition, the latest in a string of attacks on officers in New York City.

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A suspect was also shot and killed in the altercation, though whether it was by police is unclear.

The police were responding to a call reporting a domestic disturbance—a dispute between a mother and her son, according to the New York Post—when the gunfire erupted.

A shot hit one of the cops in the face, the Post reported. According to ABC 7, four cops have been shot within the past 24 hours in the Big Apple. In all, six officers have reportedly been shot in 2022.

The officers were taken to Harlem Hospital for treatment. Mayor Eric Adams’ press secretary tweeted that the mayor was on his way there.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

A Bronx man faces more than 300 gun-related charges for allegedly selling weapons to an undercover officer .
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