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N.Y. Cop Involved In Student's Shooting Sues Liquor Store

June 28, 2011  | 

A Westchester County, N.Y., police officer has filed a lawsuit against the liquor store he says sold alcohol to a Pace University football player he fatally shot after being struck by a vehicle driven by the player.

Pleasantville (N.Y.) PD's Officer Aaron Hess is claiming Briarcliff Wines & Liquor is responsible for the injuries he suffered in the incident involving 20-year-old Danroy Henry Jr.

Henry was fatally shot by Officer Hess the morning of Oct. 17, after he struck the officer with a vehicle. An autopsy showed Henry had a blood alcohol reading of 0.13.

Source: The Pocono Record


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