Shooting Suspect Shot After Pointing Gun at NYPD Cops
April 23, 2012
An ex-con wanted for shooting a man after a fight in a McDonald's drive-through was shot by police in Queens on Friday after he pointed a pistol at the cops, reports the New York Daily News.
Police had been searching for Tasheen (Doughboy) Walker, 30, near his home on 222nd St. in Queens Village since he had been identified as the gunman who shot a 29-year-old man a couple of miles away in Cambria Heights on April 8, police said.
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Bob@Az. @ 4/24/2012 10:27 PM
Amazing. First Chicago and now NYC! Those strict gun laws must really be working. Against honest citizens anyway. Both these hell-holes have very heavy handed gun laws on the books but it seems the criminal aren't obeying the law!!! Who'da thought!
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