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NYPD Officers Exonerated In Harlem Shootout

March 5, 2011
The four officers who fired nearly 50 shots while breaking up a Harlem block party in August won't face charges relating to the shootout. Officer Brightman had said Alvarez had a gun and had fired at him.

Harlem Shootout Suspect Arrested, Charged

August 16, 2010
Prosecutors say they haven't charged Alvarez with murder because witnesses who are officers have not yet agreed to waived immunity and testify in the case. Alvarez is being held with no bail because of an earlier charge involving his attempt to run over an officer with a vehicle.

Wound Expert Says NYPD's Firepower In Harlem Was Sufficient

August 12, 2010
All officers were carrying one of the NYPD's approved on-duty 9mm handguns and fired Speer Gold Dot, 124-grain hollow-point bullets, Sgt. Kevin Hayes told POLICE Magazine. Officers carry magazines with a 15+1 capacity.

Slain Harlem Suspect Bragged on Twitter About Going '2 Da Grave'

August 11, 2010
Luis Soto, the 21-year-old man who instigated a melee in Harlem that led to the deaths of two people and injuries to a pair of NYPD officers, portrayed himself as the toughest of gangbangers on the Twitter micro-blogging site.

9mm NYPD Round Killed Instigator of Harlem Brawl

August 10, 2010
Luis Soto, the 21-year-old involved in the fistfight that triggered a weekend melee at a Harlem block-party barbecue, was killed by a 9mm round fired from a NYPD officer.

Two NYPD Officers Shot In Harlem Gunfight at 500-Person Barbecue

August 8, 2010
Angel Alvarez, 23, shot an killed 21-year-old Luis Soto, then exchanged fire with at least five officers. Alvarez fired at least four rounds, and Officer Michael Tadeschi was likely struck by a friendly fire round that deflected after striking his ballistic vest.
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