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NY Cop Killer Shot Second Man With Same Gun

October 27, 2010
The man convicted of the ambush killing of New York Police Officer Russel Timoshenko apparently used the gun he used on the officer to shoot another man a day earlier.

Salon Cop Promoted to Detective

October 26, 2010
Officer Feris Jones will be recognized by NYPD Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg for "her poise and marksmanship," according to the report.

Off-Duty Brooklyn Cop Patron Thwarts Salon Robbery

October 25, 2010
Officer Feris Jones, 50, was getting her hair done at Sabine's Hallway Beauty Salon in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood that's covered by the NYPD's 79th Precinct at 6:27 p.m. Saturday. At that time, 19-year-old parolee Winston Cox entered the business and demanded the wallets of patrons.

Shot Brooklyn Cop Fell Down Stairs Into Arms of Officer

October 19, 2010
After allegedly being shot in the leg by suspect Elijah Foster-Bey, 17, Officer Richard Ramirez, 29, stumbled down the stairs and into the arms of a fellow officer who dragged him to cover.

NYPD Cops Charged For Manipulating Crime Stats

October 16, 2010
Deputy Inspector Steven Mauriello, the former commanding officer of the 81st Precinct in Bedford-Stuyvesant, is among those charged.

Bank Robber In NYPD OIS Refused to Drop Knife

October 14, 2010
Using a 10-inch steak knife, John Stolarz walked into the Chase branch near Madison Square Garden shortly after noon on Thursday, and demanded "fifties and hundreds." Stolarz left, when a teller told him the bank didn't have the cash.

Knife-Wielding Man Killed by NYPD After Pulling Out TASER Probes

October 4, 2010
Emmanuel Paulino, 24, shrugged off the TASER darts that cops first used outside his Inwood apartment building and lunged at officers, who fired at least nine times, killing him, police said.

Obama Administration Denies NYPD Federal Funds to Hire More Cops

October 1, 2010
The NYPD will get no green from Washington to put more men in blue on our streets. For the second year in a row, the Obama administration has denied the nation's largest police force federal funds to hire more cops.

NYPD Whistleblower Says He Won't Settle for Money

September 28, 2010
He said in his suit that the NYPD cast him as a lunatic because he blew the whistle on supervisors who fudged crime stats, enforced illegal quotas and badgered victims trying to report felonies.

18 Women Claim Brooklyn Cop Illegally Strip-Searched Them

September 24, 2010
Two of the women have filed federal suits against Detective Charles Derosalia, including Claudia Bova, who says he forced her to pull her pants down so he could photograph a below-the-navel tattoo with a cell phone camera.

NYPD Officer Suspended For Failing To Aid Girl In Asthma Attack

September 2, 2010
Officer Alfonso Mendez, 30, was flagged down in Brooklyn on Friday by Carmen Ojeda, who was trying to rush daughter Briana to a nearby hospital. After asking the officer to perform mouth-to-mouth on her daughter, Mendez reportedly said he didn't know CPR.

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.

NYPD Expands Defibrillator Program

August 16, 2010
Since starting to use defibrillators in 1997, NYPD officers have saved 54 people using them. Only 1 to 2 percent of people who suffer a cardiac arrest survive.

NYPD Officer Discusses Arrest Quotas

August 13, 2010

NYPD Officer Adil Polanco spoke with ABC News in March about what he says is intense pressure from his supervisors to meet citation and arrest quotas to keep crime stats low.

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.

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.

Punch-and-Run Attacker Injures NYPD Officer

August 5, 2010
An NYPD officer was severely injured earlier this week by a man who reportedly blindsided him with a punch to the face.

NYPD Warned of Poison Gas Hazards at 'Detergent Suicide' Scenes

August 3, 2010
The deadly concoction produces hydrogen sulfide, a colorless flammable compound that smells like rotten eggs. It paralyzes the nervous system and kills in only a few breaths.

NYC Pays $7 Million To Settle Federal Suit In Sean Bell Shooting

July 28, 2010
The city will pay $3.25 million to the children of Bell's fiance Nicole and $3.9 million to two of Bell's friends who were injured in the shooting. Joseph Guzman will receive $3 million and Trent Benefield will receive $900,000.
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