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Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers in Brooklyn had made online posts that were “very anti-police.”
The officers, who have been identified as 40-year-old Rafael Ramos and 32-year-old Wenjian Liu, were shot at approximately 2:47 p.m., in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Police union officials blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying the blood of two NYPD cops who were shot and killed in Brooklyn is on his hands.
Lt. James Macintosh said Brian Chellis, of Cedar Grove, was found passed out in a car early Friday morning.
It’s a mad dash for shoppers to use their remaining time efficiently.
Some residents said they have glass coverage, but many do not and will now have to shell out hundreds of dollars to fix the damage.
Police have not yet released the person’s name, but they are expected to be arraigned Saturday afternoon.
Authorities say U.S. citizens traveling abroad should be extra vigilant for possible threats in public venues.
In the video you can hear the crowd react with anger when the plain-clothed officer runs up and punches the teenager who was handcuffed and restrained by three other officers.
The Central Avenue house was totally gutted by the fire, which broke out at around 4 a.m., CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported.
“We can confirm that North Korea engaged in this attack,” Obama said. “I think it says something interesting about North Korea that they decided to have the state mount an all-out assault on a movie studio because of a satirical movie starring Seth Rogan.”
Demonstrators gathered at City Hall in support of the NYPD Friday evening, but they were met right away with a rival demonstration by critics of police policies.
Police are still searching for five additional suspects after a Brooklyn man was arrested and charged in connection with the assault of two NYPD lieutenants during a protest on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A judge in Stafford Township on Friday ordered Rocky’s owner to relinquish ownership of her wayward pet.
Horse carriage drivers got some high-profile support Friday against Mayor de Blasio’s push to ban them in New York.