Darrell Fuller faces a sentence of life without parole. He was convicted of murder Monday in the shooting of Nassau County Emergency Services Officer Arthur Lopez and bystander Raymond Facey near the Belmont Park racetrack on Long Island.
Nassau County Emergency Services Officer Clarence Hudson pointed directly at defendant Darrell Fuller and identified him as the one who killed his partner, Officer Arthur Lopez.
Police radio transmissions were released Thursday in the trial against Darrell Fuller, a parolee accused of fleeing from a crash then shooting Nassau County police officer Artie Lopez.
34-year-old Darrell Fuller has pleaded not guilty in the October 2012 killing of Nassau County Police Officer Arthur Lopez and a second man.
The New York State Senate on Tuesday approved legislation to rename a bridge in Bellerose, Long Island, for a Nassau County police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty last fall.
Fuller, 33, is charged with two counts of murder, robbery, criminal possession of a weapon and more. He was ordered held without bail and is due back in court next month. He was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs.
Gerald Williams was arrested on weapons possession charges, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said in a statement following the arraignment of Darrell Fuller Thursday in Hempstead.
Dahlia Facey was on the phone with her 58-year-old father when he was carjacked and fatally shot. Her father Raymond had pulled over on the Cross Island Parkway to take her phone call.
Officer Arthur Lopez was shot and killed Tuesday morning while he was on patrol on the border between Nassau County and Queens near the southbound entrance ramp of the Cross Island Parkway, officials said.
The shocking reality is settling for two families who had their loved ones stolen from them in a heinous crime that has stunned the Tri-State Area.
After shooting the officer, the suspect allegedly shot another person dead in an apparent carjacking bid. An intense search for the suspect followed.
Despite the capture of suspect, there was nothing but grief Tuesday night for the families of shooting victims Arthur Lopez and Raymond “Brian” Facey.