Two NYPD officers were shot dead on Friday evening when responding to a domestic violence call.
One officer was a rookie.
Two NYPD officers were shot in Harlem tonight. Multiple police sources told Fox News Digital that both have died. The suspect’s condition was not immediately clear, but he may have turned the gun on himself. I was on FOX News as details were coming in. pic.twitter.com/SIVZNSvw6V
— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) January 22, 2022
Four officers have been shot in the line of duty this week.
Two NYPD officers are shot dead responding to domestic violence call in Harlem.
They are the fourth and fifth officers shot so far this year.
By comparison, last year, a total of 10 police officers were shot in the entire state of New York. https://t.co/gPvHN3FJ9s
— Bart Marcois (@bmarcois) January 22, 2022
Two NYPD officers were shot in Harlem Friday evening while responding to a domestic violence call, and both were battling critical injuries at the hospital, police sources told NBC New York. https://t.co/zWwrdcZGkV
— NBC 7 San Diego (@nbcsandiego) January 22, 2022
The New York Post has more.
Two NYPD officers — one a rookie with just over a year on the job — were shot dead while responding to a domestic violence call Friday evening in Harlem, multiple police sources said.
The gunfire erupted just before 6:30 p.m. inside an apartment at 119 West 135th Street, as police responded to a domestic violence dispute between a mother and son, sources confirmed.
The officers were the among four cops shot in the line of duty just this week.
One of the officers was struck in the face by gunfire, law-enforcement sources told The Post.
The suspect was also fatally shot.