The NYPD detective who was killed by fellow officers during an attempted robbery in Queens last week was laid to rest on Wednesday, following a funeral that brought hundreds of mourners to the Church.. Gothamist - Published
Thousands of police officers from near and far came to pay their respects to the 19-year veteran who was killed by friendly fire while responding to an armed robbery in Queens last week. CBS2's Carolyn..
Hundreds paid their respects at a church in Hampton Bays, Long Island, for Det. Brian Simonsen, the NYPD officer killed by friendly fire last week. Police say the suspect in the incident, Christopher..
An emotional vigil was held Sunday for fallen NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen at the 102nd Precinct, days after he was killed by friendly fire during a botched robbery. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest..
The chaotic scene at an armed robbery unfolded in seconds. Officers opened fire after police say the suspect pointed a gun at them. The gun, they say, turned out to be fake. CBS2's Valerie Castro has..
It's a somber day for the NYPD after losing one of its own in the line of duty Tuesday night. Det. Brian Simonsen was shot and killed while on the scene of a robbery in Queens. CBS2's Janelle Burrell..
New York City Police Department detective was fatally shot Tuesday evening after he was caught in friendly fire, top law enforcement officials said. Brian Simonsen, 42, a 19-year-veteran of the NYPD,..
The robbery suspect accused of murder in last week's friendly fire killing of an NYPD detective from Long Island has been indicted on charges of murder and other offenses, his defense attorney and law.. Newsday - Published
The wake is to continue Tuesday, for a second day, in Hampton Bays for NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen, a Calverton resident who was shot and killed by friendly fire last week during an attempted armed.. Newsday - Published
Detective Brian Simonsen was killed in “friendly fire” during a robbery. This is his story, and that of a petty criminal who once wanted to be a police officer but is now charged with murder. NYTimes.com - Published
Services are scheduled to begin Monday in Hampton Bays for NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen, a Calverton resident who was shot and killed by friendly fire last week after responding to an attempted robbery in.. Newsday - Published
A Queens man is the second suspect charged in connection with the alleged attempted robbery that led to the friendly fire death of an NYPD detective from Long Island, police said. Newsday - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com
Drivers in Hampton Bays should expect traffic delays Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during services for NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen of Calverton, who was killed in a friendly fire shooting in Queens. Newsday - Published
Police are seeking a second suspect who may have been involved in the attempted robbery that led half a dozen officers to open fire outside a Queens cellphone store earlier this week, killing Detective.. Gothamist - Published
NEW YORK (AP) — The police officer who was wounded in a shooting that led to the friendly fire death of a New York Police Department detective has returned to his Long Island home. Sgt. Matthew.. Seattle Times - Published Also reported by •Newsday
Seven members of the NYPD fired a total of 42 rounds in the chaotic response to an attempted robbery that claimed the life of Detective Brian Simonsen by friendly-fire on Tuesday, officials said. [.. Gothamist - Published
Christopher Ransom, who has a bizarre criminal history, was charged with murder after police say he came at them holding what looked like a handgun.
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A chaotic scene unfolded Tuesday in Queens. NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen was killed by friendly fire after police said the suspect pointed a gun at responding officers. That gun turned out to be fake. CBS 2 - Published
While responding to an attempted robbery in New York Tuesday night that led to the friendly fire death of a police detective and an injured sergeant, seven officers fired off a total of 42 rounds,.. FOXNews.com - Published
A New York City police detective was shot and killed by friendly fire Tuesday night as officers confronted a robbery suspect... Deseret News - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com •CBS News •Seattle Times
The NYPD is mourning a detective killed by friendly fire as officers confronted a robbery suspect who turned out to be armed with a replica handgun. Mayor Bill de Blasio said Detective Brian Simonsen,.. USATODAY.com - Published
Even though Brian Simonsen worked for the NYPD, Riverhead Town police officers described him as, in essence, one of their own. The NYPD detectiveÂ was shot in the chest andÂ killed by friendly fire.. Newsday - Published
Here's the latest for Wednesday February 13th: Trump not happy with border security plan; Friendly fire kills NYC police detective; China trade talks underway ahead of possible tariff hike; Joaquin 'El.. USATODAY.com - Published
A 42-year-old NYPD detective was fatally shot while responding to a robbery at a Queens cellphone store, and officials believe he was killed by shots fired by other police officers. The suspect, who.. Gothamist - Published
New York City police say a detective was killed by friendly fire while responding to a report of an armed robbery. A suspect is in custody. Police say an imitation firearm was recovered. (Feb. 13)
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