NEW YORK – A police officer arrested a person suspected of taking theft during robbery, which led to the death of a police detective in New York, an official spokeswoman for the agency said. The man was detained in Queens, hours after the New York police commissioner James O'Neill showed that the police were looking for a second suspect Tuesday Tuesday, the official said. publicly talk about it and act on anonymity terms. He was not immediately available on the evening in the suspect's room.
42-year-old Simonsen will be resting next week.
Ransom, who was wounded eight times, was presented on the night of a video of a hospital bed for murder, murder and other allegations.
The judge ordered him to keep him free of liens. The next date of the court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday. A foreclosure is threatened by up to 25 years of imprisonment if he is convicted.
The Legal Aid Society, which represents Ransom, warned people not to "demonize" him. tragically ", – says the statement of an unprotected defensive organization. "But we ask the public to respect Mr Ransom's right to a proper process and a presumption of innocence."
27-year-old Rance has a long sheet of replica and a habit of quirky tricks, embodying himself as a social media harasser in the soul of Sasha Baron Cohen, with the popularity of "Borat".
Ranse was arrested at least 11 times since 2012, showing records, and is wanted by the police in connection with the robbery on January 19 in another cell phone store. After one arrest, they showed the court documents, Rans was taken to the psychiatric department. Police Station while wearing a fake SWAT vest and police icon. Police records counted his pseudonym as a "detective".
Four years ago, he found himself guilty and sentenced to prison for having applied for an internship to gain access to the judge's chamber. NYPD-year-old veteran, scheduled for Wednesday in Hampton Bays on Long Island, with views on Monday and Tuesday.
Head and Partner of Simonsen, Sergeant. Matthew Gorman, was wounded in the leg. He was discharged from the hospital on Thursday.
Simonsen, Gorman and six officers formed the T-Mobile shop at approximately 18:10. On Tuesday, after the 911 outburst call, she said she saw her husband take two staff members to the back room at a gun, police said.
Simonsen and Gorman, who were in civilian clothes and did not wear body armor, worked on another occasion when the call came and arrived at about the same time as the police, the police said. The uniformed officers went to the store, but retreated when Ransom came out of the back room and came to them, told the police. Shot at the door of the shop, shower pavement with glass
Simonsen stayed on the street, as Gorman and officers in uniform, told the police. Simons released two shots. The gorman fired 11 times. It is unclear who shot the shots that hit them, reports the police.
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