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Off duty cop shot expected to recover 2 suspects in custody.
 
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Officer was off duty and was shot during attempted carjacking. Approx 1020 PM. Very similar incident Dec 9 in Harlem. Offduty cop was shot during attempted carjacking.
 

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2/5/22 Saturday​

New York off-duty police officer shot in foot, remains in 'stable condition': officials​

New York City has witnessed an increasing number of police-involved shootings since the start of the year​



The shooting, confirmed by Fox News, took place near West 126th Street and Broadway around 5:30 p.m.

Speaking to Fox News, the NYPD Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information confirmed the off-duty officer was shot in the left foot and remains in "stable condition."

Law enforcement authorities, according to a report from New York's WNBC, are now searching for "three suspects wanted in connection to the shooting."

The shooting incident marks the seventh police-involved shooting in New York City in the past 36 days. Late last month, two NYPD officers were shot in a Harlem gunfight. That shooting resulted in the death of one officer and left another critically wounded.

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Off-Duty NYPD Cop Shot in Foot in Harlem; 7th Officer Shot This Year​

The officer is the seventh shot in New York City in 2022​

Published February 5, 2022 • Updated 3 hours ago​


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An off-duty NYPD officer was shot in the foot in Harlem Saturday evening, and police officials said the department was looking for two suspects wanted in connection to the shooting.
The shooting took place in the vicinity of West 126th Street and Broadway around 4:30 p.m., police confirmed. The officer is in "good spirits" and stable at the hospital, his doctor said Saturday night.
The off-duty officer was departing from a community vigil held at the Manhattanville Houses when "he saw two individuals begin to fire rounds from a gun," Chief of Housing Jeffrey Maddrey said at a press conference from Mount Sinai Hospital.
Police had not yet identified the two suspects as of the evening briefing, but investigators believe the shooting stemmed from a dispute observed at the complex hours earlier.
Maddrey said the men fled the area as the off-duty officer left the community center at the housing complex. The cop met responding officers and helped provide a description of the suspects when he "realized he was shot in the foot," the police chief said.
"I'm just making a plea to all of our communities, all of our citizens, our police, we all need to support one another. We have to stop the scourge of gun violence. We shouldn't have to live like this. We're not supposed to live like this," Maddrey said.
 

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