Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Off-duty NYPD cop tackles alleged shooter at Queens deli

This is what cops do.  It's a shame that they have become vilified by asshole Democrats and BLM. 

NY Post reports an off-duty NYPD cop tackled an alleged shooter outside a Queens deli on Monday night — holding the man until on-duty police arrived, police said.

The officer, who was inside a deli at 137-02 Cross Bay Boulevard in Jamaica, sprung to action when a 63-year-old man allegedly shot a customer there at about 6:15 p.m., authorities said.

The NYPD identified the hero cop as Jason Maharaj from the 77 Precinct.

The suspect, who is believed to be homeless, was initially causing a commotion inside the deli before being escorted out, sources said.

He returned shortly after and fired a gun into the store, striking a 26-year-old patron, sources said.

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