New York Launches Probe of Fatal Shooting by Off-Duty Officer

HeadlineJul 06, 2016

Meanwhile, in New York, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has opened an investigation into the fatal off-duty police shooting of an unarmed Brooklyn man on the 4th of July. Delrawn Small was driving with his girlfriend and three children through East New York when he and off-duty police officer Wayne Isaacs had a confrontation while driving. The police says Small then got out of his car and punched Officer Isaacs in the face, although a witness says Small did not hit the officer. Officer Isaacs then shot Small multiple times, killing him.

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