NYPD Detective Killed By Fellow Officers' 'Friendly Fire' While Responding To Cellphone Store Robbery
Wednesday, 13 February 2019 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 police thought was armed, was apparently holding a fake handgun. [ more › ]
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, was rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens, where he died of his wounds. The detective...
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..
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..