Listen: Marijuana, Officer And Bronx discussed on 24 Hour News
"Way to go. I'm Jeff Jensen next report. One thirty one on ten and wins wins news time on twenty two new information about what went down during that police involved firefight that left three people including two innocent bystanders shoddy in the Bronx both officers were wearing body cameras during the shooting, but neither officer turn the cameras on. They were caught in the crossfire police believe to bystanders wounded in last night. Shootout in university heights were hit by police bullets NYPD cheaper department. Terrence Monahan says the gunman was shooting inside a building and opened fire on police when he saw them on lowering place. We reviewed video surveillance that shows the suspect committed what appears to be drug ripoff in the lobby of ninety eight west one hundred eighty third street. The video also showed the suspect firing his gun at the individuals in that lobby. A woman was hit in the stomach a twelve year old girl in the leg. Both are expected to recover. As is the suspected gunman Edwin castio Concepcion of the Bronx, Al Jones ten ten wins. News suspect now charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon wins. News time, one twenty three the top uniformed officer of the F D N Y has been relieved to duties vicinity says chief of department James Leonard is on modified assignment after allegations of inappropriate behavior. No further. Details were given the demotion comes after reports in the daily news regarding allegations chief at Leonard was butting heads with others and F D N Y brass including the first deputy Commissioner, Laura Cavanagh. Former city council speaker sees too hot button city issues answer ticket to the public advocates office marijuana legalization and funding repairs for the subways legislation isn't written yet. But public advocate candidate, Melissa. Mark Viverito is already proposing committing no less than half the money. The state would raise legalizing marijuana to the MTA the governor and the mayor won't stop. Pointing fingers long enough to fix it. She says the rest of the money raised should go toward helping communities affected. Most by marijuana arrests. One of her opponents council member Rafael espionage says that's where it should all be going one hundred percents."