Listen: Westchester County, Yonkers And George Latimer discussed on WCBS Programming
"Time eight twenty three co workers. The Westchester county department of correction had been involved in a deadly shootout at a home in Yonkers one person is dead in two others are still in the hospital with serious possibly life threatening injuries. Yonkers police say following a shootout at home on Buckingham road late Friday night. All three people involved knew each other as co workers police say working as correction officers with Westchester county. The deceased suspect is identified as forty year old Edward key of Tarrytown police say he broke into the home whereas ex-girlfriend was staying with her current boyfriend and started shooting at the pair. They were able to start firing back in all three ended up getting shot. Police say Keno may have also shot himself in the head in a suicide attempt. Also at the home was the male victims mother. She wasn't injured in called nine one one Westchester county. Executive George Latimer to statement is offering his thoughts and prayers to the two officers and their fellow members of service. He asks that their privacy be respected while they quote, valuably attempt to recover. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight nearly fifty people have been arrested protesting Yale university's investments in fossil fuel companies, and it's dead holdings in Puerto Rico, yell officials say freedom of expression is an important part of students education. And that the Ivy league school has been a leader and the ethical investment movement, some of the largest energy companies in the US investing billions of dollars on claims."