Listen: FBI, Canarsie And Brooklyn discussed on 24 Hour News
"An FBI agent shot in the line of duty today in Brooklyn details are few so far. But it happened this afternoon in the Canarsie section. The FBI agent was one of two people wounded at east ninety second street and avenue and then rushed to hospitals his injuries not life threatening. We're told the FBI now says there are two possible suspects in custody, though, exactly what happened is still not clear sick with ten ten wins for more on this developing story tonight. Also in Canarsie a manhunt continues after a car was stolen Friday night with three children in the back seat. They kids just eight two in one year old were left alone in a running car while their parents went into a beauty supply store and flatlands avenue. According to police, that's when a carjacker jumped behind the wheel and took off the children up safe and sound a couple of hours later abandoned with the stolen car only about seven blocks away from where they were taking the kids are apparently. Okay, despite the happy ending some people are now asking why an amber alert wasn't activated while. All the kids were missing community activists in Canarsie resident Tony Herbert tells ten ten wins that law enforcement needs to review procedure calling on on those who are responsible to step up almost outlined with the protocol as to trigger amber alert. So we have clarity on how this works. And then do their job. That's the bottom line. That's what we want folks to do to weaken actually, save lives of these young people after the NYPD says it was in contact with state police and in the process of issuing an amber alert when the kids turned up on harmed wins news time, six oh. Four gun violence in Yonkers has left one dead two and all three are members of law enforcement. The Westchester county corrections officer died from gunshot wounds and two other off duty officers seriously wounded after an attempted murder suicide that turned into a wild shootout. Forty year old every quinoa is dead. And neighbors say they're stunned. That."