2 New York City police shots, 1 killed

The family of a 22-year-old New York police officer is mourning his loss following the events of Friday night.

Jason Rivera, officer, was killed in a shootout.

Based on Fox NewsRivera and his colleague – Wilbert Mora, 27 – were both shot during a gunfight in Harlem.


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Mora was seriously injured, a police source told Fox News.

At 6:30 p.m. Friday, officers responded to a domestic violence call “involving a mother and her son.”

When police entered the apartment, they were met by the mother, who had called the police to the scene in the first place.

After a “short conversation,” the mother informed officers that her son was “in the back bedroom.”

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Two of the three officers – Rivera and Mora – went into the back bedroom while a third stayed at the front of the apartment.

Later, sources told Fox News, the son kicked open the door and started shooting at the officers, shooting both Rivera and Mora.

The third officer returned fire, attacked and wounded the suspect – later identified as 47-year-old Lashawn J. McNeil. Earlier reports said McNiel was also killed.

Retire Manhattan City Assistant district attorney Daniel Bibb spoke to Fox News about the case, saying “this is what you get with sober politicians.”

“This is what you get with sober politicians, this is what you get with sober prosecutors, absolute disrespect for the law and disrespect for the police, resulting in deadly heroes,” said Bibb.


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In memory of Officer Rivera, NYPD released a message shortly after the news of his death.

“Tonight, we mourn the loss of a heroic officer – a son, husband and friend,” the NYPD wrote.

“Just 22 years old, Officer Jason Rivera was murdered in the line of duty. We swear to #NeverForget Jason as we swear his best friend will honor his great legacy of service and ultimate sacrifice. ”

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