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Six Years Later, No Arrest in the Shooting of a Cop on the Lower East Side

It has been six years since a police officer nearly lost his life in a shooting at the Seward Park Extension public housing complex on the Lower East Side. As The Daily News reported yesterday, cops are no closer to finding the shooter.

New Reward For Info Leading to Arrest in Cop Shooting

Police are still looking for a 20-year old man wanted in the shooting of a New York City Police officer last week inside the Seward Park Extension housing complex.  The NYPD is now offering a $10,000 reward for information...

Suspect in Cop Shooting Still at Large

Here's the latest this morning on the shooting of Police Officer Brian Groves at the Seward Park Extension housing complex.  Following yesterday's incident, the NYPD is still searching for the suspect, who fled down a stairwell at 64 Essex...

Police Officer Identified, Seward Park Extension Residents Questioned

The police officer who was shot early this morning at the Seward Park Extension has been identified as 30-year old Brian Groves. He and his partner were responding to a report of "criminal activity in a stairwell,"  according to...

More on This Morning’s Police Shooting at 64 Essex Street

More details now on the shooting of a police officer earlier this morning inside the Seward Park Extension at 64 Essex Street.  According to the Daily News, the officer's life was saved by his bullet proof vest. He is...
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