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$50,000 reward posted in case of NYC correction officer killed while sitting in car
By: ASSOCIATED PRESS AND DAN MANNARINO December 6, 16. 16:21

NEW YORK — A $50,000 reward has been posted for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooter who gunned down a New York City correction officer as she sat in a car outside a Brooklyn home.

The Correction Officers Benevolent Association issued the reward, describing their slain colleague as a rising star in the department.

Police say 25-year-old Alastasia Bryan was shot Sunday night while sitting in a car outside a home in the Flatlands neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Officers say they found her with gunshot wounds to her head and torso. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Correction Officers' Benevolent Association has issued a statement saying the correction family is "shocked and grieving the horrific murder" of Bryan.

A motive for the shooting remains unclear.

No arrests have been made.

 

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NEW YORK — A $50,000 reward has been posted for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooter who gunned down a New York City correction officer as she sat in a car outside a Brooklyn home.

The Correction Officers Benevolent Association issued the reward, describing their slain colleague as a rising star in the department.

By: ASSOCIATED PRESS AND DAN MANNARINO December 6, 16. 16:21

"Tonight our correction family and the entire City of New York is shocked and grieving the horrific murder of one of the youngest members of New York City's Boldest, who was shot and killed by an unknown assailant while sitting in her car in Brooklyn.

By: Elias Husamudeen December 5, 16. 1:55

Security officers used pepper spray 16 times this fall at the East River Academy, a group of schools for inmates aged 16 to 21, city Department of Correction officials said. They said it was much safer to break up fights with pepper spray than physical force. Further, violent incidents had risen after the department phased out solitary confinement for inmates under 22 years old over the past two years.

By: Leslie Brody December 2, 16. 12:01

The New York City Council Meeting

November, 14 2016

Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services

By: The New York City Council November 16, 16. 8:57

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