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2 more NYPD Officers Shot In Bronx By Robbery Suspect

Caught on Tape: Nasty NYPD Cop Shoves ‘Ellen DeGeneres Dance Dare’ Contestant for No Reason (Watch)NYPD ambush


Two New York City Police officers were shot in the Bronx Monday night.

WNBC in New York reported one officer was shot in the back, but is believed to have been wearing a bullet proof vest that may have saved his life while the second officer suffered a graze wound to the elbow. They were rushed to a local hospital with what were believed to be non-life-threatening injuries.

The officers were responding to a report of an armed robbery at a Chinese restaurant and began to chase a vehicle leaving the scene.

The officers attempted to pull over the suspect’s vehicle but the driver refused to stop. The rental vehicle crashed, and police say the suspects got out a foot chase ensued. The officers were shot and the suspects got away.

The station reported that a revolver was recovered at the shooting scene.

Police were searching for the shooting suspects who were described as Hispanic men in their 20s.

The shootings come just weeks after NYPD police officers Wenjian Liu and Raphael Ramos were fatally shot in Brooklyn on Dec. 20 by a man believed to be seeking revenge for the police-involved deaths of Ferguson teen Michael Brown and Eric Garner of Staten Island.

Earlier Monday New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton held a press conference to announce a dip in crime in the city. Bratton also addressed reports of an intentional work slowdown by NYPD cops angry at the mayor’s support of recent anti-cop protests in NYC.

“At this time, I would not use the term slowdown,” Bratton said, adding if he discovers organized effort on the part of police, “we will deal with it very forcefully.



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nypd & ellen dancer

*If the NYPD was concerned about their “good guy” image and are all about protecting and serving, then this is NOT a good look for them.

Check out the video below. It speaks volumes about some cops’ attitudes when dealing with the public. Specifically one of New York’s finest got physical with a guy who was filming a viral video for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” The NYPD is supposedly looking into the incident. But one is left to wonder why it even should’ve even come to that.

The back story is this. Some guy named Alexander Bok, who bills himself as “you’re favorite prankster” sort of set himself up to get attention from the cops and when he did, it turned out to be much more than he wanted. He’s lucky he’s not in jail or the hospital or the … OK, we won’t go that far. But he’s definitely lucky.

Anyway, here’s what happened per TMZ:

On Christmas Eve, Mr. Bok tried to film an Ellen Dance Dare video — entrants are supposed to dance behind people who don’t know they’re doing it. Alexander decided to try it on some unwitting officers.

Watch the video … the officers start out questioning what the hell Alexander’s doing — and it sounds like they hurl a few insults at him too. Eventually, it looks like the cops dismiss him … and, as he’s walking away, one throws him to the ground.

TMZ has learned NYPD has opened an investigation into the incident. What’s unclear is why Alexander chose to pull this stunt four days after two NYPD officers were assassinated. Not a bright move.

If you’re wondering, Alexander told TMZ he submitted his video to the show, but has yet to hear back.

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Comment by Sandra James on September 11, 2021 at 5:07am

This is a very scary moment. Things went too far. Pet Sitter Des Moines

Comment by Contonila Goodman on January 8, 2015 at 12:02pm
Prankster ?? U stupid man..not after there is trouble on the ground. Maybe you go dancing on their grave,they won`t be seeing you. Your ass needs to be kicked.
Comment by Vanessa Riley on January 7, 2015 at 12:15pm
And I am supposed to feel bad for cops why?you go ham on a guy that is just dancing.on Christmas Eve.that cop is a douche.
Comment by Ronsay on January 6, 2015 at 10:28pm
I feel you Cee Gee.....I may be late on this, but from my research, that police shooting a few weeks ago didn't go down they way they said, DO THE RESEARCH!!!!! Even if it did, this is why it's hard to care about any of them, mainly white boys, that s*** was uncalled for, he should have made that s*** a big situation the best he can......I will watch one of them die, in my hood we made that a law, if you see one in danger...DO NOT HELP THEM!!!!!
Comment by Bombahdrop on January 6, 2015 at 1:08pm
I bet they blame deblassio for this too, and for any other police that get shot. smdh
Comment by Cee Gee on January 5, 2015 at 1:11pm
Can't stand police.
Comment by YES PAPA!! on January 4, 2015 at 12:59pm
Comment by Mervin E Yearwood on January 4, 2015 at 6:54am
NEW YORK
EXCLUSIVE: Subway conductor allegedly attacked by cop speaks
PETE DONOHUE
Yesterday, 02:30 AM

The 28-year-old victim was walking away from off-duty Officer Mirjan Lolja — who was irate about having to wait 20 minutes for a train — when he allegedly charged the transit worker on a Bronx platform two days before Christmas, she said.
The subway conductor allegedly attacked by an off-duty police officer feared for her life during the assault, she told the Daily News Friday.

The 28-year-old victim was walking away from off-duty Officer Mirjan Lolja — who was irate about having to wait 20 minutes for a train — when he charged the transit worker on a Bronx platform two days before Christmas, she said.

Another MTA employee on the platform tried to warn the conductor, but there wasn’t enough time to react, she said.

“Before I turned around, this guy was on my back and I’m on the floor,” said the conductor, whose name The News is withholding.

“I was on my knees on the floor. It just happened so fast. I’m trying to get this guy off me and he’s not letting up. He’s choking me and pulling my hair.”

The Dec. 23 assault at the Tremont Ave. station on the D line continued even after the conductor’s coworker tried to stop Lolja (photo), the conductor said.

“I felt like it lasted forever,” she said. “I was really scared for my life.”

Lolja allegedly ran from the subway station. He wasn’t identified until police released a video showing him going through the turnstiles with a smirk on his face. He came forward Thursday and was suspended.

But Lolja hasn’t been charged, angering John Samuelsen, president of Transport Workers Union Local 100, and Joe Costales, a division chairman representing conductors.

“The police officer who perpetrated this crime should have already been arrested,” Samuelsen said in a statement Friday.

Another MTA employee on the platform tried to warn the conductor, but there wasn’t enough time to react, she said.
Another MTA employee on the platform tried to warn the conductor, but there wasn’t enough time to react, she said.
Said Costales: “He should be hit with the fullest penalty under the law.”

Lolja’s lawyer, Stephen Worth, declined comment Friday. Police have said the Internal Affairs Bureau is investigating the incident.

The officer claims the conductor was the aggressor and grabbed his phone when he tried to take her photograph, sources said.

The conductor still can’t believe the alleged attacker was a cop.

“I thought people were lying,” she said. “I thought there’s no way it could be a police officer acting like that. I still can’t process it.”

Lolja has been on the force seven years. The conductor is a rookie with about 10 months on the job. She asked for the night shift so she could spend days with her two-year-old twin boys, she said.

The woman still hasn’t returned to work.

She’s has pain in her knees, back and scalp from the assault.

“I’m so overwhelmed,” she said. “Honestly, I just finished crying. I just want to go back to life as normal. Why did he mess with us like that? Why didn’t he leave us alone? Why?”

pdonohue@nydailynews.com

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