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Top NYPD cop warns officers not to wear their uniforms in public and hide department logos for their own safety following assassination attempts on police

Career criminal gunman 'who shot two cops in separate attacks 12 hours apart' has an 'NYPD employee girlfriend', is on PAROLE and only surrendered 'when he ran out of bullets'

NYPD head warns officers not to wear uniforms or department logos in public

  • Hazel Jennings, chief of the Department of Corrections, issued a memo Sunday night urging officers not to wear uniforms or department logos in public to avoid being targeted
  • The memo came after a career criminal launched two separate attacks on officers in the Bronx in the span of just 12 hours, leaving two officers injured
  • Robert Williams was taken into custody after he allegedly opened fire on the 41st precinct Sunday morning
  • He struck a lieutenant in the arm before running out of bullets, lying down and tossing his gun as he was swarmed by officers
  • Hours earlier, Williams approached a patrol van in the same area late Saturday and fired at two officers inside, wounding one before escaping on foot 
  • Authorities said the 45-year-old suspect was out on parole after a 2002 attempted murder conviction
  • He was seen handcuffed to a hospital bed on Sunday in photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com
  • Authorities said they brought a woman in for questioning who is believed to be Williams' girlfriend Liza T Valdez, a communications technician for the NYPD
  • NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea labeled both attacks this weekend attempted 'assassinations'   
  • Shea and Mayor Bill de Blasio blamed the attacks on an anti-police atmosphere fueled by recent protests 
NYPD Chief Hazel Jennings (pictured) has warned officers not to wear their uniforms or department logos in public following back-to-back attacks on Bronx cops

NYPD Chief Hazel Jennings (pictured) has warned officers not to wear their uniforms or department logos in public following back-to-back attacks on Bronx cops

A top NYPD official has warned officers not to wear their police uniforms or department logos in public following back-to-back assassination attempts on cops in the Bronx. 

Hazel Jennings, chief of the Department of Corrections, issued a memo on Sunday night essentially urging officers to hide their police affiliation to avoid being targeted.  

The memo came after a career criminal carried out two separate attacks on officers in the Bronx in the span of just 12 hours, leaving two officers injured.   Robert Williams, 45, was taken into custody on Sunday after he allegedly opened fire on a police station in the Bronx shortly before 8am. He struck Lt Jose Gautreaux in the arm and narrowly missed other police personnel before the running out of bullets, lying down and tossing his pistol as he was swarmed by officers.  

Hours earlier, Williams approached a patrol van in the same part of the Bronx late Saturday and fired at two officers inside, wounding one before escaping on foot, police said.   

The suspect - who was out on parole after a 2002 attempted murder conviction - was seen handcuffed to a hospital bed on Sunday in photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com. He is expected to be arraigned on Monday morning.

Authorities said they brought a woman in for questioning who is believed to be Williams' girlfriend Liza T Valdez, a communications technician for the NYPD.

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A safety memo issued by Jennings on Sunday night is pictured
It essentially urges officers to hide their police affiliation to avoid being targeted

A safety memo issued by Jennings on Sunday night is seen in full above. It essentially urges officers to hide their police affiliation to avoid being targeted

Suspect Robert Williams is seen handcuffed to his hospital bed in photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com
Williams appeared to be sedated and his severely swollen face was covered in dried blood from a wound on his cheek

Williams appeared to be sedated and his severely swollen face was covered in dried blood from a wound on his cheek

Williams (pictured) was reportedly out on parole after a 2002 attempted murder conviction
Authorities were also questioning a woman believed to be Williams' girlfriend Liza T Valdez (pictured), a communications technician for the NYPD

Williams (left) was reportedly out on parole after a 2002 attempted murder conviction. Authorities were also questioning a woman believed to be Williams' girlfriend Liza T Valdez (right), a communications technician for the NYPD

Surveillance footage shows Williams before the Saturday night shooting
The suspect is seen inside the 41st precinct station before the Sunday morning shooting

Surveillance footage shows Williams before the Saturday night shooting (left) and inside the 41st precinct station before the Sunday morning shooting (right)

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NYC Gunman Runs Into Police Station Starts Shooting Cops {VIDEO}

Pictured is the firearm recovered and believed to have been used in attacks this weekend

  • NYPD lieutenant Jose Gautreaux was shot in the arm on Sunday morning, 12 hours after officers Paul Stroffolino, 31, and Brian Hanlon, 33, were shot at in the Bronx on Saturday night
  • Video shows him laying on the floor after he ran out of bullets around 8am and a cop fights him on the ground 
  • Footage from Sunday shows approximately a dozen cops respond and subdue suspect Robert Williams 
  • Williams has a long rap sheet and was recently released from jail on a weapons possession charge 
  • Williams was paroled in 2017 for an attempted murder shooting conviction in 2002 in the Bronx. He subsequently carjacked a woman, crashed the car and engaged in a gunfight with members of the NYPD 
  • Commissioner Dermot Shea called the suspect a 'coward' Sunday and labeled both attacks this weekend attempted 'assassinations' 
  • 'It is only by the grace of God and the heroic actions of those inside the building that took him into custody that we are not talking about police officers murdered inside a New York City police precinct,' Shea said 
  • Officer Stroffolino was shot in a patrol van on Saturday night. He got a hero's welcome from fellow cops as he was released from hospital Sunday 

A career criminal - who reportedly has a girlfriend working for the NYPD - shot two cops in separate incidents this weekend while out on parole for an attempted murder conviction in 2002.

Robert Williams is believed to have shot at two cops in a patrol car in the Bronx Saturday night and he was taken into custody 12 hours later on Sunday morning after shooting Lt. Jose Gautreaux in the upper left arm, narrowly missing a vital structure. 

Video shows Williams - who was arrested on murder charges in 1992 and 2002 and paroled from prison in 2017 after an attempted murder conviction -  giving up mid-attack on the 41st precinct station staff after his gun ran out of bullets.  

NYPD communications technician Liza T Valdez is believed to be his girlfriend and she was reportedly in custody on Sunday afternoon. 

The officer at the front desk in Sunday morning's shooting returned fire, but did not hit the suspect. William then rushed into a side room and fired at two people, including a civilian employee. He retreated to the lobby and dove to the floor when his ammunition finished. 

Footage of NYPD taking suspect into custody after precinct shooting

An NYPD cop was shot in the arm inside a New York police station on Sunday morning. It was the second police-involved shooting in New York's Bronx borough in just 12 hours. The suspect walked into the 41st precinct (pictured) and fired before 8am

The suspect, Robert Williams, was in custody on Sunday morning. Commissioner Dermot Shea said the suspect - who is seen in this image holding a gun - shot at the officer multiple times while he sat in his patrol car
The Saturday suspect (pictured) fled the scene after shooting at the officer. The bullet struck the cop in the chin, narrowly missing his carotid artery
Williams has an extensive rap sheet; he was arrested on murder charges in 1992 and 2002 and was recently released from custody on charges of heavy weapon possession. He was due in court in the coming days

Commissioner Dermot Shea said the suspect - who is seen in this image holding a gun - shot at officers multiple times on Saturday. Williams has an extensive rap sheet; he was arrested on murder charges in 1992 and 2002 and was recently released from custody on charges of heavy weapon possession. He was due in court in the coming days


Surveillance footage of suspect firing into Bronx NYPD precinct
Cops said in a press conference that they were interviewing a woman who was 'present in the general area' but that she was not considered a suspect. She is Williams' girlfriend the New York Post reported
Police did not name the woman but DailyMail.com has learned the woman being interviewed is Liza T Valdez, a communications technician for the NYPD

Cops said in a press conference that they were interviewing a woman who was 'present in the general area' but that she was not considered a suspect. She is Williams' girlfriend the New York Post reported. Police did not name the woman but DailyMail.com has learned the woman being interviewed is Liza T Valdez, a communications technician for the NYPD

The suspect is seen raising his gun and firing at cops in security camera footage from Saturday's incident

The suspect is seen raising his gun and firing at cops in security camera footage from Saturday's incident

The suspect (pictured) was caught on camera walking away from the scene of the shooting, which police say was unprovoked
EMS are seen taking the victim out of the precinct on a stretcher on Sunday morning

EMS are seen taking the victim out of the precinct on a stretcher on Sunday morning

Video from a different angle shows an officer in the precinct lobby reacting to the first gunshot. One uniformed cop is seen punching the suspect as other officers converge, pointing their guns, and the gunman’s pistol is seen sliding away from him across the floor. 

He was in custody shortly before 8am after a dozen officers rushed over to detain him.   

Williams had only recently been released from custody on charges of heavy weapon possession and was due in court in the coming days. 

Members of the NYPD's Technical Assistance Response Unit (TARU) were seen standing a short away from a vehicle, believed to have been abandoned by the gunman on Sunday morning.

Cops said in a press conference that they were interviewing a woman who was 'present in the general area' but that she was not considered a suspect. She is Williams' girlfriend the New York Post reported.

Police did not name the woman but DailyMail.com has learned the woman being interviewed is Liza T Valdez, a communications technician for the NYPD.

Commissioner Dermot Shea said that the suspect was paroled in 2017 for an attempted murder shooting conviction in 2002 in the Bronx. He subsequently carjacked a woman, crashed the car and engaged in a gunfight with members of the NYPD. 

'The coward from this morning’s shooting was quickly taken into custody. We are confident he’s responsible for last night’s shooting, as well,' he tweeted. 

Paul Stroffolino, 31, and Brian Hanlon, 33, were the officers involved on Saturday night.

Shea shared an image of the weapon used on Sunday. 

Pictured is the firearm recovered and believed to have been used in attacks this weekend

Pictured is the firearm recovered and believed to have been used in attacks this weekend

A police officer injured in the Saturday shooting was released from Lincoln Hospital on Sunday. Paul Stroffolino, 31, is pictured in a wheelchair and cops believe Williams shot him

A police officer injured in the Saturday shooting was released from Lincoln Hospital on Sunday. Paul Stroffolino, 31, is pictured in a wheelchair and cops believe Williams shot him

He appeared with a covering over his neck from the ambushed in a patrol vehicle Saturday night. Officers were seen applauding him as he left the building

He appeared with a covering over his neck from the ambushed in a patrol vehicle Saturday night. Officers were seen applauding him as he left the building

Stroffolino is seen smiling at his wife on Sunday after he was free to leave hospital
He's pictured in an image from his social media

Stroffolino is seen smiling at his wife on Sunday after he was free to leave hospital. Right, he's pictured in an image from his social media 

NYPD officer injured in shooting applauded as he leaves hospitalThumbs up: Stroffolino is pictured heading home in car the day after he was ambushed in the Bronx Saturday night shooting

Thumbs up: Stroffolino is pictured heading home in car the day after he was ambushed in the Bronx Saturday night shooting

New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea, left, holds up an evidence picture of a gun used in an officer involved shooting during a news conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio, Sunday. Commissioner Shea claimed the shootings are 'not unrelated' to criminal justice reform protests and said 'everyone should be against this'

New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea, left, holds up an evidence picture of a gun used in an officer involved shooting during a news conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio, Sunday. Commissioner Shea claimed the shootings are 'not unrelated' to criminal justice reform protests and said 'everyone should be against this'

Commissioner Shea appeared to blame criminal justice reform protesters for the recent shootings. Shea recalled hearing foul language used against cops in the protests. But Shea didn¿t offer any evidence that the gunman in this weekend¿s attacks knew of those protests or was influenced by them. A 2014 protest is pictured

Commissioner Shea appeared to blame criminal justice reform protesters for the recent shootings. Shea recalled hearing foul language used against cops in the protests. But Shea didn’t offer any evidence that the gunman in this weekend’s attacks knew of those protests or was influenced by them. A 2014 protest is pictured

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On Sunday, first responders were seen taking the victim out of the station on a stretcher Sunday. The bullet narrowly missed a vital structure in the cop who has spent 15 years on the force. He is expected to make a full recovery. 

'This is not a crime gone bad. This is not a liquor store robbery interrupted that a tragedy erupts from. This is a premeditated assassination attempt,' Commissioner Shea said. 'It is only by the grace of God and the heroic actions of those inside the building that took him into custody that we are not talking about police officers murdered inside a New York City police precinct.' 

Shea appeared to blame criminal justice reform protesters for the recent shootings. 

People took to the streets to denounced the killings of black man Eric Warner complained that he could not breathe before he died while in police custody, and that death of 14-year-old LaQuan Nelson. 

In January protests were held at Grand Central Terminal.

He referenced communities marching through the streets to protest the shooting deaths. Shea recalled hearing foul language used against cops in one of the demonstrations. 

'These things are not unrelated. We had people marching through the streets of New York City recently,' Shea said. 'Words matter. And words affect people’s behavior.'  

In 2017, a gunman killed Officer Miosotis Familia as she sat in her patrol vehicle in the Bronx. In 2014, two officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, were shot dead in their patrol car in Brooklyn by a man upset about recent police killings of unarmed black men. 

Shea said Ramos and Liu’s deaths were 'not something that engenders anything but the worst memories'. 

He said that 'everyone should be speaking against this'. Adding: 'I condemned it then and I condemn it right here today.' 

Emergency vehicles rushed to the 41st precinct and EMS requested a blood bank after the lieutenant was gunned down at the front desk on Sunday morning

Emergency vehicles rushed to the 41st precinct and EMS requested a blood bank after the lieutenant was gunned down at the front desk on Sunday morning

It was blocks away from where two cops were ambushed in a patrol car Saturday night in the first shooting

It was blocks away from where two cops were ambushed in a patrol car Saturday night in the first shooting

President Donald Trump spoke out against the latest incidents of violence against police, blaming New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for the attacks

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he was 'horrified' after the recent attacks
The officer was expected to survive, reports said on Sunday morning. NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson tweeted about the shooting

The officer was expected to survive, reports said on Sunday morning. NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson tweeted about the shooting

Patrick Lynch, PBA president, said: 'These targeted attacks are exactly what we have warned against again and again. The hatred and violence directed at cops continues to grow. Good luck and kind words are not enough to keep police officers or the public safe'

Patrick Lynch, PBA president, said: 'These targeted attacks are exactly what we have warned against again and again. The hatred and violence directed at cops continues to grow. Good luck and kind words are not enough to keep police officers or the public safe'

Shea didn’t offer any evidence that the gunman in this weekend’s attacks knew of those protests or was influenced by them.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who won office partly on a promise to reform overly aggressive policing of minority communities, also suggested that while police had a right to protest, anti-police sentiment had gotten out of hand.

'This was an attempt to assassinate police officers. We need to use that word,' the Democratic mayor said Sunday.

'Anyone who spews hatred at our officers is aiding and abetting this kind of atmosphere, it is not acceptable,' the mayor said. 'You can protest for whatever you believe in but you cannot vilely attack those who are here to protect us.'  

President Donald Trump had earlier spoken out against the latest incidents of violence against police, blaming New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for the attacks.

Trump tweeted: 'I grew up in New York City and, over many years, got to watch how GREAT NYC’s “Finest” are. Now, because of weak leadership at Governor & Mayor, stand away (water thrown at them) regulations, and lack of support, our wonderful NYC police are under assault. Stop this now!'

Cuomo had tweeted to condemn the 'heinous' attacks on those who serve the city. 

'Horrified by the multiple attacks on officers in the Bronx,' New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted. 'NY's law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe. These attacks are heinous. Those responsible will be brought to justice & held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.'

He shared in an official statement that state police would be on hand to help and said the perpetrator will be punished harshly.

'I am horrified by the two attacks on NYPD officers that occurred last night and this morning in the Bronx,' Cuomo stated. 'Members of New York's law enforcement community put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe, and they deserve our respect and appreciation. I have asked the New York State Police to reach out to the NYPD to offer any assistance necessary. 

'We have zero tolerance for attacks of any kind against law enforcement, and the person or people responsible will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.' 

NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson tweeted: 'We have another shooting of a police officer in the Bronx. Prayers for the officer in the latest shooting, who is at Lincoln Hospital w/non-life threatening injuries, the officer who was shot last night, and all those who serve our City. This horrific violence must end.'  

The area was sealed off on Sunday morning after the shooting incident

The area was sealed off on Sunday morning after the shooting incident 

Members of the NYPD's Technical Assistance Response Unit (TARU) stand a short away from a vehicle, believed to have been abandoned by the gunman

Members of the NYPD's Technical Assistance Response Unit (TARU) stand a short away from a vehicle, believed to have been abandoned by the gunman

New York City police officers work the scene of a police involved shooting

New York City police officers work the scene of a police involved shooting

Commissioner Shea recalled hearing foul language used against cops in 2014 protests against police killing black suspects. Shea said 'words matter and effect people¿s behavior' as he linked it to the shootings of NYPD cops this weekend

Commissioner Shea recalled hearing foul language used against cops in 2014 protests against police killing black suspects. Shea said 'words matter and effect people’s behavior' as he linked it to the shootings of NYPD cops this weekend

The commissioner said on Sunday: 'This is a premeditated assassination attempt'

The commissioner said on Sunday: 'This is a premeditated assassination attempt'

New York City police direct foot traffic on the corner of 163rd and Fox Street at the scene of a police involved shooting

New York City police direct foot traffic on the corner of 163rd and Fox Street at the scene of a police involved shooting


Police arrive on the scene after NYPC cop shot in his patrol car

The president of the Police Benevolent Association said the streets needed to be fixed.

'It is a double miracle that we are not preparing for two funerals right now,' Patrick Lynch, PBA president, said in a statement. 'These targeted attacks are exactly what we have warned against again and again. The hatred and violence directed at cops continues to grow. Good luck and kind words are not enough to keep police officers or the public safe.

'Our elected officials need to start listening to us and working with us — not against us — to fix the deteriorating environment on our streets.'

He added outside the hospital on Sunday: 'Start backing our police officers. Our elected officials who stand and nod their heads with us, it’s time you open your mouth and say "This must stop."'

Cops had launched a hunt for a man after on Saturday two uniformed officers were sitting in a locked police van with emergency lights activated when a man approached them. 

Commissioner Dermot Shea said the suspect started a conversation with the officers about 8.30pm on Saturday. 

Police believe the man asked the officers for directions before pulling out a gun 'without provocation,' the commissioner said. 

The New York Post reports that a six-year-veteran cop was grazed on the chin and neck after the suspect fire off multiple rounds into the van without provocation. 

The victim is said to have been sitting in the marked patrol van with a partner when they were approached by a man looking for directions from the passenger side of the vehicle. 

When they rolled down their window, witnesses say both cops noticed the man was holding a gun and attempted to escape by hitting the gas and attempting to drive away, New York Daily News reports.     

The man fired multiple shots, striking the officer behind the wheel in the chin and neck. Shea said the bullets narrowly missed the officer's carotid artery. Neither officer returned fire.

The first officer was shot at 906 Simpson St in the Bronx New York on Saturday, February 8

The first officer was shot at 906 Simpson St in the Bronx New York on Saturday, February 8

NYPD issued a warning to avoid the area as helicopter is called in to search for the suspect

NYPD issued a warning to avoid the area as helicopter is called in to search for the suspect 

An NYPD cop is seen on the scene of the first shooting on Saturday night

An NYPD cop is seen on the scene of the first shooting on Saturday night

The shooting happened near the junction of East 163 and Barretto streets, where the officers were stationed because of recent drug activity and violence, Shea said.

The officer's partner drove him to a hospital nearby, where Shea and Mayor Bill de Blasio held a press conference. Shea said the partners had been friends since middle school.

The officer was held for observation overnight and was discharged Sunday.

'He is lucky to be alive,' Shea said. 'He is expected to make a full recovery and it is a miracle.' 

De Blasio previously echoed Shea's characterization of the shooting, calling it 'an attempt to assassinate police officers.'

'There's just too much hatred out there right now,' De Blasio said.

Shea said the Saturday night shooting 'harkens back to some bad times,' referencing previous assassinations, including the 2017 fatal shooting of police officer Miosotis Familia as she sat in her patrol vehicle in the Bronx.  

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Gunman 'walks into Bronx police precinct and shoots lieutenant' 12 hours after 'he ambushed officer'

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NYC Gunman Runs Into Police Station Starts Shooting Cops!! (Video)

A New York City man walked into a police station in the Bronx, and shot a New York police lieutenant - and it was caught on camera.

Luckily the officer was shot in the arm. But this was the second police-involved shooting in New York's Bronx borough in just 12 hours. 

The incident occurred on Sunday morning, and was captured on camera and in surveillance footage. The suspect can be seen in the video walking into the 41st precinct in the Bronx. He was holding a gun as he approached, and shot the lieutenant at the front desk.

Police inside the station responded quickly - and began firing back at the gunman. In seconds, the male - who was wearing blue jeans, an orange and black jacket and beanie hat - was on the ground.

The suspect may have also shot another police officer. Police believe that the same man shot a cop on Saturday night.

Here are the videos of the shooting:

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Breaking: Bronx: Watch the Suspect entering the @NYPD41Pct, shooting the Lieutenants at the 2nd shooting in the $Longwood

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Comment by mr1stroke on February 10, 2020 at 6:21pm

lol really so if they dont wear that clown uniforms who will drive those police cars, it dont matter what you do we will know, so yes kill more cops, and f*** all who disagree, since you dont matter, i say kill you too

Comment by Kavya goinka on February 10, 2020 at 1:51am

nice 

Comment by mr1stroke on February 10, 2020 at 1:49am
I mean these cops shoot black people everyday and those dummies who agree with the cops always say they are doing their jobs, i celebrate every time a cop is dead or hurt, i feel no remorse, they are less than human to me, i wouldnt help a cop if it was my last good deed on earth
Comment by caribmama on February 10, 2020 at 1:30am

LOL @mr1stroke!!!!!! America loves their guns.....so....

Comment by Will on February 9, 2020 at 10:08pm

Glad this coward couldn't shoot worth a damn, take him away. 

Comment by mr1stroke on February 9, 2020 at 2:41pm
Damn the cop didnt die, thats the only bad news, you can shoot and killa black man from far and you cannot kill a cop upclose, i would kill you too, for being a dumb and weak gin man

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