Early this morning in Brooklyn, a driver was being pulled over by an NYPD sergeant when the driver attempted to flee and dragged the sergeant with their car.
According to the police, two officers promptly responded to a dispute on Bedford Avenue and Snyder Avenue at 3:51 a.m. The officers were informed by a witness that a male in a black Hyundai sedan had pointed a firearm at them.
According to the NYPD, the officers made an effort to stop the car, but the driver attempted to flee. During the incident, the sergeant had his firearm drawn and his arm got caught in the windshield, resulting in him being briefly dragged. As a result of the drag, the sergeant unintentionally fired his gun into the ground.
After sustaining a shoulder injury, the sergeant was promptly taken to a nearby medical facility for evaluation.
As of now, the authorities have not made any arrests in relation to the incident.
- Police: Man charged with soliciting minor rape and other sex offences.
- Mississippi police arrest three after car with 1-year-old baby stolen
- Man hit by DeWitt police car found dead on road Identified
- Police Arrest 2 Women for Allegedly Brandishing BB Gun at 2 Men in Newburgh