Wagswoofs – A shooting incident occurred in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon, reportedly stemming from a potential road rage altercation involving a retired NYPD captain, as stated by law enforcement sources who spoke with NBC New York.
An NYPD spokesperson stated that at approximately 2:15 p.m., police received a report of a male who had been shot in the leg on Coney Island Avenue. The injured man was promptly transported to NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn by emergency personnel. Fortunately, it is expected that he will make a full recovery.
Violent Road Dispute
According to a police spokesperson, the retired captain is currently being questioned as part of an ongoing investigation. It is important to note that no arrests have been made at this time.
The captain, who had been on a disability pension, finally made his return in October after being away for a staggering eighteen years, according to a senior law enforcement official.
The Incident Took Place At The Brighton Beach, Coney Island Avenue
Coney Island Avenue in Brighton Beach has been cordoned off as detectives investigate the cause of the gunfire. Police report that the incident took place at 2:15 p.m.
According to local sources, a retired NYPD cop allegedly shot a man in the leg, and two vehicles on the road, a black Mercedes SUV and a car, appear to be connected to the ongoing inquiry.
Our aim is to gather more information about the events that occurred prior to the shooting. As per the authorities, the individual who was shot was immediately transported to a nearby hospital.