Last of 4 Wounded NYPD Cops Released From Hospital

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The last of four New York City police officers injured during a shootout with a suspect has been released from the hospital.

Officials say Detective Michael Keenan was released on Tuesday. He had been shot in the upper thigh.

Detective Kenneth Ayala was released Monday. He was shot in the thigh and foot during the incident Sunday. Two other officers were also injured but already released.

The suspect was in critical but stable condition.

Police say Nakwon Foxworth opened fire on the officers in his apartment. They say he previously had pulled a gun on two people who called for help.

They say he fired 12 times and had three loaded illegal weapons.

Police say his girlfriend fled the apartment with their baby son moments before the shooting.


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