Call logs released from the emergency call center of the New York Police Department show how a situation where officers responded to a domestic violence call quickly turned into a death trap which left an officer dead and another seriously injured. It now appears that the people calling in the incident were actually planning to ambush the officers all along.
According to The New York Post, "...the NYPD received a 911 call from Shirley Sourzes, a woman who was having a dispute with her son in a Harlem apartment at 5:09pm." The call log indicates that the son was "...threatening to do things to her."
Three officers showed up at the location of 119 West 135th Street in Harlem. At 6:21pm the log then said "shots fired."
At 6:22pm there were three urgent requests made for an ambulance, or "bus" as the police call it.
It appears that the police, after speaking to Sourzes, made their way to the room in which Lashawn McNeil was located. Without warning, McNeil slammed the door open and opened fire on the officers.
The log goes on to report that further emergency services were requested for the three officers that had been shot at 6.24pm.
Officer Jason Rivera died at the scene. Officer Wilbert Mora was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, where he remains as of the time of this writing.
McNeil also was critically wounded by a shot fired from the third unnamed officer.
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