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August 05, 2013


NEW YORK: A rookie police officer shot and killed a 14-year-old boy on a New York City street early Sunday after he refused to drop his gun and pointed it in the direction of officers, authorities said.

Shaaliver Douse died of a single gunshot to his jaw after the confrontation in the Bronx. Two officers with the New York Police Department were on foot patrol when they heard gunfire at around 3 a.m. local time.

The officers responded to the scene and found the boy with a 9mm handgun firing shots at a fleeing man, authorities said.

Police released two surveillance videos Sunday evening that show a man they've identified as Douse, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans, fire at a group of men standing outside a bodega and then chasing after one of them.

The officers identified themselves as police and ordered him to drop his weapon, authorities said.

When he pointed his gun in the direction of officers, one of the officers shot him, police said. Douse was pronounced dead at the scene.

`It is undetermined at this time whether he fired at the officers,'' NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly said at a news conference Sunday evening, adding Douse may have been aiming his weapon at the unidentified male running in the officers' direction.

The two officers had joined the department in January. Douse had been in trouble with the law before.

He was charged in May with attempted murder after a 15-year-old boy was shot in a Bronx neighborhood where Douse lived.

That shooting took place two miles from where Douse was later shot to death. Douse was also charged with assault, criminal possession of a weapon and menacing in connection to the incident.

The prosecution of Douse was then deferred, said Steven Reed, a spokesman for the Bronx District Attorney's Office.

The office had insufficient evidence to proceed, and the victim was unable to identify his shooter, he said. The case was still open, Reed said.

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NYC police are the best in the world.

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NYC police are the best in the world.

Charged with Attempted Murder. what was he doing walking the streets again.

If there was enough evidence to charge him, then he should have been locked up until the trial.

Judges have a lot to answer to sometimes

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