Police officers shot and killed Rafael Laureano while aiming for another man, officials said.
The unarmed teen was shot and killed by Officer Richard Haste in his Bronx Home in February 2012.
The injured NYPD detective told family and friends he considers himself lucky to be alive, sources said.
Fugitive Charles Mozdir shot at officers who were trying to arrest him near West 4th and Jones streets.
Officers opened fire on two men who were threatening them in Flatbush and East Harlem, police said.
Police used a GPS device to track the suspect to East 96th Street and the FDR Drive, a source said.
A knife-wielding man was shot and killed by police on Hart Street in Bushwick, the NYPD said.
Shawn Rhodes, Anthony Seaberry, Kevin Thompson and another man were fatally shot Thursday, police said.
Graham's family called for a federal investigation after a Bronx grand jury didn't indict a NYPD officer.
Lawyers for Richard Haste said he was told by fellow officers that the teen had a gun.
Cops arrested a man connected to the shooting that wounded officer Jamil Sarwar, Ray Kelly said.
Supreme Court Justice Steven L. Barrett said the grand jury may have received misleading instructions.
City Councilman Charles Barron called for a civil rights probe into the shooting of the 16-year-old.
Franclot Graham said the police shooting of son was similar to the death of Kimani Gray, 16, in Flatbush.
Police shot and killed Kimani Gray, who allegedly raised a gun at police as they approached.
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