Suspect Opens Fire on Officers in Brooklyn, According to the NYPD


On November 10, around 10:15 p.m., a gunshot occurred along West 36th Street and Neptune Avenue in Coney Island.

Two police officers heard multiple gunshots around the block and were contacted by two women who reported a man open shooting. Two 911 calls were made about the same man, and six police officers arrived on the spot.

When authorities arrived at the location, they saw an armed man open fire in the block, and when the officers approached, the suspect began firing at them.

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The officers instantly returned fire, causing the man to tumble to the ground, but this did not stop him from shooting at them. The cops were eventually able to put the guy in handcuffs, and after finding the weapon, they began to offer him medical aid, but the suspect died on the scene.

According to NYPD Chief Jeffery Maddrey, “They exited the vehicle and approached the individual. The male officer instantly began firing at the policemen, who retaliated by firing their firearms.”

The culprit is thought to be 42-year-old Jermaine Hickson, according to the NYPD.

All of the cops that responded are safe.

The NYPD believes the guy was firing rounds into the sky at random.

The investigation is still in progress.

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